In this week’s episode, three broadway shows produced by St. Louisans are celebrated with numerous nominations and wins at the Tony Awards, a look at an important dress in St. Louis fashion history, women are twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and a Washington University study shows one of the reasons why, Author Karin Slaughter talks about her new novel and hit ABC TV show Will Trent, an exhibition examines the complex relationships between opposites, and veteran sportscaster Bob Costas shares his story and advice for others.
Schankman’s St. Louis: St. Louis Producers Score Tony Nominations
Several St. Louisans and St. Louis natives are having great success producing shows on Broadway, as proven when the 2023 Tony Award nominations were announced.
History Spotlight: Green Eyes
A dress from one of the best dressed in mid-20th century STL.
Could the effects of stress on women be a reason why more women have Alzheimer’s disease than men?
Studies show that women are about twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Could the effects of stress on women versus men be a reason?
Karin Slaughter: Bestselling Author, Mommy Blog Stalker, Former Exterminator
In this candid chat, author Karin Slaughter talks about the influences behind her popular books/characters, her former jobs and mommy blog stalking for research.
Opposites Attract at Webster Arts
Webster Arts’ new exhibition examines the complex relationships between opposites and how artists interpret and incorporate them into their creations.
Bob Costas, A Broadcast Life
Bob Costas talks to HEC Media about his early days as a broadcaster in Syracuse and Saint Louis.