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Spotlight: Geospatial, Puppets & Wastewater

In this week’s episode hear from a former Music Director and Conductor of the St. Louis Symphony about his new book, learn about a plan that maps out how St. Louis could become a global geospatial hub, meet some of the puppeteers of The Puppet Guild of Greater St. Louis, discover an interesting way local scientists are tracking COVID variants, explore the history of St. Louis through art on display at Craft Alliance, and travel back in time through watercolor.

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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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Spotlight: Anti-Aging, Arts & Faith St. Louis & Dinosaurs

In this week’s episode dinosaurs come to life at the St. Louis Zoo, meet a lawyer and author who is advocating for prisoners, learn about promising results from an anti-aging compound trial that took place in St. Louis, meet a couple taking their business to the next level through GSL’s Diverse Business Accelerator, discover what’s new at this year’s St. Louis Art Fair, and go behind the scenes of the 2021 Arts & Faith St. Louis Concert.

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Spotlight: 2021 St. Louis Art Fair & Flags for Heroes

In this week’s episode learn the meaning behind the flags on display on art hill September 4th-12th and then go behind the scenes of the 2021 St. Louis Art Fair taking place September 10th – 12th in downtown Clayton. Discover what’s new to the fair this year, learn about their Emerging Artists as Entrepreneurs Program, as well as Meet the Artists: Allison Norfleet Bruenger, Kreg Yingst & Michael Merriman.

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Spotlight: Back to School, Food Trucks & Mozart

In this week’s episode hear from a local author about her new book which provides a road map to help educators prepare young people for the future, discover a new public safety tool that sends real-time 911 information to schools in the St. Louis Region, learn about a COVID research study being conducted in north St. Louis County schools geared to help kids safely return to classes, go behind the scenes of “Ordinary Lives” at Art St. Louis, step into the 9 Mile Garden and learn how the pandemic has altered the food truck industry, meet St. Louis Art Fair artists Nicki Gulley and Jeffery Zachmann & enjoy Mozart performed by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra in the beautiful Missouri Botanical Gardens.

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Spotlight: Michelangelo, Delta Variant & Spanish Flu

In this week’s episode hear from a Michelangelo expert from Washington University who wrote a books about the artist’s last 20 years, step into Pure Vibes a local company who owes part of their success to Greater St. Louis Inc’s Diverse Business Accelerator, explore the 2021 Summer Group show at Houska Gallery, learn about some of the research being conducted in Missouri in regards to the Covid-19 Delta Variant, meet an artist making ergonomically correct chairs by hand out of wood, and a look back at the Spanish Flu of 1918 and how it compares to today.

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Spotlight: Telescopes, Silver Linings & Blue Strawberry

In this week’s episode learn how you can explore the night sky through a program at the St. Louis County Library, experience two exhibits at the St. Louis Art Museum, meet an inspiring young woman and her service dog, learn about an old photography technique from a young photographer, and step into a new cabaret lounge with a unique name.

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Spotlight: 2030 Jobs Plan, Cybersecurity & STEAM

In this week’s episode CEO Jason Hall discusses the Greater St. Louis, Inc. 2030 Jobs Plan, a conversation with Dr. Michele Harper about being an African American emergency room doctor and why she chose that profession, a look at St. Louis-Based Q-Net which could be a cybersecurity game changer, explore the Foundry at MADE and learn about their new partnership, meet the artist Dawn LaGrave who will be on display at the 2021 St. Louis Art Fair, and learn about the Sheldon’s SOLID program.

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Spotlight: A Slice of St. Louis History

In this week’s episode a look inside the unique Hotel St. Louis experience, the story behind Union Station’s Harvey Girls, a behind the scenes look at what remains of the Goldenrod Showboat, learn why the band stand in Forest Park is there, then peel back the layers of the onion house, and finally a new look at old downtown St. Louis.

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Spotlight: Prison Performing Arts, Brain Tumor Center & The Muny

In this week’s episode learn about a program helping prisoners by teaching them about performing arts, discover a center helping develop new therapies to improve the lives of brain tumor patients, step into a unique art exhibit where you are invited to play golf, hear about a new unique type of urgent care that helps with behavioral health, say farewell to the Muny’s President Reagan, enjoy a special social distanced performance from The Muny.

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