Story: Six comic vignettes comprise two acts of humor. In Sure Thing, a man meets a woman in a coffee shop, where their dialogue is altered continually until they finally ‘click’ into a mutual attraction. Words, Words, Words focuses on a trio of chimpanzees placed before typewriters by a research scientist who is monitoring whether, given enough time, they can write Hamlet.
Meghan Christina Blase and Charles Brian Flynn
This 5-bedroom, 6-full and 1-half bathroom home in St. Albans is listed for $3.96 million.
It's officially fall: School is in full swing, sweaters are coming out and thoughts turn to pumpkin-carving and apple-picking. I know it's fall for another reason: At the cineplex, the film previews have turned to all things sinister. You know what I mean. The trailer starts off with a girl entering a long, abandoned attic, and pulling drop cloths off Victorian furniture. Then she comes across an old charm/mirror/clock/masque and the violent montage begins. After a few lines of dialogue explaining the premise--the man murdered a dozen girls then disappeared/they thought she was a witch and burned her home with her in it/he walked into the old mine one day and never emerged—the credits pop up. Brace yourself. Then, there's one final scary shot of a face with yellow eyes (or a dead body sitting up). Yeah, yeah.
When The Good Pie announced that it was leaving its original location for new digs a while back, there was some concern that the move might impact the restaurant's specialties. Turns out any worrying was for naught, as we discovered on a recent visit.
Once upon a time, there was a little house on a big prairie, and practically everyone was a ‘Green Gourmet.’ People, for the most part, lived green and ate green. This way of life was the focus of the celebrated series of books, affectionately known as the Little House books, by Laura Ingalls Wilder—only Wilder didn’t know to call it ‘green’ when she decided to record her family’s stories from the late-1800s.
Need a lift to the North Pole this holiday season? For the first time ever, The Polar Express Train Ride is coming to town, departing from St. Louis Union Station beginning in late November.
Dan Tramelli, Henry Elbert
Julia Lund, Kelley Lewis, Jen Palubiak
Francine and Simon Katz, Barbara Landesman
Anne Miller, Alison Fick
Barbara Landesman, Lindsay Bush
Ross Woolsey, Laurie Miller
Jono Hiemenz, Alexis Willson, Steven Palubiak
Pele Childress, LaVanna Wrobley
Ray and Gwyn Thorpe, John Grote
Scott Bush, Kent Reynolds
Francine and Simon Katz
Erica Leisenring, Jonathan Wolff, Nina Wuestling
Mike Berin, Pam Qualy, Byron Francis
Alison Fick, Muriel Smith
Marc and Holly Goldfarb
Nancy and Aaron Novack