Did you know our fearless leader is an accomplished television host? That’s right! Sarah has been an anchor for STL LIVE for the past 8 years and is a passionate arts and community advocate. You can catch her regularly both on tv and radio, and still performing on stage as an actress and singer in community productions from time to time. We couldn’t be prouder of this shooting star. Check her out in action below!

Executive Director of Friends of Kids with Cancer

Friends of Kids with Cancer enriches the lives of children who have undergone or are currently going through treatment for cancer. This November 2018, they are holding a fashion show and boutique to honor 26 years of service! Watch as Sarah interviews St. Louis Executive Director, Tim Mickelson, about this powerful organization and their upcoming event.

Pulitzer Arts Foundation

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation is a free art museum located in the heart of Grand Center, on Washington Boulevard in St. Louis, Missouri.  They believe in creating direct experiences with art combined with civic engagement, offering new perspectives with their ever-rotating exhibitions featuring both historic and contemporary art. Tune in as she interviews Jia Lian Yang on why you should make the Pulitzer Arts Foundation part of your next night out!

Women’s Fashion Show for Breast Cancer Awareness

Did you know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Survivor Fashion Week is a runway collective honoring breast cancer survivors. Their inaugural event and fashion show were held earlier this month, but Sarah got a chance to interview coordinator, Lynette Trares, and model/survivor, Tonya Walker right before they hit the runway! Listen up as Sarah gets the inside scoop on 2018 St. Louis Survivor Fashion Week.

Department of Public Health — Restaurant Inspections

Meet Amir Tibbs, one of eight St. Louis City Health Inspectors. Her department is responsible for providing health inspections for every food facility throughout the city, including all restaurants, grocery stores, daycares, schools, senior citizen centers, and more.  Whether you are selling, serving, preparing, or even giving away food you need a stamp of approval from Ms. Tibbs or somebody in her office. Ever wonder how St. Louis businesses are regulated? In this STL Live segment, Sarah gets the inside scoop!