Books

Secret Identity, A Conversation with Alex Segura and Laura Lippman

From Anthony Award-winning writer Alex Segura comes Secret Identity, a rollicking literary mystery set in the world of comic books.

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Prison Performing Arts’ New Executive Director

A profile of John Wolbers, the new Executive Director of Prison Performing Arts.

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Science & TechnologySpace

US Space Force Interests Align With Space Sciences Research at Washington University in St. Louis

The director of the McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences at Washington University believes the U.S. Space Force would be interested in St. Louis synergies.

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Science & TechnologySpace

Shooting for the Moon! A Lifetime of Lunar Research and the Next Step with Artemis Missions

Washington University scientist spends 30 years studying the moon and hopes to secure lunar samples from future NASA Artemis missions.

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Sandra Payne at projects+gallery

A World of Shine is the new retrospective exhibit at projects+gallery showcasing St. Louis native artist Sandra Payne.

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Review of In My Granny’s Garden at Metro Theater Company

Metro Theater Company’s latest offering, In My Granny’s Garden, is a delightful way for very young children to learn about the joys of gardening.

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Review of The Gingerbread Lady at KTK Productions

In its current production, KTK Productions makes a strong case forThe Gingerbread Lady, one of Neil Simon’s lesser known plays.

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Schankman’s St. Louis: The Karate Kid the Musical part two

For the first time ever, St. Louis is playing host to a pre-broadway tryout for a new musical based on the film The Karate Kid. We get a sneak peek at the show.

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Happening Now

The American Revolutionary War in the West at the St. Charles County Heritage Museum

Historian/author Stephen L. Kling Jr. discusses the American Revolutionary War in the West exhibit at the St. Charles County Heritage Museum.

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Arts

Faces Not Forgotten

Faces Not Forgotten is a program where local artists paint portraits of young victims of gun violence and gift those paintings to the families.

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