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High Road to Linton

High Road to Linton, a reel performed by Peat, Fire, Flame.

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Jim Crow to Barack Obama

An inter-generational conversation between African Americans from today’s generation and their elders who were forced to grew up during the Jim Crow era.

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A Beatle in Benton

Benton, Illinois commemorates a visitor from 50 years ago–before George was fab.

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Fort Smith

‘Fort Smith,’ a reel performed in Missouri Ozark style by H.K. Silvey and Gordon McCann.

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Up And Over!!! And Over – And Over Again!

The official Missouri state animal does what can’t be done! They’re high on jumping mules in Altenburg…

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The White Cockade

White Cockade performed by Peat, Fire, Flame

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Hair Raising!!!!!!

This club lets you in–but just by the hair on your chinny-chin-chin….and lip.

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Community & Culture

Explore! Life of an Explorer

Why explore? Students will get a chance to answer that question for themselves and listen to the answers of others as they meet a mountain climber and go back in time to the world of Daniel Boone.

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Marilyn Maye & Billy Stritch Along With Cabaret Jazz, September 2013

This episode of I Love Jazz features the marvelous Marilyn Maye and the incomparable Billy Stritch. Taped live at the Sheldon Concert Hall this episode puts the spotlight on Cabaret Jazz and our Jazz Gem features Rebecca Kilgore. Edith Piaf, Eartha Kitt, John Pizzarelli and Ann Hampton Callaway are also discussed.

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Neil Gow’s Lament

Brian McNeill performs Planxty Charles Coote, a slow strathspey. This set also includes Planxty Toby Peyton and Fanny Power.

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2012 University City Jazz Festival

The 2012 University City Jazz Festival brought together an eclectic variety of musicians for St. Louis jazz enthusiasts to hear in Heman Park at no cost, while enjoying a culturally diverse selection of foods.

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Gypson Davy

Gypson Davy performed by Judy Stein in an Ozark style from the 1920’s.

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Little Boy Working on the Road

“Little Boy Working on the Road,” a tune performed by William and Becky Ray in an old-time Kentucky style (standard tuning).

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Still Rockin’ On The Rock Road

The cool kids are still cruisin’ in for Cruisin’ Night at Chuck-A-Burger…they’re just OLDER cool kids…

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Reviews of South Pacific, LaBute Festival, 1776, and others: July 11, 2013

Reviews of South Pacific, LaBute New Theater Festival Part I, Soy Yo! An Afro-Latina Suite, Nunsense Muny Style!, Murphy’s Law, and 1776.

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Concrete Canvas

Once again, Paint Louis creates the biggest, longest public art anywhere…a flood (wall) of images and color.

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Constitution Day 2013: The Ongoing Impact of Gideon v. Wainwright

Constitution Day 2013: The Ongoing Impact of Gideon v. Wainwright. was live from the Thomas F. Eagleton Federal Courthouse in St. Louis. Students interacted with our panel of judges, prosecutors, and public defenders for a vibrant and insightful discussion on the constitutional, legal, political and practical implications of the landmark 1963 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Gideon v. Wainwright.

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Simply Messing About in Boats

The Admiral’s fleet sets sail across–and under–the water in North St. Louis County.

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Liquid Roads Performed By MADCO, June 2014

Liquid Roads features live swing, jazz and R&B music. Meet MADCO’s Stacy West, creator/choreographer Gina Patterson, music director Brian Casserly.

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Marlena Shaw, June 2013

This installment of I Love Jazz from Shock City Studios in St. Louis, features Marlena Shaw, whose 50 plus career as a vocalist has included singing with The Count Basie’s Band, touring with Sammy Davis, Jr., and a long and successful solo career. On Building Blocks of Jazz, Phil Dunlap and his guest Peter Martin explore the art of piano jazz improvisation. Our “”Jazz Gem”” clip showcases the late & great pianist Ross Tompkins working in studio. And watch as some East St. Louis High School students get a lesson of a lifetime – playing along with Wynton Marsalis and his Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra..

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Fish Story

Paul’s Bait and Tackle should be a fish out of water. But it gets along swimmingly just where it is.

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Marshall the Miracle Dog

Ladue View focuses on a student poll on school morality. You will meet Marshall, a dog who is changing lives and heading to Hollywood. The District will open a new 5th Grade Center next year. Alumni Spotlight features Kendall Davidson, with “The Freshmen Project.”

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The World On A String

Though at MOYO yo-yo, strings aren’t always attached.  With our without, it’s pretty darn amazing.

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Something in the Water Trailer

In the late 60′s and early 70′s, in the midst of the hippie and youth subculture, a unique set of circumstances electrified progressive rock in St. Louis.

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Student Documentary Films

This month, we bring you four recently produced student documentary films, from two of our current student leaders, and one of an LHS-TV Hall of Fame member.

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South Broadway Broughaha!!

In which we grapple with the idea of grappling itself.

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Jazz Piano Styles, April 2013

Host Phil Dunlap introduces viewers to various styles of jazz piano, and discusses how they developed over time. Phil demonstrates Ragtime, Stride, Boogie Woogie and modern day influences.

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New Media, Old Stories

Reporter Aaron Mermelstein uses new media to tell the stories behind St. Louis’ recognizable places, things and people.

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BusinessCommunity & Culture

World Flora Online

The Missouri Botanical Garden is advancing science worldwide by developing the first-ever online catalog of every known plant in the world, World Flora Online.

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999,999,999,999,999 Luftballoons

Twisters hit St. Louis! Cut massive swath of creativity though local hotel!!!

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The Possible Lasting Effects of Societal Tragedies on Future Leaders

Ladue View looks into how the Sandy Hook tragedy might effect future leaders, the annual Filmfest, a contest, student achievement and alumni filmmakers.

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Special Archives Edition of Unreleased Performances from 2012 Season, February 2013

Archives program with never seen performances by Bach to the Future, Jim Manley, Reggie and Mardra Thomas, Don and Alicia Cunningham, and Rick Haydon.

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History in the First Person-Stories of the Civil Rights Movement – Morning Program

Host Tim Gore speaks with Sr. Antona Ebo about her experiences marching in Selma, searching for a nursing school that would accept her, and other aspects of her life.

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History in the First Person-Stories of the Civil Rights Movement – Afternoon Program

Join Live! host Tim Gore and schools from across the nation, as he interviews local civil rights champions.

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The Show Before the Show

A very old movie tradition is still alive and well in St. Louis…and it’s all in Gerry Marian’s hands.

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Reviews of Sense and Sensibility, Mountaintop, Speed the Plow, and others: February 21, 2013

Reviews of new plays opening in the St. Louis area, including Sense and Sensibility, The Mountaintop, Speed-The-Plow, Psycho Beach Party and others.

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Reviews of Mrs. Sorken and Priscilla Queen of the Desert and interview of Nancy Bell: February 7, 2013

Reviews of Mrs. Sorkin and The Duck Variations, Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical, Splendor In The Grass, Interview with author Nancy Bell, Calendar

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History in the First Person-Lessons from the Holocaust – Morning Program

Hear directly from Holocaust survivors. Learn how the lived before the war, what happened to them and their families, and what it was like to face the danger.

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History in the First Person-Lessons from the Holocaust – Afternoon Program

Interact with Holocaust survivors from WWII, learn what it as like to have friends turn on you, family die, live in concentration camps, and hide.

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