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
6:39 pm
Tue November 5, 2013

Report: Poor Mental Health Among African Americans In St. Louis Decreases Opportunities For Success

Jason Purnell
Credit Washington University

Third Brief: For the Sake of All

The third brief of a groundbreaking and interdisciplinary study on African American health in St. Louis examines how mental health affects social and economic opportunities.

The latest brief in the “For the Sake of All” study asks how we can improve mental health in St. Louis. 

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St. Louis on the Air
4:33 pm
Mon November 4, 2013

Why Are More Entrepreneurs Calling St. Louis Home?

Haley O'Brien at the Magic Chef complex on The Hill, where she hopes to create a hydroponic farm.
(Courtesy Washington University in St. Louis)

St. Louis is beginning to build a name for itself as a center for entrepreneurship. Last year, funding for tech startups in the region almost doubled, bringing in nearly $30 million in investments. The T-Rex campus downtown - founded two years ago explicitly to foster entrepreneurship in St. Louis - is currently home to more than 70 startups.

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Cityscape
4:49 pm
Fri November 1, 2013

Missouri Painter Bryan Haynes Explores New Regionalism

Osage River by Bryan Haynes
Bryan Haynes

For more than thirty years, St. Louis native Bryan Haynes made his living primarily doing commercial art. But when he moved back to Missouri, he began to paint landscape scenes based on the geography and history of the region.

"Seeing it anew, I just started to paint landscapes purely for the joy of it," said Haynes. "But then those shapes in the landscape..began to describe the narrative within the paintings."

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Cityscape
3:56 pm
Fri November 1, 2013

Lindy Hop Brings Swing Dance Festival And Jazz Music Crawl To St. Louis

Swing dancers perform during the 2012 Nevermore Jazz Ball.
Ben Hejkal (Courtesy Lindy Hop St. Louis)

Arch City Radio Hour is a program hosted by Nick Garcia on St. Louis Public Radio's HD-2 Channel, The Gateway. The show features conversations and performances with St. Louis area musicians.

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Cityscape
3:49 pm
Fri November 1, 2013

Jazz Pianist Peter Martin To Perform Tribute To Blue Note Records At The Sheldon

Peter Martin
(Courtesy The Sheldon)

Jazz pianist and St. Louis native Peter Martin returns to The Sheldon on Saturday for Peter Martin Music Live: A Blue Note Records Tribute.

Martin will be performing as part of a quartet with a group he hand-picked: guitarist Peter Bernstein, bassist Reuben Rogers and drummer Ulysses Owens Jr.

"That's the great thing about having your own series," said Martin. "You bring the people you want to play with."

Martin chose to perform a selection of music from the Jazz label Blue Note Records, but had a hard time choosing what music to play.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:44 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Bust Of British Leader With Mo. Ties Dedicated At U.S. Capitol

Bust of Winston Churchill dedicated October, 30, 2013 in Washington, D.C.
Brian Naylor / NPR

British leader Sir Winston Churchill gets his share of attention in Missouri. The national museum dedicated to the prime minister who led Great Britain through World War II is located in Fulton. But this week, Churchill was the focus of bipartisan national and international attention, as Congress dedicated a bust of the leader during a ceremony in Statuary Hall.

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St. Louis on the Air
3:58 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Barnes-Jewish Hospital Combats Compassion Fatigue With Training Program

(Courtesy Barnes-Jewish Hospital)

Caring for people experiencing pain and suffering day in and day out can be trying for nurses and other healthcare professionals. Especially when they feel like the work is never done. That feeling is called compassion fatigue and at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, they've developed a program to help.

Some might equate compassion fatigue with burnout, but it is more complex than that, said Pat Potter, director of research and compassion fatigue program developer at Barnes-Jewish.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:56 pm
Wed October 30, 2013

Heard Of 'The Exorcist?' This St. Louis Event Inspired It

The exorcism ended at the Alexian Brothers Hospital in South St. Louis. The room where it took place was sealed-off for years and that wing of the hospital was demolished in 1978.
(Courtesy: John Waide, University Archivist, Saint Louis University)

The mattress began to shake.  Arms and legs flailing.  For hours he fluctuated between frenzy and calm.

The following phrases describe an exorcism that took place in March and April of 1949.  A cadre of Jesuit priests affiliated with Saint Louis University, led by Father William S. Bowdern, the pastor of St. Francis Xavier Church, undertook the exorcism of a 14-year-old boy. They took turns praying over the boy, working to cast out the demon believed to have possessed him.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:40 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

Update: Next Steps For Arch Grounds Redevelopment

(Courtesy CityArchRiver)

Construction of the Central River Project along the Gateway Arch begins November 14. It is a key component of the CityArchRiver 2015 redevelopment plans. Great Rivers Greenway is taking the lead on the project.

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St. Louis on the Air
3:56 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

NPR's David Greene Returns To St. Louis, Where He Got His Journalistic Jumpstart

David Greene, NPR's Morning Programming Host/Correspondent.
NPR

St. Louis Public Radio listeners know David Greene for his work with NPR's Morning Edition, and his years covering Russia and the White House. But before he joined NPR in 2005, Greene was a newspaper man. He credits an internship with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for jump-starting his career.

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