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Review of “Smokey Joe’s Cafe” at The Muny

This show is The Muny’s first live presentation since 2019. That fact alone makes it a special occasion. In addition, the director, Marcia Milgrom Dodge, has devised a uniquely meaningful concept for a production in St. Louis.

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Review of “Les contes d’Hoffmann”

After a dark year in 2020, Union Avenue Opera has made a welcome return to the stage with a fine production of Jacques Offenbach’s masterpiece, Les contes d’Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann).The company has not, however, returned to its home on Union Avenue. The site of this year’s productions is the Big Top at 3401 […]

Arts

Introducing Min Jung Kim, the New Director of the Saint Louis Art Museum

Min Jung Kim is announced as the new Barbara B. Taylor Director of the Saint Louis Art Museum.

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ArtsTheater

Prison Performing Arts Builds Second Acts Through the Arts

For over two decades Prison Performing Arts has helped prisoners and returning citizens build second acts through engagement with the arts.

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ArtsCommunityMusic

Live From The Sheldon Featuring Jazz Vocalist Kurt Elling

Live From Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries continues with acclaimed jazz vocalist Kurt Elling.

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ArtsCultureEducation

St. Louis Storytelling Festival Honors Missouri’s Bicentennial

This year is the 42nd anniversary of the St. Louis Storytelling Festival! Julie Tristan introduces us to one of the featured storytellers, Bobby Norfolk.

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Arts

Finding The Aquarium

A hidden treasure is discovered at the St. Louis Art Museum. Searching a basement storage area, a curious curator finds a painting that was created in 1938.

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ArtsCommunityMusic

Live From The Sheldon with Zakir Hussain and Masters of Percussion

Live From The Sheldon Concert continues with acclaimed tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain and Masters of Percussion.

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ArtsMusic

Keep Live Alive St. Louis

Local and national entertainers come together to put on a show to raise money for behind-the-scenes workers affected by the pandemic

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The History of St. Louis Cartoons and Newspaper Comics with Dan Martin

The stories and significance of 5 newspapermen/cartoonists with St. Louis ties.

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Things to do in St. Louis

  • 1. Mummies of the World The Exhibition. Read More
  • 2. Stories of Resistance at CAM. Read More
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