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ŠTO TE NEMA at Laumeier Sculpture Park

ŠTO TE NEMA is a nomadic monument to the victims of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, currently on display at Laumeier Sculpture Park.

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The 442s 2019 Holiday Spectacular

The 442s perform traditional and original favorites in their annual holiday spectacular.

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Brothers Lazaroff

The Brothers Lazaroff are kicking off their 11th annual Hanukkah Hullabaloo concert celebrating a combination of traditional klezmer, electro and original music

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Review of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Saint Louis University

I welcome novel interpretations of the classics, especially when the ideas are as resonant as the ones in the recent staging of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Saint Louis University.

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A Culinary History of Missouri: Foodways & Iconic Dishes of the Show-Me State

Dating back more than 200 years, Missouri’s history is told through food by two veteran culinary writers. More than eighty historical recipes are included.

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The Gallery at the District

The Gallery is a new modern and inviting art gallery and showroom located in The District in Chesterfield, MO.

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Review of The Thing – A Live Parody! at Cherokee Street Theatre

After an unavoidable pandemic pause, Cherokee Street Theatre is back with another delightful spoof of Hollywood horror. The company’s latest production is a send up of John Carpenter’s remake of The Thing.

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Review of Tinsel Town by The Midnight Company

Joe Hanrahan’s latest effort, Tinsel Town, is thoroughly delightful in its world premiere by The Midnight Company. The script is a sequence of three two-characters dialogues that take place in Los Angeles within a single 24-hour period.

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Review of The Science of Leaving Omaha at Washington University Performing Arts Department

I always enjoy the way playwright Carter W. Lewis’s mind works. Who else would set a play in the crematorium in the basement of the small Belladona Funeral Home in Omaha, Nebraska? Or start the play with about five minutes of a young woman alone in the furnace room with a body in a body bag lying on a table, prepared for the fire?

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Publish or Perish!

Curators at the Cecille R. Hunt Gallery collaborate with professors and graduate students at Tokyo University of the Arts to create Publish or Perish!

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