In this week’s episode, a book recounts the long-term effects of radiological exposure in Cold Water Creek, artists use common materials to create conversation about spiritual healing, a group helping startups accelerate agricultural innovation; where you can see the largest collection of antique Mitchell Motorcars, meet two artists you will find on display at the Laumeier Art Fair Mother’s Day weekend, and a male lead inner-city Montessori education program focusing on S.T.E.A.M.
“Echoes of the Hiroshima Bomb in St. Louis” – An Interview with Author Linda C. Morice
In “Nuked,” Linda Morice recounts the effects of radioactive contamination in the St. Louis area, a site of uranium processing for the Hiroshima bomb.
Beyond Belief at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild
The St. Louis Artists’ Guild’s new exhibition series explores spiritual healing through the practice of art.
Solis Agrosciences is Helping Agtech Startups Solve Global Issues by Helping Them Advance R&D
Solis Agrosciences is on the front line of a global issue – food insecurity and the the effort to solve global food challenges and more.
The Largest Collection of Antique Mitchell Motorcars
Lewis Miller, a direct descendant of the creators of these beautiful classic machines, has built this collection over the last few decades. Proudly on display, these well-maintained cars, bikes, and other artifacts are a testament to early American automobile engineering.
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Meet the Artist: Amy Koch
Using paper and a wide assortment of fabrics, artist Amy Koch creates whimsical and sentimental scenes in shadowboxes.
Meet the Artist: Sara Quiroz
Meet Sara Quiroz, a silversmith whose handmade jewelry pairs an antiquated aesthetic with nature inspired elements.
Williams Academy STEAM
Williams Academy in St. Louis is an inner-city Montessori education program focusing on S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics).