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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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Music

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 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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8x8x8 at the Foundry Art Centre

8x8x8 at the Foundry Art Centre provides 35 regional artists and artist collectives each with 8 cubic feet of space to showcase their work however they like.

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Books

More than Ordinary: Early St. Louis Artist Anna Maria von Phul

“More than Ordinary: Early St. Louis Artist Anna Maria von Phul” celebrates the life and catalog of Missouri’s first known female artist.

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Spotlight

Spotlight: The Karate Kid Musical, Little Pieces of Hope & The December 5th Fund

In this week’s episode find out what The Karate Kid Broadway Musical has to do with St. Louis, learn the story behind the coffee cups on display at Laumeier Sculpture Park, hear from author Todd Doughty about his book full of reasons to smile, discover A blood test created in STL used to help detect Alzheimer’s, meet a man paying it forward by helping families burdened by cancer, and enjoy Christmas Time is Here performed by Anita Jackson and The 442s.

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