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Celebrate Mardi Gras in Soulard, take in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and see Michael Bublé. Read more

Culture

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Photography by Kerry Monteen, courtesy of Bleecker Street

The film opens nationwide March 29. Read more

Film

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Rachel Whiteread, English, born 1963; “Untitled (Violet),” 2012; Galleria Lorcan O'Neill. Image courtesy the artist/ Gagosian, London/ Luhring Augustine, New York/ Galleria Lorcan O’Neill

The exhibition “Rachel Whiteread,” on view starting March 17, features more than 90 pieces by the Turner Prize–winning sculptor. Read more

Visual Arts

Kelly Clarkson, Sutton Foster, Jeff Tweedy, among others, are coming to town. Read more

Culture

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Photography by Matt Marcinkowski

Jackson's Sheldon Concert Series debut will celebrate, but not mimic, the Queen of Jazz. Read more

Music

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Photo by Matt Marcinkowski

Reed's second manuscript will explore such themes as violence and counter-violence, monstrosity, and majesty. Read more

Literature

Author Sherry Jones depicts Baker’s rise as more than just the oft-told story of an eccentric showgirl with a cheetah for a pet and a skirt made of 16 rubber bananas. Read more

Literature

"Fiddler on the Roof" is coming to The Fox, the St. Louis Symphony will play "Star Wars" iconic soundtrack, the Loop Ice Carnival returns to Delmar, and more. Read more

Culture

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

The new space is operated by the team behind Third Degree Glass Factory, including serial entrepreneur Jim McKelvey. Read more

Visual Arts

Journalist Peter Shinkle provides an intimate portrait of his uncle Robert Cutler's life. Read more

Literature

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Photography by Whitney Curtis

The new piece premieres January 9 at the Black Rep, thanks to a grant from the National Performance Network, the Rep, and 651 Arts. Read more

Performing Arts

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Photography by Jessica Page

The Berklee College of Music graduate was named a Slingshot artist by National Public Radio. Read more

Music

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Photography by Matt Marcinkowski

All of the proceeds from the sale of Carlos Restrepo's T-shirts will go toward bringing his father to St. Louis from Medellín, Colombia. Read more

Fairs and Festivals

Big Freedia, John Waters, and the Moscow Ballet are coming to town. Read more

Culture

Author and historian Carol Ferring Shepley says it was difficult to know how to tell the story of Michael Brown's death and the subsequent protests in Ferguson. Read more

Literature

A library, Orlean says, “is the essence of the sharing economy: It is owned by all of us.” Read more

Literature

“Romeo & Juliet,” “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” Christina Aguilera, and more Read more

Culture

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Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Kendzior will speak about "The View From Flyover Country" on November 3 at the St. Louis Jewish Community Center. Read more

Literature

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Photo by Matt Marcinkowski

The new works are what’s needed “for a theater to be really rich and alive,” says Tom Ridgely, the festival’s executive producer. Read more

Performing Arts