Kim Aubuchon

Kid-Friendly or Kid-Free Wedding? We asked two local planners for their take. more


Eddie Izzard

Photograph by Amanda Searle

Most people don’t think of world history as something to sit and laugh about, but throw in unexpected references to current events, a few impressions, and a little bit of chaos, and you’ve stumbled into one of Eddie Izzard’s side-splitting bits. more



Illustration by Sarah Ferone

How to weather the storm—and still get wed. more


Photography by Kim Aubuchon

Flight delays are typically a bad thing, but no one seemed to mind as our small group of passengers waited for the Blue Angels to finish practicing. The elite Navy planes tore through the sky in st... more


When William “Count” Basie formed his jazz orchestra in 1935, he probably never dreamed that nearly 80 years later, the orchestra would still be going strong. This Saturday, exactly 30 years after ... more


Grammy Award-winner Arturo Sandoval has come a long way from his small village on the outskirts of Havana, Cuba. Currently living in Los Angeles, California, Sandoval is constantly making music. ... more



Courtesy of Carl Fischer

Not many people who go to major concerts give a lot of thought to the “backing band,” but take a moment to consider the show without them. Unless the artist is putting on an acoustic set, the music... more


Everyone knows the standard rock and roll set up: drums, bass, a couple of guitars, or maybe a guitar and a keyboard. The Crash Kings have successfully fought that model since 2006. The trio create... more


St. Louis is a great place to raise kids—but when they have asthma, it can be a nightmare. more



Courtesy of the Christopher Gustave Memorial and Exhibit Facebook Event Page

On March 8, the Mad Art Gallery will host a memorial exhibit from 7 to 11 p.m., honoring the life of artist Christopher Gustave, who died suddenly in January and left behind an eight-year-old daugh... more

Visual Arts

Local health and weight-loss strategist Johnny King has dedicated his life to helping women regain control of their weight and, ultimately, their lives. Through a combination of programs including ... more


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When asked to picture the composer of a work played by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra (SLSO), most people will imagine Beethoven or Bach in his white wig. Whoever comes to mind, it’s certainly ... more



West Side Story Company. © Carol Rosegg 2012

This weekend, the stage at the Fabulous Fox Theatre will feature one of the most iconic love stories in the musical theater canon.  Four performances of Arthur Laurents’ West Side Story will take... more



Photography Courtesy of Lorraine Olle

St. Louis’ history includes some remarkable weddings, with aristocrats, soldiers, and beer barons in the mix. more


Bucky and John Pizzarelli, courtesy of the artists

For a father and son team who has performed together for more than 33 years, you might think that Bucky and John Pizzarelli would have seen it all. Between them, they’ve certainly played with alm... more



Courtesy of Mike Beck

St. Louis native Michael Beck got the idea for his donation-based music school in Brooklyn, New York, Play it Forward, while attending a donation-based yoga class. But that business model was just ... more



A 1946 Virginia Terpening oil painting.

It is said that art is in the eye of the beholder, but there are times when art comes from the most unusual places. When an unknown artist’s work is uncovered after years of seclusion, you never kn... more

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When Wm. Stage began taking photos of old painted advertisements on buildings more than thirty years ago, he never thought that it would turn into a book. Now, he’s preparing for a signing of his t... more



Courtesy of the artist

Local writer and artist Bobby Ray Akers Jr. has always loved Irving Washingon’s short story, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow." Who hasn’t gotten a thrill from hearing the story of the Headless Horsema... more