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Book cover image courtesy of Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts

Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts , a nonprofit arts forum located on Cherokee, is exploring the world of publishing with a new artists’ book entitled Pink. The first in a series of annual public... Read more

Culture

After a weekend of networking and discussing the world’s pressing social, economic, and technological problems, the annual Clinton Global Initiative University meeting concluded Saturday evening wi... Read more

News

More than 1,000 students from more than 300 universities and 75 countries, along with Washington University students, gathered in the athletic complex on the Washington University Danforth Campus f... Read more

News

A trend that started on the coasts is sweeping Ladue: the blow-dry bar, a concept based loosely on the model of manicure/pedicure salons. On October 1, both Breeze ( 9916 Clayton, 314-429-2569, br... Read more

Saks' new shoe department brings in Manhattan glam—and enough designer shoes to impress even Carrie Bradshaw. Read more

In response to one of the worst national tragedies in recent memory, local religious leaders have banded together to celebrate unity in the face of religious adversity. On Sunday, September 9, A... Read more

Culture

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Courtesy of the Missouri Botanical Garden

On select Sundays this fall, Missouri Botanical Garden and Shaw Nature Reserve will be hosting 90-minute Canopy Climbs. Led by certified tree-climbing instructors, each session will allow participa... Read more

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Courtesy of the Missouri Botanical Garden

This Labor Day Weekend, the Missouri Botanical Garden will be offering a lot more than botany. Always a source of elaborate and diverse displays, the garden will be taken over by sumo wrestlers, ... Read more

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Deb Douglas, "Tart"

Gallery 210’s newest exhibit aims to redefine social norms and challenge traditional general roles. Exposure 15, the latest edition of the long-running group art series at Gallery 210, is called... Read more

Culture

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Courtesy of the St. Louis Artists' Guild

St. Louis art fans will have a chance to brush up on their local history at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild this fall. Kim Wardenberg, a 2010 graduate of Washington University’s Sam Fox School of D... Read more

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Photograph courtesy of Cranky Yellow

After shutting its doors last year, the popular Cherokee Street DIY artist space, Cranky Yellow is back in action. Now online, CY aims to showcase work by artists from all over the world. With a n... Read more

Culture

Aspiring singers, here’s a chance for your big break. The Clayton Chamber of Commerce is hosting its third annual Clayton Idol karaoke contest on August 16 at Double D Karaoke (1740 S. Brentwood). ... Read more

Culture

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The Zoo's elephant family. Photograph courtesy of the St. Louis Zoo.

The brood of elephants on River’s Edge at the Saint Louis Zoo is about to expand. Ellie, a 41-year-old Asian elephant and Saint Louis Zoo resident since 2001, is expecting. “We are really exci... Read more

Culture

To say that the plot of Irene Hannon’s latest romance suspense novel, Lethal Legacy, is predictable would be like saying Michael Phelps is an okay swimmer. In other words, the understatement of t... Read more

Culture

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Gary Stiehr

Mention “big data technology” or “supercomputers,” and the first place that comes to mind is probably the nation’s undisputed high-tech mecca—Silicon Valley. But St. Louis? According to Gary ... Read more

Culture

Thanks to the University of Missouri Extension’s department of nutritional sciences , eating healthy and local just got a lot easier. Following its hard-copy predecessor, Seasonal and Simple ... Read more

Design

In 1984, on the cusp of the computer age, Susan Glasgow emerged from the University of Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design. “The minute I graduated, my degree was obsolete,” she says... Read more

Culture

Donna Northcott founded St. Louis Shakespeare 28 years ago, after returning from a summer spent studying the playwright in London. “I got back to town, and was just crazy to do Shakespeare, bu... Read more

Culture

A family of art sellers has finally found a permanent home. Owned by Bryan Laughlin and his two sons, Bryan Jr. and Jesse, the Option B Designery has been thriving in its new location at 2533 S.... Read more

Design

Jennifer Weiner, author of Good in Bed and In Her Shoes , will be appearing at Saks Fifth Avenue on July 14 between 4 and 7 p.m. to discuss and sign copies of her newest novel, The Next Best Th... Read more

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