VIDEO: The Daily Mix: Shana Watkins Photography

The Daily Mix: Shana Watkins Photography

Love taking photos on your cell phone? Photographer Shana Watkins has tips to really make them pop. So what do you do with all of those great images? She can help you there too!

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VIDEO: Cortex Impact Report

Cortex Impact Report

A press conference discussing the comprehensive study of the Cortex Innovation Community showing the district has become a global model for innovation districts and a major economic driver for the region.

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VIDEO: STL Live- I Define Me 1 of 2

STL Live- I Define Me 1 of 2

STL TV LIVE
TOPIC: I Define Me
HOST: Sherry Farmer
SHOW DATE: Thursday, February 20, 2020

SistaKeeper was founded to inspire, empower and develop the mind, body and spirit of young women into women with a purpose. Established in 2004 by licensed therapist Tracie Berry-McGhee, this movement has grown to inspire and empower women and young girls all over the world. Here to tell us more about this organization and the programs birthed from the movement are founder Tracie Berry-McGhee, and project manager, Yolanda Lankford…

SistaKeeper has a lot of things going on! So make sure you keep up with them by visiting them at idefinememovement.com or call them at 314-831-5433 to receive more information. Stay right there, we have more on the way after this!
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VIDEO: STL Live – I Define Me 2 of 2

STL Live – I Define Me 2 of 2

STL TV LIVE
TOPIC: I Define Me
HOST: Sherry Farmer
SHOW DATE: Thursday, February 20, 2020

SistaKeeper was founded to inspire, empower and develop the mind, body and spirit of young women into women with a purpose. Established in 2004 by licensed therapist Tracie Berry-McGhee, this movement has grown to inspire and empower women and young girls all over the world. Here to tell us more about this organization and the programs birthed from the movement are founder Tracie Berry-McGhee, and project manager, Yolanda Lankford…

SistaKeeper has a lot of things going on! So make sure you keep up with them by visiting them at idefinememovement.com or call them at 314-831-5433 to receive more information. Stay right there, we have more on the way after this!

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VIDEO: STL Live -MetroScapes 2 of 2

STL Live -MetroScapes 2 of 2

STL TV LIVE
TOPIC: MetroScapes
HOST: Sherry Farmer
SHOW DATE: Thursday, February 20, 2020

MetroScapes, a program developed in 2015, under the Arts In Transit organization is a way for residents in the metro east area, whether amateur or professional, to submit artwork to be displayed across the region. The program was created to provide a more aestically pleasing atmosphere to MetroBus shelters and transit centers. In 2019, the competition received record breaking submissions with 471 entries. Among the 10 winners, diverse talent has been selected. Here to tell us more about this program are Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Bi-State Development, Ted Zimmerman and board member for Metro Arts in Transit, Thad Duhigg.

Metro Arts in Transit sponsors the MetroScapes Art contest in an effort to support local artists all while adding beauty and color to area neighborhoods. The next entries will be for Summer 2020 and if you’d like to enter or would like more information make sure you call 314-982-1412 or visit artsintransit.org. We’ll be right back after this!
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VIDEO: STL Live- MetroScapes 1 of 2

STL Live- MetroScapes 1 of 2

STL TV LIVE
TOPIC: MetroScapes
HOST: Sherry Farmer
SHOW DATE: Thursday, February 20, 2020

MetroScapes, a program developed in 2015, under the Arts In Transit organization is a way for residents in the metro east area, whether amateur or professional, to submit artwork to be displayed across the region. The program was created to provide a more aestically pleasing atmosphere to MetroBus shelters and transit centers. In 2019, the competition received record breaking submissions with 471 entries. Among the 10 winners, diverse talent has been selected. Here to tell us more about this program are Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Bi-State Development, Ted Zimmerman and board member for Metro Arts in Transit, Thad Duhigg.

Metro Arts in Transit sponsors the MetroScapes Art contest in an effort to support local artists all while adding beauty and color to area neighborhoods. The next entries will be for Summer 2020 and if you’d like to enter or would like more information make sure you call 314-982-1412 or visit artsintransit.org. We’ll be right back after this!
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VIDEO: STL LIVE- Community Women Against Hardship 2 of 2

STL LIVE- Community Women Against Hardship 2 of 2

STL TV LIVE
TOPIC: Community Women Against Hardship
HOST: Sarah Thompson
SHOW DATE: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Community Women Against Hardship provides personalized programs and services to help families become more self-sufficient. Joining us today is co-founder, Gloria Taylor and one of the vendors participating in the annual walk from Siteman Cancer Center and Washington University School of Medicine, Kia Davis.

Community Women Against Hardship is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to providing personalised programs and services to enable families struggling with poverty to learn self-sufficiency. They offer a variety of developmental classes, workshops and events for both parents and students. The Community Women Against Hardship’s Walk for Life Walk a Thon takes place on May 16; registration begins at 8am. You can choose to participate in a 1, 3 or 5k walk / run which is non-competitive. It all takes place at Tower Grove Park at 4256 Magnolia. You can discover more about Community Women Against Hardship by calling 314 – 289 – 7523 or visiting https://ift.tt/2vJjeDK.

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VIDEO: STL LIVE- Community Women Against Hardship 1 of 2

STL LIVE- Community Women Against Hardship 1 of 2

STL TV LIVE
TOPIC: Community Women Against Hardship
HOST: Sarah Thompson
SHOW DATE: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Community Women Against Hardship provides personalized programs and services to help families become more self-sufficient. Joining us today is co-founder, Gloria Taylor and one of the vendors participating in the annual walk from Siteman Cancer Center and Washington University School of Medicine, Kia Davis.

Community Women Against Hardship is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to providing personalised programs and services to enable families struggling with poverty to learn self-sufficiency. They offer a variety of developmental classes, workshops and events for both parents and students. The Community Women Against Hardship’s Walk for Life Walk a Thon takes place on May 16; registration begins at 8am. You can choose to participate in a 1, 3 or 5k walk / run which is non-competitive. It all takes place at Tower Grove Park at 4256 Magnolia. You can discover more about Community Women Against Hardship by calling 314 – 289 – 7523 or visiting https://ift.tt/2vJjeDK.

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VIDEO: STL LIVE – Wedding Workshops 2 of 2

STL LIVE – Wedding Workshops 2 of 2

STL TV LIVE
TOPIC: Wedding Workshops
HOST: Sarah Thompson
SHOW DATE: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Wedding Workshops & More is a hub for anyone planning a wedding or special event. They offer services that help guide you through the entire planning process. Here today from Wedding Workshops & More are CEO, Angie Williams and Creative Director, Missy Asikainen

Wedding Workshops & More is a hub for anyone planning a wedding or event. They provide a one-of-a-kind alternative to planning with personal guidance before, during and after your special day. Their services include, but are not limited to, event service help, event space, vendor matchmaking and special workshops to help you learn fun, new skills. You can find Wedding Workshops & More on Instagram and Facebook, or you can visit them online at https://ift.tt/2SZ8SaL. You can also call 314-582-6622 for more information.

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