Thursday, December 08, 2005

Ernest Trova at Bruno David Gallery, St. Louis


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Running time of video: 4:38

Recent Paintings and Sculpture by Ernest Trova.
At the Bruno David Gallery until January 7, 2006

Located in the heart of Grand Center directly opposite the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts and The Contemporary Museum of St. Louis.

Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Steven L. Teitelbaum M.D. on Stem Cell Research


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Steven L. Teitelbaum M.D., Wilma and Roswell Messing Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, School of Medicine discusses stem cell research.

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Running Time: 10:30

Congressman William Lacy Clay Jr. at Sumner High School


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Congressman William Lacy Clay Jr., from the 1st District in St Louis, talking with Robert Tabscott at Sumner High School. Sumner is the oldest black high school west of the Mississippi River. Clay reflects on the black legacy in the American experience. This video podcast is produced in cooperation with the State of Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Running Time: 9:30

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Dr. Sam Klein on Obesity in America: Windows version



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Running Time 8:00
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Dr. Sam Klein, Director of the Center for Human Nutrition at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, addresses the problem of obesity in the United States. Klein discusses the relationship of nutrition to heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure, arthritis, liver disease other health problems. This is a new edit of an earlier post. Oops, sorry; the Junkie is still experimenting with this in-over-my-head technology.

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Friday, December 02, 2005

Ian McCormack at The Grind Coffee House


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Running time:4:18

Scott Edwards at The Grind


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In this video, Scott Edwards, who teaches at the University of Illinois, Urbana, speaks about human rights, politics and universal health care.
Running time of videocast: 6:25
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Ernest Trova at Bruno David Gallery, St. Louis


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The Opening Reception, November 19th, at the Bruno David Gallery.

Running time: 5:00
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Circus Harmony: Fortissimo


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These kids are awesome performers. Jessica Hentoff says, "We believe having children from different neighborhoods stand on each others shoulders, they all stand taller."
Running time: 5:02
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Chrystal Jenkins talks about Stem Cell Research

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Running time: 5:45
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Chrystal Jenkins, a second year medical student at St. Louis University, talks about universal health care, political involvement into medicine and stem-cell research. This is the windows version of this story.

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Thursday, December 01, 2005


Chrystal Jenkins talks about Stem Cell Research


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Running time: 5:45
Format: Mac version