Spotlight: New Year’s Resolutions, Inspiring Teacher & Attitude of Grace

    In this week’s episode, a healthy new approach to New Year’s Resolutions; an engaging memoir exploring food, family, and finding your way; an innovative middle school science teacher who makes learning exciting; an art exhibit designed to make you smile; an inspiring teen tells his courageous heart transplant story; and “St. Louis Blues” performed by the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra Music Director Stéphane Denève.

    Healthy New Approach to New Year’s Resolutions Could Mean – Wait Until Spring!
    Instead of a New Year’s Resolution, plan for a spring renewal!

    Fatty Fatty Boom Boom: A Conversation with Rabia Chaudry
    Rabia Chaudry’s new memoir is an engaging exploration of food, family and finding your way.

    Innovative Greenville Jr High School Science Teacher Jackie Blumer Makes Learning Exciting
    Award winning and Innovative Greenville JR High School Science Teacher, Jackie Blumer, engages students with creative, team building and hands on learning.

    Rich Brooks: Art To Make You Smile at Jacoby Arts Center
    Jacoby Arts Center presents a joyful exhibit by the Chairman of Soulard Art Gallery Rich Brooks.

    Jimmy Williams: Attitude of Grace
    A ten-year-old nationally ranked junior golfer from southeast Missouri finds himself questioning if he’ll ever play again after undergoing a heart transplant.

    St. Louis Blues
    This performance was part of SLSO’s Songs of America. To learn more visit