Director Robert Ashton coaxes agreeable performances from his trio of stalwart actors in the debut presentation of Albion Theatre, a shrewd choice of the comedy “Heroes.”
New artistic director Rebekah Scallet begins her tenure with this handsomely staged production of the first world premiere in the 24-year history of New Jewish Theatre.
“My wife has always loved cooking, and now I get to have my favorite food anytime and share it with everybody,” Donnal Chung says of his wife Frances Pham's light and healthy Vietnamese cuisine.
The interactive exhibition "Coloring STL" aims to engage visitors through a community art project that pays homage to the unique, historical architecture of St. Louis.
Learn a new skill or craft with metro area classes in pottering, glassblowing, gardening, flower arranging, painting, photography, woodworking and other interests.
There’s no place like HOME, explains the Miles Davis aficionado who saved the East St. Louis property where he lived during his childhood.
Gayle Seay, the troupe’s artistic director, directs this seamless version with a carefully modulated approach, taking full advantage of choreographer Dena DiGiacinto’s strong and striking moves.
“Ain’t Too Proud” is filled with the smooth music, savvy lyrics and stylish moves that became trademarks of The Temptations, especially under the guidance of Motown founder Berry Gordy.
The Black Rep opens its 2022-23 season with a superb production of a fascinating drama by playwright Carlyle Brown, which he based on actual historical events.
LN’s resident sommelier recommends the 2018 Coastal Cuvée from Brandborg Vineyard & Winery in Oregon.
SugarBot Creamery, a soda fountain and ice cream parlor by SugarBot Sweet Shop’s Jackie and Mark Huebbe, offers phosphate sodas, house-made frozen treats and other delightful desserts.
A Girl Scouts Gold Awardee and graduate of Ladue’s Mary Institute and Saint Louis Country Day School launched a creative outlet for young people in foster care to promote self-expression and mental health stability through a partnership with the Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition.
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis opens its 2022-23 season with a new version of playwright Madhuri Shekar’s 2019 drama, “House of Joy,” a production visually stunning in its technical execution.
MTC has achieved significant accomplishments in its 50-year history. The troupe’s anniversary will be celebrated during its 2022-23 season.
“I just want people to know that authentic Mexican food is more than just Tex-Mex,” co-owner Yolanda Soriano says. “I’m excited to bring my version of Oaxacan food to St. Louis … ”
Rae Marcel has opened a new studio in Edwardsville, where she captures everyday people in editorial style as they honor life’s milestones.
Union Avenue Opera closes its 2022 season, a triumphant return to its home at Union Avenue Christian Church, with a handsome, engaging rendition of this Tony Award-winning musical written by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler.
“In the last couple of years, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the way in which stories serve us as everyday folks,” B.J. Parker reflects ahead of the exhibition, as he prepares large-scale narrative paintings for viewing.
Chef-owner Heena Chopra introduces people to the vibrant flavors of her hometown, New Delhi in Northern India, at her Bridgeton-based eatery, featuring a traditional Indian takeout counter.
Since midsummer, Bree Maniscalco has been preparing to hit the figurative projection booth of the St. Louis metro area’s most distinguished institution focused on film.
Joe Edwards’ landmark Blueberry Hill – one of the metro area’s finest nexuses for casual food, informal fun and popular music – is enjoying its golden jubilee in fine style.
Mononymous director Keating and the lively SATE cast kept this world-premiere effort by Courtney Bailey cruising along, despite too many overly wrought bumps in the road, delivering moments of fitful laughter and scenes of thoughtful consideration.
The St. Louis-based Prism Theatre Company presents a sparkling world premiere of Lisa Dellargiarino Feriend’s two-act play at Kranzberg Black Box Theatre in the Grand Center Arts District neighborhood.
This new express espresso stop offers convenience with its caffeinated beverages and specialty drinks.
“We plan to stay loyal to the vibe and essence that helped establish Bar Les Frères as an iconic St. Louis restaurant,” says Tara Gallina, co-owner of Take Root Hospitality – the team behind Vicia, Winslow’s Home and Taqueria Morita. “But we’re looking forward to bringing our own style to the restaurant as well, starting with a new name and incorporating a playfully innovative take on French fare and our signature service experience.”
Metro area artists and photographers share inspirations and insight into the current challenges they face in their field.
In preparing for the 2022-23 season, local theater companies The Midnight Company, New Line Theatre, SATE and St. Louis Actors' Studio have faced challenges even beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
The movers and shakers behind local favorites The Factory, Jazz St. Louis, The Sheldon and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra are taking performances to a world stage while fostering the next generation of musical talents.
Dance St. Louis celebrates the diversity and brilliance of American and international dance, and The Big Muddy Dance Company undergoes a major evolution with the naming of Kirven Douthit-Boyd as its new artistic director.