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A Lament for Dead Bars: A List of Twenty-One

The following list is one person’s list-and-lament for a variety of nightspots in the city of St. Louis. While far from a comprehensive list, it serves as a reminder that many of our favorite haunts come with an expiration date. more »

Oct 21, 2014 History 5 Comments

Dark and Delicious in the West End: The Saint Louis Arts Alliance's "Black Angels"

This multi-genre feast for the senses is built around an ancient tale told through avant-garde chamber music, fashion, dance, poetry, architecture and inspired food and wine. more »

Oct 20, 2014 Performing Arts

Photography courtesy of Bravo

Q&A: A Conversation With Andy Cohen

In 2012, Andy Cohen wrote about his journey from TV-addicted Clayton teenager to Bravo exec in his memoir Most Talkative. This month, he releases The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year... more »

Oct 17, 2014 Literary

Photography by Rachel Neville

First Stop: Dance Theatre of Harlem

Co-founded in 1969 by Arthur Mitchell, the first African-American principal dancer of the New York City Ballet, and Karel Shook, ballet master of the Dutch National Ballet, Dance Theatre of Harlem was the first all-black classical ballet company... more »

Oct 17, 2014 Performing Arts

Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Music: The Dock Ellis Band

About a decade ago, singer-guitarists Jesse Irwin and Justin Brown were both hosting Noiseday Hootenanny open mics at the old Frederick’s Music Lounge... more »

Oct 17, 2014 Music 1 Comments


Photography courtesy of Jess Luther

Now Playing: I Went to a Show’s Bandcamp Directory of St. Louis Music

Even with plenty of music-intensive blogs in town pointing listeners to worthwhile local bands and labels, it still can be confusing (and maybe a pinch intimidating) to crash through the local-release section of your favorite record store... more »

Oct 17, 2014 Music

Photography courtesy of Anne Dick

The Arts: Belles Lettres

Until she sold her jewelry business in 2007 (at the age of 80), Anne Dick was still designing pieces for fine-art and museum shops all over the country. She writes poetry... more »

Oct 17, 2014 Literary

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

Flashback 1952: The Human Scale

This portrait is a study in gray: dried-out wooden steps and a dirt courtyard, the father’s oil-spattered trousers, the family’s dusty shoes, the tired old pillowcases hanging to dry... more »

Oct 17, 2014 History


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  • Saint Louis Fashion Fund Gala

    St. Louis stylemakers came together at Union Station for the inaugural Saint Louis Fashion Fund Gala. Fashion editor Derek Blasberg and supermodel Karlie Kloss were honored for their contributions. more »

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