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Spotlight: Architecture, Beer & Photography

In this week’s episode explore history and architecture in St. Louis with artist Dana Levy at the St. Louis Art Museum, take a look inside the Campbell House Museum, learn about new evidence from Washington University School of medicine that suggests current COVID vaccines may be less effective against virus variants, go behind the scenes at Urban Chestnut, then go behind the lens with women photographers and the International Photography Hall of Fame, and learn about green burial at Bellefontaine Cemetery.

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Spotlight: Firehouses, Cartoons & Concerts

In this week’s episode explore the pages of a new book, from Reedy Press, featuring photos of old St. Louis firehouses; learn about studies being conducted that look at how flu and MMR vaccines may help protect children and adults from severe COVID cases; discover the history of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Weatherbird and St. Louis cartooning; learn how you can help support St. Louis’ concert scene and everyone that makes it possible, and enjoy a special performance from Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon.

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Spotlight: Teen Book Festival, Cortex & Stained Glass Art

In this week’s episode learn about the Teen Book Festival taking place April 8 – 18th; discover beautiful stained glass art created right here in St. Louis; meet the new leader of Cortex, Sam Fiorello; explore MADE art at Foundry Art Centre; hear a moving story about two congregations of different faiths sharing space; and enjoy Amazing Grace from the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Songs of America series.

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Spotlight: Celebrating Women, Pain-Free Disease Testing & Muny U

In this week’s episode learn the stories behind an art exhibit created to celebrate immigrant women, explore Beyond the Ballot at Missouri History Museum along with an interview from author Katie Moon about the supplemental book, hear the story behind St. Louis based Karuna Whole Plant Wellness Drinks, discover a nearly-pain free way to test for diseases, and learn how The Muny is bringing theater professionals into the classroom virtually with Muny U.

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Spotlight: To Selfie or Not to Selfie, Katy Trail Beautification, Walking Forest Park

In this week’s episode learn how one Washington University study finds that you may want to avoid taking pictures, explore an audio map of St. Louis, hear from Masuma Ahuja author of “Girlhood: Teens Around the World in Their Own Voices, learn how the Katy Trail is being made even more beautiful with the help of Forest ReLeaf of Missouri, explore artwork by 44 local students at Art Saint Louis, discover some of Forest Parks hidden gems through a book by Reedy Press, and enjoy some gypsy jazz from Dizzy Atmosphere.

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Spotlight: Live From the Sheldon, Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine Clinical Trials & Real-World Business for Students

In this week’s episode step into author Anna North’s alternate old west, learn how local students are learning real-world business virtually, dive into the latest exhibit at the World Chess Hall of Fame about chess prodigies, watch our Emmy Award-winning story about the art of airplane propellers, learn about pediatric COVID vaccine trials taking place in St. Louis, and enjoy world-class music from you couch with Live From the Sheldon.

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Spotlight: Missouri Teacher of the Year, BioSTL Prepares for Next Pandemic & St. Louis in Watercolor

In this week’s episode meet Missouri’s teacher of the year and learn his remarkable story, hear from author Tom Vanderbilt about his quest to learn five new life skills in the course of one year, discover how BioStL is positioning St. Louis to become a global leader when the next pandemic hits, explore Mombie Magic at the Houska Gallery, get the scoop on Clementine’s Naughty and Nice Creamery, and enjoy St. Louis in Watercolor.

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Spotlight: Walter Mosley, COVID-19 Nasal Vaccine & Art & Global Change

In this week’s episode enjoy a one-on-one conversation between suspense author Rachel Howzell Hall and Suspense writing legend Walter Mosley about his latest book from the Easy Rawlins detective series, hear about the progress being made on a nasal vaccine produced by St. Louis startup, discover the remarkable mission behind the Bridge Bread Bakery, explore the intersection between art and some of the world’s most pressing issues at Laumeier Sculpture Park, learn the story behind Modern American Dance Company 40th Anniversary dance, “Freedom.”

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Spotlight: Extraordinary Black Missourians, Gateway Pet Guardians & Terra Cotta Sculptures

In this week’s episode learn about some extraordinary black Missourians throughout history, visit the Gateway Pet Guardians new home, take a look inside The African Cookbook, explore the terra cotta sculptures at Craft Alliance, hear from late civil rights icon Sister Mary Antona Ebo, and enjoy an impromptu performance by blues legend Bobby Rush.

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Spotlight: Love, Art & Mars

In this week’s episode meet young entrepreneur Mikey Wren, discover how banging pots is make a difference, explore a new exhibit at the Foundry Art Centre, learn about an unlikely romance between a black nurse and a German P.O.W. in World War II, hear about why the upcoming Mars rover landing is so dangerous and St. Louis’ connection to it, enjoy Printin’ at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild and fall in love with Marilyn Maye this Valentines Day.

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Things to do in St. Louis

  • 1. Buzz Spector: Alterations. Read More
  • 2. Mummies of the World The Exhibition. Read More
  • 3. Collective Impact – Artwork for Equity. Read More
  • 4. Stories of Resistance at CAM. Read More
  • 5. 26th Annual St. Louis Jewish Film Festival. Read More
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