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 a sneak peek of the pre-broadway debut of a new musical based on the film The Karate Kid, learn what nonstop flights from St. Louis to Europe mean for our city, discover the little known Battle of St. Louis that is viewed as a critical turning point in the American Revolutionary War, then step inside an exhibit that brings the documentary to life, and learn the history of Jefferson Barracks.
Schankman’s St. Louis: The Karate Kid the Musical part two
For the first time ever, St. Louis is playing host to a pre-broadway tryout for a new musical based on the film The Karate Kid. We get a sneak peek at the show.
NonStop Flights to Europe
For the first time in nearly two decades St. Louis will once again have nonstop passenger airline service to the European continent beginning June 2022.
House of Thunder
Some historians believe the little known Battle of St. Louis was a critical point in the American Revolutionary War, as illustrated in this new HEC documentary.
The American Revolutionary War in the West at the St. Charles County Heritage Museum
Historian/author Stephen L. Kling Jr. discusses the American Revolutionary War in the West exhibit at the St. Charles County Heritage Museum.
Jefferson Barracks: A History
Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis has had a strong military history since 1826, including being the birthplace of the US Calvary and home of the Buffalo Soldiers