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…
Churches, VFW halls, American Legion posts and other places fry up untold tons of fish every Friday between Ash Wednesday and, in some cases, …
Aldermen approved a letter of intent to accept the donation of the home, but it has until May 25 to research the decision.
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.
Bonner, 67, has served at the zoo helm for 19 years, where he's overseen millions of dollars in improvements.
World War II veteran Edwin “Ed” Echelmeyer enters first art showing to honor his late wife.
In response to coronavirus surge, the Rep will delay its return to the stage, but "Mlima's Tale" is still scheduled for May.
The 103rd season, with dates shifted about a month later than usual, includes “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” (July 5-11), “Disney and Camer…
The Kent Family Conservation and Animal Science Center will be located at the St. Louis Zoo WildCare Park.
Amy Sherald's first individual show was two years ago at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. It included "The Bathers," which just sold at auct…
Jessica Baran of St. Louis has received an Andy Warhol Foundation grant of $30,000 for her short-form writing.
The first concert of the orchestra's new chamber series is a hit
“It was an immense joy to be back at my musical home in St. Louis and to make music with the incredibly talented musicians of the SLSO this mo…
First the strings; then the woodwinds step up in concert at Powell Hall.
A winterlong "virtual season" will precede an outdoor festival season.
The theater operates out of the J’s Staenberg Family Complex in Creve Coeur.
Artistic director Philip Barnes explores what makes the chorus special, in six programs.
As director Brent Benjamin readies for retirement, the institution looks at additional challenges.
After 20 years with Benjamin at helm, museum will start search for new leader.
The audience will be seated on the open lawn area in front of the stage, so be sure to bring a lawn chair.
Those who work in the live events industry are bringing attention to their plight, and urging Congress to pass the RESTART Act