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
Producer Kara Vaninger profiles the McPike Mansion, a historic house in Alton, IL, that was in danger of... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell visits with the co-founder of the Mathews-Dickey Boys & Girls Club as he approaches his... Continue →
Producer Patrick Murphy profiles St. Louis artist Tony Carosella, who combines photography with a drone to come up... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell goes to the nearly-completed Harold and Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz on the day of... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell gets a tour of the 2014 Ladue Show House, which benefits Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical... Continue →
Producer Kara Vaninger profiles The Dark Room, a new wine bar and photo gallery in Grand Center featuring... Continue →
Producer Ruth Ezell goes to the Cortex innovation community in Midtown and the new St. Louis offices of... Continue →