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'The Lion King' returns, but it's harder to feel the love

Life moves in a circle, “The Lion King” tells us, and, increasingly, so does studio moviemaking. Read more

Best Bets

Best Bets: 'BrainWorks,' World Naked Bike Ride, Muddfest, 'Jaws,' Margo Price, Diana Ross

Our staff picks the best things to do this week — with a look ahead. Read more

Looking back: Celebrating a dozen years of the World Naked Bike Ride in St. Louis

For the 12th year, St. Louis cyclists will take it all off this Saturday — or as much as they dare — for a 10-mile ride that breezes through neighborhoods including the Grove, midtown, downtown, Soulard, Cherokee Street, South Grand and Tower Grove. Read more

At Bait, the seafood dazzles, but the chef is the star

Ceaira Jackson, who has cooked at SOHO Restaurant + Lounge and Fleur de Lillies, guides the upscale seafood menu in the Central West End.  Read more

The world's tiniest, rarest water lily finds a new home in St. Louis

The Nymphaea thermarum can be seen in hot pools outside the Linnean House and inside the Climatron at Missouri Botanical Garden. Read more

Greg Warren harvests humor in farming for upcoming comedy special

When Greg Warren performs two shows this weekend at the Wildey Theatre in Edwardsville, the St. Louis-area comedian pledges to find the funny in farming. Read more

Philip Bailey's new album keeps the spirit of classic Earth, Wind & Fire

Earth, Wind & Fire mainstay Philip Bailey has released a new solo album, “Love Will Find a Way,” a sweepingly eclectic release that’s sure to be a classic all its own as were most of his group's releases. Read more

Young blues singer Kingfish says he'll help keep the genre going

Christone Ingram, better known as Kingfish, has been the subject of some real blues music chatter lately. The 20-year-old has been cited in blues circles and by Rolling Stone magazine as being “the future of the blues.” Read more

Notable St. Louisans recall memories of 1969 moon landing

Notable St. Louisans shared their memories of the July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 moon landing. Read more

Savor Southwest Illinois - July 25, 2019

Featuring bites from some of the best restaurants in the Southwest Illinois area! Enjoy food samplings, and beer tastings from host venue 4204-Main Street Brewing Company while listening to live music! Don't miss this annual fun summer event celebrating the Southwest Illinois region!


Sweet! Giant honey bears by St. Louis native grace Grand Center building

The street artist, known as fnnch and based in San Francisco, hopes to bring art and a smile to people on their own turf.  Read more

Sterling K. Brown gets (really) cute on Twitter

The St. Louis native and actor tells his son about a recent honor, and the 3-year-old has his own take on it.  Read more

Metro Theater hires former Opera Theatre manager as new boss

Joe Gfaller taking over reins of local troupe in September Read more

Local books moving at YMCA Book Fair in Queeny Park

Reedy Press push is part of annual YMCA Book Fair Read more

Gauguin exhibit shows range of work, but artist seems more controversial than ever

We know what art collectors think of Paul Gauguin’s paintings of Polynesian girls and women. The royal family of Qatar paid $210 million fo… Read more

from Feast Magazine

Yummi Tummi, Formerly Toasty Subs, Offers Poke Bowls and Much More in Maplewood

Two years after opening in Maplewood, Missouri, a neighborhood restaurant continues to add to its set of diverse offerings. Toasty Subs debuted in June 2017, and despite its name, put out much more than just sandwiches. The menu also featured sushi,… Read more

Get It While You Can: Kitchen Kulture's BLT is Back for the Summer at the Tower Grove Farmers' Market

Nothing says summer like a BLT. And St. Louisans know the best place to fill up on the classic sandwich is at Kitchen Kulture’s stall at the Tower Grove Farmers’ Market each Saturday. Read more

Yellowbelly’s Kate Wagoner on Her Love of Seafood, Collaborating with Richard Blais and Exploring St. Louis

If you’ve tried the charred carrots with chimichurri or the seared salmon with Spam fried rice at Yellowbelly, you’ve tasted Kate Wagoner’s work. Read more


BRAND AVE. STUDIOS CONTENT

The Muny

Kick off your Sunday shoes with this 80s favorite. Based on the 1984 Academy Award-nominated blockbuster hit, Footloose will have you wanting to cut loose at The Muny, July 18-24.

Taste of St. Louis

Taste of St. Louis is back downtown, and bigger and better than ever! Sept. 13-15. Visit us on Facebook, twitter and instagram or more info visit TasteSTL.com!

Edibles & Essentials

A small artisan café and market, Edibles & Essentials is a place where you can enjoy mouth-watering, house-made comfort food or more eclectic cuisine over engaging conversation and laughter – ins…

Kimmswick MO

Selected as one the top 100 small town getaways. Come visit one of our 4 Restaurants & over 20 shops. Kimmswick is located 30 minutes south of St. Louis.

Alton Great Rivers & Routes

Alton All Star Restaurant Week. July 13th-22nd. Make your plans now to dine at any of the participating restaurants! RESTAURANT WEEK GLASS GIVEAWAY: Receive a free souvenir Alton Restaurant Week glas…

HopSkeller Brewing Company

A gathering place for laughter, discussion, and the joy of sharing a beer with friends. Hopskeller is a brewery influenced by the beers of Northern England and the Pacific Northwest.

Lindenwood University

The J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts and the Foundry Art Centre proudly present The All Hands on Deck! Show, July 27 at 3:00 PM. Fun, inspiring, dynamic, and sure to tug at the patriotic heartstrin…

Dean's Liquor & Tobacco Store

Over 300 types of beer changing daily • Extensive Whiskey Headquarters • A Large Wine Room • Roll your own cigars & cigarettes

Amigos Cantina

Join us for relaxed Mexican inspired dining with traditional cuisine served in a dining room with warm colors of terra cotta filled with the sounds of salsa music.