West End Grill & Pub (known as “WEGAP” to its regulars) sports an updated look to accompany both a new chef and a number of new menu items.
The new neighborhood joint showcases vegan comfort food, including pizzas, sandwiches and more, with house-made vegan “meats.”
Carter, who holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from Washington University in St. Louis, has received much recognition and acclaim locally, regionally and nationally – as well as internationally.
Director Lucy Cashion and her cast offer a spirited variation on the tragedy that opens it to contemporary analysis and understanding.
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Story: Summertime – and the commercial living on the Atlantic coast in Massachusetts depends on tourists heading to the beach to soak up the sun and swim away their cares for hours on end in the ocean. So naturally, a life-threatening great white shark is the last thing Amity Island Mayor La…
Having recently graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University, Scott Schoonover applied in 1994 for the post of music director at Union Avenue Christian Church in St. Louis’ Visitation Park neighborhood. He was offered the job in part because of his dream to start an opera company.
The Bellwether, which had a soft opening in June in St. Louis’ Lafayette Square neighborhood, features a seasonal menu of small plates, pastas and more.
Story: Paris has become a dangerous place in 1793, just a few years after the French Revolution of 1789 and at the center of the infamous Reign of Terror of 1793-94, with public executions by guillotine de rigueur.
It’s said that the squeaky wheel gets the grease. In the case of William Roth, founder and producing director of St. Louis Actors’ Studio, contacting notorious playwright and director Neil LaBute several years ago resulted in the two artists realizing they shared a passion for seeing new wor…
Laura Lebeda’s Golden Owl may well prompt a frisson of kineticism in many viewers. That 40- by 30-inch work, created with charcoal and acrylic wash on paper of an unspecified type, seemingly takes the two-dimensional into three dimensions in a pleasantly compelling way.