The beautiful patterns of Javanese batik textiles inspired the “Repeat” theme for next SLAM Underground on Jan. 31.
It's a weekend of parties galore, celebrating birthdays, anniversaries and the Lunar New Year. Plus enjoy the U.S. premiere of the play "Wildfire," the release of a CD by Jackson Stokes and a whiskey tasting.
Combine a songwriter's wild idea for his band with a St. Louis mansion, a blizzard and a dedicated music producer ... and the result is a debut LP titled “Are You Sure You’re Having Fun?”
From its popular weekend brunch (with top-notch breakfast pizzas) to a quick cup of coffee on the go, this neighborhood hangout has what you're looking for.
Warmth, comfort, humor, imagination, confidence: Through their creative ventures, Laura Gallardo, Ben Warlick, Sarah Regan and Buddy Shaw share these qualities with the world.
Brittany Sarhage taught herself floral design while running Rudy's Flower Truck. "Across the world, there are a lot of places where flowers are a love language," she says, and she aims to spread that idea throughout St. Louis—in all seasons.
Dive deep into your interests this weekend, whether you're into World War II history, African-American art, circus performances, fashion, food or local music.
Dangerous Curves Ahead: St. Louis Designer Partners With ‘Project Runway’ Star to Premiere Plus-Sized Dress Collection
Phyllis Brasch Librach and Johnathan Kayne—both of whom know first hand the struggles of shopping for plus-sized fashions that fit well—go bold with runway-inspired formal wear for women confident with their beautiful curves.
Discover more than 3,000 books, incredible vegan treats and quiches and the lost art of conversation at this new coffee shop.
Celebrate St. Louis craft beer—and Urban Chestnut Brewing Company's ninth anniversary—on Jan. 26 at this annual gathering of brewers and beer enthusiasts.
The magical and the occult are currently experiencing mainstream popularity—and this new exhibition, opening Jan. 16, delves into the meaningful space between our rational minds and alternate ways of thinking and being.
Located in a century-old storefront, this New American restaurant from an award-winning chef is both graceful and homey.
Add some sparkle to your winter with Sip Series, the City of Clayton's wine-centric educational experience on Jan. 20 at Herbie's.
This weekend's events are guaranteed to add a spring to your step and substance to your conversations with coworkers come Monday, whether you choose to learn more about theater, music, yoga, literature, beer or Italian fashion.
Find out where to pick up your complimentary copy of Guided: St. Louis, our curated guide to the arts, dining and shopping in Soulard and Benton Park.
Todd Mosby’s clarity of vision led him to invent an entirely new instrument: an 18-string hybrid of a guitar and sitar. Hear it live as you journey across continents with Mosby and his New Horizons ensemble in concert on Jan. 16.
Herbie’s—a modern bistro that’s become a neighborhood favorite since relocating to Clayton in 2016—is helmed by the culinary dream-team duo of owner Aaron Teitelbaum and executive chef Ramon Cuffie.
Let this music festival Jan. 16-18 warm up your winter doldrums with its collection of touring artists, longtime local favorites and newcomers to the St. Louis live music scene.
Here's to a more healthy, creative, fulfilling and curious 2020—and some ideas for cultivating those goals this weekend. Plus a sign-up link to our Guided e-newsletter "Monday's Not So Bad After All."
The creative process is as unique as each individual artisan. Here's what inspires Julia Tynes, Melanie Pailer and Emily Gualdoni.