Shula Neuman, St. Louis Public Radio

Shula Neuman

St. Louis Public Radio

St. Louis, MO, United States

Contact Shula

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • St. Louis Public Radio

Past articles by Shula:

Editor's Note: What’s The Point Of A Press Briefing When The Press Isn’t There?

Perhaps you have taken to watching the various briefings delivered every day by our elected officials. For me, it’s a professional imperative that I watch, → Read More

Editor's Note: News In The Time Of Coronavirus

I wanted to title this note “Inside The St. Louis Public Radio Newsroom.” But, truth is, there isn’t much going on inside the newsroom right now. It’s all → Read More

Voices Of #Ferguson: 'Some Things Have Changed, But Not Enough'

In December, the St. Louis Public Radio newsroom started planning for Aug. 9, 2019, the fifth anniversary of Michael Brown Jr.’s death and the beginning… → Read More

On Chess: US Chess Federation Celebrates 80th Year and Looks to the Future

Admit it: When you think of chess, an image immediately forms in your mind of two older men, possibly bearded, hunched over a board in a dimly-lit → Read More

A New Daily Podcast From

Radio is a beautiful medium. It brings people news and information wherever they are — in the kitchen, in the car, while walking the dog. But people no → Read More

Curious Louis Answers: Who Cleans Up Roadkill And What Do They Do With It?

Nearly anyone who has driven has seen it: a dead animal on the side of the road. Fenton resident Jim Marshall was seeing a lot of dead animals last fall — → Read More

Editor's Note: Goodbye, Comments

St. Louis Public Radio has had a comment section for as long as we’ve had a website. We hoped comments would be a place for our audience to discuss → Read More

Editor's Note: Creating a more diverse newsroom is a never-ending journey

The messages about the need for diversity in our neighborhoods, region and workplaces keep coming, and they are important. So I was glad to hear them last → Read More

Obituary: Gerry Rohde, longtime evening host at St. Louis Public Radio dies at 55

St. Louis Public Radio is mourning the loss today of one of our own. Gerry Rohde, our longtime evening host has died. He was 55. His body was discovered → Read More

On Chess: Classic series brings strong grandmasters to town prior to U.S. championships

The time for strong round-robin tournaments at the Saint Louis Chess Club (STLCC) is about to restart! The U.S. Championship and U.S. Women's Championship → Read More

Editor's note: Scandals may be fun, but they aren't always journalism

A few weeks ago, our political reporters caught wind of rumors about Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens and an extramarital affair. We pursued the issue, but, → Read More

No meeting of the minds: Krewson talks, struggles to resonate with Harris-Stowe audience

During a frequently contentious forum at Harris-Stowe State University, people who have been protesting for the past three weeks had choice words and asked → Read More

Here are the lawsuits filed against St. Louis in response to the Stockley verdict

In the weeks since a judge found former St. Louis police officer Jason Stockley not guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Anthony Lamar Smith, → Read More

Day 9 after Stockley verdict: Protesters show solidarity for those arrested

It wasn’t so much of a protest as a vigil on Sunday as demonstrators gathered at the Justice Center in Clayton to wait for the release of the people → Read More

Krewson postpones town hall meeting, says discussions are happening and she hears them

Updated 4:55 p.m. with more from news conference — St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson canceled a town hall meeting Tuesday, instead holding a news conference to → Read More

One safe prediction about Tuesday's election: most people won't bother voting

On March 7, the city of St. Louis held its primary, where voters selected Democratic and Republican candidates for mayor. It was the first election in 16 → Read More

Officials: St. Louis would be worse place without immigrants

St. Louis leaders are decrying the Trump administration’s executive order that bars refugees from coming to the United States for 120 days. The order also → Read More

Tata Steel Chess Tournament Kicks Off The Year With Some The Best

Every year the first and longest elite tournament starts in January: Tata Steel! → Read More

Inauguration Day: Follow events in DC with NPR's live blog

Today is the momentous day. The day every four years when this country experiences a peaceful transfer of power from one president to the next. Whether you → Read More

No public money for a soccer stadium in St. Louis — at least not for now

Public financing for a soccer stadium near Union Station near downtown St. Louis will not be on the April ballot. St. Louis Alderman Christine Ingrassia, D → Read More