Camille Phillips

News Producer and Weekend Newscaster

Camille Phillips began working for St. Louis Public Radio in July 2013 as the online producer for the talk shows. She grew up in southwest Missouri and has a Master’s degree from the Missouri School of Journalism, University of Missouri-Columbia.

Camille has also worked at public radio stations in Columbia, Mo. and Kansas City, Mo. As an intern for Harvest Public Media her work aired on KCUR, KBIA, NET Nebraska, Kansas Public Radio and Iowa Public Radio.

In her free time, Camille enjoys reading, dance, hiking and canoeing. She was drawn to journalism as a profession by a passion for hearing different perspectives and a desire to provide a platform for conversation.

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Cityscape
11:34 am
Fri March 21, 2014

St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra Presents Grant Riew In Elgar's Cello Concerto

Grant Riew, featured cellist in the March 23, 2014 St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra concert.
(Courtesy St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra)

This Sunday the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra will perform at Powell Hall, conducted by Steven Jarvi and featuring cellist Grant Riew in Elgar’s Cello Concerto. Riew is a junior at John Buroughs School and the winner of the youth orchestra’s 2014 concerto competition. Last year he and Christopher Halen took first place at the Fox Teen Talent Competition as the “Two Mellow Cello Fellows.”

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St. Louis on the Air
11:50 am
Thu March 20, 2014

North Side Redevelopment: A Conversation With Paul And Midge McKee

Paul McKee
(St. Louis Public Radio)

Updated following the show.

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St. Louis on the Air
11:48 am
Wed March 19, 2014

Discussion: Why Do St. Louis Area Kids Miss School? And What Can Be Done About It?

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As part of the St. Louis Public Radio project "Accounted For," chronic student absenteeism was the focus of St. Louis on the Air today. When students miss more than 10 percent of a given year of school, they become chronically absent. Millions of kids across America fall into this category, and it is far too often a predictor of future failure on several levels.

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St. Louis on the Air
12:00 pm
Tue March 18, 2014

Humorist Dave Barry On His Latest Book 'You Can Date Boys When You're 40'

(courtesy Penguin Group)

Updated at 4:00 p.m.

Humorist Dave Barry has been making people laugh for decades. For 20 years, Sunday papers across the country carried his Pulitzer-Prize-winning humor column, syndicated from the Miami Herald.  He’s also the author of a long list of very funny best-selling books.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:56 pm
Mon March 17, 2014

Hundreds Of Children Diagnosed With Lead Poisoning In St. Louis Each Year

An image from "MisLEAD," a documentary film on lead poisoning in America.
Courtesy Lead Safe America

The city of St. Louis has been working to reduce lead poisoning since the health department introduced a lead program in the 1940s. Since that time great strides have been made. But the danger of exposure to lead still exists in the city, and screenings reveal more than a thousand cases of elevated blood lead levels each year.

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Cityscape
6:24 pm
Fri March 14, 2014

Soundbites: Recipe For A Successful Restaurant

Chef/Restaurant Owner Mike Randolph (left) with his chef de cuisine Dale Beauchamp in the kitchen of Little Country Gentleman.
Jonathan Gayman.

In our monthly Soundbites segment in partnership with Sauce Magazine, host Steve Potter spoke with the magazine’s executive editor Ligaya Figueras and local restaurateurs Chris Sommers and Mike Randolph about finding a good recipe for a successful restaurant.

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Cityscape
6:16 pm
Fri March 14, 2014

Short LGBT Play Festival 'Briefs' Returns To Downtown St. Louis

Lola van Ella & Sammy the Tramp in “Lady and the Tramp,” one of the plays performed in the 2013 Briefs Festival.
Courtesy The Vital Voice

The third annual “Briefs” festival featuring short LGBT plays will be held downtown next weekend at La Perla. This year the plays were selected from over 100 submissions, said Joan Lipkin, artistic director of That Uppity Theatre Company, which puts on the festival in partnership with The Vital Voice.

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St. Louis on the Air
7:17 pm
Thu March 13, 2014

New Leader Of USGA From St. Louis; Talks Belly Putters, Arm Chair Officials And Expanding The Game

St. Louis Attorney Tom O'Toole is the new president of the USGA>
Credit Courtesy USGA

For the next two years, the governing body of golf in the United States will be led by St. Louis attorney Tom O’Toole. When he became president of the United States Golf Association (USGA) last month, O’Toole spoke about the need to increase the accessibility and prominence of the sport.

He reiterated that idea today when he discussed the future of golf with  St. Louis on the Air host Don Marsh. Fellow St. Louisans and big-name amateur golfers Ellen Port and Jim Holtgrieve joined the conversation.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:35 pm
Wed March 12, 2014

Are You Ready? What You Need To Know Before March 31 ACA Enrollment Deadline

Nanette Hegamin

The first open enrollment period for insurance under the Affordable Care Act ends March 31, and individuals who don’t have insurance by that deadline could face penalties.

Joining us to discuss enrollment, the deadline, and those penalties were three guests who are experts on what the Affordable Care Act provisions mean for Missourians:

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St. Louis on the Air
8:03 pm
Tue March 11, 2014

Efforts Underway To Enhance National Designation Of Cahokia Mounds

Rising 100 feet above the ground, Monks Mound is the tallest of the 80 or so mounds remaining at the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site in Illinois. Around 900 years ago, it was a carefully maintained earthen pyramid, supporting a large wooden temple.
Véronique LaCapra / St. Louis Public Radio

Cahokia Mounds near Collinsville, contains mounds constructed by an ancient Mississippian people. Recent archeological discoveries made as a result of construction of the Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge have highlighted the people who used to inhabit the area.

A group is now trying to bolster recognition of Cahokia and the rest of the mounds by gaining some type of national designation through the National Park Service.

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