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In Tune is a two-hour weekly broadcast which focuses on issues that impact and connects our community and the greater St. Louis area. We discuss and reflect on issues such as: the arts, crime, education, employment, faith, finance, food, history, housing, humor, and justice. The show is co-hosted by Ellie Wharton and Arnold Stricker.

Latest Episodes

GUIDESTER: Simplify Your Travel

How much time do you take to plan your travel experience? Honestly now! All of the internet searching for restaurants, lodging, and sightseeing - how much time? Guidester is way ahead of you and can plan your trip according to what you tell them. In our interview, Jack Baumann, founder and CEO of Guidester discusses how Guidester gives you the freedom of a guidebook + the knowledge of a tour guide. https://www.guidester.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Guidester/

45 MIN1 w ago
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GUIDESTER: Simplify Your Travel

Must See Destinations: St. Louis Wheel & St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station

Let’s explore two of the newest family-friendly attractions in St. Louis located at St. Louis Union Station. Tami Brown, Executive Director of the St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station describes the one-of-a-kind exhibits featuring more than 13,000 aquatic animals from fresh water and marine environments around the world. Karyn Wilder, General Manager of the St. Louis Wheel reveals some of the background behind this 200-foot-tall giant observation wheel. Oh did we mention the mini-golf, the carousel, mirror maze, ropes course, light and fire shows on the lake, and the new restaurants? Well, listen to the show and find out about these located at St. Louis Union Station! https://www.thestlouiswheel.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stlouiswheel/ https://www.stlouisaquarium.com/ https://www.facebook.com/aquariumstl/ https://www.stlouisunionstation.com/

22 MIN1 w ago
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Must See Destinations: St. Louis Wheel & St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station

Shadow History: Renegade Women in Film and TV and Highlights of the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival

The St. Louis Jewish Book Festival is now in year 41 and Executive Director Amy Bornstein describes the activities and authors who will be participating including Elizabeth Weitzman. In our interview, author Elizabeth Weitzman describes her latest book, Renegade Women in Film & TV. It reveals a history of prominent role of women in film and television that has lived in the shadows for decades. https://jccstl.com/arts-ideas/st-louis-jewish-book-festival/ https://www.facebook.com/stljbf http://elizabethweitzman.com/

45 MINNOV 5
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Shadow History: Renegade Women in Film and TV and Highlights of the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival

Addressing Violence Prevention as a Public & Mental Health Issue

What does violence prevention look like when there is a coordinated system of services aligned with community priorities? Learn what the St. Louis MHB is doing to build relationships with a wide range of organizations in the metropolitan area as together they hope to achieve a focused, researched-based, and comprehensive approach to violence prevention. St. Louis MHB's Serena Muhammad, Director of Strategic Initiatives and Jessica Meyers, Violence Prevention Commission Coordinator provide valuable and insightful encouragement. https://www.stlmhb.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stlmhb/ https://www.stlareavpc.org/ https://www.facebook.com/STLAreaVPC/

48 MINOCT 30
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Addressing Violence Prevention as a Public & Mental Health Issue

Stages St. Louis: Curtain Call for Some of St. Louis' Finest

Actress Zoe Vonder Haar and Associate Producer Andrew Kuhlman of Stages St. Louis give us a rousing look at their lives and what life is like behind the scenes in the theatrical realm. Both are involved in the current Man of La Mancha production. Some special surprises are in store and great fun as well! https://www.stagesstlouis.org/ https://www.facebook.com/stagesstlouis/

47 MINSEP 20
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Stages St. Louis: Curtain Call for Some of St. Louis' Finest

This Isn't Your Grandparents Chamber Music. . . Well Sort Of!

What do you think of when you hear the words Chamber Music? Well it may not be what you think. How about composers? They are not all dead white guys from Italy and Germany! Chamber Project Saint Louis (CPSL) brings a refreshing, vibrant, and innovative listening experience to small ensembles. When you couple that with commissioned pieces for the ensemble by composers like David Werfelmann, the combination is dynamic. This interview is with executive director Dana Hotle and composer David Werfelmann. Season 12 of CPSL is inspired by local geography: the confluence of two mighty rivers. The blending of two sources to create something new inspires a creative mix of music and ideas. http://chamberprojectstl.org/ https://www.facebook.com/chamberprojectstl/ https://www.davidwerfelmann.com/ https://www.facebook.com/DavidWerfelmann

48 MINSEP 12
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This Isn't Your Grandparents Chamber Music. . . Well Sort Of!

Part II: Living a Life of Service-Memorable Moments from White House Years

Life has been an adventure for Jan Burmeister. She continues to have a life full of service to people. . . but how did she go from being a clerk and receptionist at McDonnell Douglas Aircraft in St. Louis to answering the personal mail for the President of the United States? What did she find in the desk of President Ronald Reagan when she was helping transition the oval office to President George H.W. Bush? Find out by listening to Part II of this two part interview.

43 MINAUG 27
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Part II: Living a Life of Service-Memorable Moments from White House Years

Part I: Living a Life of Service-Memorable Moments from White House Years

Life has been an adventure for Jan Burmeister. She continues to have a life full of service to people. . . but how did she go from being a clerk and receptionist at McDonnell Douglas Aircraft in St. Louis to answering the personal mail for the President of the United States? What did she find in the desk of President Ronald Reagan when she was helping transition the oval office to President George H.W. Bush? Find out by listening to Part I of this two part interview.

46 MINAUG 27
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Part I: Living a Life of Service-Memorable Moments from White House Years

Chris Clark on 20 years at CInema St Louis

Chris Clark, artistic director of Cinema St. Louis, has devoted 20 years to the film festival scene in St. Louis. He looks back on how he got involved with the organization and gives reflections on upcoming programs including a night of cinema and cuisine to honor his 20 years! http://www.cinemastlouis.org/ https://www.facebook.com/CinemaStLouis/

45 MINAUG 15
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Chris Clark on 20 years at CInema St Louis

NASA: Reflections on Apollo 11 and Past/Future Space Flights

Dr John Blevins, SLS Program Deputy Chief Engineer at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville Alabama, reflects on the historic Apollo 11 moon mission and where we may be headed in space in the near future and what it will take to get there. https://www.nasa.gov/centers/marshall/home/index.html https://www.nasa.gov/specials/apollo50th/audio.html

22 MINJUL 23
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NASA: Reflections on Apollo 11 and Past/Future Space Flights

Latest Episodes

GUIDESTER: Simplify Your Travel

How much time do you take to plan your travel experience? Honestly now! All of the internet searching for restaurants, lodging, and sightseeing - how much time? Guidester is way ahead of you and can plan your trip according to what you tell them. In our interview, Jack Baumann, founder and CEO of Guidester discusses how Guidester gives you the freedom of a guidebook + the knowledge of a tour guide. https://www.guidester.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Guidester/

45 MIN1 w ago
Comments
GUIDESTER: Simplify Your Travel

Must See Destinations: St. Louis Wheel & St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station

Let’s explore two of the newest family-friendly attractions in St. Louis located at St. Louis Union Station. Tami Brown, Executive Director of the St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station describes the one-of-a-kind exhibits featuring more than 13,000 aquatic animals from fresh water and marine environments around the world. Karyn Wilder, General Manager of the St. Louis Wheel reveals some of the background behind this 200-foot-tall giant observation wheel. Oh did we mention the mini-golf, the carousel, mirror maze, ropes course, light and fire shows on the lake, and the new restaurants? Well, listen to the show and find out about these located at St. Louis Union Station! https://www.thestlouiswheel.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stlouiswheel/ https://www.stlouisaquarium.com/ https://www.facebook.com/aquariumstl/ https://www.stlouisunionstation.com/

22 MIN1 w ago
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Must See Destinations: St. Louis Wheel & St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station

Shadow History: Renegade Women in Film and TV and Highlights of the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival

The St. Louis Jewish Book Festival is now in year 41 and Executive Director Amy Bornstein describes the activities and authors who will be participating including Elizabeth Weitzman. In our interview, author Elizabeth Weitzman describes her latest book, Renegade Women in Film & TV. It reveals a history of prominent role of women in film and television that has lived in the shadows for decades. https://jccstl.com/arts-ideas/st-louis-jewish-book-festival/ https://www.facebook.com/stljbf http://elizabethweitzman.com/

45 MINNOV 5
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Shadow History: Renegade Women in Film and TV and Highlights of the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival

Addressing Violence Prevention as a Public & Mental Health Issue

What does violence prevention look like when there is a coordinated system of services aligned with community priorities? Learn what the St. Louis MHB is doing to build relationships with a wide range of organizations in the metropolitan area as together they hope to achieve a focused, researched-based, and comprehensive approach to violence prevention. St. Louis MHB's Serena Muhammad, Director of Strategic Initiatives and Jessica Meyers, Violence Prevention Commission Coordinator provide valuable and insightful encouragement. https://www.stlmhb.com/ https://www.facebook.com/stlmhb/ https://www.stlareavpc.org/ https://www.facebook.com/STLAreaVPC/

48 MINOCT 30
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Addressing Violence Prevention as a Public & Mental Health Issue

Stages St. Louis: Curtain Call for Some of St. Louis' Finest

Actress Zoe Vonder Haar and Associate Producer Andrew Kuhlman of Stages St. Louis give us a rousing look at their lives and what life is like behind the scenes in the theatrical realm. Both are involved in the current Man of La Mancha production. Some special surprises are in store and great fun as well! https://www.stagesstlouis.org/ https://www.facebook.com/stagesstlouis/

47 MINSEP 20
Comments
Stages St. Louis: Curtain Call for Some of St. Louis' Finest

This Isn't Your Grandparents Chamber Music. . . Well Sort Of!

What do you think of when you hear the words Chamber Music? Well it may not be what you think. How about composers? They are not all dead white guys from Italy and Germany! Chamber Project Saint Louis (CPSL) brings a refreshing, vibrant, and innovative listening experience to small ensembles. When you couple that with commissioned pieces for the ensemble by composers like David Werfelmann, the combination is dynamic. This interview is with executive director Dana Hotle and composer David Werfelmann. Season 12 of CPSL is inspired by local geography: the confluence of two mighty rivers. The blending of two sources to create something new inspires a creative mix of music and ideas. http://chamberprojectstl.org/ https://www.facebook.com/chamberprojectstl/ https://www.davidwerfelmann.com/ https://www.facebook.com/DavidWerfelmann

48 MINSEP 12
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This Isn't Your Grandparents Chamber Music. . . Well Sort Of!

Part II: Living a Life of Service-Memorable Moments from White House Years

Life has been an adventure for Jan Burmeister. She continues to have a life full of service to people. . . but how did she go from being a clerk and receptionist at McDonnell Douglas Aircraft in St. Louis to answering the personal mail for the President of the United States? What did she find in the desk of President Ronald Reagan when she was helping transition the oval office to President George H.W. Bush? Find out by listening to Part II of this two part interview.

43 MINAUG 27
Comments
Part II: Living a Life of Service-Memorable Moments from White House Years

Part I: Living a Life of Service-Memorable Moments from White House Years

Life has been an adventure for Jan Burmeister. She continues to have a life full of service to people. . . but how did she go from being a clerk and receptionist at McDonnell Douglas Aircraft in St. Louis to answering the personal mail for the President of the United States? What did she find in the desk of President Ronald Reagan when she was helping transition the oval office to President George H.W. Bush? Find out by listening to Part I of this two part interview.

46 MINAUG 27
Comments
Part I: Living a Life of Service-Memorable Moments from White House Years

Chris Clark on 20 years at CInema St Louis

Chris Clark, artistic director of Cinema St. Louis, has devoted 20 years to the film festival scene in St. Louis. He looks back on how he got involved with the organization and gives reflections on upcoming programs including a night of cinema and cuisine to honor his 20 years! http://www.cinemastlouis.org/ https://www.facebook.com/CinemaStLouis/

45 MINAUG 15
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Chris Clark on 20 years at CInema St Louis

NASA: Reflections on Apollo 11 and Past/Future Space Flights

Dr John Blevins, SLS Program Deputy Chief Engineer at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville Alabama, reflects on the historic Apollo 11 moon mission and where we may be headed in space in the near future and what it will take to get there. https://www.nasa.gov/centers/marshall/home/index.html https://www.nasa.gov/specials/apollo50th/audio.html

22 MINJUL 23
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NASA: Reflections on Apollo 11 and Past/Future Space Flights
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