In this week’s episode, the author of “The Silver Linings Playbook” discusses his latest novel and the healing power of community and the arts; a cardiologist offers advice on how to keep your heart healthy; the Orchid Show returns to the Missouri Botanical Garden after a three year hiatus; a diner where the staff is mean to you on purpose; experts at the Butterfly House tell us about the crazy ways bugs meet and mate; and fall in love with Jane Monheit.
From Darkness to Light: A Conversation with Matthew Quick
“The Silver Linings Playbook” author Matthew Quick discusses his latest soul-baring novel “We Are the Light” and the healing power of community and the arts.
Are Dark Chocolate and Red Wine Truly Good for Your Heart? Consider a Heart-Healthy Valentine’s Day
Couples can take care of each other’s hearts on Valentine’s Day by choosing heart health as something to work on together.
Orchid Show Returns to Missouri Botanical Garden
For the first time in three years the Missouri Botanical Garden is once again hosting their annual Orchid Show.
Karen’s Diner STL
St. Louis is the first U.S. location for the Australian-based Karen’s Diner. Customers can expect insults and deliberately rude service, just like a “Karen.”
Eat, Prey, Love: Dating and Love in the Bug World
Love is strange, but it can be deadly for many bugs. Experts at the Missouri Botanical Gardens’ Butterfly House tell us about the crazy ways bugs meet and mate.
I’m In Heaven
See more of Jane Monheit’s performance here.