on Nine PBS Mondays at 7:00 p.m.
Bursting with energy and vitality, Living St. Louis debuted January 5, 2004. It is designed to highlight the diverse people, places and cultures that make metropolitan St. Louis an interesting and thriving area. The series is broadcast on Nine PBS Mondays at 7:00 p.m.
Each 30-minute Living St. Louis episode consists of four to five stories representing a wide range of topics from different areas in the region. Segments in one episode, for example, may originate from St. Charles, downtown St. Louis and Belleville, and draw from subjects such as the arts; regional history; neighborhoods; local innovations in medicine, business and technology; people making a difference; non-profit institutions and education.
Vice President of Production
May 19, 1944: 19 year old waist gunner Clarence Cherry and the rest of his B-17 crew were... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell explains the financial problems facing the non-profit organization Chesterfield Arts.
producer Anne-Marie Berger profiles the 3rd grade Zaner-Bloser national handwriting champion from Kirk Day School in St.... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell gets a tour of the gutted space at 3540 Washington Ave. in Grand Center that... Continue →
Once Film's "The Sign Painter" video from it's St. Louis Spotlight Series is featured.
Once Film's "Bob the Baker" video from it's St. Louis Spotlight Series is featured.
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles a community choir organized by Opera Theatre of Saint Louis that performed in Kiener... Continue →