In this week’s episode, a historic theater is saved by a non-profit known for its love of movies, a journalist traces four generations of a powerful American dynasty, how the staff keeps the rainforest inside the Climatron running, a research startup targeting cancer cells by attacking them from the inside, why you have to look up to see one of the current exhibits on display at Craft Alliance, and the retelling the life of Harriet Tubman through a one person show.
Cinema St. Louis Buys the Hi-Pointe
In 2022, Cinema St. Louis announced its plans to purchase The Hi-Pointe Theatre from its previous owners, keeping the historic theatre open for years to come.
Author Andrew Meier’s “Morgenthau”
Longtime journalist Andrew Meier shares the Morgenthau family’s role in history and why they can be called an American family dynasty.
Tree Trimming in the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Climatron
Learn about the tree trimming at the Climatron in the Missouri Botanical Garden that maintains some of the most unique tropical plants from around the world.
BioGenerator Company Accuronix is Developing Novel Cancer Therapy to Kill Cancer Cells in New Way
The Accuronix drug is designed to treat pancreatic cancer and is having success in the lab targeting other types of cancer.
Tommy Simpson & Amy Firestone Rosen at Craft Alliance
Craft Alliance is hosting two solo art exhibits by Tommy Simpson and Amy Firestone Rosen.
Glynis Brooks, “Harriet Tubman: An American Hero”
Harriet Tubman is one of the most notable icons in American and African American history. A hero and symbol of freedom, bravery, and strength.