Gateway Moments: Live from St. Louis

Live in St. Louis

August Jennewein (UMSL)

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Original Air Date: 
June 11, 2017

We’ve all had them—the big, significant, transformations that take your life in a new direction. And even though those gateway moments present new and exciting opportunities, they are almost always by definition uncomfortable.

This hour, in partnership with St. Louis Public Radio, To The Best Of Our Knowledge, explores various examples of crossing over, to racial understanding, to recovery and to greater unity and love.

Historical photo of the St. Louis Arch
Video

Edward McPherson on the legacy of the St. Louis Arch.

Length: 
5:11
Kameel Stanley and Tim Lloyd of "We Live Here"
Audio

Two St. Louis podcasters — Kameel Stanley and Tim Lloyd — take the conversation about race to a national level with "We Live Here." 

Length: 
10:40
Bobby Norfolk
Audio

Master storyteller Bobby Norfolk brings the Negro League’s iconic players to life.

Length: 
5:51
Sam Coster
Video

How a brush with cancer inspired three brothers — Sam, Seth and Adam Coster — to build a bigger game.

Length: 
9:51
Nicole Paris
Audio

Father-daughter beatboxers Nicole Paris and Ed Cage take vocal percussion from the cradle to the stage.

Length: 
5:35
Bob Hansmen
Video

One professor crosses St. Louis’ racial divide.

Length: 
9:46
Syna So Pro
Deep Tracks

Musical guest Syna So Pro explains how her classical music training informs her electronic loops.

Length: 
14:20
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July 03, 2019