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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

Photograph courtesy of Museum Blue

Behind and Beyond: Paula Wilson's "Back it Up" at Museum Blue

Wilson draws inspiration from a variety of traditions and processes and imparts them with humor, energy, and sensuality. more »

Apr 17, 2015 2:20 PM Visual Arts

Photograph by ProPhotoSTL

Talking to Sleepy Kitty About Being the Pit Orchestra for Upstream Theater's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner"

This unexpected collaboration between St. Louis' music and theater scenes has been a smashing success. more »

Apr 17, 2015 10:03 AM Music

Photography by Dilip Vishwanat

The Electric Youth Orchestra

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Apr 17, 2015 9:20 AM Arts

Photography by Arthur Witman, courtesy of the State Historical Society of Missouri

Snapshot: Sovereign Glory

The Dollar Princess, Princess Flavia, The Student Prince, Circus Princess, Louis the XIV, The Princess Pat: The Muny’s always been fond of kings and queens. This actress’ white wig hints she was in 1944’s The Vagabond King, an operetta... more »

Apr 17, 2015 9:20 AM Arts

Alexander Calder, "Eucalyptus," 1940. Calder Foundation, New York; gift of Andrea Davidson, Shawn Davidson, Alexander S.C. Rower, and Holton Rower, 2010. Photograph courtesy of the Pulitzer Arts Foundation

Grand Revisions: The Pulitzer Arts Foundation Re-opens Its Doors

And it's using its first exhibits as a way to re-introduce us to the space. more »

Apr 17, 2015 9:12 AM Visual Arts

True Story: Who’s the Real Liar Here?

"True Story," adapted from a memoir of the same name, depicts the symbiotic and often fraught relationship between a disgraced journalist and the subject he hopes will help him resuscitate his career: a man accused of murder. more »

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