Saint Louis native Sister Madonna Buder's story is so incredible that if she weren't a nun, you probably wouldn't believe it. She started racing in her late forties, and since that time has finished more than 350 triathlons (many of them Iron Man races). She continues to compete today at 81 years old. This nun's accomplishments, documented in her memoir The Grace to Race, are inspiring, to say the least.
Meet Lisa Melandri, the new director of the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis in this candid conversation with HEC-TV Executive Director Dennis Riggs.
Erin Bode talks about her music, family and love for St. Louis. Some call her a princess of jazz, others say her music is evolving and moving into other genres.
Alexander McCall Smith author of popular book series "The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency," has sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.
Dr Jeffrey Bonner shares stories about endangered species and running St. Louis Zoo.
New York Times Bestselling author, Lisa See talks about her historical novels.
Saint Louis native Sister Madonna Buder's runs triathlons at age 61.
In this conversation with author Luis Alberto Urrea about his two novels "The Hummingbird's Daughter" and "Queen of America" based on life of Teresita Urrea.
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|