Featuring ethically sourced apparel from acclaimed designers and custom leather accessories crafted in house, Serge Patel’s shop’s is outfitting customers across the heartland and beyond.
It's LGBTQ Pride Weekend, and neighborhoods across St. Louis are celebrating inclusiveness while acknowledging a sometimes rocky history. Other weekend highlights: a 19-year-old mixtape prodigy, a convergence of 20 theater groups and an L.A.-based artist's talk about modern portraiture and identity.
After several years in the making, this laid-back local brewery finally opened its doors in The Grove in November 2018, and St. Louis beer-lovers are still rejoicing.
Searching for a different way to enjoy the great outdoors this summer? St. Louis' parks and iconic open-air spaces offer affordable yoga classes al fresco, for beginners as well as experienced practitioners.
From Shaw to Downtown and North County to South County, St. Louis has a wealth of free live music to be enjoyed by families, friends and music fans alike this summer.
Nashville-based musician Andrew Leahey has altered his Americana sound for his latest album, "Airwaves," which he will play for St. Louis fans on July 6 at Atomic Cowboy.
Planning to visit PrideFest June 29-30 in St. Louis? Read on for insights into neighborhood hotspots, historical sites and little-known facts about the city's LGBTQIA community.
This weekend, support local talent at several music and arts festivals, dress to impress for an outdoor summer party, see two unique live performances, and more.
Packed with electrolytes, nonalcoholic WellBeing Victory Wheat is quickly becoming the post-workout recovery go-to for athletes who want to hydrate and celebrate at the same time.
How well do you know Missouri's collection of craft distilleries? The new Missouri Spirits Expedition from the Missouri Craft Distillers Guild takes intrepid drinkers—both versed and unfamiliar—on a tour of the best liquors in the state.
"Art is so life-giving,” says one former SWI student. “Writing and other forms of art often have to be practiced on the margins of people’s lives, and this program allows people to put that front and center for a few weeks. And the dividends that it can pay in terms of knowledge about craft and awareness about audience—you can use that for months and years afterward." SWI runs July 12-26 at Washington University.
This July 12 outdoor party showcases the Clayton restaurant's laid-back side, with live music, summer food favorites and seasonal cocktails.
A truly unique bar, HandleBar has become a nightlife favorite since its inception nine years ago.
Memoirist Charles Blow survived a harrowing childhood in one of the poorest parts of Louisiana. Now his redemption becomes an innovative new piece that premieres this season at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis.
The hallowed venue has allocated $50 million of its $100 million capital campaign to renovate the theater and stage, affording it the flexibility to produce a wider range of shows with plenty of pizzazz.
Most of us caught a wonderful case of Blues fever these past few weeks ... and how better to recover than to celebrate the many free markets, concerts, parties and historical commemorations St. Louis has to offer.
Writers of all experience levels benefit from the personal attention and constructive feedback at these courses, offered July 12 to 26. Creative nonfiction instructor Sylvia Sukop describes how she uplifts and instills confidence in every writer who attends her course via discussions of both craft-related topics and universal ideas like truth and accountability.
When greenery, flowers, decor and books collide, the result is magical, otherworldly and inspiring—and yours for the taking at this Clayton Road shop.
A St. Louis staple for more than five years, Blueprint Coffee recently opened up a new location in Lindenwood Park.
After opening in 2010, this no-frills venue with top-notch acoustics has become a critical player in St. Louis' entertainment scene.