'Unveiled' Discusses Discrimination Against Muslims In...09/26/14
For the last five years, playwright Rohina Malik has performed her one woman play, "Unveiled." The play focuses on the lives of five Muslim women in the...
Steve Potter Reflects On The Closing Of St. Louis’ Oldest Gay Bar
Clementine’s, in St. Louis’ Soulard neighborhood, opened in 1978. It is the oldest gay bar in the area. On Monday, the owners will pour their last drink...
Martin Sheen Kicks Off St. Louis Speaker Series
Actor Martin Sheen will kick off this year’s St. Louis Speaker Series on Oct. 7. “I’m going to reflect on my career as an actor, but also as an...
#WithNormandy Concert Organizers Want To Help Community Heal
“We are all one in song,” said Duane Foster, which is the idea behind Sunday’s #WithNormandy: A Concert for Peace and Unity. The Normandy High School...
St. Louis Virtuoso Launches Guitar Society Season
Guitar virtuoso Douglas Niedt never really thought about making a living by playing the guitar; it just happened. “My dad learned the guitar when he...
‘West Wing’ Star Martin Sheen Looks Back 15 Years Later
On Sept. 22, 1999, a drama about life in the West Wing of the White House debuted on NBC. In advance of his appearance in St. Louis in October, actor...
‘Lovely Friendship’ Backbone To Album
Soprano Elizabeth Futral and composer Philip Lasser can thank pianist Margo Garrett for their friendship, which spans nearly a decade. “There was a...
Thousands Expected For Jazz And Blues Festival
Webster Groves’ largest music festival returns for a 14th year Saturday. “Great musicians continue to develop here, and it’s really wonderful to give...
Rep Opens Season With Larger-Than-Life Comedy
“One Man, Two Guvnors” is part British comedy, part chaos. “It runs like a mix between rock ’n’ roll show and a bit stand-up comedy and improv because...
Shakespeare In The Streets Finds Inspiration In Desegregation Program
Each Shakespeare in the Streets production starts the same way: Interviewing people in the community where the play will be performed. “We never know...
Sound Bites: St. Louis Sommeliers Debunk Wine Myths
It turns out wine may not be as highfalutin as many believe. Wine has only been part of American culture for the last 30 years, sommelier Patricia...
St. Louis Symphony Kicks Off Season-Long Party Tonight
When the St. Louis Symphony’s 2014-15 season starts tonight, it will mark music director David Robertson’s 10th season. To celebrate, he’s throwing a...
Plein Air Artists To Paint Riverfront City
Artists are heading to the small Pike County city of Louisiana, Mo., to paint the town. On Sept. 13, Louisiana will host its third plein air event. “En...
LouFest Returns To Forest Park
LouFest returns for its fifth year at Forest Park this weekend. The festival features big-name headliners Outkast, Cake and Arctic Monkeys, as well as...
Brewer, Martin To Debut Work At 9/11 Commemoration
Soprano Christine Brewer, jazz pianist Peter Martin and jazz vocalist Denise Thimes will perform Sunday with ensembles from various faith communities...
Ferguson Events Inspire Artist Mary Engelbreit
St. Louis artist Mary Engelbreit is known for her quaint illustrations, often with cheerful slogans. “It’s a pretty cute business I’m in,” she said. On...
St. Louis Artists Respond To Ferguson With Chalk
A group of artists are using chalk to inspire conversations about the shooting death of Michael Brown. #ChalkedUnarmed draws chalk outlines of people on...
Trebor Tichenor Memorial Concert Set For Sunday
On March 7, the entire Cityscape program was devoted to a remembrance of ragtime pianist and scholar Trebor Jay Tichenor who died in February. Tichenor...
#FergusonReads Explores Race, History In St. Louis
To try to understand what led to the turmoil in Ferguson, the staff of Left Bank Books turned to what they know best: Books. “To show up and protest...
Arianna String Quartet Celebrates 15th Season In St. Louis
Founded in 1992, the Arianna String Quartet (ASQ) moved from Michigan to St. Louis in 2000 and became the Quartet-in-Residence at the University of...
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