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The four-day residency features performances, discussions and more covering the legacy of civil rights in St. Louis and beyond.
St. Louis-based Atrium Gallery presents 'California Here We Come,' an art exhibition by James Kuiper
The late James Kuiper was most known for his compelling, abstract artwork that masterfully captured the essence and emotion of natural landscapes preserved in his memory.
From career-spanning work by artist Faye HeavyShield of the Kainai (Blood) Nation and Blackfoot Confederacy to the impact of imaginative medieval objects on their environments, these new exhibitions seek to inform and engage.
Gucci is a leader in luxury – and it just opened its only standalone storefront in St. Louis within Plaza Frontenac.
Chef-owner Brandon Gilliam specializes in plant-based fare and is now offering a comfort food-inspired menu for curbside pickup on Cherokee Street in St. Louis.
The Cabaret Project of St. Louis, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, lists its mission on its website as “to support, develop and sustain the art of cabaret and song performance in St. Louis.” Currently, the Cabaret Project partners with Jazz St. Louis on the “Contemporary Cabaret Series,…
Augustin Family artistic director Hana S. Sharif pulls out all of the stylish stops in this highly polished, entertaining production by The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis of one of Dame Agatha Christie’s most famous murder mysteries.
Crisp tailoring and an understated palette give these handsome items for you home a touch of masculine flair.
Laumeier Sculpture Park presents its first large-scale solo exhibition by renowned artist Yayoi Kusama
The compelling installation features 1,000 stainless steel spheres.
The laughs are frequent, with a bit of homespun philosophy added along the way, in this touring production of a 2019 Broadway musical based on the hit 1982 movie, “Tootsie.”
Artistic director Sharon Hunter welcomes back St. Louis acting icon Joneal Joplin, who leads a strong cast in director Hunter’s Midwest regional premiere of this two-act, Tony Award-nominee drama by playwright Bess Wohl.
Bonfiglio delivers a tour de force performance in this one-person, one-act play filled with comedy, drama and a buoyancy for life.