Spotlight: The U-Man looks back, teens learning to speak out against injustice & Boys in the Boat

    In this week’s episode, one of the longest serving rock radio DJs is retiring, a local hotel with an extravagant New Year’s menu, a program that empowers teens to speak out against injustice, A New York Times Best Seller turned film about the U.S. 1936 Olympic rowing team, a band that went viral for a snow storm jam session.

    The U-Man Looks Back
    KSHE disc jockey John Ulett looks back at his career before a special retrospective at the Sheldon on February 29th. Tickets are available through Metrotix.

    History Spotlight: Barnum’s Hotel
    It’s tradition to ring in the New Year with good company and good food. Library Assistant Magdalene Linck tells us why the New Year’s menu at the St. Louis Barnum’s hotel was so special.

    Holocaust Museum: Impact Lab
    The Impact Lab inside the Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum is a conversation-based program to reject hatred, promote understanding, and inspire change.

    A Book of Treasures: One on One with Daniel James Brown
    Author Daniel James Brown tells us how he discovered all the informational “treasures” throughout his heartwarming nonfiction “The Boys in the Boat.”

    Meet the Elk Range Band who’s impromptu performance on a Snowy Colorado Canyon Highway went Viral
    Meet Blue Grass Band, Elk Range, who became famous when their impromptu performance on a closed Snowy Colorado Mountain Canyon video went viral worldwide.