The Tennis Lesson Feature

Match Point: The Tennis Lesson

True to its name, The Tennis Lesson keeps its eye on the ball.

more »

Latest Stories

Ex Machina: The Measure of an (Artificial) Woman

Alex Garland’s auspicious directorial debut, Ex Machina, illustrates the philosophical depth that can be achieved when science-fiction is distilled down to its raw materials. more »

Apr 24, 2015 8:38 AM Movie Reviews

Courtesy of Dance St. Louis

The Top 5 Things to Do This Weekend in St. Louis: April 24–26

This weekend, see talented youth compete at the FIRST Robotics Championship and the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition, celebrate the planet at the St. Louis Earth Day Festival, and more. more »

Apr 23, 2015 11:00 AM , Arts

John Henry Fuseli, "The Shepherd's Dream," 1786. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons

Your Unconscious is Calling: The National Dream Hotline Interprets Your Dreams This Weekend—For Free

Got a flying dream? A naked dream? An I'm-failing-this-math-test dream? The operators at Maplewood's School of Metaphysics are standing by—no credit card needed. more »

Apr 23, 2015 10:16 AM Fairs and Festivals

Image courtesy of Tell All Your Friends

Morning Songs: Talking to Elvis Perkins About "I, Aubaude"

Elvis Perkins has made an extremely arresting and seamless record—his best effort to date. We talked to him about the new disc, among other topics, in anticipation of his show at the Old Rock House on April 29. more »

Apr 23, 2015 8:37 AM Music

IN UNISON Chorus. Photo by Dilip Vishwanat

Lifting Every Voice: IN UNISON Finishes its Season with a Special Concert in Ferguson

This year's IN UNISON season comes full circle, from the chorus' September #HealFerguson concert to Sunday's performance at Greater Grace Church. more »

Apr 22, 2015 12:58 PM Music

Courtesy of The Pulitzer Arts Foundation

The Pulitzer Announces New Director

Cara Starke will be coming from New York's Creative Time, where she served as Director of Exhibitions. more »

Apr 22, 2015 10:12 AM Visual Arts 1 Comments

William K. Bixby Residence. Northeast corner of Lindell and Kingshighway Boulevards. Built 1889. James Stewart, Architect. Photograph by unknown, 1909 Missouri History Museum Photograph and Print Collection.

Destroying the City to Save It: "Lost Buildings of St. Louis" at the Missouri History Museum

The exhibit is a stunning collection of giant reproductions of photographs from the museum’s collection of some of the most—and not at all—famous buildings that St. Louis has lost to demolition. more »

Apr 22, 2015 8:00 AM History

The Pistils at The Venice Cafe. Photograph by Tracy Wynkoop

Why The Pistils' CD Release Show at the Venice Will Become an Important Footnote in the History of St. Louis Rock 'n' Roll

A motorcycle injury. Malfunctioning equipment. The release party for Dave Udell's "Orchids" was looking like a huge disaster, until it became a massively rock 'n' roll gig, touched with a bit of the Venice's magic. more »

Apr 20, 2015 9:14 AM Music 1 Comments


April 27, 2015


April 28, 2015


April 29, 2015


April 30, 2015


May 1, 2015


May 2, 2015


May 3, 2015
  • Email Us
  • Facebook
  • Pinterest
  • RSS
  • Twitter
  • Vimeo
  • YouTube
Sign-up for our free e-newsletters, and you'll never miss a beat.
  • House Call
  • Inside Look
  • On the Burner
  • The Scoop
  • Weekender