Here's your weekly St. Louis bestseller list for the week ending December 30, as compiled by the St. Louis Independent Booksellers Alliance and based on sales at Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, Pudd'nhead Books and Subterranean Books. This week's bestseller list displays the effects of final-de ... More >>
8 p.m., Friday, June 10. The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Boulevard.
This weekend, the Strange Folk Festival upgrades the one-stop shopping experience with two days of indie crafts, music and even books from local authors. Shop for handmade soaps, jewelry and a host of other crafts -- but be sure to stop by the petting zoo for a meet-and-greet with an ... More >>
Sustainable agriculture, sustainable energy, sustainable...art? All of the pieces on display at ArtDimensions Gallery's Seeing Green are inspired by sustainability, including that of featured artist David Langley, who uses found objects and recycled paper in his works. The exhibition will inclu ... More >>
His designs might not be familiar in the Midwest, but paper-company executive Leslie Buck's work has been a part of New York City coffee life for almost 50 years. Buck designed the Anthora, the small blue disposable coffee cups that proclaimed, "We are happy to serve you" in gold Greek-style script ... More >>
10 p.m. Saturday, February 13. The Gramophone, 4243 Manchester Avenue.
Via Artfinder12.2 on Flickr Yarn Bombing, it's like graffiti, only it's not.The Daily RFT spotted this photo of a "Yarn Bombing" on the Delmar Loop on Flickr. For the uninitiated, "Yarn Bombing" is like graffiti, only less permanent and more fuzzy.The biggest mention of this street art form we co ... More >>
Todd Smith was the only person wounded in the Kirkwood shootings to survive. In case you missed Deb Peterson's schmooze on Todd Smith, the former Suburban Journals reporter who was wounded in the Kirkwood City Hall shooting a year before being laid off by the employer he took a bullet for: Smith ... More >>
BY MATTHEW JACKSON Midway through her set, Portland-based Mirah advised aspiring performers that knitting, not a "shot of tequila," was the best pre-show preparation. I looked around to see if anyone was knitting at that very moment, but things were quiet -- except in the back half of the Billiken ... More >>
Viva Piñata is adorable -- and misleading.
At the Irish Country Fair
Zombie trivia all the way
Forget pot holders and wind socks -- the Rock & Roll Craft Show has stuff you actually want
Robina Courtin's long journey
Knitting's not just for Granny anymore
Eric Stanze is the most successful filmmaker in St. Louis. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
With his snappy threads, fancy footwork and sordid past, Vance Thompson has cut a swath through St. Louis
Origami superstar Takaaki Kihara folds under pressure
A new exhibit at the St. Louis Art Museum reveals the serious side of pop art
Peel Session 2 (Warp)
Lily Sarees & Suits Boutique