Thank you again for taking time out of your busy schedules to do the City Corner interview earlier this month. I really appreciate it, the station appreciates it, and you were both WONDERFUL to interview. Here’s the link to the show (https://youtu.be/zERAbARlBkY). STL TV would love it if you can share/post on social media and/or your website.
Amanda Ball Clark is an eternal history buff. She was first drawn to history and architecture for two reasons: her family church, which focused heavily on stories in theology, and her high school history teacher, who taught her the importance of the subject.
Made it, Ma, top of the world: The New York Times is singing our praises.
By Elaine Glusac We were featured in the New York Times' 36 Hours in St. Louis! Read our section below, and check out the full article here. "Amanda Clark, an historian, can spout all the pertinent facts and figures about St. Louis. But she wanted to combine them...
St. Louis history and architecture isn’t just the provenance of overpriced textbooks and stuffy lecture halls as long as Renegade STL is around.
This is not your ordinary tour of St. Louis. Renegade Tours explores a different side of St. Louis with fresh, original, off-beat tours and unusual stories about our past. Expect to see a side of the city that you have never seen before.
St. Louis Public Radio: St. Louis city-county divide among notable stories of love, loss in St. Louis’ past
Amanda Clark and Elizabeth Eikmann talked about Renegade STL’s event highlighting notable stories of love and loss in St. Louis history.
OMG!! Renegade STL was named #92 in the latest edition of #100thingstodoinstlouisbeforeyoudie!
“As St. Louisans we totally don’t know our own city,” said Mike, a caller during Thursday’s “St. Louis on the Air” program. He often comes across out-of-town visitors who are “agog” at the architecture they can find here…and that’s not even off the beaten path. That’s a problem that local group Renegade STL is trying to combat with a different kind of tour — one that promises to give participants a tour of the “whole damn city” in 2.5 hours, even the parts that most tour companies don’t deem sight-seeing worthy.
Think you know everything there is to know about St. Louis? We bet you didn’t know that a woman with St. Louis ties ran for president of the United States more than 100 years ago.