Spotlight: The Rockettes, Christmas with C.S. Lewis and A Christmas Carol Remixed Hip Hop style

    In this week’s episode, the history of the high kicking dance group The Rockettes and how they got started in St. Louis; actor and St. Louis native returned home as part of a national tour of a one-man show called “Christmas with C.S. Lewis;” Christmas in St. Louis in the 1930s wasn’t complete without a trip to this special department store; Charles Dicken’s “A Christmas Carol” remixed Hip Hop style; enjoy culture, performance, and interactive art activities in one of the city’s biggest Kwanzaa celebrations; and bells past and present.

    The Original Rocket(te)s
    The Radio City Rockettes are a New York City holiday tradition, but a great niece of one of the original “Rockets” shares how the group started in St. Louis.

    Christmas with C.S. Lewis
    Actor and St. Louis native Gregory Williams Welsch returns to his hometown as part of a national tour of a one-man show called “Christmas with C.S. Lewis.”

    History Spotlight: Christmas at Stix, Baer & Fuller
    Christmas in St. Louis in the 1930’s wasn’t complete with out a trip to the department store Stix, Baer & Fuller.

    St. Louis Shakespeare Festival Presents Q Brothers Christmas Carol
    St. Louis Shakespeare Festival presented the Q Brothers Collective’s high energy hip-hop spin on the classic holiday tale: A Christmas Carol.

    2023 Kwanzaa Celebration at the Saint Louis Art Museum
    The Saint Louis Art Museum’s free annual Kwanzaa Celebration returns on Saturday, December 30th, 2023.

    Let Them Ring: Bells Past and Present
    Bells have quite a past. First used in 400 AD, today they are an essential part of our lives. We ring bells to celebrate, to mourn, and to connect.