In this week’s episode, an internship that places women and minorities in promising bioscience companies, a thrilling novel about World War II library spies, the inspiration behind the beautiful artwork of a modern day Missouri Fresco artist, two nationally recognized painters in one local gallery, one family bringing Thai cuisine and other international flavors to younger generations of St. Louisans, and a jazzy tune by Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers.
Advancing Women and Minorities in Science Through Internship Program
BioSTL’s CATALST Internship Program is encouraging minorities and women in the pursuit of bioscience and geospatial technologies.
Madeline Martin’s “The Librarian Spy”
Author Madeline Martin takes readers to 1940’s Portugal and France in her latest novel inspired by the true history of America’s library spies of World War II.
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Roscoe Hall and Michael Hoffman at Houska Gallery
Houska Gallery is currently showcasing the works of two nationally recognized painters, Roscoe Hall and Michael Hoffman.
Tastes of Home
Nearly 30 years ago, Shayn Prapaisilp’s parents introduced Thai food to St. Louis. Now Prapaisilp is leading the family business into a new era, bringing Thai cuisine and other international flavors to younger generations of St. Louisans. For more stories like this one visit thestl.com.
Miss Jubilee & The Humdingers
Watch more of the performance here.