One Family Church, which has held Sunday services in the Tivoli for a decade, is purchasing the theater. It will continue to show films.
Here are a few of our staff picks for April 9-15.
Late March always brings the season’s first splash of color to the Missouri Botanical Garden as more than 150 cherry trees put on their pale-p…
Gallery 210 director Terry Suhre explains how the focus of the gallery at UMSL changed since the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson.
Of the many shows he curated over the last quarter century, Suhre pointed to “Taking It To the Streets” from 2017 as particularly noteworthy.
Four kids, a house full of high-schoolers, a teaching job and a marriage might have been enough for most people. But Nancy Harvey also founded…
Churches, VFW halls, American Legion posts and other places fry up untold tons of fish every Friday between Ash Wednesday and, in some cases, …
Here are a few of our staff picks for April 2-8.
The festival features new collaborations, educational opportunities and a variety of musical performances — nine events in all.
Aldermen approved a letter of intent to accept the donation of the home, but it has until May 25 to research the decision.
As SLSO’s 13th music director, Denève has attracted top artists, including his appointment of 10 musicians to the orchestra and the selection…
Tickets must be bought in advance and are limited.
The owner of the cabin, built by Joseph Sappington in 1816, says it's giving the city of Crestwood until Wednesday to come to a decision.
Shows include "Pretty Woman," "Mean Girls," "The Prom" and "Hamilton."
Bonner, 67, has served at the zoo helm for 19 years, where he's overseen millions of dollars in improvements.
"Blue Roses Falling," a new dance piece, will be presented both virtually and in person under Big Top in Grand Center.
Podcasters in (and from) St. Louis are making their voices heard.
A year after the pandemic closed concert halls, live opera returns this weekend.
Laumeier Sculpture Park announced Friday that its annual Mother's Day art fair will be online in May.
Lineup includes 'Chicago,' 'Mary Poppins,' 'Sweeney Todd.'
The temporary exhibit will go in the former Emerson Children's Zoo space.
With the rollout of vaccinations, theater and dance artists are optimistic that in-person performances can resume before the end of the year.