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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

St. Louis city previously cited New Life for over-occupancy, plumbing and exhaust problems, and bedbugs. It revoked Rice’s permit and, when he continued to operate, issued a cease-and-desist notice. Read more

News

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Dave Owens tells us his favorite candy, which flavors we could see more of in 2019, and his thoughts on Willy Wonka. Read more

Dining

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Illustrations courtesy of Missouri Botanical Garden’s Peter H. Raven Library

The show centered on the notoriously finicky flower runs February 2–March 24. Read more

Outdoors

Who will receive licenses to cultivate? Big companies like MedMen, the ones with the kitted-out dispensary on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan? What about vertical integration, in which a company controls multiple parts of the manufacturing process? Read more

News

When the moon is fully eclipsed, it will be a lovely reddish shade. Read more

News

"Kali likes fruit. Sometimes we’ll do apples or applesauce," says zoological manager of carnivores Julie Hartell-DeNardo. Read more

Family

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Photography by Andrew Dominguez

Founder Lisa Govro has big plans for a new marketplace dedicated to ethical and transparent sourcing of herbs and spices. Read more

Economy & Innovation

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Illustration by Pete Sucheski

Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, and St. Louis firm Eames & Young were involved with the design of the original building, which opened in 1893 to house offices and stores. Read more

Design

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Photography by Matt Marcinkowski

Janet Rath hasn't had a snow day in a long time. Read more

News

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Courtesy of Soldiers Memorial Military Museum

After a two-year, $30 million renovation funded by anonymous donors, the museum will open with a new exhibition "St. Louis in Service." Read more

Architecture

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Kevin A. Roberts

Terry Wedding is also the co-founder of Grafton Towboat Days, happening November 3–4, an annual festival where families can learn more about life on the Mississippi. Read more

Fairs and Festivals

Choose your own cinematic adventure during the 10-day festival this November. Read more

Fairs and Festivals

The Madison County seasonal favorite is done by hand, with a map—there’s no GPS involved. Read more

Culture

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Hazelwood native Matt Conrad will fly a 1944 B-25 bomber at the Spirit of St. Louis Air Show & STEM Expo, October 13 & 14. Read more

Fairs and Festivals

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

The organization's Supper Club is just one way in which it's helping local refugees. Read more

News

Dick Weiss, a longtime St. Louis Post-Dispatch editor, is pulling together multigenerational stories of local families. Read more

News

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Photography courtesy of the Loop Trolley

When the Loop Trolley finally rolls out of the station, it will be our first trolley system in more than 60 years. Here’s a closer look. Read more

News

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Photography by Anna Kane

"We want to be an option for families who feel like more project-based learning, more student choice, more independence is what their child needs,” says Kairos Academies co-founder Gavin Schiffres. Read more

Education

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Photo by Kevin A. Roberts

Yolanda’s grandma introduces her to a circle of women who have different stories that help her become a better person. The hats—“crowns”—they wear tell the stories and struggles of their lives. Read more

Theater