Spotlight: Women in Comics, Nasal Spray COVID Vaccine, and Remembering Kim Massie

    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 meet a cartoonist based in St. Louis, learn about an organization ensuring that kids have proper beds, dive into a new book “Atomic Love,” discover a new nasal spray vaccine against COVID in the works, meet the producers behind Lion Forge Animation, and remember songstress Kim Massie.

    Bam! Pow! Women in Comics
    Christina “Steenz” Stewart is a cartoonist based in St. Louis.

    Building Beds for a Better Future
    Sleep In Heavenly Peace is a national movement aimed at making sure each child has a bed to sleep in. Good rest is important for physical and mental growth.

    “Atomic Love” by Jennie Fields: Intrigue, Secrets, Spies and a Love Triangle
    “Atomic Love” by Jennie Fields features a brilliant woman scientist, espionage, and a love triangle set in the beginning of the Cold War.

    Nasal Spray Vaccine Against COVID-19 Prevents Infection in Mice & Moving Closer to Clinical Trials
    Nasal vaccine research shows how the nasal delivery route creates a more widespread immune response than an injection.

    Schankman’s St. Louis: St. Louis-based Lion Forge Animation Brings Diversity to Hollywood
    St. Louis-Based Lion Forge Animation, producers of the 2020 Academy Award winner for Best Animation Short Film is now producing new projects all over the world.

    Remembering Kim Massie
    Enjoy music from mazz/blues/gospel vocalist Kim Massie.

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