Camille Phillips

Online Producer, Talk Shows

Camille Phillips is online producer for St. Louis on the Air and Cityscape. She grew up in southwest Missouri and has a Master’s degree from the Missouri School of Journalism, University of Missouri-Columbia.

Camille began her career in public radio as a student reporter for KBIA-FM in Columbia, Mo., where she produced feature stories and the weekly radio show Global Journalist. Prior to joining St. Louis Public Radio, Camille was an intern for Harvest Public Media. Her work has 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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St. Louis on the Air
5:10 pm
Wed December 18, 2013

Illinois Representative Bill Enyart Discusses Budget Deal, Farm Bill, Scott AFB, More

Represenative Bill Enyart
(WikepediaCommons)

In the wake of the U.S. House vote on the federal budget, and looking ahead to the delayed vote for the Farm Bill and the future defense budget, Illinois Congressman Bill Enyart (D - Belleville) spoke with St. Louis on the Air host Don Marsh yesterday by phone.

Here's what he had to say on a few subjects.

On his vote for the 2014 budget proposal, which passed in the House December 12.

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St. Louis on the Air
5:54 pm
Tue December 17, 2013

From Candy Cane Lane To Cahokia Mounds: Winter Around St. Louis

Candy Cane Lane
Mark S. Abeln

Whether it’s sledding on Art Hill, ice skating at Steinberg Skating Rink, drinking whiskey or hibernating with cats (all responses we received on our Facebook page), St. Louisans have a variety of ways to keep warm and have fun in the winter.

What's your favorite wintertime activity in the St. Louis area? Submit your answer on our Facebook page.

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St. Louis on the Air
3:58 pm
Mon December 16, 2013

Legal Roundtable: Intersections Of Religion, Law And Health Care

(via Flickr/James Cridland)

Do corporations have the same religious rights as individuals? If so, what size of corporation can be considered and what sort of sincerity threshold should they meet? And what about the potential conflict with an individual's right to health care?

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Cityscape
5:27 pm
Fri December 13, 2013

Bach Society Christmas Concert Continues 62 Year Tradition

(Courtesy Bach Society of Saint Louis)

Continuing a sixty-two year tradition, the Bach Society of Saint Louis will perform its annual Christmas Candlelight Concert Tuesday, December 17, at Powell Hall. The Bach Society Chorus and Orchestra will be joined by the UMSL University Singers in a program opening with the "Gloria in excelsis Deo" from Bach's Mass in B Minor and featuring John Rutter’s “Gloria.”

As always, a highlight of the concert will be a candlelight processional.

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Cityscape
5:19 pm
Fri December 13, 2013

Brian Owens And Trio To Perform 'Another Jazzy, Soulful Holiday Affair' At The Bistro

Brian Owens
(Courtesy Brian Owens)

St. Louis vocalist Brian Owens will be performing a holiday concert to benefit a University of Missouri-St. Louis scholarship fund this Sunday at the Bistro at Grand Center. The event is sponsored by the UMSL African American Alumni Chapter.

"It’s been a real blessing for me to continue in partnership with the university I graduated from," said Owens, who graduated in 2008.

In addition to his connections with UMSL, Owens also has working relationships with Sterling Bank and other local businesses.

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Cityscape
5:11 pm
Fri December 13, 2013

St. Louis Bands Join Forces In 'A Rockin' Winter Party' To Benefit Covenant House

Band members performing in Home(s) for the Holidays: A Rockin' Winter Party

Members of local bands Vote for Pedro, My Two Planets and Soul Kiss will be sharing the stage at The Pageant this Sunday to perform a holiday benefit concert.

The concert is a fundraiser for Covenant House Missouri, a St. Louis nonprofit that provides housing and support for children and young adults between the ages of 16 and 21.

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St. Louis on the Air
5:01 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

A Conversation With The Consul General Of Israel To The Midwest

(Courtesy Consulate General of Israel to the Midwest)

As the Consul General to the Midwest, Roey Gilad travels between 11 Midwest states representing Israeli interests. This week he visited St. Louis for the second time since becoming the consul general last February. 

“I’m there to build bridges,” said Gilad. “The bridge is already there, I’m there to make it stronger and wider between the Midwest and the state of Israel, between Missouri and the state of Israel and between St. Louis and the state of Israel."

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St. Louis on the Air
4:33 pm
Wed December 11, 2013

St. Louis Public Radio And The Beacon Join Forces, Take Your Questions

The merged operation is housed in Grand Center
file photo

Yesterday, St. Louis Public Radio and the St. Louis Beacon became one. We’ve kept you up to date throughout the merger process. But now that the merger is complete, we wanted to take the opportunity to answer your questions.

Director and General Manager Tim Eby, formerly general manager of St. Louis Public Radio, and Editor Margaret Wolf Freivogel, founder of the Beacon, responded to your queries and commented about their vision for the merged organization.

Why merge?

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St. Louis on the Air
5:04 pm
Tue December 10, 2013

Islamophobia: A Discussion About The Causes And Possible Solutions

The executive director of CAIR-St. Louis, Faizan Syed, addresses the crowd at an interfaith service on the Archgrounds.
(Rachel Lippmann/St. Louis Public Radio)

A 2013 report from the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) identifies a network of 37 organizations that systematically promote anti-Muslim sentiment in America through prejudice, fear and hatred. CAIR calls it Islamophobia.

According to tax filings analyzed by CAIR, this network had access to nearly $120 million between 2008 and 2011.

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St. Louis on the Air
5:28 pm
Mon December 9, 2013

Report: Racial Divide Leads To Health Disparity In St. Louis

(Courtesy For the Sake of All)

Fourth Brief: For the Sake of All

In the fourth policy brief from For the Sake of All, a collaborative, inter-disciplinary study on the health of African Americans in St. Louis and St. Louis County, researchers focused on the role segregation plays on health in the area. It is titled "Segregation: Divided Cities Lead to Differences in Health."

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