Spotlight: Violinmaker, Spirits Expedition & Inspiring Educator

    In this week’s episode, fine dining in a casual setting, how this local restaurant made it into The New York Times; one woman’s journey to complete Missouri’s craft distillery adventure and what she earned at the end; the rich history of St. Louis rowing; the Saint Louis Science Center’s hands-on exhibit about engineering and architecture; how one local STEM educator inspires her students; and meet a man who hand crafts beautiful violins.

    STL Made: Impeccable Taste
    Craig and Mowgli Rivard are making a mark in Fox Park with their Brooklyn-inspired, modern neighborhood restaurant, Little Fox. For more stories like this one visit

    Missouri Spirits Expedition: One Woman’s Journey to Complete Missouri’s Craft Distillery Adventure
    Missouri has a spirits trail just like Kentucky or Tennessee – but those who embark on the Missouri adventure learn there’s more to it than whiskey or bourbon.

    History Spotlight: STL Rowing Clubs
    St. Louis has a history of over a dozen rowing clubs, many with elaborate boathouses along the Mississippi and several with Olympic medals to their name.

    Dream It. Build It. at the Saint Louis Science Center
    Dream It. Build It. is a new exhibit at the Saint Louis Center that allows visitors to explore STEM.

    Innovative Greenville Jr High School Science Teacher Jackie Blumer Makes Learning Exciting
    Award winning and Innovative Greenville JR High School Science Teacher, Jackie Blumer, engages students with creative, team building and hands on learning.

    Behind the Creatives: Violinmaker
    Geoffrey Seitz makes violins by hand out of his shop in St. Louis. He’s been doing it for 45 years and is still going strong.