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Something in the Water: A Saint Louis Rockumentary
KSHE, Head East, Mama’s Pride, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, REO Speedwagon, Pavlov’s Dog and Mississippi River Festival are in this classic rock documentary.
A New Leaf: Reimagining Henry Shaw’s Museum
After more than a century of decline, Henry Shaw’s museum is once again the Missouri Botanical Garden’s gallery, thanks to a multi-million-dollar restoration.
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Meet Me at the Fair: The Saint Louis Art Fair at 25 Years
For its 25th year, HEC Media brings you the story of the fair, the talent behind the tents, and how you can meet the artists, staff, and volunteers who make this fair the #1 art fair in the country.
The Best of Us: 100 Seasons of Muny Magic
HEC presents a tribute to everyone’s favorite theatre under the stars!
Mission to Educate
A very special local documentary of the history and pioneering moments of the Catholic education system in St. Louis.
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St. Louis: Immigration Destination, Then and Now
Journey back, with this exclusive HEC-TV documentary, to the middle of the 19th Century when St. Louis became “The Gateway to the West.” Learn why St. Louis was and continues to be a popular immigration destination.
A Sewer Runs Through It
St. Louis sewers and rivers
Full Circle: St. Louis Recycles
Full Circle, St. Louis Recycles introduces viewers to the basics of recycling, and takes a look at some of the most innovative and resourceful recycling that is taking place in St Louis.
The Pacific Ring Initiative: Local Solutions for National Problems
The Pacific Ring Initiative is ground zero for an important study that may change the way regions approach, learn, plan and prepare for their future.
Kids Rock Cancer
Medicine heals the body; music heals the soul.
Macedonia: Lessons and Legends
A short film on the region, it’s history and the St. Louis connection.
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Wallace Herndon Smith: Artist Without Boundaries
A biographical profile celebrating the life and work of the prolific 20th Century American artist, Wallace Herndon Smith.
To Dance Again: Parkinson’s Meets Tango
Explores how the three-minute love story known as tango improves the lives of Parkinson’s patients, while telling a personal story about living with the disease.
Court documents found in St. Louis tell the inspiring story of courage when slaves from around the area fought for their freedom by challenging their owners in court.
More Than A Banana Skirt
Learn about the life, loves and civil rights causes that impacted Josephine Baker’s life from surviving family members and others who have been touched by this multi-faceted entertainer.
Detox Your Domicile
Host Jean Ponzi investigates how everyday household products can be potentially dangerous to our health and the environment.
Ragtime, Streckfus Steamers, Saxophonist Frank Trumbauer, and Trumpeter Miles Davis are all reasons that St. Louis was instrumental in the development of Jazz.