SMilesTV Stephanie A. Miles
SMilesSkype-COVID-19: Mask or No Mask?
COVID-19 and the response within the African American community is discussed candidly with SMilesTV host and guests, James T. Ingram, Columnist for the award winning St. Louis American Newspaper, Minister Vincent Rhodes, Pastor, True Vine Christian Center and Dr. Desarie Holmes, (Dr. Dez), Psychologist and host of the "What's on Your Mind with Dr. Dez" broadcast.
SMiles/Skype with Jackie Joyner-Kersee - "A Kind of Grace."
Jackie Joyner-Kersee chats with SMilesTV Host, Stephanie Anthony Miles during a Skype interview. Jackie urges participation in the 2020 Decennial Census; chats about her book, "A Kind of Grace"; the Jackie Joyner Kersee Foundation in East St. Louis; and reminiscences about her life as the World's Greatest Female Athlete. Technical producer, Ces White, Idex Media Pro. Special consultant, Gerald Quincy Jones, The Voice.
SMilesSkype Ft: Dawn Harper-Nelson, Olympic Gold & Silver Medalist
Dawn Harper-Nelson Olympic Gold and Silver Medalist, Skypes with SMilesTV. Dawn endorses the United States Decennial Census. She chats about life with her husband, Alonzo and their new baby; the upcoming 2021 Olympics; Covid-19 and more! Technical Producer, Ces White, Idex Media Pro. This broadcast is sponsored by the Chicago Regional Office of the United States Bureau of the 2020 Decennial Census.
SMilesTV presents, CDSS - You Count in the 2020 Census.
Community Development Sustainable Solutions, (CDSS) President Stephanie Taylor and Vice President Terrance Taylor share the importance of being counted in the 2020 Decennial Census. Technical producer, Ces White, Idex Media Pro. Special footage added from Larry Duncan Allen, City of Champions.
SMilesTV presents, "Tyler's Life Story, the Setback of Her Life," by Candance Taylor.
Candance "Tailor Made" Taylor shares much of her own life story through the eyes of a fictional character named, Tyler. Explore the ups and downs of a young woman, who before her relationship with Jesus Christ, found herself willing to please people, especially the love of her life, in many extreme pernicious ways. Learn how Tyler was able to escape her harmful lifestyle.
SMilesTV: Lahr-Well Christian Academy & Gear Up @ 12:47
At the Lahr-Well Christian Academy, students from the age of 4 through grade 12, study five foreign languages as well as science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics, a S.T.E.A.M. discipline/approach. Also featured, Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) a federally funded program that is designed to prepare students for college.
SMilesTV: Understanding the Impact of Trauma ft. Dr. Dez
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Desarie Holmes shares insights with SMilesTV regarding the impact of historical, national, emotional and psychological trauma. Watch, What's on your mind with Dr. Dez. Executive Producer/Host, Stephanie Anthony Miles; Technical Producer, Ces White, Idex Media Pro.
SMilesTV chats with Filmmaker/Actor, Mike Rae Anderson
SMiles TV with Actor, Author & Award Winning Filmmaker, Mike Anderson. A conversation with a former Death Penalty offender who served 17 years on a life sentence and is now changing the lives of youth. He was also producer of the East St. Louis documentary, "Give Us This Day". He also has a documentary of his life called, "A polished soul."
SMilesTV: Retired Judge Milton Wharton chats about CASA & WOYM with Dr. Dez.
Retired Judge Milton Wharton chats about CASA and Child Abuse Awareness Month during the 1st half; the second segment features, What's on Your Mind with Dr. Dez., Dr. Desarie Holmes talks with Dr. Randy Young to help dispel mental health stigmas.
SMilesTV: Bosman Twins Chat with SMiles
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Dwayne’s and Dwight’s passion for jazz started at an early age. The brothers grew up listening to the sounds of great jazz artists such as Earl “Fatha” Hines, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Oliver Nelson and their father Lloyd Smith, who was a well-known businessman and a sideman in Basie’s and Ellington’s orchestras. Influenced by famous musicians, and family friends, Louis Armstrong, John Coltrane and Charlie Parker, by age 14 the twins were performing professionally as The Bosman Twins. Over the years, The Bosman Twins have shared their love of music and the stage with entertainment legends Freddie Cole, Branford Marsalis, Fontella Bass, Roy Ayers, David Peaston and the late trumpeter, Lester Bowie. Whether performing with their own band or accompanying other notable jazz professionals, their unique style and renditions of jazz, rhythm and blues, funk and gospel have earned them national and international acclaim.