Melissa Meinzer

Pegged to a book release, it will celebrate with five nights of shows across five venues. Read more


More than a dozen artists will gather on Cherokee Street’s Antique Row to sell paintings, photography, jewelry, and more. Read more


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Photography by Ashley Osborn

"When there’s a place where kids from alternative cultures can come together, a lot of passion comes around that." Read more


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Photo by William Leftwich, courtesy of Steve Taravella

Julie who? Emily who? Mary Poppins has St. Louis roots. Read more


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Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch

We've rounded up both big bashes and ones that are a little off the beaten path. Read more


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


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


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Courtesy of Clayton Adam Clark

Clark's book is an examination of humanity through the lens of Missouri geography. Read more


The director performs "A John Waters Christmas" on Friday, December 14, at The Sheldon Concert Hall. Read more


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Courtesy of Joshua “Loyal” Grigaitis

Stop by Saturday between 7 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. to try brews, elixirs, and snacks. Read more


Anheuser-Busch Brewery Holiday Light Display (through	 January 4)

Katherine Bish

Here are a few great spots around the city to get hyped up for the holidays. Read more


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Courtesy of St. Louis International Film Festival

“The film is very complicated and nuanced, and it’s very impressionistic. It’s not a very straightforward documentary at all.” Read more

Fairs and Festivals


Courtesy of Insight Theatre Company

Insight Theatre Company's play traces Leavitt's life and career, from studying stars on a computer at Harvard to becoming a scientist whose work would later influence Edwin Hubble. Read more



Photography courtesy of LOOM

The short film is a homage to the scary movies of the late ‘70s and early ‘80s. Read more


"Enjoy" The Darkness, Creepyworld, House of Occult at Lemp Brewery, and more. Read more



Courtesy of Games of Thrones Live Concert Experience

This Friday, you can hear “The Rains of Castamere” without the threat of a Red Wedding. Read more




Riders will meet at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday and ride for 10 miles, stopping at some of the city’s best arts institutions along the way. Read more

Visual Arts

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Courtesy of Margaret Keller

The piece, open to the public starting this weekend, is situated on the pavement of Luther Ely Smith Square, and traces the route of the navigable portion of the Missouri River. Read more

Visual Arts