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Meet The Designers

The event, hosted by Sportscaster and St. Louis native, Joe Buck, introduced the final five teams in the Framing a Modern Masterpiece: The City + The Arch + The River competition presented by the CityArchRiver 2015 Foundation.

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SOM, Hargreaves and BIG Team

SOM, Hargreaves and BIG of Chicago.

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The PWP Landscape Team

PWP Landscape Architecture, Foster + Partners and Civitas, of Berkeley, California.

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Constitution Day 2010: Why Judges Matter: Decisions From The Bench

Students join with a panel of judges to learn how decisions are made and discuss judicial interpretation.

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Constitution Day 2010: Why Judges Matter: The Selection Process

how judges are elevated to the bench; election or selection.

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MVVA Team

MVVA Team, led by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, New York

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Behnisch Team

Behnisch Team, led by Behnisch Architekten of Stuttgart, Germany, and Los Angeles.

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All Star Line up of St. Louis Musicians, in Performance and Interview, Live and Uncut

Live and Uncut
Hosted by HEC-TV personalities Sarah Thompson and Paul Schankman, the evening featured an all-star line- up of St. Louis musicians performing a range of American music, interspersed with interviews, video clips and special guests representing the many St. Louis arts organizations participating in the American Arts festival.

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Special Archives Edition of Unreleased Performances from 2010 Season, August 2010

I Love Jazz archives features previously un-aired performances from John Pizzarelli, Dizzy Atmosphere, Two Times True with Carolbeth True and more

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Legend of Jazz, ‘Lady Jazz’ Mae Wheeler, Jay Oliver performs at “Holmes Lounge”, May 2010

Seasons St. Louis with singer “Lady Jazz” Mae Wheeler and Jazz performances at Holmes Lounge on Washington University campus.

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Latin Jazz II, May 2010

Phil Dunlap and Matt Henry continue their exploration of Latin Jazz and Percussion and delve further into the unusual rhythms of Latin music.

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Changing State of St. Louis Radio, Art of the Journey West, and Bronze Chuck Berry, March 2010

This edition of State of the Arts comes from the St. Louis University Museum of Art.

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Vocalist, Pianist, & Composer Ann Hampton Callaway, Clark Terry Tribute w/the “Statesmen of Jazz”, March 2010

Host Don Wolff live performance and interview with Ann Hampton Callaway and premier of new segment Rising Stars of Jazz

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Bring Me A Lion

Visit Webster University’s Hunt Gallery to see exhibit of Indian Art.

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Underground Railroad

Host Alex Fees examines both the written and oral traditions surrounding the history of the Underground Railroad in St, Louis.

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Latin Jazz, March 2010

Phil and Matt explain and demonstrate two of the most important instruments in Latin Jazz, the claveâ and the conga.

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Hamiet Bluiett Imparts His Musical Wisdom to the Community, Voices of Jazz: Denise Thimes & Gene Lynn, January 2010

Jazz vocalists lead off and close this installment of I Love Jazz with Don Wolff. Recorded live at Sheldon Concert Hall with Denise Thimes.

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Rhythm II, January 2010

Rhythm II is a continuation of the previous lesson about rhythm. Phil Dunlap on piano, and his guests Jahmal Nichols on bass, and Marty Morrison on drums, demonstrate how rhythm helps musicians come together to create a band.

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From the Pulitizer: Brundibar, Van Gogh, and Chihuly, December 2009

The first hour long episode of State of the Arts features the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts.

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A Sewer Runs Through It

Join narrator John Goodman for a look at the River Des Peres in south St. Louis. Revisit its history and learn more about preserving it’s future.

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Rhythm, November 2009

Fellow musicians Jahmal Nichols and Marty Morrison join Phil Dunlap to demonstrate how a rhythm section is created with multiple instruments including piano, bass and drums. Learn why the piano is a percussion instrument although it has strings and what pizzicato means. Also see how cymbals, the bass drum and the snare drum are used to create rhythm.

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Woman of Note, Theater of Controversy, Power of Words, and Master of the Fox, October 2009

This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Kranzberg Arts Center in Grand Center.

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“Two Times True”, Curt Landes plays the St. Louis Blues, & “St. Louis Musical Notes”, September 2009

Keyboard and piano artist Carolbeth True and her new group, Two Times True, are featured in this installment of I Love Jazz. Don Wolff interviews importance of Jazz education.

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Groove, September 2009

What makes swing groove different from Latin groove? Find out on this installment of Building Blocks of Jazz. Phil Dunlap, Director of Education for Jazz St. Louis explains how pulse and subdivision equal groove.

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Constitution Day 2009: Students and the Constitution: Who Is An American Citizen?

Guests Rekha Sharma-Crawford, Rick Hardy and Chester Moyer join panel of students, attorneys and federal officials discussing rights of citizens.

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Constitution Day 2009: Students and the Constitution: Issues of Juvenile Justice

Judge Jimmie Edwards and Doug Abrams are guests on panel to discuss juvenile justice system.

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The Best of State of the Arts

A special edition featuring the best of State of the Arts since it premiere in 2007. The stories for this episode were chosen based on viewer feedback.

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Sibling Piano Virtuosos, Outdoor Performance Perils, and Rock and Roll Sound, June 2009

This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Laumeier Sculpture Park.

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Hidden Treasures: Saved From The Holocaust

This documentary tells the story of five families and their efforts to smuggle family heirlooms—hidden treasures—out of Germany and Poland during World War II.

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Bissell House

Visit the home of General Daniel Bissell in what is now the town of Bellefontaine Neighbors in north St. Louis County on this edition of You Are Here.

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Fort Belle Fontaine

Second in a two-part series examining the life of General Daniel Bissell. Journey to Fort Belle Fontaine Park along the banks of the Missouri River in north St. Louis County.

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The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center

This episode in the Global Thinking series looks at The Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and how the local institution is doing research into basic and applied science and making a global impact in the process.

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Monsanto

Discover how Monsanto, a leading agricultural company based in St. Louis, is using technology and collaborating with farmers across the globe to secure the world’s food supply.

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Missouri Botanical Garden

This program shows how the Missouri Botanical Garden plays a crucial role in maintaining a healthy balance within our ecosystem.

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John Pizzarelli Quartet at Jazz at the Bistro, Dizzy Atmosphere, and the Glendale Jazz Festival, November 2009

7 String guitar master John Pizzarelli, son of Bucky Pizzarelli, and his quartet perform Jazz Standards with the University of Missouri – St. Louis Jazz Ensemble

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Special Archives Edition with Unreleased Performances from the 1st Season, & ‘Building Blocks of Jazz’ Makes it’s Premier, March 2009

Show archives, improvisation and new segment on jazz education, The Building Blocks of Jazz with Jazz St. Louis Education Director Phil Dunlap.

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Paul Rusesabagina

Paul Rusesabagina discusses how he saved lives in Rwanda genocide 1994. This interview won 2006 Mid-America Emmy Award

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