Spotlight: Drinking Water from Air, Hodiamont Tracks Greenway & Indian Chintz

    In this week’s episode, a book about John F. Kennedy’s brief but transformative time in the White House, the new exhibit at the St. Louis Art Museum about Indian Artisans and their complex methods for creating painted and printed cloth, inside the patented technology of a company creating drinking water from air, an abandoned streetcar line being turned into a greenway with flowers and a mural, one local group giving out free bikes and a sense of community, a light display that has been wowing St. Louisans for over 30 years, and “The Christmas Waltz” performed by Charles Glenn.

    “Incomparable Grace: JFK In the Presidency” by Mark Updegrove
    “Incomparable Grace” by Mark Updegrove is a brisk yet thorough account of how JFK managed national crises with unparalleled grace.

    Global Threads: The Art and Fashion of Indian Chintz at the Saint Louis Art Museum
    Currently on exhibit at the Saint Louis Art Museum is Global Threads, which showcases the unique painted and printed textiles of India.

    Watergen Technology Creates Drinking Water From Air
    Watergen’s production of drinking water from humidity in the air is used to tackle a global problem.

    Our Town: Hodiamont Tracks
    A stretch of land along abandoned streetcar tracks in St. Louis are about to be turned into a Greenway corridor called Hodiamont Tracks

    Bworks: Helping Kids Reach Their Full Potential
    B-works is a non-profit organization that helps children, ages 12 to 17, discover their full potential. Watch how these children can learn and earn.

    Winter Wonderland at Tilles Park
    Saint Louis County Parks presents Winter Wonderland at Tilles Park. For over 30 years this ever expanding holiday light display has wowed young and old alike.

    The Christmas Waltz by Charles Glenn
    Watch the full concert here.