Spotlight: Getting Creative with AI, Alzheimer’s Agitation Drug Discovery & Maple Sugaring

    In this week’s episode, students get creative producing digital art with AI, a St. Louis musician whose legacy is kept alive through his diary, a Saint Louis University researcher finds help for agitation associated with Alzheimer’s with a new FDA approved treatment, why the New York Times book review called this book of short stories one of the best of 2023, inside a interactive art exhibit created for dogs and their people, and a sweet story about Missouri maple syrup and a family who makes it.

    Getting Creative with AI
    Anyone can use AI to create beautiful works of art. If you can speak it, you can create vivid works of digital art. You’re only limited by your imagination!

    History Spotlight: William Joseph Blue
    A talented musician, William Joseph Blue was considered a leading Black artist in St. Louis in the early 20th Century. Public Historian, Cicely Hunter explains why his musical legacy isn’t the only thing he left behind.

    SLU Researcher Helps Discover New FDA-Approved Treatment for Alzheimer’s-Associated Agitation
    SLU researchers discovered that REXULTI, also called brexpiprazole, significantly reduced agitation in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.

    Jamel Brinkley on His Collection of Stories: Witness
    Award-winning author Jamel Brinkley gives an in depth look on Witness, his newest collection of short fiction.

    Wag: An Exhibition for Dogs at the Foundry Art Centre
    The Foundry Art Centre continues to push the boundaries of what audiences an art gallery can reach with their new show Wag: An Exhibition for Dogs!

    Sap to Syrup: Maple Sugaring in Missouri
    A family who makes maple syrup in Missouri explains how there are many more benefits to the tedious process than just bottles of the delicious, golden syrup.