Spotlight: Yoga, Pets, Music and More

    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 we take a look at a local food pantry specifically for pets, how the St. Louis Symphony is helping to educate and entertain kids during shelter in place, how a local church and synagogue are working together and much more. (Click the titles below to watch the individual stories).

    Food Pantry For Pets
    It’s a food pantry for pets! The idea began when two women saw a need and decided to do something about it. Learn more about the Bi-State Food Pantry.

    The St. Louis Symphony’s Virtual Instrument Playground
    The St. Louis Symphony’s hands-on instrument playground, now has a video version, just in time to help parents entertain kids out of school and stuck at home. Learn more about the virtual instrument playground.

    Kids Develop Coping Skills in a Safe Space Through Trauma-Informed Yoga
    Complete Harmony Yoga for Youth specialized is St. Louis’ first trauma-informed yoga for kids who have experienced trauma.  Learn more about trauma-informed yoga.

    The Broadway Coronavirus Medley (RECORDED 3/21, INFO OUTDATED, PLEASE WEAR MASKS!)
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    Jenna Fischer Shares Hollywood’s Secrets
    St. Louis native Jenna Fischer reveals the “nitty gritty” of making it in Hollywood; it took her 8 years in LA to land the role of Pam Beesley on “The Office.” Listen to the Talking to Authors podcast featuring Jenna Fischer.

    A Moving Story
    A local church and synagogue have moved into the same building in U. CIty. And now, they have decided to try sharing a bit of each other’s worlds.

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