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Saint Louis In Tune

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Welcome to St Louis In Tune, where we size up current and historic events involving people, places, and things in areas such as the arts, crime, education, employment, faith, finance, food, history, housing, humor, justice, and sports. The interviews on our weekly podcast get down to brass tacks. We originate from and connect the Gateway City to our country's current cultural fabric and lives. The show is co-hosted by Arnold Stricker and Mark Langston.
 
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“Samarpan” is an artistic rendition of the Indian freedom struggle against British colonial rule. This dance drama has been conceptualized, written, and directed by American-based artist - Mr. Prasanna Kasthuri, the Artistic Director of Soorya Performing Arts in St. Louis. The World Premiere of Samarpan is on Saturday, August 13th, 2022, at Blanche…
 
The 7th Annual Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis has multiple events planned highlighed by this season's performance of The Rose Tattoo, a not to be missed production of Williams' romantic comedy, seen through the lens of an Italian one-ring circus! The season hosts more about Tennesse Williams and Italy including panel discussions, a film, sho…
 
Immortalized by the writing of its most famous resident, Sam Clemens aka Mark Twain, Hannibal is known around the world as much for its history as for the characters it birthed. Enjoy a guided walk through that history in America’s Hometown. You might take the opportunity to trace the paths of the childhood adventures that Mark Twain shared through…
 
Rivermont Records, a Virginia-based label that specializes in early jazz and ragtime, is proud to announce the premiere release of One Step to Chicago, a 14-track album that features an all-star lineup of jazz music legends. Recorded in 1992 and then laid aside until now, the album is the product of legendary producer George Avakian. Avakian brough…
 
"A New Home" is an informative documentary that tells the story of the Bosnian refugees who fled to St. Louis in the early ’90s. It examines their impact on our community and offers a retrospective overview of the war and resulting genocide. The St. Louis area is home to more displaced Bosnians than any other city in the world — perhaps more than 7…
 
"Night Life" is an inspiring documentary that tells the story of the Rev. Kenneth McKoy, known to St. Louis as the “Pastor of the Streets.” The Night Life Ministry, whose participants walk the streets of North St. Louis at night, fights an epidemic of mental illness and drug addiction, actively interrupting gun violence with McKoy’s motto: “Our lov…
 
In the inaugural episode of The District, we sit down with Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kelvin R. Adams and Board of Education President Matt Davis to discuss everything Proposition S. Prop S is a $160 million dollar, no tax rate increase bond issue that will be up for vote on the August 2nd ballot in the City of St. Louis. If passed, bond issue f…
 
Lakesha Glover describes her role as part of the cast of Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea which runs at the Black Rep from July 6-23 at Edison Theatre on the campus of Washington University. Lakesha also gives some background on her career as an actor, producer, and her show Rosebud by her production company, Tootsie Productions. This is Season 5! For …
 
Not far from where Dred and Harriet Scott submitted the freedom suit which ultimately became a historic Supreme Court case, stands a new memorial commemorating all freedom suits filed by slaves in St. Louis between 1812 and 1865. Freedom's Home, the name given to the sculpture by the artist Preston Jackson, is the hard work of many specifically The…
 
What do Phyllis Diller, Charlotte Peters, Martha Mason, Harry Carey, Tennessee Williams, and Ulysses S. Grant have in common? Amazing Webster Groves! Award-winning author, journalist, former editor of the Webster-Kirkwood Times, St. Louis Media Hall of Fame Member, and Professor Emeritus at Webster University Don Corrigan highlights the who, what, …
 
The media industry is no exception when it comes to desiring a skilled and diverse workforce yet like numerous other companies, finding content creators, filmmakers, and crew members of different backgrounds, ethnicities, races, ages, identities, and neurodivergence can be quite challenging. To help meet this demand, Continuity, a St. Louis based n…
 
Celebrate Juneteenth in the Delmar Loop with art, music, and food. The event will open with a Drum Call by Baba Kunma. Performances include African Mascarade-Mask to Stilts, African Dance by Spirit Angel of African Dance, and Red Black & Brass Band. DJ KP will be the dj for the event. Look for live art including a community mural painting and activ…
 
Kathy Lawton Brown describes the upcoming event Classical Cocktails and the importance of classical music in our region. Get your tickets now to this exciting event! Join Classic 107.3 for a few hours of pure bliss. Crafted cocktails with Switchgrass Spirits bourbon and rye, gorgeous chamber music from the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis, conver…
 
Representatives Sarah Unsicker (91st District) and Jo Doll (83rd District) discuss the conclusion of the recent 2022 session of the Missouri House of Representatives. They give some insights into being a representative and some of the bills that did/did not make it through the legislature. This is Season 5! For more episodes, go to stlintune.com…
 
After seeing the flight of an aircraft at an early age, Chauncey Spencer never looked back. He helped bring about the formation of the pilot group that would become the Tuskegee Airmen. In 1939, his father and another pilot, Dale White, were part of a pilot training program in Chicago. At that time, black pilots were denied the opportunity to fly f…
 
Since 1976, the Black Rep in St. Louis has been and continues to be the Theatre of the Soul. August Wilson's Jitney is one of the plays this season and Kevin Brown who plays the role of Becker discussed Jitney, his role, and the importance of theatre in his life. [00:26] Background The Black Rep Jitney Kevin Brown [01:28] Pittsburgh Hill District W…
 
There is an incredibly serious divide in St. Louis City and County between those who have digital access and the technical knowledge to use it — and those who do not. And, while the digital divide is not new, the global pandemic only widened this existing divide and intensified its impact. Dave Liepholtz, Executive Director of the Center for Civic …
 
Angela Zeng remembers her first encounter with a donut. Although she developed a taste for them, she remembered THE ROOT OF GOOD HEALTH is plant-based. It is simple, natural, and nutritious which is how she has developed Karviva's great-tasting functional juices and smoothies using whole plant ingredients. Karviva beverages are formulated from a be…
 
Join the St. Louis Christmas Carols Association to sing the national anthem or just come cheer on the St. Louis Cardinals vs. the Dodgers at their "Christmas in July" themed game on July 14! Elizabeth Hogan, Executive Director discusses how you can be involved. For the last 111 years, the St. Louis Christmas Carols Association has been caroling to …
 
Letisha Wexstten was born without arms and with one leg shorter than the other. She learned how to do everything with her feet and had to overcome the challenges of ableism (discrimination in favor of able-bodied people) and those who said she wouldn't be able to live a normal life. Having struggled herself in the job market, she set out to create …
 
Nearly half of households in St. Louis City and County are impacted by at least one aspect of the digital divide. The St. Louis Digital Divide is best understood by examining and addressing five key components any of which can prevent an individual or family from adequate connectivity. The components are 1) coverage; 2) quality; 3) service affordab…
 
In this episode, we discuss an update with Valery Dzutsati, Ph.D., visiting assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Kansas. His research interests span civil and interstate conflict, democratization, collective action, religion and politics, and methods with an empirical focus on Eurasia and Eastern Europe. H…
 
Amy and Amrit Gill from Restoration St. Louis discuss their recently completed project at the Seven Gables Inn in Clayton, Missouri. [00:28] Background [02:00] Seven Gables Inn Style Historic Landmark Architect Restaurant (HIdden Trivia Alert!) [05:16] Restoration St. Louis The Grove Use of Original Art including Local Artist Fern Taylor at Seven G…
 
John Sweeney (aka Jiggly Boy) is a keynote speaker and has captured the imagination of some of the most respected companies in the world. This isn't because: he owned the nation’s oldest comedy theatre; nor a quote from his first book appeared on millions of Starbucks coffee cups; nor he danced shirtless on national television earning him “Fan of t…
 
Jonas Salk: A Life is a captivating biography of the virologist and researcher who was thrust into the limelight and shunned by the scientific community. Charlotte Jacobs does a magnificent job in describing his brilliance, how he pushed himself in research, and the impact it all had on his family and the rest of his life. Why is his work still imp…
 
The Gateway Outdoor Expo is back on April 1 and 2! This FREE event will showcase new outdoor gear, services, and resources. There will be interactive demos and experiential attractions in a festive and family-friendly environment. The Gateway Outdoor Expo will be held at America’s Center with over 200 exhibit booths and 10,000 attendees expected. A…
 
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