Culture

Schankman's St. Louis: What Can You See at the See More Inn?

The See More Inn is a local bed and breakfast in Waterloo, Illinois, getting a lot of attention because its staff members are all developmentally disabled.
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ArtsDanceMusic

The St. Louis Muny Brings Musical Theatre to Local Schools

In addition to producing professional musicals, the St. Louis Muny is also working to reach out and help train future performers as well as those backstage.
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BooksSt. Louis County Library

Say Something with Peter H. Reynolds

Children's book author/illustrator Peter Reynolds discusses his books' influences, the advantage of being a twin and what comes first: photos or words.
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ArtsBusinessFashion

New Fashion Manufacturing Center Expected To Be A "Game-Changer" For Fashion In St. Louis

“John and I moved here primarily because we don’t want to have just these 90 machines, we want to have 500 machines, 1000 machines, not just create 50 jobs, but 500 jobs that are sustainable and well paying - that you can raise a family on," said Lewis.

ArtsHappening Now

Yvette Drury Dubinsky, Vicky Tomayko, and Taylor Yocom at the Bruno David Gallery

The Bruno David Gallery hosts two new exhibits, “Steamroller Collaborations” and “It’s Romantic.”

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CommunityDanforth

Seeds of Change: The Privilege of Leadership

Organized by the Danforth Leadership Council, the annual Seeds of Change program is an education event featuring a visiting high-level thought leader.

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ArtsHappening NowTheater

Tennessee Williams Festival Features “The Night of the Iguana” and Bryan Batt’s “Dear Mr. Williams”

Bryan Batt and Carrie Houk discuss the 4th annual Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis.

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