Winter Opera Saint Louis waltzes galvanically into its tin anniversary with The Merry Widow.

At Mariscos El Gato, the South Side gets a taste of Mexican cuisine in a style previously unseen on Cherokee Street. 

Whether you’re hosting an event for 50 people or more than 500, Saint Louis Science Center’s Starlite Events can work with you to plan your big day. The company manages an array of events, from weddings to corporate events, at a variety of venues throughout the Saint Louis Science Center.

Story: A creature does its best to shield itself from unknown dangers by building a burrow beneath the ground’s surface. It has stored food and constructed various living quarters within the compound, which it has designed for maximum protection from any and all adversaries.

Story: Pulitzer Prize finalist Dael Orlandersmith was commissioned by The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis to write a play about St. Louis following the fatal shooting of a young black man, Michael Brown Jr., by white police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson in August 2014, and the resulting e…

Just in time for Halloween, Stray Dog Theatre revives the cult classic, The Rocky Horror Show, and does so in a big, splashy and rowdy manner. 

Add a bit of South Pacific sun and fun to your fall with these three drinks incorporating pineapple rum.

Maplewood’s barbecue-and-burrito stand, the Q-Shack, recently took on a new brick-and-mortar form in Dogtown, The Red Shack.

Story: Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir contemplates the options available to her in 1973 when Israel is attacked by Egypt and Syria on Yom Kippur, the holiest day in the Jewish calendar. For the ensuing three weeks, Mrs. Meir leads her nation in a taut war with its enemies while she negoti…

Both taut and teaching in its execution, Suspended is a thoughtful variation on an ages-old story of revenge under Linda Kennedy’s studied direction.