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  • October 24, 2014
History & Heritage

Living St. Louis | Memphis Belle

Living St. Louis | Memphis Belle
Living St. Louis
May 19, 1944: 19 year old waist gunner Clarence Cherry and the rest of his B-17 crew were shot down by enemy aircraft. They spent 26 hours on... Continue →

Living St. Louis | Commerce on the River

Living St. Louis | Commerce on the River
Living St. Louis
Producer Jim Kirchherr takes a look back at one of the more unusual ideas for doing business on the levee: turning the Mississippi River into an airport runway.... Continue →

Living St. Louis | Homefront Exhibit

Living St. Louis | Homefront Exhibit
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles the Jefferson Barracks' Old Ordinance Room Museum. Curator Daniel Gonzales shows viewers highlights from an exhibit titled "The Homefront: V-mail — E-mail." Through photographs... Continue →

Heartland

Heartland
This Nine Network special produced by Patrick Murphy explores the beauty and the bounty of Missouri River country and why it is such an important natural resource.  

Sun Theatre Opening

Sun Theatre Opening
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles the opening night of the Sun Theatre in St. Louis’ Grand Center arts district. The Sun Theatre reopened with a production by students and... Continue →

Genealogy Roadshow in St. Louis!

Genealogy Roadshow in St. Louis!
Ever wanted a genealogist to look into your family tree? Now is your chance: get help from the team at GENEALOGY ROADSHOW! Season 2 is coming to St. Louis on... Continue →

The Y Circus

The Y Circus
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell examines the legacy of St. Louis civic leader Rev. James E. Cook: the late pastor of Antioch Baptist Church and Executive Secretary of the Pine... Continue →

Sun Theatre History

Sun Theatre History
Living St. Louis
Producer Kara Vaninger looks back at its first century of history as the renovation of the old Sun Theatre comes to a close.

Stay Tuned | STL 250

Stay Tuned | STL 250
This episode of Stay Tuned, with guest host Jim Kirchherr, discussed the 250th birthday of St. Louis and civic pride.

Chouteau’s Journal: In His Own Words

Chouteau's Journal: In His Own Words
We continue our celebration of the 250th anniversary of St. Louis with a special by producer Jim Kirchherr in which he examines Auguste Chouteau’s 14-page, handwritten account of our city’s... Continue →

St. Nicholas Reunion

St. Nicholas Reunion
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell examines the history of St. Nicholas Catholic Church in St. Louis and its role as an anchor for the Carr Square Village neighborhood.

UMSL Beyond the Buildings

UMSL Beyond the Buildings
Nine Network of Public Media offers digital story telling training to individuals and organizations to help them tell and share their stories of impact. On December 3, 2013 Nine Academy... Continue →

Black Veterans Family Photos

Black Veterans Family Photos
Living St. Louis
Producer Ruth Ezell visits with relatives of African-American World War I and II veterans whose pictures were loaned for an exhibit at Christ Church Cathedral in Saint Louis.... Continue →

Wainwright Tomb

Wainwright Tomb
Living St. Louis
Producer Jim Kirchherr profiles Ellis Wainwright and the Wainwright Tomb

Glen Echo Country Club 1904 Summer Olympic Games

Glen Echo Country Club 1904 Summer Olympic Games
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Ruth Ezell profiles Glen Echo Country Club in Normandy, Missouri. It is the only golf club in the country where Olympic competition has taken... Continue →

Titanic

Titanic
Living St. Louis
Living St. Louis producer Patrick Murphy profiles the Fox Theatre's staged re-creation of the last meal served to First Class passengers on the Titanic, on the 100th anniversary... Continue →

In Honor of Harry Keough

In Honor of Harry Keough
Living St. Louis
Harry Keough, a St. Louis postman, soccer player and coach, died Tuesday of natural causes at the age of 84. Keogh was featured in the Nine Network's documentary... Continue →

Department Stores

Department Stores
Living St. Louis
Some of the prominent historical figures who have given generations of St. Louisans their favorite Christmas memories were Jewish. These are the stories of department stores where kids... Continue →

Katy Land Trust

Katy Land Trust
Living St. Louis
Patrick Murphy tells the story on Katy land Trust. The Trust encourages landowners along the Katy Trail to commit that their property not be developed by them or... Continue →

Ladue Found

Ladue Found
Living St. Louis
Patrick Murphy discovers the history of the Ladue neighborhood with an interview with Charlene Bry, author of Ladue Found, a history of the last 150 years of the... Continue →

Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams
Living St. Louis
He is one of the most famous people to have ever lived in St. Louis. For over twenty years he walked its streets, shopped its shops and sat... Continue →

Holocaust Museum

Holocaust Museum
Living St. Louis
Ruth Ezell visits The Holocaust Museum and Learning Center in St. Louis with a group of students from Villa Duchesne Catholic High School. The students tour the museum... Continue →

Glass Plate Photography

Glass Plate Photography
Living St. Louis
Producer Anne-Marie Berger meets with Thomas Kempland. Saint Louis has a vast history of photography. Master photographer J.R. Eike took photographs of historic landmarks, parks, disasters, and events... Continue →

Tornado

Tornado
Living St. Louis
Jim Kirchherr takes a look back at three devastating tornados that tore through the city of St. Louis over the past century. In February 1959, a twister destroyed... Continue →

Brick by Brick

Brick by Brick
Living St. Louis
Producer Anne-Marie Berger looks back at a time when St. Louis was known as the "Brick City." Recently, the Saint Louis University Museum of Art hosted the exhibit,... Continue →

Discovery Exhibition

Discovery Exhibition
Living St. Louis
Producer Anne-Marie Berger discovers the story behind the reenactment of the Lewis and Clark exhibition. The Discovery exhibition out of St. Charles was chosen as the official reenactor... Continue →

Lewis and Clark Re-enactment

Lewis and Clark Re-enactment
Living St. Louis
Producer Jim Kirchherr is there as the Lewis and Clark re-enactment returns from their two year expedition that retraced the steps of the Corps of Discovery. In their... Continue →

Peter Raven

Peter Raven
Living St. Louis
Patrick Murphy meets the president of the Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter Raven. He is responsible for expanding the garden's conservation programs and creating research institutions around the world.... Continue →

Challenger 3985

Challenger 3985
Living St. Louis
Anne-Marie Berger is there when a rare steam locomotive rolls through St. Louis on its way to the Super Bowl. Challenger 3985 is the world's largest operating steam... Continue →
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