In this week’s episode, a look at some of the authors participating in the 44th Annual St. Louis Jewish Book Festival, why GlobalSTL is recruiting high-growth international companies to STL, explore the conversation between art and nature at Laumeier Sculpture Park, a recent study shows veterans are less willing to seek treatment for mental health than physical health, author and veteran Jared Alexander talks about being raised on war, the inspirational story of a true American Hero and WWII veteran, and a beautiful rendition of Amazing Grace by the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and Kennedy Holmes.
St. Louis Jewish Book Festival Celebrates it’s 44th Year
It’s a festival that celebrates books as they bring in 30 authors from around the country to talk about the story behind the story!
GlobalSTL is Engaged With Companies Worldwide to Expand the St. Louis Innovation Economy
GlobalSTL focuses on companies that match St. Louis’ strengths in agriculture/food, health care, security, fintech, and industrial technologies.
Forest Through the Trees at Laumeier Sculpture Park
Laumeier Sculpture Park’s latest exhibit Forest Through the Trees explores the conversation between art and nature.
Veteran Health Study
Study shows veterans less willing to seek treatment for Mental Health than physical.
Volunteers: Growing Up in the Forever War, A Conversation with Jared Alexander
In this passionate and provocative memoir, Jerad Alexander takes readers inside the increasingly closed culture that creates our warriors.
Hero: Adolphus Thaddeus Watson, WWII Veteran
This is the inspirational story of a true American Hero and the last surviving WWII soldier of the U.S. Army 351st Artillery Unit, Adolphus Thaddeus Watson.
This performance was part of SLSO’s Songs of America. To learn more visit slso.org.