When Pollock started with COCA almost two decades ago, the nonprofit had a staff of 12 and an annual operating budget of $1.5 million. The organization has since grown to encompass 40 staff [...]
Cherokee Street is an impromptu arts district that houses innumerable entrepreneurs, artists, writers, creators, small-business owners, entrepreneurs and visionaries. Their diversity will [...]
Visit Target anywhere in the world today and you’ll find a snippet of the Midwest within its aisles. St. Louisan Cheree Berry—founder of the eponymous paper company—recently launched a [...]
“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.
Later this spring, one month before her 91st birthday, Levy will be honored for nearly four decades of philanthropy and involvement in St. Louis’ opera community.
Not every bride envisions walking down the chapel aisle in a brilliant white dress, but she may not be able to picture exactly what she wants, either. The Off White Indie Wedding Show provides a [...]
Featuring Charles Pasternak and Cherie Corinne Rice in lead roles, the main-stage production for this year’s Shakespeare Festival St. Louis is set to take place June 2-25 at Forest Park's [...]
For three decades, COCA has been expanding minds with classes and programming designed to enrich lives and build community through the arts. On Jan. 27, COCA announced their “Create Our Future" [...]
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 [...]