HEC Media’s Spotlight program airs every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. on Channel 11, and showcases St. Louis’ finest contributions to art, education, and culture.
In this week’s episode, Sinkable, a new book, tells the story of the Titanic after it sank and the men who tried to find and recover it; a annual day of service performed by thousands of volunteers in honor of 9/11; the @Historic Shaw Art Fair celebrates it’s 30th season, a new blood test offers early detection of hard to diagnose cancers; tour the new murals created by local and international artists in the Grand Center district; a woman using the power of storytelling to build bridges of peace; and the Interfaith Youth chorus performs a lively rendition of “Lovely Day.”
First Person One on One: Daniel Stone
Journalist Daniel Stone discusses his new book, Sinkable, which tells the story of the Titanic after it sank, and the men who tried to find it and recover it.
9/11 Day of Service with the St. Louis Area Foodbank
9/11 Day’s mission is to transform 9/11 into a day of service and ask all Americans to do just one good deed on the anniversary of 9/11.
Historic Shaw Art Fair’s 30th Season
For 30 years the Historic Shaw Art Fair has provided the community with a family friendly event featuring artists from around the US and here in St. Louis.
Mercy Offers Innovative Cancer Blood Test for early Detection of More Than 50 Types of Cancer
Mercy is early among health systems to offer an innovative blood test that may detect cancers difficult to diagnose.
The Walls Off Washington
Kranzberg Arts Foundations new initiative The Walls Off Washington contains murals created by local and international artists in the Grand Center district.
The St. Louis Storytelling Festival Presents: Noa Baum
Noa Baum is a featured performer for the 43rd St. Louis Storytelling Festival, which will take place from October 13-22, 2022.
The Interfaith Youth chorus performs a lively rendition of “Lovely Day”
Watch the full 2022 Arts and Faith Concert here.