Jake Wood

Jake Wood is an editorial intern at St. Louis Magazine.  He is entering his senior year at the University of Richmond and plays outfield for the school’s baseball team. He is studying Journalism with a minor in Latin American, Latino and Iberian Studies.

Fun options for the whole family, from October through December Read more

Things to Do


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From treasured antiques to custom frames, Maplewood offers a little bit of everything. Read more



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The board of the festival has named Jennifer Wintzer as interim producing director after the departure of Rick Dildine. Read more



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Hotel guests will now have the opportunity to play at Norwood Hills' championship courses. Read more


The rapper will be performing at LouFest U later this summer. Read more


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The festival will feature live art demonstrations, music, and award-winning food throughout downtown Maplewood. Read more

Fairs and Festivals

See the Tony- and Grammy-winning actor and vocalist perform with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on December 3. Read more


The Blues and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra are holding two rounds of auditions, with Charles Glenn on the judging panel. Read more


The hotel will celebrate summer with Hawaiian dishes and drinks on the Sky Terrace. Read more


Niche Food Group's Mathew Rice will host an ice cream social for charity June 24. Read more


The Curiosity Cube hopes to encourage young students to pursue careers in STEM. Read more


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The long-awaited Maplewood restaurant is now open, with a menu that makes some customers do a double take. Read more


The organization recently announced its nominations for particularly noteworthy—and difficult—historic renovations around St. Louis. Read more



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Fifteen-year-old Gabe Fleisher writes a political newsletter every morning before school, and his subscribers jumped from 2,000 to 28,000 after the NYT article was published last week. Read more