Science & Technology

Research to Improve Survival for Patients with a Deadly Brain Tumor & Role of Sex Differences

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis identify a reason why more men get a deadly brain tumor than women.

Science & Technology

NMN Transporter Discovered: New Cellular Fuel Delivery Route for Anti-Aging & Disease Treatments

Mystery solved! NMN transporter is discovered in aging and longevity research that could one day benefit anti-aging efforts and treatment of diseases.


Frames: The Best of the 48 Hour Film Project 2019

Five of the best shorts from this year's 48 Hour Film Project, from fantasy to noir, action to animation.


Talking with Authors: Brad Meltzer “The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington”

New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer LOVES a good adventure. And, that’s all his most recent book was until he ran across some key information while doing research.


Nature Playscape Coming to Forest Park in 2020

An experiential new Nature Playscape is being created on 17 acres in the heart of Forest Park, between the World’s Fair Pavilion and the Jewel Box.

Happening Now

The NEST at St. Louis Public Library

The NEST exhibit at the St. Louis Public Library is a free interactive makerspace for people of all ages


CommunityHappening Now

City County Equity Reform: Political Representation, Criminal Justice

Criminal justice and political representation discussed in FOCUS St. Louis panel event at the Missouri History Museum.


Talking with Authors: Alexis Clark “Enemies in Love: A German POW, a Black Nurse, and an Unlikely Romance”

Author Alexis Clark talks about her new book, Enemies in Love; the true story of a black nurse and a German P.O.W. who fell in love during World War Two.


Talking with Authors: Jenna Fischer “The Actor’s Life: A Survival Guide”

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.”

Things to do in St. Louis

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  • 2. Watercolor International at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild. Read More
  • 3. Striking Power: Iconoclasm in Ancient Egypt. Read More
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