Science & Technology

Most Powerful MRI Scanner in Missouri for Researchers & Clinicians

The 7T MRI packs more than twice the imaging power for seeing structures associated with neurological diseases and other conditions in greater detail.

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St. Louis Sound at the Missouri History Museum

St. Louis Sound at the Missouri History Museum explores the diverse music that has helped to define the city of St. Louis for over a hundred years.

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Science & Technology

Anti-Aging Compound NMN Shows Some Promising Results in Small Clinical Trial in St. Louis

NMM research exploring anti-aging benefits of NMN nutraceutical is supported by a $3.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense.

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ArtsTheaterTwo on the Aisle

Review of 6 Rms Riv Vu at the Theatre Guild of Webster Groves

When it opened on Broadway in 1972, Bob Randall’s play 6 Rms Riv Vu ran for most of a year…A couple of years later, the play was performed on CBS with Carol Burnett and Alan Alda, no less, in the leads; both got Emmy nominations. Watching the current production at The Theatre Guild of Webster Groves, I could only ask myself, “Why?”

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Currents 120: Jess T. Dugan at the Saint Louis Art Museum

Photographer Jess T. Dugan’s latest body of work explores themes of identity, sexuality, relationships, and the human need for connection.

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Review of Bloomsday at the West End Players Guild

I thoroughly enjoyed Bloomsday at the West End Players Guild. Explaining why, however, is a challenge. My delight as viewer and difficulty as a reviewer come from the same source: the unusual presentation of time in the play by Steven Dietz. Saying too much about the interpretation I’ve arrived at may prevent others from experiencing the play as I did.

CommunityCommunity & CultureGrowing Global

Growing Global 2021: Lessons in Global Leadership

Global leadership during a pandemic is unchartered territory for any CEO of our time. However, with St. Louis’s own Arnold Donald at the helm, Carnival, the largest cruise line in the world, appears to have set sail for calmer waters. Demonstrating remarkable resilience and financial fortitude, the company has emerged from the COVID-19 crisis perhaps, […]

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2021 St. Louis Artists’ Guild Members Exhibition

The St. Louis Artists’ Guild Members Exhibition is an annual showcase of recent works by the Guild’s diverse collection of artists.

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BooksVirtual Events

Egg Marks the Spot, a Conversation with Amy Timberlake

When roommates Skunk and Badger head out on a rock-finding expedition, they find surprises behind every boulder.

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Spotlight

Spotlight: Pink Ribbon Girls, George Bush, Missouri Medical Innovations

In this week’s episode hear from Missouri native and author Jean Becker about her ringside seat to George Herbert Walker Bush’s life post-presidency, discover an organization helping women with breast and gynecological cancers in Missouri and Illinois, learn about about medical innovations in Missouri that are helping people across the globe, go behind the scenes of St. Louis Sound at the Missouri History Museum, and meet a young artist with an old soul who designed a hat for the St. Louis Cardinals.

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