In this week’s episode, a highly decorated storyteller creates a brand new lead character that is a hero known as a fixer, a history lesson on a dangerous racetrack in south city that used to attract tens of thousands of spectators, play video games for free in a local art gallery, Mercy doctors are the first in the state to use pacemakers in a more natural way, meet two artists that will be at the upcoming St. Louis Art Fair, and how one family has turned their tragedy into charity.
Crime & Punishment: Reed Farrel Coleman’s “Sleepless City”
In “Sleepless City,” crime fiction master Reed Farrell Coleman introduces Nick Ryan, a Brooklyn-born cop fighting his own private war.
History Spotlight: STL Motordrome
The St. Louis Motordrome opened in 1912 for board track racing, a highly dangerous motorcycle sport in the early 20th Century.
Art of the Arcade at the Foundry art Centre
The Foundry Art Centre has partnered with Two Plumbers Brewery + Arcade to transform their main galleries into a free playable arcade!
Pacemakers get an upgrade, and a St. Louis woman has resumed her active lifestyle because if it!
Mercy Hospital St. Louis became the first in the state to offer the new, more natural pacing system.
Meet the Artist: Greg Turco
Photographer and Digital Artist Greg Turco explores the notion of nostalgia through his art. He also utilizes digital manipulation of his photos to create stunning and unique images.
Meet the Artist: Gloria McRoberts
Sculptural Weaver Gloria McRoberts uses natural wool in her depiction of natural landscapes, created through a unique self-developed set of techniques.
The Bennett Project: Providing Comfort for the Whole Family
The Bennett Project focuses on the whole family. It provides social and financial support to families faced with the devastation of childhood cancer.