Prepare to be transported to 19th-century Paris during the rise of the millinery trade at SLAM’s exhibition, "Degas, Impressionism, and the Paris Millinery Trade," on view through May 7.
“Typically, the media that we consume is made in New York or L.A.,” Haas says. “The storytellers from the heartland aren’t heard very often.” It’s part of the reason why she settled in Nashville.
One factor that can often intimidate students from pursuing higher education is the uncertainty about what career path would be the best fit. Fortunately, University College at WashU doesn’t [...]
O’Leary, the institution’s general director, has been at the helm since 2008. Under his leadership, the organization’s endowment has grown 75 percent, annual contributions have increased and a [...]
The week before Mardi Gras in New Orleans means throngs of tourists with a big appetite for beads, hurricanes and legendary foods, like beignets and muffulettas. Samantha Saliter’s dream was to [...]
St. Louisan and New York Times bestseller Matt Kindt has become a quiet master of his art, whether quietly tucked away in Webster Groves on his back porch, or in the studio he shares with two [...]
At Urban Chestnut Brewing Company in St. Louis, the transformation of craft beer from a movement into a way of life has not only led to producing great beer, but also to maintaining a positive [...]
Next month, Ruth’s Chris will unveil a smattering of new summer menu items that Josh Holifield and his team have been experimenting with at the restaurant.
Timing was the key, or at least it was for Christina and Kurt Baker. The couple knew each other for three years, and while their friendship grew, romance did not.