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  • Calendar: Highlights
    For generations upon generations, humans have gathered together and celebrated the harvest before hunkering down for the winter -- and who are we to buck this delightful trend? At Sauce...
  • Culture: Reviews
    As recent flooding attests, the Mississippi River still has the ability to define those along its shores. This group exhibition, organized with the Longue Vue House and Gardens in New...
  • Gut Check: Weekend Best Bets
    This weekend, make the most out of the remainder of Craft Beer Week, hit up a blues and booze fest, pick up some groceries at the North City Farmers' Market, shop the Kitchen Conservatory...
  • Gut Check: Weekend Best Bets
    Summertime means food trucks, wine fests and farmers' markets. Ease into the season with a fun event this weekend. Choose from National Doughnut Day with Strange Donuts, St. Louis Uncorked...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Your mother brought you into this world, now it's your turn to take her out. There is no better time to show your mom how much you love and appreciate her than Mother's Day. This year, why...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    History runs deep between St. Louis and New Orleans, two cities connected, divided and built on the banks of the Mississippi River. This spring, Laumeier Sculpture Park (12580 Rott Road,...
  • Gut Check: Weekend Best Bets
    I see bead people. The Mardi Gras party commences in Soulard this Saturday. A few related events get included in the following recommendations. Check out these lists of ten Mardi Gras food...
  • Culture: Reviews
    Juan William Chavez: Living Proposal — Pruitt-Igoe Bee Sanctuary For this year's iteration of the Kranzberg Exhibition Series, which awards a local artist a solo exhibition at...
  • RFTmusic: Weekend Best Bets
    DRAMATIC RE-ENACTMENT OF A RECENTLY-RECEIVED E-MAIL (Names and wording changed to protect the insistent): Dear Sir, Why is it the RFT never mentions Tone Rodent shows? Ringo Deathstarr is...
  • Gut Check: Weekend Best Bets
    (Friday) Oct. 5: Best of Missouri Market @ Missouri Botanical Garden Mobot's annual market features more than 120 Missouri food producers and artisans offering fresh produce, baked goods,...
  • RFTmusic: Better Living Through Music
    Art and life co-habitate, informing, imitating, and enriching each other constantly. Each week in Better Living Through Music, RFT Music writer Ryan Wasoba explores this symbiotic...
  • Culture: Reviews
    "The dream of home has imploded over the past three decades," asserts this international group exhibit's curatorial statement. Despite that dire premise, Camp Out is provocatively light,...
  • Gut Check: This Just In
    Laumeier Sculpture Park (12580 Rott Road Street; 314-615-5278) recently announced a new partnership with Schlafly Beer. We spoke with Jackie Chambers, development officer at Laumeier and...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Earlier this year the directors of Laumeier Sculpture Park laid out a new mission statement. They re-envisioned the park as a “living laboratory,” wherein visitors can explore...
  • Gut Check: Weekend Best Bets
    Friday (May 11): Food Truck Friday @ Tower Grove Park The season's first Food Truck Friday brings the the St. Louis Food Truck Association along with other vendors to Tower Grove Park for...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Mother's Day approaches! This year, rather than dropping twenty bucks at Walgreens on candy and flowers, why not show your mom what a cultured, classy child she raised by taking her to the...
  • Culture: Reviews
    Electric Is the Love This ninth annual iteration of the Kranzberg Exhibition Series is an ambitious, riotous and challenging display of reversals: bringing the outdoors in, transforming the...
  • RFTmusic: Homespun
    As a teenager, Eric Hall would sneak into Laumeier Sculpture Park before dawn to capture the disparate sound of insects and animals as they woke with the rising sun. On November 12th, Eric...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Laumeier Sculpture Park, as the name implies, specializes in displaying sculptural art. For Electric is the Love, the new installment of the Kranzberg Exhibition Series, curator Dana...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    Dogs inspire their owners to be better people, to appreciate the simple joys of a long walk and to clean up another creature's poo without having a total meltdown about it. We owe our canine...

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Laumeier is free and open to the public year round, there are no admission charges to the Park or Museum Galleries with the exception of special events.

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