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6701 Delmar Blvd. University City, MO 63130 | Delmar/ The Loop | 314-727-3150
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    Just about a year ago, first-time novelist Ann Leckie hosted a reading and book-signing at Subterranean Books. The book she was promoting, Ancillary Justice, went on to win every major...
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    Artist John Hendrix has an affinity for historical figures. He's illustrated children's books about abolitionist John Brown, the U.S. presidents, Civil War spy Sarah Edmonds and Abraham...
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    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, battleground states such as Missouri had to cope...
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    Why is there an endless deluge of books and articles still published on Abraham Lincoln? Because the man is endlessly fascinating. Now add to all that Lincolnalia the impressive new...
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    Outsider art is so widely dispersed through our larger culture that it can seem pretty comfortably inside nowadays -- anybody without art training can claim to be a practitioner. Yet there...
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    A good book is inspirational, as a work of art should be. Chicago artist Anne Lindberg found much inspiration not in a particular book, but in the idea of books. Archive, her new show at the...
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    Author and honorary Frenchman Scott Phillips -- you may know him from his novel The Ice Harvest -- has released a new modern noir-type book, Rake. This one takes place in the nicer parts of...
  • Culture: Reviews
    Four local artists — Ella Brown, Dan Esarey, Jennifer Meahan, Valerie Snyder — consider nature as a muse in a group exhibition of landscape photographs and watercolors. Brown,...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    January is a rather desolate month, and not just because of our grim, grey weather. After the hurly-burly and hobnobbery of the holidays, it feels like everybody wants a little time to...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    When you’re very young, Dad is the inescapable presence who towers over you, who can easily hold back all your mad, flailing energy using only one hand. Later on he'll play the part of...
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    Imagine a world of deteriorating books, each telling its story through its present destructed state. Well, first you'd have to imagine a place where books still exist in the physical world,...
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    Writer, bon vivant, raconteur and licensed-and-bonded kabuki plumber Scott Phillips is on a hot streak lately. Last year's novel, The Adjustment, racked up awards both prestigious -- an RFT...
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