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A Tour of the Old St. Louis Metropolitan Police Headquarters

As the SLPD finalizes its move into its new home on Olive, architecture critic Chris Naffziger tours its old building on Clark, exploring some areas rarely seen by the public. more »

Nov 26, 2014 1:38 PM History

Photograph by Thomas Crone

As Memorabilia Comes Off the Walls and Bands Continue to Play, The Shanti Winds Down Toward Its Final Weekend

One of the most heartfelt little music bars in Soulard prepares to shut its doors for the last time this Saturday. more »

Nov 26, 2014 9:30 AM Music

Photograph by Johannes Jansson, via Wikipedia

The Novel Neighbor: Webster Groves' Newest Bookstore (and Art Gallery, Classroom, and Hangout Spot)

The brainchild of Holland Saltsman, Webster Groves resident, mother, wife, and local business advocate, The Novel Neighbor envisions itself as a versatile enterprise—a bookstore that celebrates books, but many other things as well. more »

Nov 24, 2014 8:21 AM Literary

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SLIFF Documentary Takes an Unflinching Look at the History of the Black Image in America

Thomas Allen Harris’ newest documentary, "Through a Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and The Emergence of a People," is many things: poignant, honest, and, at times, downright painful to watch. more »

Nov 22, 2014 8:00 AM Movie Reviews

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Seven Questions with Bassist Theodore “Teddy” Brookins

Brookings gigs regularly with Steve Ewing, Brothers Lazaroff, Jesse Gannon’s The Truth and Samba Bom. He also pinch-hits for a host of other groups, a solid, first-call choice for acts that run across funk, soul, rock, Americana and more. more »

Nov 20, 2014 9:58 AM Music

The Real Deal: An Interview with Documentarian Doug Pray

Pray's new film, "Levitated Mass," screens this Sunday at the St. Louis International Film Festival, which is bestowing the filmmaker with this year's Contemporary Cinema Award. more »

Nov 20, 2014 9:35 AM Movie Reviews

Pilgrim's Progress: A Look at Two Remarkable St. Louis Shrines

Long a center of the Roman Catholic Church in America, the city possesses numerous pilgrimage destinations located within a short drive of the city. Here are two of the more interesting, both in terms of architecture and notoriety. more »

Nov 19, 2014 11:29 AM History

Fragile Porcelain Mice at Pop's. Photograph by Thomas Crone

Fragile Porcelain Mice Ready Themselves for A Reborn Thanksgiving Tradition

After nearly three years of no live work, the core lineup of Fragile Porcelain Mice will return for its traditional Thanksgiving night show, in the venue that’s been home for a several, recent-vintage FPM gigs, Pop’s. more »

Nov 18, 2014 8:36 AM Music


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  • Whiskey In The Winter, November 22

    The third-annual Whiskey In The Winter featured more than 200 whiskies from around the world along with great whiskey cocktails, whiskey-inspired food stations, and educational seminars from whiskey-industry experts. more »

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