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Best of HEC-TV 2012: Impact, Behind the Minds & HEC-TV Live!

Is it really December 31st? It feels like Thanksgiving was just last week. Regardless, I have run out of days in the year and I still have three shows to feature for Best of 2012. So today, as we say farewell to 2012, I am going to share our favorite segments from Impact, Behind the Minds […]

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Best of HEC-TV 2012: State of the Arts

HEC-TV’s Emmy Award winning show State of the Arts (SOTA)  is St. Louis’ only program devoted to the region’s vibrant arts community, taking audiences behind the scenes to meet the artists, writers, and performers who call St. Louis home. Since I have only been at HEC for a few months, I asked the incredibly talented SOTA producer […]

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Best of HEC-TV 2012: I Love Jazz

We continue the Best of HEC-TV 2012 series with an episode of I Love Jazz that hits all the right notes! I Love Jazz is a magazine-style program based on Don Wolff’s popular jazz radio show that showcases his depth of musical knowledge and appreciation of the historical jazz tradition. The I Love Jazz program […]

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Central Library Reopening: “Preserving Traditions While Pushing Boundaries”

Last weekend, I had a wonderful time celebrating the reopening of Central Library with the Young Literati of the St. Louis Public Library Foundation! We met at the Dubliner Sunday morning for a book swap and then walked as a group to join hundreds of others for the library’s much-anticipated public reopening. As we explored […]

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Behind the Scenes: A Writing Workshop with Ridley Pearson

I am so excited to share a behind the scenes look at our most recent HEC-TV Live! shoot. Last week, HEC-TV Live! partnered with best-selling author Ridley Pearson to present a writing workshop to students at St. James the Greater school in Dogtown. What is so special about this workshop is that HEC-TV was able […]

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Education Topics from Hazelwood West Middle School, August 2012

Join hosts Gina Kurre and Jerry Bryan at Hazelwood West Middle School where they'll discuss several education issues affecting our area schools including: the significance of MAP test scores and a unique way some Jennings teachers motivated their students to study hard for them, the prevalence of teachers pursuing and attaining post-secondary education, and the importance of community outreach in bringing unique artistic opportunities to local schools. That, plus meet a couple of incredible Hazelwood West alums; one who just graduated from the middle school and is already a CEO of his own company and another who is proud to teach at her alma mater school district (along with a number of other alum teachers). That plus see if you can guess where our mystery St. Louisan went to high school.

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Education Topics from the Crossroads College Preparatory School, May 2012

Meet the innovators and role models behind some extraordinary success stories from Crossroads College Prep that hit the high notes of a cappella and the lows of heroin addiction.

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Education Topics from Timberland High School, November 2011

Inspiration from extraordinary educators using Shakespeare to understand bullying, music to ease trauma of Maryland Heights tornado, ACT advice, lessons on financial crisis, meet "standout student" Jessica Greer.

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Students Light the World with Art, November 2008

German artists help students light the world with art; Mad Science encourages science learning through innovative program, plus unique interactive opportunity with HEC-TV Live! and much more.

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