HEAR: BOB DYLAN
The can't-miss Dada Ball & Bash to benefit CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM ST. LOUIS is coming soon: The sixth edition of the popular biennial event takes place Saturday, May 16, at the Koken Art Factory; and will feature avant-garde cuisine by renowned chef and 'food futurist' HOMARO CANTU, known for his daring creations such as 3-D-printed sushi and an edible menu. Other highlights include a boxing ring for a stage and other surprise entertainment all night long. Serving as honorary 'chair' is pioneering Dadist MARCHEL DUCHAMP (1887-1968). All proceeds support CAM's groundbreaking exhibits and education programs. For ticket information, call Alex Ihnen at 535-0770 x. 213, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next month, visitors to the Missouri Botanical Garden will be able to view a collaborative photography exhibition that offers a rare glimpse into rural and urban life in China.
Rarely seen works by Missouri’s most famous artist soon will be on view at Saint Louis Art Museum. Navigating the West: George Caleb Bingham and the River, running Feb. 22 to May 17, will take visitors on a journey down the rivers of the American frontier through vivid pieces by lauded painter George Caleb Bingham (1811-1879).
The Holocaust Museum and Learning Center will mark its 20th anniversary with a dinner at The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis in August. The Thursday, Aug. 20, event will be themed Remember, Honor, Act: Make a Difference.
You’re never too old to learn: That adage certainly still rings true for these three St. Louisans. Here, discover how they are continuing to follow their dreams and share their life lessons long into their golden years.
And the Grammy goes to... St. Louis Symphony! The recipient of this year's Best Orchestral Performance Grammy Award is the St. Louis Symphony, for its recording of John Adams' City Noir.
Buttons, doilies, toys, garment fragments and more all come together to create surreal, one-of-a-kind artwork by Missouri native Nick Cave. Sixteen total pieces by him currently are on display at the Saint Louis Art Museum.
Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, the International Photography Hall of Fame (IPHF) is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of photography, as well as relevant educational aspects of the art form.
New York's Times Square, which sees more than 360,000 pedestrians every day, is the most visited place in the world. With the proper mindset, a well thought-out plan and a hotel reservation, this crazy destination should be on everyone’s bucket list.
We all like to imagine that we have 'good' taste. For many, it's a true statement; and for some, not so much. There are, however, people who have passed through this world and are the definition of arbiter of good taste: Rachel Lambert Mellon, known as 'Bunny,' was one of those people.
When December becomes icy and dark, the garden may go to sleep for the winter, but my kitchen window showcases the flurry of activity around our row of bird feeders.
Two local women just returned from Washington, where they joined more than 100 other volunteers from across the country to decorate the White House for the holidays.
Local artist Theresa Disney recently opened The Funhouse Gallery, which will display her work. The first exhibit, The Art of the Circus, features Disney’s circus-themed work, including painted furniture, paintings and 3-D sculptures. Guests at the recent grand opening enjoyed circus-themed drinks and food, as well as a performance by Clownvis Presley.
There are a multitude of ways to find yourself walking in a winter wonderland this time of year. Make the season bright with these family-friendly activities.
Spotlighting a different veteran each month, First Bank and Greater St. Louis Honor Flight kicked off its ‘Tribute to the Greatest Generation’ program by recognizing World War II veteran Robert Bareford during a recently St. Louis Blues game. Fans enjoyed a video honoring Sgt. Bareford, and cheered as, in uniform and with four generations of family members, he waved to the crowd on the jumbotron. Each time the Blues score first during a game this season, First Bank will donate $104 to Greater St. Louis Honor Flight.
A St. Louis holiday tradition is making its 'entrée' onto The Touhill stage this month: Saint Louis Ballet's production of The Nutcracker is set for 10 performances, from Dec. 18 to 23.
Nonprofits across St. Louis are celebrating a milestone in years of service to the community. Here, we highlight their past contributions and future philanthropic plans. Join LN in wishing them a happy anniversary—and many more! Cheers!
The St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum has unveiled its first-ever temporary exhibit: Stan Musial: 'The Man' Off the Field. Displays include artifacts from the Cardinals, as well as items on loan from the Musial family.
The tones of the first and second halves of 2014 are polarized. Jubilees at the start of the year that celebrated the city’s 250th anniversary sharply contrasted against the confrontations resulting from what happened in Ferguson in late summer.
Jean and Dick Edmonds preside over the exhibit's ribbon-cutting, while members of the Musial family and Cardinals president Bill DeWitt III look on.
To kick off the Saint Louis Art Museum’s new exhibit, Atua: Sacred Gods from Polynesia, George Nuku led a ceremony in the museum’s East Wing to prepare the space for the sacred objects that will be on display. Atua are a concept embedded in ancient Polynesian culture, and these sacred artworks are believed to be deities and the spirits of ancestors.
Next year marks 60 years for the Women of Achievement Award, the longest-running program in St. Louis whose sole mission is to honor and recognize volunteer service and leadership by local women. Nominations are now being accepted.