Books

Lark Ascending: A Conversation with Silas House

Silas House turns grief into hope in his captivating new novel “Lark Ascending.”

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Science & Technology

BioSTL Hosts Trilateral AgriFood Innovation Symposium on Food Security & Climate-Smart Agriculture

Sustainable agriculture, food waste, water efficiency, and alternative proteins are discussed at the Trilateral AgriFood Innovation Symposium in St. Louis.

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Culture

GiftAMeal Million Meals

Since its inception in 2015, GiftAMeal has now donated the equivalent of more than one-million meals to those in need throughout the United States.

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Culture

Foodscaping

Foodscaping is similar to landscaping. However, the focus is on growing native plants that are edible or have medicinal uses.

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Review of Ride the Cyclone at Stray Dog Theatre

Stray Dog Theatre’s December’s offering is Ride the Cyclone, a musical about a group of teenagers in limbo competing for once chance to live again. Stray Dog has assembled an excellent cast to present this unconventional but engaging show.

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“Blackwater Falls” with author Ausma Zehanat Kahn

The gruesome murder of a young immigrant girl in a small Colorado town finds a trio of Muslim, Latina and Black investigators working to solve the crime.

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Review of The Dust at Washington University

Washington University’s Performing Arts Department recently presented the United States premiere of The Dust, a 2013 play from Taiwan by Hsu Yen Ling, in a specially commissioned translation by Washington U. Ph.D. alumna, Annelise Finegan.

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From Darkness to Light: A Conversation with Matthew Quick

“The Silver Linings Playbook” author Matthew Quick discusses his latest soul-baring novel “We Are the Light” and the healing power of community and the arts.

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Happening Now

10th Anniversary of Garden Glow at the Missouri Botanical Garden

For the 10th anniversary of Garden Glow at the Missouri Botanical Garden visitors will be enchanted by over two million lights covering the mile long walking trail. There are new additions this year as well as returning favorites for the whole family to enjoy. This event continues through January 7, 2023. To learn more about […]

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Review of The Twelve Dates of Christmas at the Westport Playhouse

The Twelve Dates of Christmas at the Westport Playhouse is a splendid showcase for the talents of actor Jennifer Theby-Quinn and video designers of Margery and Peter Spack.