Arts & Culture

Kathy Griffin Gets Real About the Decapitated Trump Photo That Changed Her Life and...

When comedian and actress Kathy Griffin posted a photo on social media of her holding President Donald Trump’s decapitated head last year, she had no idea the immense impact it would have on her...

Grateful Dead Tribute Band Forgotten Space May ‘Feel Like a Stranger’ Upon Return to...

When beloved Grateful Dead tribute band Forgotten Space announced it would “cease performing for the foreseeable future” in October 2017, the outpouring of love-driven disappointment from St. Louis deadheads was quickly evident on social...

2Cellos to Perform at Chaifetz Arena on Feb. 21

Gearing up for the October 19th release of new album Let There Be Cello, 2CELLOS announces dates for their 2019 LET THERE BE CELLO TOUR, set to kick off February 5 in Seattle, WA....

Celebrate the Re-Opening of Soldiers Memorial Military Museum With ‘All is Calm: The Christmas...

Around Christmastime in 1914, World War I soldiers defied orders to celebrate the holiday with their enemies in what is now called the Christmas Truce of 1914. In celebration of the November re-opening of Soldiers...

Harry Connick Jr. to Perform at Stifel Theatre on Dec. 20

Harry Connick Jr. announced additional Fall concert dates of the New Orleans Tricentennial Celebration tour that will continue to take him across the U.S. and also London & Paris this year, including a stop...

All You Need Is Love … and to See Rain – A Tribute to...

A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES presents The Best of Abbey Road Live! In celebration of the anniversary of the release of Abbey Road, RAIN will bring the greatest hits to life in addition to all your early favorites. The Celebration...

Laumeier Lights Up With Neon Sept. 27-Jan. 13

Beginning September 27, Laumeier Sculpture Park’s 2018 Kranzberg Exhibition Series will present Memory & Desire: A Personal Exploration of Neon Art, Past and Present, by St. Louis artist David Hutson. The exhibition features newly...

Saint Louis Science Center Rebrands to Help Community ‘Connect with Curiosity’

As the world of science continually evolves, so does the Saint Louis Science Center, which debuted its first rebrand in over a decade in early September. Aiming “to ignite and sustain lifelong science and technology...

Civil Alchemy Celebrates 1st Anniversary on Sept. 21

On Friday, September 21st from 5-8pm Civil Alchemy will celebrate its first anniversary of the opening of its flagship store in the historic Old Orchard neighborhood of Webster Groves. The event will include complimentary...

May’s Place Hosts Night Market in the Grove on Sept. 21

May’s Place, St. Louis vintage boutique, is set to host their third Night Market this year at The Ready Room in The Grove on Friday, September 21, from 6 to 11PM. May’s Night Market...
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