The Muny’s Making Monday Nights Even More Magical for the Second Half of Its Virtual 2020 Season

2 weeks 6 days ago
Starting Monday, July 20, the theater launches the second half of its online season: “The Muny 2020 Summer Variety Hour Live,” five live-streamed, free programs featuring historic footage, news songs and dances, live vocal performances, a game show, behind-the-scenes stories, cast reunion sing-alongs and more.
<span class="co-authors"><a href="/author/amy/" title="Posts by Amy De La Hunt" rel="author">Amy De La Hunt</a></span>

Summer Escapes: The Art Hill Film Series Rolls with a New Format

1 month ago
The Saint Louis Art Museum always nails our collective mood with its choices of summer movies—and this year is no different. The four movies in its At Home Film Series this July are perfect for a much-needed break from reality.
<span class="co-authors"><a href="/author/alive-media-group/" title="Posts by Novel Creative" rel="author">Novel Creative</a></span>

‘Citizen Brown’ Author Talks About Longstanding Patterns of Segregation in St. Louis’ Suburbs

1 month 1 week ago
A July 2 discussion of the newest book by Colin Gordon, who became well known locally a decade ago with "Mapping Decline" about urban planning and policies in the St. Louis region, offers an insightful exploration of inequality and segregation focused around Michael Brown's death.
<span class="co-authors"><a href="/author/alive-media-group/" title="Posts by Novel Creative" rel="author">Novel Creative</a></span>

10 St. Louis Restaurants That Are Open Late

1 month 2 weeks ago
Taco Bell is not your only late-night option for tacos, we promise! You can also find pizza, fried chicken, sandwiches and fries if you're in the mood for quick grub—or charcuterie boards and scallops for a more elevated experience.
<span class="co-authors"><a href="/author/jorie/" title="Posts by Jorie Jacobi" rel="author">Jorie Jacobi</a></span>

Salt + Smoke = Barbecue + Bourbon + Beer

1 month 2 weeks ago
This St. Louis-area restaurant chain from restaurateur Tom Schmidt has hit on the perfect formula for lovers of barbecue, beer, bourbon and camaraderie.
<span class="co-authors"><a href="/author/amy/" title="Posts by Amy De La Hunt" rel="author">Amy De La Hunt</a></span>

Call for Artist Submissions on the Theme of Women, Art and Power

1 month 3 weeks ago
St. Louis-area female artists whose work is a tool for personal expression and empowerment as well as a catalyst for change are invited to submit their work for an upcoming installation at the Missouri History Museum. Inspired by the exhibit “Beyond the Ballot: St. Louis and Suffrage,” which commemorates the centennial of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, the installation will be part of the museum's August programs.
<span class="co-authors"><a href="/author/alive-media-group/" title="Posts by Novel Creative" rel="author">Novel Creative</a></span>

Clementine’s Has the Scoop for All-Natural, Hand-Churned, Creamy Goodness

1 month 3 weeks ago
Clementine's Naughty and Nice Creamery locations (including the newest one in SoHa) are back to their regular hours—just in time for summer!—with seasonal flavors like chamomile-lemon, honeysuckle-buttermilk, jasmine-dragon fruit and white chocolate-geranium (a returning favorite).
<span class="co-authors"><a href="/author/amy/" title="Posts by Amy De La Hunt" rel="author">Amy De La Hunt</a></span>

A Beginner’s Guide as a Black Lives Matter Ally

1 month 3 weeks ago
Seven steps (and hundreds of suggestions) for readers interested in being agents of change within the St. Louis community.
<span class="co-authors"><a href="/author/elizabeth/" title="Posts by Elizabeth Tucker" rel="author">Elizabeth Tucker</a></span>
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