New Show ‘Sick Time, Sleepy Time, Crip Time: Against Capitalism’s Temporal Bullying’ Opens at The Luminary Sept. 21
And what a show it is, featuring works by an extraordinary lineup of artists at The Luminary's expansive space on Cherokee Street.
Under the stage name Le’Ponds, electro-folk singer-songwriter Lisa Houdei creates a sound unlike anything you’ve ever heard before, right here in St. Louis.
Thanks to word of mouth, Cherokee Street residents are discovering the baker's pizza and returning for more.
Get close enough to the mantle—Carlson is more than happy to show it off—and you’ll see the limestone is inlaid with “honest-to- god fossils,” and the exterior is clear of any stray wisps of smoke.