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Andrew Young

Andrew Young noted noted civil rights leader and former ambassador.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: Battledrum, Drummer Boys and Civil War

Metro Theater Company and historians from the Missouri Historical Society produce play, “Battledrum.”

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A Visit with Author Luis Urrea

Author Luis Alberto Urrea humorously draws audience members into his personal journey to connect with his own history in "The Hummingbird's Daughter" and "Queen of America."

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Howard Markel

interview with New York Times Bestselling author Howard Markel discusses history of and problems with cocaine use

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Jean Kwok

New York Times Best-seller author Jean Kwok shares her personal story with host Brenda Madden

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An Evening with Mario Vargas Llosa

Nobel prize winner Mario Vargas Llosa will receive the Saint Louis University Literary Award. LLosa, a prolific author, was awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is considered one of the most influential Latin American novelists of his time he is also an acclaimed essayist and journalist.

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A Visit with Author Jean Kwok

New York Times Best-seller author Jean Kwok shares her personal story with students at Maryville University.

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Stacy Schiff

Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff discusses her bestselling biography “Cleopatra: A Life.”

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Constitution Day 2011: Powers of the President

Join our panel of Presidential scholars and advisors for a vibrant and insightful discussion on the history and execution of Presidential powers exploring how and why Presidents make decisions, the application of and implications on the Constitution from those decisions, and the far ranging impacts of those decisions. This event will be aired live from the Ulysses S. National Historic Site, where the 18th President lived and met his wife, Julia.

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Constitution Day 2011: Powers of the President

Join our panel of Presidential scholars and advisors for a vibrant and insightful discussion on the history and execution of Presidential powers exploring how and why Presidents make decisions, the application of and implications on the Constitution from those decisions, and the far ranging impacts of those decisions. This event will be aired live from the Ulysses S. National Historic Site, where the 18th President lived and met his wife, Julia.

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A Visit with Author Stacy Schiff

In this addition of Maryville Talks Books, Pulitzer Prize winner Stacy Schiff discusses bestselling biography "Cleopatra: A Life."

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What is HEC-TV Live!

Ever wonder what HEC-TV Live! is? Want to know more? This will give you all of the information you need!

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Daniel Wilson

Daniel Wilson; discusses his New York Times Best Selling book Robopocalypse

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A Visit with Author Daniel Wilson

Daniel Wilson’s brilliantly conceived futuristic novel, Robopocalypse tells a captivating tale of man versus machine that is sure to grip your imagination

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Justin Cronin

Justin Cronin discusses his blockbuster hit and New York Times bestseller, “The Passage.”

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The Passage: A Visit with Author Justin Cronin

Justin Cronin's hit novel The Passage is a breathtaking tale of catastrophe and survival that he discusses in this edition of Maryville Talks Books.

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Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand: A Visit with Author Helen Simonson

Helen Simonson author of Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand visits Maryville Talks Books

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Helen Simonson

Helen Simonson provided lively, humorous commentary about how her novel, Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand.

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George Brady

George Brady discusses his sister Hana Brady whose concentration camp experiences in WWII were in book and play “Hana’s Suitcase.”

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Salman Rushdie

Discussion with Dennis Riggs and Salman Rushdie.

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Ron Himes

Conversation with Ron Himes Producing Director of the Black Rep.

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Ela Weissberger

Holocaust Survivor, Ela Weissberger talk about concentration camps and being in play Brundibar

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Helen Thomas

Interview with author Helen Thomas.

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Seymour Simon

Interview with Seymour Simon renowned children’s non-fiction author.

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The Other Wes Moore: A Visit with Author Wes Moore

Fascinating conversation between Wes Moore, author of The Other Wes Moore and Hazelwood East High School students

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The Civil War: The Impact of Lincoln’s Election – Morning Program

Investigating primary source documents to see how states reacted to Lincoln’s election.

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The Civil War: The Impact of Lincoln’s Election – Afternoon Program

The Impact of Lincoln’s Election
February 10, 2011 1 pm – Investigating primary source documents to see how states reacted to Lincoln’s election.

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A Conversation with Lois Lowry, Author of The Giver

A Conversation with Lois Lowry-Author of The Giver
On Oct. 7, 2010, at 10 am, students interact with Lois Lowry, author of the Newberry Medal winning book and other classic young adult fiction.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver: Producing the Play

Producing the Play the Giver including actors and producers live on stage as they prepare for opening at Edison.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver – Bringing the Characters to Life

Inside the Artist’s Studio
The Giver: Bringing the Characters to Life
December 9, 2010 1 pm – Students will interact with members of the cast of Metro Theater Company’s upcoming stage production of “The Giver.” Excerpts from the play will be performed with discussion of the characters. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver – Bringing the Characters to Life

Inside the Artist’s Studio
The Giver: Bringing the Characters to Life
December 9, 2010 10 am – Students will interact with members of the cast of Metro Theater Company’s upcoming stage production of “The Giver.” Excerpts from the play will be performed with discussion of the characters. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver – Issues and Themes

Inside the Artist’s Studio
The Giver: Issues and Themes
November 16, 2010, 1 pm – Join HEC-TV Live and the team behind the production of the adapted play “The Giver.” We’ll discuss the deep issues and themes of the play and hear from the author who wrote the original novel. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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Inside the Artist’s Studio: The Giver – Issues and Themes

Inside the Artist’s Studio
The Giver: Issues and Themes
November 16, 2010, 10 am – Join HEC-TV Live and the team behind the production of the adapted play “The Giver.” We’ll discuss the deep issues and themes of the play and hear from the author who wrote the original novel. This program was partially funded by the Missouri Arts Council.

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The Giver: Opening Night at the Edison

Opening Night of The Giver and hear from the playwright Eric Coble

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The May Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecture: Lois Lowry

The St. Louis County Library hosts the 35th annual May Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecture, delivered by children’s author Lois Lowry.

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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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Javier Mendoza, Ansel Adams, and William Shakespeare, June 2007

This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center.

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Ridley Pearson, Reality Art, and St. Louis Ballet, March 2007

This edition of State of the Arts comes from the Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center.

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