St. Louis Children’s Hospital Celebrates 4,000th SDR Surgery / Ivy’s Steps

January 30, 2019 admin 0

More than 4,000 children from around the world are able to take strong or first steps thanks to a doctor at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Ivy from Australia has made history by becoming the 4,000th patient at St. Louis Children’s Hospital to receive specialized spine surgery to enable her to start walking, which she wasn’t able to do because of her cerebral palsy. Dr. T.S. Park, a neurosurgeon at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, pioneered the surgery to reduce spasticity and improve mobility in children with cerebral palsy. For some children, it means being able to walk unassisted for the first…


Living St. Louis | October 15, 2018 | Full Episode

October 16, 2018 admin 0

Checking the Health of LaBarque Creek People say Labarque Creek looks good after a badly eroded bend was rebuilt using green techniques, but are the fish happy? Cat Neville goes National St. Louis food journalist Cat Neville talks about the changing food culture in the country and her new national program tasteMakers. Al’s Restaurant, a Meat and Potatoes Tradition Old school dining lives on in Al’s, the restaurant with the short name and a long history.


Personal Experience with God = Evidence for God | Luke – St. Louis, MO | Atheist Experience 22.40

October 9, 2018 admin 7

The Atheist Experience 22.40 October 7, 2018 with Matt Dillahunty and Phil Session. Call the show on Sundays 4:00-6:00pm CDT: 1-512-686-0279 Don’t like commercials? Become a Patron and enjoy ad-free content: We welcome your comments on the open blog thread for this show. ► YouTube comments are at present disabled in our channel, to the displeasure of some. However, each video has a prominent link to the associated open thread that appears on our blog. In the past we’ve tried opening up the channel to comments, but we found that a very high number of episodes wound up being flooded…


St. Louis Gateway Arch Gets A $380 Million Dollar Make Over

July 6, 2018 admin 1

Mother Nature Network reports that a $380 million renovation to the Gateway Arch is at long last completed. The iconic structure has been redesigned to fuse with downtown St. Louis as part of an expansive facelift that’s yielded both a world-class new museum buried at the feet of the arch and upgraded national park status. Previously known as the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, the overhauled grounds have been rechristened Gateway Arch National Park. This video was produced by YT Wochit News using


St. Louis Gateway Arch Museum Opens with Exhibit Featuring Mormon History

July 3, 2018 admin 0

When it comes to Latter-day Saints and Missouri in the 1830s, thoughts often go to the infamous 1838 extermination order issued by Governor Lilburn W. Boggs. A less familiar but more redeeming story, however, is that Latter-day Saints had friends on the other side of the state. St. Louisans defended Latter-day Saints and the city played a key role in their later migration to Utah. This history, along with many others from the westward expansion of the United States, is being told at the renovated Gateway Arch Museum in St. Louis. The museum, located under the iconic arch, has undergone…


Healing America – St. Louis, MO

April 6, 2018 admin 2

The Healing America Tour stopped in St. Louis, MO on Saturday, March 24th. Our tour culminates in Durham, NC on Saturday, April 21st as the launching point for a national grassroots model to address our health care crisis and to demonstrate a new strategy for how communities can solve other serious problems.  Our new journey in Durham will be the focus of a new documentary film Healing America, and our production team will be shooting in Durham for about a year!  We will film this milestone rally for the movie. Join us and be a part of history! Go to to learn more…


Thoughts and Prayers DO Matter: St. Louis de Montfort Academy

April 1, 2018 admin 10

When my grandparents were young… …they never heard of serial school shootings. So what’s causing all the school shootings now? CNN blames guns. But guns existed before… and we already have about 20,000 gun laws in place. The problem is bigger and deeper. The problem is in the hearts of men… because our culture has grown cold to truth, beauty and goodness. The 10 Commandments have been forgotten Plus, dugs… Immoral TV… Disrespect for the Flag… and a general coarsening of society… Broken families… violent and vulgar video games pollute minds… and public schools teach that a boy can be…

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