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The Monkey Lab Productions, consisting of students from Grand Center Arts Academy, performed text and self-choreographed fight scenes from "Coriolanus" in the Sun Theatre Courtyard as part of last year’s SHAKE 38 event. Photograph by J David Levy

With events ranging from "A Midsummer Night’s Dream"-themed fashion shoot to an extravagant Lose Your Head mixer based on "Henry VIII," the fifth annual SHAKE 38 will once again serve up Shakespeare in weird and wonderful ways. Read more

Theater

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Rev.s Johnson and Lawler. Photograph courtesy of Open Road Communications

Incubate Ferguson connects people to resources for social improvement; the connections give people the opportunity to get their ideas heard. Read more

History

Kristin Tanner started with a song, then added photos. Now she's turned it into a kids' book (with a music download) that celebrates all things Maplewood. Read more

Literature

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Courtesy of Mixed Messages Press

Mixed Messages' first tile, "A Wedding Song for Poorer People" by Alfred DePew, was published last November. Read more

Literature

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Marquise Knox performs at Blueberry Hill. Photograph by Peter Wochniak

The Washington Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church and Christ Church Cathedral have summoned some of St. Louis’ most extraordinary blues musicians to perform at "Blues at the Crossroads of Good Friday." Read more

Music

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United States President Barack Obama with former Representative Gabby Giffords and her husband, former NASA astronaut Mark Kelly; both Kelly and Giffords will be part of the Speaker's Series this year. Photograph by Mark Souza, courtesy of Wikimedia Commmons

It's a season packed with celebrity names, including novelist John Irving, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, and former congresswoman Gabby Giffords. Read more

Culture

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Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three performing for Lo-Fi STL. Photograph by Jarred Gastreich

What to see and do in St. Louis during the warm months. Read more

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Photography by Paul B. Goode

Concerts, festivals, and more. Read more

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Photography courtesy of Aim Field Hockey

Youth sports programs and institutional clinics. Read more

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Restaurants chosen by the editorial staff of St. Louis Family magazine on the basis of family-friendliness. Read more

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For three weekends last October, the Ferguson Youth Initiative, artist Annie Martineau, and North County youth came together to create a new mural. It reads “One Love,” which is exactly what the organization is trying to spread throughout Ferguson. Read more

Visual Arts

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Courtesy of Webster University

Flora Lauten and Raquel Carrio, Cuba’s most esteemed theater duo, are bringing their knowledge of directing and playwriting to St. Louis. Read more

Theater

Be In The Know About Bullying, Washington University, Alpha Epsilon Pi, and Red Alert will host a dinner to support Gateway in its efforts to aid communication between the St. Louis Police Department and urban youth. Read more

Family

A new granola bar with a purpose, now available at Whole Foods Read more

Health

Jennifer Hayes, Paul LaFlam, and Erin McGrath Rieke will all participate in an artist’s reception at the popular new SoHa restaurant, Grapeseed. Read more

Visual Arts

The second annual Artigras, presented by Studio 7, is coming to Edwardsville. Read more

Visual Arts

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By Sonia Sevilla (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons

Places for People, Family Care Health Centers, and Missouri Foundation for Health are teaming up to improve both physical and mental health care. Read more

Health

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"Monika Wulfers: Lines," the current show at Bruno David Projects.

Research has shown most people view a work of art for only 30 seconds. This Saturday's workshop aims to turn that habit on its head. Read more

Visual Arts