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2014 Stories by Paul Friswold

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  • Life by the Book

    published July 17, 2014

    J. Pierrepont Finch has a name suited for the executive suite and the job of a window washer. But not to worry. With the help of a business-advice... More >>

  • The Pleasures of Being Bad

    published July 31, 2014

    Donatien Alphonse Francois de Sade -- better known as the Marquis de Sade -- left quite a mark on the world, as well as on his many lovers. The... More >>

  • American Idiots

    published July 31, 2014

    Sex, drugs and rock & roll are the cornerstones of a certain American lifestyle. It's the lifestyle that values "party" as a verb, conspicuous... More >>

  • Hawk's on the Road

    published August 7, 2014

    Tony Hawk is to skateboarding as Chuck Berry is to guitars: Neither invented their instrument of choice, but their personal genius and... More >>

  • Close to Home

    published August 7, 2014

    The great lengths America currently goes to in order to secure the homefront in the war against terror are nothing new. During the Civil War,... More >>

  • A Bounty of Art

    published June 12, 2014

    The combination of free time and good weather make summer something of a cornucopia -- the possibilities are endless, right? The Summer... More >>

  • Fine at 50

    published June 26, 2014

    For 50 years the Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design (6640 Delmar Boulevard, University City; 314-725-1177 or More >>

  • A Multi-Layered Exhibition

    published May 8, 2014

    Great Rivers Biennial 2014, the sixth edition of the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis' awards program, recognizes emerging and mid-career... More >>

  • Soprano on A Streetcar

    published July 31, 2014

    Tennessee Williams' tragic Southern belle Blanche DuBois is a woman from another age, one who values the old courtesies and presents a facade of... More >>

  • Tonight We Ride

    published August 7, 2014

    Start resting up now, because the Moonlight Ramble is upon us. This late-night bicycle ride through the streets of St. Louis is a... More >>

  • Working Space

    published June 26, 2014

    The interplay between our brains and eyes allows us to navigate a room that's cluttered without really thinking about how to do it -- we just step... More >>

  • Fresh, Hot Theater

    published July 10, 2014

    Neil LaBute's name is a byword for invigorating, vital theater, so it's little wonder that the inaugural year of the LaBute New Theater... More >>

  • The Matchless Game Show

    published July 31, 2014

    The game show reached its apogee in the '70s. The aftermath of free love and the counterculture crashed headlong into the last stand of smoking... More >>

  • Callaway Does Cabaret

    published July 31, 2014

    Cabaret singing is a misunderstood art form. It requires more than just singing the song; the vocalist has to inhabit the song, making it both... More >>

  • Seuss-Box Musical

    published July 24, 2014

    Few authors have as great a reach as Dr. Seuss. The estimable writer and artist of dozens of children's books created life-long fans with his... More >>

  • Not All Who Wander Are Lost

    published June 5, 2014

    The staff of Stray Rescue finds animals in deplorable conditions year round. Malnourished, riddled with parasites, suffering from gunshots,... More >>

  • Bike Bare

    published July 24, 2014

    When World Naked Bike Ride St. Louis debuted in 2008, many people wondered what the turnout would be. How many easy-going Midwesterners... More >>

  • Cold Facts

    published July 17, 2014

    Antarctica is a relentlessly inhospitable place for humans, and yet there is a small, year-round population who stay through dark winters and... More >>

  • To He, or Not to He

    published July 10, 2014

    Shakespeare's melancholy Dane, Prince Hamlet, is one of the iconic male roles. But why does he always have to be a man? For the first show of its... More >>

  • A Haunting Romance

    published July 10, 2014

    It's another premiere for the Muny this week, as The Addams Family arrives for a gloomy bit of fun. The show is inspired more by... More >>

  • Boxing Water

    published July 17, 2014

    Ask anyone with kids or cats and they'll tell you the best toy in the world is an empty cardboard box big enough to sit in. The simplicity is the... More >>

  • You Are Your Subject

    published June 5, 2014

    The self-portrait used to be a big deal. You had to be capable of some artistic expression, be it painting or drawing or photography, in order to... More >>

  • The Travails of Love

    published July 10, 2014

    Union Avenue Opera celebrates its twentieth year of presenting fully staged operas in their original languages this summer, and like most... More >>

  • Trouble After Hours

    published July 17, 2014

    There's something strange going on tonight at the museum. The new security guard, disgraced former police officer Ballbuster, is just doing her... More >>

  • Our Daily Symphony

    published July 17, 2014

    In the early days of film, one of the more popular genres was the city symphony. These films were straight documentary footage of a particular... More >>

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