Over 10,000 of those buried at Washington Park were disinterred and moved to other plots—and even other cemeteries—to make room for construction. The cemetery fell into disrepair over the years, [...]
“Briefs,” a festival of short plays centered around stories that shed light on the LGBTQ community, begins its sixth production Thursday, March 9, 2017, at the .ZACK Performing Arts Incubator [...]
Proceeds from the Dada Ball & Bash directly benefit the Museum’s thought-provoking exhibitions and innovative education programs. Dadaism revitalized art and life, which CAM works to do every [...]
Chief Curator Shannon Bailey is bringing a recreation of the 1944 exhibition "Designing Chessmen: A Taste of the Imagery of Chess" to St. Louis's World Chess Hall of Fame, on view through March [...]
There’s something inside each of us longing to connect. Our bodies, minds and spirits call out to one another, hoping to find safety, acceptance and love. These are truths that Cecilia Nadal believes.
Antique Dealer Olivier Fleury and Jewelry-Maker Stacey Krantz share their love for their crafts while gearing up for one of the city’s best events of the year.
It took 64 years for Broadway to recreate Hollywood's legendary MGM movie, transforming it into a dance-crazy new stage musical in 2015. Why wasn't a landmark film like this considered [...]
On production at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis through Jan. 29, “All My Sons” is a breakout show for the Rep's heir-apparent, Seth Gordon, as director of a remarkable cast on the main stage.
The members of the 442s didn’t plan on recording a holiday album this year, but a performance at WashU's E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall set the wheels in motion for a holiday release.