In this week’s episode, go birding with a Washington University biologist in Forest Park; speaking of Forest Park, there is so much more to it than you may have realized as one author explains; step into a completely different type of garden made up of stainless steel spheres; a look at what is drawing St. Louisans and other to Augusta, MO; see an animal-centric art exhibit while helping animals in need; and discover the passion and hope that went into a unique U-City mural.
Birding with a Biologist
Biology professor Joan Strassmann recently published a book about birding called “Slow Birding.” Strassmann brings her biologist eyes and experience to demystifying birding for beginners and others who are interested in learning more about the birds in their backyards.
A New Way to Enjoy Forest Park
A locally published new book of walking tours of Forest Park helps visitors to the park discover some of its hidden gems.
Narcissus Garden at the Aronson Fine Arts Center
Yayoi Kusama’s Narcissus Garden will be on display through May 14th at the Aronson Fine Arts Center at Laumeier Sculpture Park.
STL Made: Planting Roots
Noboleis Vineyards and Root Food + Wine draw St. Louisans to the natural beauty of Augusta. For more stories like this one visit thestl.com.
Young Artists’ Showcase 2023 at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild
The St. Louis Artists’ Guild’s Annual Young Artists’ Showcase returns with works by over 140 students from 26 different St. Louis area high schools.
The Artist Behind the “Building Bridges” Mural
Meet the Lantinx artists behind the “Building Bridges” mural on Delmar and discover the passion and hope that went into this unique work.