In this week’s episode, a behind the scenes preview of the new St. Louis Holocaust Museum opening on November 2nd; color on the walls at the Missouri History Museum; the possible mental health risks associated with long COVID; the 2022 St. Louis Literary award winning novelist Arundhati Roy; step inside the Angad Arts Hotel to experience Plein Air paintings; an Emmy-nominated story about the Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings; and a look at the 40 Plus Year Friendship between Nanjing, China & St Louis.
St. Louis Holocaust Museum: Behind the Scenes Preview
The St. Louis Holocaust Museum is undergoing a major expansion and update focusing on the voices and images of St. Louis survivors, liberators and witnesses.
Coloring STL at the Missouri History Museum
Coloring STL at the Missouri History Museum features over 50 colorable illustrations of St. Louis area buildings.
St. Louis Researcher Discovers COVID-19 Increases Mental Health Risks Up to a Year After Infection
Study found people who had COVID-19 were 60% more likely to suffer from mental health problems than those who were not infected within one year after infection.
One on One with St. Louis Literary Award Winner Arundhati Roy
Arundhati Roy, author and winner of the 2022 St. Louis Literary Award, sits down with us to talk more in depth about her life and views on the world.
It Appeared Out of Plein Air at Angad Arts Hotel
It Appeared Out of Plein Air is the new quarterly exhibit at Angad Arts Hotel featuring plein air paintings by Jodie Maurer and Andrea Vadner.
Life Lessons and the Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings
When you think of orchestra and strings, you may not think about rock, fusion, and jazz. But that’s just what the Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings incorporates into their performances through the St. Louis revision.
Nanjing & St Louis
A look at the 40 Plus Year Friendship between Nanjing, China & St Louis