St. Louis on the Air creates a unique space where guests and listeners can share ideas and opinions with respect and honesty. Whether exploring issues and challenges confronting our region, discussing the latest innovations in science and technology, taking a closer look at our history or talking with authors, artists and musicians, St. Louis on the Air brings you the stories of St. Louis and the people who live, work and create in our region.
CEO Of Brand-New Greater St. Louis Inc. Has Big Plans For The Region
In January, the St. Louis Regional Chamber, AllianceSTL, Civic Progress, Downtown STL, Inc. and Arch to Park will officially become Greater St. Louis Inc. The new organization's new CEO, Jason Hall, explains how organizers pulled off a rare merger in this fractured town — and the changes he hopes will accompany it.
After Page’s COVID-19 Restrictions, Missouri Lawmakers Take Aim At Local Mandates
Missouri state Sen. Andrew Koenig of West St. Louis County discusses legislation he's introducing to curtail local governments' ability to enact COVID-19 restrictions. This comes amid some GOP outcry over St. Louis County Executive Sam Page's indoor dining curbs.
Kahlil Robert Irving’s ‘At Dusk’ Exhibit Ruminates On Physical, Digital Time
A 2020 Great Rivers Biennial Arts Award recipient, Kahlil Robert Irving joins host Sarah Fenske to delve further into his exhibit theme at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis and his career growth as an artist.
Park Use Soars In St. Louis As Pandemic Drags On
Neighborhood parks and other green spaces and trails continue to be among the liveliest places in the region as the COVID-19 crisis continues. Great Rivers Greenway's Emma Klues and Tower Grove Park's Bill Reininger offer their insights on the increased interest in the outdoors, even as we head into winter, and we hear from listeners as well.
Exploring ‘Iconic Restaurants Of St. Louis’ With Ann Lemons Pollack
Ann Lemons Pollack's new book, “Iconic Restaurants of St. Louis,” tells the story of 41 places that stood the test of time, from long-shuttered standbys to places still going strong after more than a century. The author discusses what she learned, and her own personal journey to becoming an adventurous eater.
Novelist Eric Von Schrader’s Debut Depicts A Parallel St. Louis
St. Louis native Eric von Schrader has penned his first novel. It imagines a St. Louis full of gleaming buildings, international tourists and glowing bricks — yet the city remains grounded in real life with characters living and working in real St. Louis places. This conversation initially aired in September.
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