In September, The Sheldon Concert Hall will partner with hip-hop group Illphonics to curate a new concert series dedicated to highlighting musical talents in the city.
Date Night on a Blues Cruise? Gateway Arch Welcomes Visitors to Hop Aboard Its Specialty Cruise Line
All cruises take place on the historic 19th-century paddle-wheel riverboats that were brought to the riverfront in 1964.
In 2014, Sue McCarthy opened The Vault Luxury Resale in St. Louis and has since curated a collection of goods from luxury brands such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Manolo Blahnik among several others.
Known for its dedication to archiving and displaying the history of the Show Me State, the Missouri History Museum is set to open its newest venture that continues its mission in capturing local [...]
Introducing a temporary public art installation titled "Riverbend" created by local artist Margaret Keller.
Washington University in St. Louis Hires Assistant Vice Chancellor to Lead Academy on Diversity and Inclusion
In March, Washington University in St. Louis announced that it would launch its Academy for Diversity and Inclusion, an academy that will serve as a new initiative for its faculty and staff.
Beginning tomorrow, July 14, those interested in getting to know the Demun neighborhood can stop by for Second Saturdays in Demun.
Sherrie Castellano's plant-based dinner series, titled "Of All The Places I Call Home," is held on the last Thursday of the month.
How can the canon of contemporary art be expanded to be more inclusive and equitable? Taylor Renee Aldridge is in pursuit of such an inquiry.
In 2016, the arts organization For Freedoms launched a billboard campaign during the 2016 presidential election in which they invited artists such as Carrie Mae Weems, Zoe Buckman and others to [...]