In this week’s episode, the unforgettable true story of a 9-year-old’s solo migration to the U.S., a preview of the new Wildcare Park by the Saint Louis Zoo, two new solo exhibits by nationally recognized sculptors at Duane Reed Gallery, why one Wash U professor and doctor recommends COVID boosters for all leading into the holidays, a look back at some of the most prolific writers to ever live that have called Missouri home, and soul artist turned community facilitator, Brian Owen’s helps lift up young creatives in St. Louis.
Solito: The unforgettable true story of a 9-year-old’s solo migration to the U.S.
In his memoir, “Solito”, Javier Zamora recounts his harrowing 3000 mile journey from El Salvador to the United States in the voice of his nine-year-old self.
Zoo WildCare Park Preview
The Saint Louis Zoo will be opening WildCare park in 2027. The new park will have free-range animals while the human visitors look out from enclosed vehicles.
Beverly Mayeri and Kensuke Yamada at Duane Reed Gallery
Duane Reed Gallery is currently hosting two new solo exhibits by nationally recognized sculptors Beverly Mayeri and Kensuke Yamada.
COVID-19 Bivalent Vaccine Booster Before Holidays to Prevent Spread of Infection to Family Members
The new COVID-19 bivalent boosters target recent Omicron variants that are more transmissible and immune-evading.
Missouri Writers: 200 Years of Talent
The state of Missouri has produced the most prolific writers to ever live. Their work reflects the state and it’s people.