The local farmers' market scene continues to grow with this week's opening of the much-celebrated Ferguson Farmers' Market (in Victorian Plaza, 20 South Florissant Road). Saturday, June 1, kicks off the eleventh year for the market with the slogan: "Come for the farmers. Stay for the fun!" To whi ... More >>
The USDA's annual report shows that 17.4 million American families grappled with food insecurity in 2009. That's 15 percent of the population. The Los Angeles Times reports that this is more than three times the number of hungry families from 2006. Hunger be damned, there's wine to be auctioned! A ... More >>
Welcome to Girl Walks into a Bar, a weekly Gut Check feature that spotlights local bars and bartenders. This week Alissa Nelson profiles Double D Lounge bartender Tanner Scott. Below is a Q&A with Scott, followed by a video of him mixing a Creamsicle cocktail. Alissa NelsonJell-O shots, anyone? Jel ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene in St. Louis
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene
Those who look forward to a weekly fix of musical theater may be disappointed that the Muny summer has ended, but we're not done with musicals just yet. Two musicals open this week and one is closing.disney.go.comClearly the flashiest, most publicized opening is Mary Poppins at the Fox. Even as t ... More >>
A year-end wrap-up of what we adored, what was ignored and what the new year will bring.
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene.
One night in St. Louis theater.
Dennis Brown, Paul Friswold and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
The Rep plays it safe and snoozy with Witness for the Prosecution
Who could see that coming?
From a long-buried pyramid to the Saint Louis Art Museum: The mysterious voyage of the Ka-Nefer-Nefer mask.
A passion for high-priced paintings leads to one big art ache
A soda called Pipi Bubble, Austria's last wandering shepherd, a boat made of 164,321 wine corks: It's all here
Week of December 24, 2003
Week of December 24, 2003
Who killed Ten Little Indians?
James Mangold's latest looks scary, plays funny and might be genius for it
His inspired passion made him a favorite in the art world. Now Marcel Salinas is stuck in St. Louis, where hardly anybody knows his name.
Though both are set in beach houses, two plays approach the locale from opposite angles and shine a different light on their characters.
The Theatre Guild of Webster Groves presents The Hollow, a lesser-known classic by the mistress of suspense