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Ask country singer and hip hop artist Wild Bill Young about his name, and he’ll tell you that “Wild” isn’t just a stage name. He earned that title way before he began his music career. “I was ... Read more

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Coffee Brand: Intelligentsia. Watch: Classic timepieces. Grooming Product: Facial moisturizer. Clothing Designer: Baldwin, out of Kansas City. Shoes: I’ve been switching between Red Wing boot... Read more

Culture

The Atlantic ’s “A Conversation on Community Health” made its second stop this Wednesday in St Louis as part of its tour of three U.S. cities. The conversation, held in the Regency Ballroom of ... Read more

Health

Take one step into either the River City Casino or the Stadium Sports Bar and Grill at Lumi è re Place Casino , and it’s going to smell like gingerbread. Not just a little, but a lot. The sour... Read more

Dining

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Photograph by Matthias Clamer

Comedian W. Kamau Bell recommends getting a mixed-race baby. “Everybody is getting one, all the cool kids are doing it,” he says. (Easy for you to say, Bell—he already has an 18-month old mixed-r... Read more

Culture

Time-traveling, time-deaf twins. Try saying that five times fast. More than just a tongue twister, this is also a brief summary of the plot of May These Changes Make Us Light , a show by the US LI... Read more

Culture

With Chuck Berry rocking out in the basement of Blueberry Hill, '50s bowlers winking atop the Pin-Up Bowl, and cult classics being projected in packed theaters at the Tivoli, University City buzzes... Read more

Property

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Photography courtesy of the Rock N Roll Craft Show

Rock out with your sock monkeys out November 23 through 25 at the fifth annual Rock N Roll Craft Show in Delmar Loop. The show, tucked inside the Third Degree Glass Factory , is a three-day depart... Read more

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Some Cats: O'Donnell, Dr. Mabuse, Anna Lum, Ryan Harris. Photograph by Whitney Curtis

Rich O’Donnell, artistic director of HEARding Cats Collective, compares the collective’s musical performances to a question. “Did you rehearse the question you asked me?” O’Donnell says. “Becaus... Read more

Culture

“We’re the Sam’s Warehouse of cocktails,” Matt Seiter says with a laugh. Yeah, no kidding. Seiter (left) is a mixologist and manager of Sanctuaria, a cocktail bar in the Grove, that boasts over 200... Read more

Dining

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Courtesy of Laumeier Sculpture Park

The story of the Pruitt-Igoe housing project is a murky spot in the history of St. Louis. First completed in 1955, this housing project in North St. Louis quickly became the notorious site of pov... Read more

Culture

The New City School is making some noise in the local art scene and hosting its second Craft OutLoud! Art Fair in the Central West End. Area artists will set up booths inside the school, and sell... Read more

Culture

Let’s face it — in a business world, very few of us have free time. Hobbies get placed on hold, Fido doesn’t get taken for a walk as often as he would like, and the Gerbera daisies on you... Read more

Design

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Dutchtown Harvest Festival 2011

To celebrate the second annual Food Day, the Downtown Dutchtown Business Association (DT2) is throwing its second Dutchtown Harvest Festival October 14, from 11 a.m.– 5p.m. in Marquette Park. ... Read more

Culture

Fern & Sycamore, a new store that opened Saturday Sept. 22 in Washington, Mo., keeps things local by offering only American-made products. The store carries unique gifts, made more unique by the fa... Read more

Design

Ever wonder what it’s like to hang glide among migrating cranes? Or hand-feed the tiny chick of an endangered bird species? The Saint Louis Science Center offers visitors these opportunities, ... Read more

Culture

Six thousand, three hundred and forty-six performances have graced the stage at the Fox Theatre since its reopening in 1982, but what owner Mary Strauss remembers most is a helicopter being lowered... Read more

Culture