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.
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producer Anne-Marie Berger profiles the Fathers' Support Center, a program providing men with skills to be responsible... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles architect Charles King, who designed more than 200 homes and commercial buildings in Illinois,... Continue →
Producer Kara Vaninger producer Kara Vaninger looks at current efforts to renovate the once popular Goldenrod Showboat. ... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell visits three exhibits related to the Ferguson Police shooting of Michael Brown and/or African-American art:... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell profiles Vietnam veteran Jay Harden of O’Fallon, Missouri. Harden is an award-winning writer and photographer... Continue →
Producer Kara Vaninger profiles the Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center's (LNAC) partnership with the St. Louis Symphony to offer... Continue →
A montage of images by photographer Eric Greitens featured on Living St. Louis.
A montage of images by photographer Mary McGillycuddy featured on Living St. Louis.