BooksVirtual Events

A Knock at Midnight, A Conversation with Brittany Barnett

An inspirational memoir, at once a coming-of-age story, and a powerful evocation of what it takes to bring hope and justice to a system built to resist both.

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Science & Technology

Anti-Aging Compound NMN Shows Some Promising Results in Small Clinical Trial in St. Louis

NMM research exploring anti-aging benefits of NMN nutraceutical is supported by a $3.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Defense.

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ArtsCommunityCulture

The Saint Louis Art Fair’s Emerging Artists as Entrepreneurs Program

The Saint Louis Art Fair’s Emerging Artists as Entrepreneurs Program helps artists learn what they’ll need to know to be successful art fair artists.

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ArtsCommunityMeet the Artists

Captain Knife Maker – Artist Plans to Sail to St. Louis Art Fair to Exhibit His Handcrafted Knives

Michael Merriman and his handcrafted knives both have fascinating stories. The 2021 St. Louis Art Fair artist shares the origin of his beautiful art you can use

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ArtsTheater

Schankman’s St. Louis: A World Premiere at The Rep After a Year-Long Delay

The Repertory Theater of St. Louis is opening its new season with a World Premiere musical, “Dreaming Zenzile.” It is based on the life of singer Miriam Makeba.

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BooksVirtual Events

The Last Million: Europe’s Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War

From bestselling author David Nasaw, a sweeping new history of the one million refugees left behind in Germany after WWII

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Happening Now

Craig Carlisle and Andrea Coates at Houska Gallery

Houska Gallery is currently hosting two new solo exhibits by Painter Craig Carlisle and Mixed Media Collage Artist Andrea Coates through October 16, 2021.

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ArtsTheaterTwo on the Aisle

Review of Sweat at the Black Rep

The Black Rep has found that sting in Lynn Nottage’s play Sweat. She writes about a more recent time when, as Tennessee Williams’ Tom Wingfield says, the huge middle class of America “were having their fingers pressed forcibly down on the fiery Braille alphabet of a dissolving economy.”

ArtsCulture

The Puppeteers of St. Louis

the Puppet Guild of Greater St. Louis. The Puppet Guild has been in operation since 1939, making it the second oldest puppetry guild in the country.

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Culture

Pilgrimage for Pink Ribbon Girls

A St. Louis woman is walking The Camino to raise money for Pink Ribbon Girls, an organization that helps patients with breast and gynecological cancer.

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