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
4:36 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

Soundbites: New Gamlin Whiskey House Featured On 'Hit List'

From left to right, Brothers Lucas and Derek Gamlin outside of Gamlin Whiskey House, one of their two new venues.
Michelle Volansky (Courtesy Sauce Magazine)

In our monthly “Soundbites” segment in partnership with Sauce Magazine, host Steve Potter discussed new restaurants and bars opening up in St. Louis with Ligaya Figueras, executive editor of Sauce Magazine. Every month the magazine makes up a "hit list" of new venues the editors recommend visiting.

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Cityscape
4:05 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

Repertory Theatre Of St. Louis Presents 'Cabaret'

Nathan Lee Graham in the role of the Emcee in Repertory Theatre of St. Louis' production of "Cabaret."
Jerry Naunheim, Jr. (Courtesy Repertory Theatre of St. Louis)

The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis opens tonight with a revival of  the musical "Cabaret." First performed on Broadway in 1966, the musical is set in 1930s Berlin.

Because it captures the shift and change in power during pre-Nazi Germany, the show gives you more than entertainment. It also gives you something to think about, said Steve Wolff. He is the artistic director for the Repertory Theatre.

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Cityscape
3:57 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

STL Design Week 2013 Seeks To Expand The Definition Of 'Design'

"Wonderland" by David Rygiol. One of the literary art pieces to be auctioned off at Central Library during STL Design Week 2013.
Zoe Scharf (Courtesy STL Design Week 2013)

From darts to bike tours to artwork made out of old books, STL Design Week 2013 is all about looking at and talking about design in new and interesting ways.

"This is the third year for Design Week, and Design Week was started by AIGA, which are graphic artists," said Margaret McDonald. "And this year it encompasses architects, illustrators, interior designers, industrial designers."

McDonald is chairperson for STL Design Week 2013, and a principal at architecture and interior design firm Arcturus.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:49 pm
Thu September 12, 2013

Beyond Recycling: How Do You Lessen Your Environmental Impact?

(Via Flikr/Kate Ter Haar)

When it comes to the economy, a rise in consumer spending is seen as an indicator of  better times ahead. But when it comes to the environment, increased consumer spending can have a downside.

"Consumption is a problem because that's really the root driver of our environmental problems," said Madalyn Coici, waste prevention specialist with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

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St. Louis on the Air
5:13 pm
Wed September 11, 2013

Still Feeling The Effects Of 9/11, 12 Years Later

An American flag.
Flickr/mrsdkrebs

The September 11 terrorist attacks were a tragedy unlike anything the United States had experienced. They set the nation on a new path and their ramifications, both big and small, are still felt today, twelve years on.

There are the obvious consequences: thousands of people who died that day, two wars, the Patriot Act, the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. And then there are the more subtle and pervasive ones: our mental state, how Muslims are perceived in America. Even our architecture has changed.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:52 pm
Tue September 10, 2013

Discussion: What To Expect During Missouri's 2013 Veto Session

The Missouri Capitol Building in Jefferson City, Mo.
(St. Louis Public Radio/Marshall Griffin)

Missouri lawmakers will convene Wednesday for their annual veto session. Governor Jay Nixon vetoed 29 bills this year, including at least two bills that have been the subject of much campaigning and debate. Add in a Republican-led General Assembly, and this year's veto session has the potential to be of greater consequence than most.

St. Louis Public Radio's Marshall Griffin and Chris McDaniel have been covering the veto session, and gave host Don Marsh an overview of what to expect this year.

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St. Louis on the Air
4:42 pm
Tue September 10, 2013

National Churchill Museum Introduces British Leader To New Generation

Portrait of Winston Churchill during World War II
(Courtesy Imperial War Museum via Wikimedia Commons)

Winston Churchill is famous for making political speeches, warning of political peril ahead. He warned Great Britain and the world of the dangerous rumblings coming out of Germany during the 1930s as well as when Communist Russia began to expand its reach after World War II.  At that time, Churchill warned the world of the "iron curtain" descending across Central and Eastern Europe.

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Health, Science, Environment
4:57 pm
Mon September 9, 2013

St. Louis Researchers Connect African-American Health Problems To Poverty, Lack Of Education

Credit National Cancer Institute | Wikimedia Commons

First Brief: For the Sake of All

A disproportionate number of African Americans in St. Louis live in poverty and lack a high school education. African-American St. Louisans also have a higher death rate than white St. Louisans. According to a multi-disciplinary study currently under way in St. Louis, there is a connection between the two trends.

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Cityscape
7:03 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

Arts And Faith St. Louis Commemorates September 11th Through Music

Finale from Arts and Faith's Second Annual September 11th Interfaith Commemoration in Music
Ray Marklin

With the anniversary of September 11th on the horizon, Arts and Faith St. Louis is again gearing up for a concert to both remember the tragedy and promote unity across faith backgrounds.

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Cityscape
4:29 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

Contemporary Art Museum Exhibit Gives Tribute To 10th Anniversary Of Building

The Contemporary Art Museum, in Grand Center

In celebration of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis building constructed ten years ago, CAM is presenting an exhibit focusing on the design of the building itself: "Place Is the Space." The exhibit is a collaboration of the building's architect, Brad Cloepfil, and the museum's chief curator, Dominic Molon.

"It's a great space for artists," said Molon of the building. "Ten years on it still remains an incredibly flexible building."

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