Spotlight: Audio Innovator Bob Heil, Alzheimer’s Prevention & Spreading Positivity Through Music

    In this week’s episode, remembering Bob Heil, the man behind the big concert sounds of rock legends like the Who and Grateful Dead; a St. Louisan best known for her travel letters and contributions to the World’s Fair; what you can do right now to help prevent or delay Alzheimer’s disease; creating community on Cherokee Street; and a local musician spreading positivity thru music.

    A Sound Mind
    Meet the man behind the big concert sound of rock legends such as The Who, Grateful Dead and Joe Walsh, sound engineer Bob Heil. Award winning segment of State of the Arts.

    History Spotlight: Florence Hayward
    One of St. Louis’ most distinguished female citizens, Florence Hayward, was the only woman on the board of the 1904 World’s Fair.

    Lifestyle change as the prescribed treatment for Alzheimer’s disease protection and prevention
    A Saint Louis University Researcher says lifestyle modification is an active treatment to prevent or delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease.

    Cherokee Street Small Business Renaissance
    The Cherokee Street neighborhood has become a successful hub of minority-owned businesses like Butter Love, Profield Reserve and The Noir Bookshop.

    Po Mia
    Po Mia is an eclectic local musician who aims to spread positivity and comfort with their complex and therapeutic music.