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The exhibitions celebrate artwork on chess posters, chess in the Enlightenment and the American presidency.
“Little Shop of Horrors” and “Mlima’s Tale” will go onstage in spring. "Black Like Me" will be offered free online Sept. 10.
Balloons honoring essential workers and activists will take flight from a handful of locations for Lift Up St. Louis.
The worldwide event isn’t a competition this year because of the pandemic, but organizers still want your snaps of trees, flowers and critters.
Missouri Historical Society is collecting submissions for "Stories of the Pandemic: A St. Louis COVID-19 Digital Archive."
In addition to this season’s spring celebrations and festivals, the rooftop of City Museum reopens on March 13, the children’s garden at the Missouri Botanical Garden reopens March 18, a…
Brace yourselves, fans of "The Office." A live musical is coming to St. Louis, and it’s gonna be big. (That’s what she said.)
Soulard residents and thousands of visitors have celebrated Mardi Gras there for 41 years. Here's how residents and workers handle it.
Director of new Christmas show has a history with elves: He also directed the tour of "Elf: The Musical."
Whether you want to do the work or enjoy the sugary fruits of someone else's labor, here's where you can get your gingerbread on.
When the Omnimax Theater at the St. Louis Science Center reopens Friday, it will be one of four domed theaters in the world featuring Imax With Laser.
Holiday display at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows has grown from its humble beginnings 50 years ago.
The comedian, author, woodworker and writer comes to St. Louis on Thursday, Nov. 7.
Virts spent 200 days aboard the International Space Station and broke the world record this summer for an aircraft circling the globe over its poles.
Eighteen years ago, actor Kris Anderrson donned a wig and a dress on a dare, creating Alabama belle Dixie Longate.
The star of "The King of Queens" and the "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" series makes time for stand-up and for a new NASCAR-based comedy series.
The exhibits and events take place now through November.
The ride begins at 10 p.m. Saturday at Tucker and Market streets downtown.
The exhibit, with more than 150 objects borrowed from the Naples National Archaeological Museum in Italy, opens Friday and is here through Nov. 3.
Kerry Ipema brings her show to The Playhouse @ Westport Plaza this weekend.
The fields include four soccer fields, three rugby fields, and two structures with bathrooms, a pavilion, and concession area.
Easter falls on April 21 this year, which means there are several adult hunt options this weekend and through the month.
Springtime for your family might as well start this weekend, with several St. Patrick’s Day parades to choose from (see our story on Page 14). After that, you can fill your calendar as you…
The lab rounds out the children's museum's new STEAM Center, supported by a $1 million donation from Emerson
Mardi Gras started in 1980 as a party between friends in a rowhouse apartment in Soulard. It's now the country's biggest Mardi Gras party behind New Orleans.
The Open Door Animal Sanctuary in High Ridge, Mo. gets up to $25,000 each year from the parade.
The exhibit, from the American Society of Botanical Artists, opens Friday and will be there through May 1 at the Sachs Museum.
The holidays are over, and you’ve been hunkered inside the house a little too long. It’s about time you spread your wings.
It's the newest holiday light experience in the area, and you'll learn a little something, too.
The building opened on Memorial Day 1938 to honor the 1,075 service members killed in World War I.
GameXPloration offers more than 30 ways to interact, play and level up.