Arts

Harmonica Harmony with Gateway Harmonica Club

This harmonica band’s mission is to entertain with music that brings back memories, with old standards from the 20s, 30s, and 40s.
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Arts

Filmmaker Features Unique St. Louis School for Refugees

Filmmaker Lori Miller followed refugees students at a unique transition school in St. Louis public schools. HEC talks with her about her inspiring new movie.
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ArtsCommunity

Kranzberg Arts Foundation Developing New Literary Arts Venue in Grand Center

The High Low will combine a literary center, library, gallery, and collaborative work space with a community café on Washington Avenue.

ArtsHappening Now

SLAM Examines 800 Years of Cultural Exchange with Southwestern Native Textiles

The Saint Louis Art Museum features a gift of southwestern native textiles by local collectors, Elissa and Paul Cahn.

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Science & Technology

Missouri Completes the First-Ever Feasibility Study of a Hyperloop in U.S. for the I-70 Corridor

Backers of the feasibility study say it confirms the commercial viability of Virgin Hyperloop One’s technology for the I-70 corridor in Missouri.

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Science & Technology

New Hope for Nerve Regeneration

New research at Washington University uses a biodegradable implant and wireless stimulation to help repair and regrow peripheral nerves in rats.

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Arts

Saint Louis Art Museum makes $2.75 million Caspar David Friedrich purchase

The Saint Louis Art Museum recently acquired “Sunburst in the Riesengebirge,” a landscape painting by the German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich. The museum purchased the painting Dec. 12 at auction at Sotheby’s in London for a total price of $2.75 million

Culture

Shop Small, Shop Local: A St.Louis Gift Guide

Consider shopping local for your holiday gifts.

ArtsHappening Now

Bryan Robertson’s Body Politic at The U City Public Library Gallery

Visual Artist Bryan Robertson returns to his hometown with a new collection of thought-provoking work on display at the University City Public Library Gallery.

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Science & Technology

Rapid Detection of Infections with Bacterioscan for UTIs & More Underway

Bacterioscan is FDA approved for urinary tract infections. The St. Louis-based company also has plans to provide rapid detection of other infections.

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