Spotlight

Spotlight: Symphony, Racehorses, and Landscapes

In this week’s episode celebrate the St. Louis Symphony and Powell Hall’s fifty plus year relationship, hear the inside story of women reshaping Congress, learn about new technology designed for racehorses, find out where you can see beautiful landscapes right here in St. Louis, discover a hat company that’s been around for over 100 years and enjoy a performance from musician Dawn Weber.

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Spotlight: WePower, President Eisenhower & Global Wildlife Surveillance

In this week’s episode meet visual artist Edo Rosenblith, learn about a group who is working to foster community power, hear from President Eisenhower’s granddaughter, see the newest exhibit at the Foundry Arts Centre that explores COVID, discover how scientists are working in the Amazon in the hopes of preventing another global pandemic, and find out just how successful the Arts United STL event was.

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Spotlight: St. Louis Art Fair Special Edition

This week’s special edition episode is all about the St. Louis Art Fair. Go behind the scenes of the fair and see how this world-class fair got started, Meet the Artists, and learn how the fair will be all virtual in 2020.

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Spotlight: Downtown, Doors & Vaccines

In this week’s episode meet Author Alma Katsu talking about her new historical fiction novel about the Titanic, learn how the doors of North St. Louis are being transformed into works of art, discover how a Washington University archaeologist is shedding new light on indigenous tribal culture, hear about COVID vaccine trials being done in St. Louis, meet St. Louis Art Fair artists Gregg Rasmusson and James Pearce, and learn about a locally published book that traces the history of Downtown St. Louis.

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Spotlight: Missouri ArtSafe, Geospatial & Band Together

In this week’s episode see how the Missouri arts community is joining together to share their best practices in Covid safety, hear from author Camilla Läckberg about her latest book and where she gets her inspiration, discover how a new website helps create meaningful doctor-patient relationships, learn about Geospatial and it’s connection to St. Louis, take a stroll through Forest Park, and take in how music helps STL’s LGBTQ+ community “Band Together.”

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Spotlight: St. Lou Fringe, Sharks & Jeanne Trevor

HEC Media’s Spotlight program airs every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 11, and showcases St. Louis’ finest contributions to art, education, and culture. In this week’s episode learn how the St. Lou Fringe has gone virtual this year, take a deep dive into the evolution of sharks, meet artist Sharon Spillar, discover the story behind “Killers of the Flower Moon,” and hear from jazz artist Jeanne Trevor.

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Spotlight: Golf, Swimming, Chess & Music

In this week’s episode learn about new golf ball technology created right here in St. Louis, hear from an author set out to answer “Why we Swim,” discover a musical mission designed to enrich the lives of children in foster care, step into the World Chess Hall of Fame for their new exhibits, meet an edgy wood cutting artist, and enjoy the enthusiasm of Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers.

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Spotlight: The Hamiltons, The Cardinals and Helping Others

In this week’s episode hear stories about the other Hamilton – Eliza, discover what a Hollywood wrangler does, learn how the St. Louis Cardinals are opening doors with their eyes, meet a local woman making a big difference in the lives of refugees and much more.

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Spotlight: Old West, Circus, Science & Freddy Cole

HEC Media’s Spotlight program airs every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 11, and showcases St. Louis’ finest contributions to art, education, and culture. In this week’s episode meet author Tom Clavin, explore COVID science being done in Missouri, learn about a social circus for kids, see the latest exhibit at The International Photography Hall of Fame and take a moment to remember jazz legend Freddy Cole.

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Spotlight: Economic Development, COVID Mask Technology and 100-year Old Artist

In this week’s episode hear from Steve Johnson of the St. Louis Regional Economic Development Alliance, learn about COVID mask testing being done at Washington University, meet a 100-year old artist still following her passion and much more.

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