Cinema at CityGarden -- as if this downtown park wasn't cool enough before, now they're screening indie movies.Earlier this month, the downtown sculpture garden/playspace CityGarden was honored with a major award from the Urban Land Institute -- it's the best use of public space in the nation.But ... More >>
Nikon 66 via the RFT Flickr Pool "Eros Bendato" by Igor Mitorag at the CitygardenYou, oh elegant downtown sculpture park, were opened to the public one year ago today. You haven't grown much since then (frankly, you were already pretty big to start with) but still, we've been through a lot togeth ... More >>
photo by Johann Qua HiansenThe rabbit is now thinking about revenge.A spray-paint toting Elmer Fudd defaced a famous sculpture of a wascally wabbit on the Washington University undergraduate campus last weekend.(Dare you to say that five times fast.)The art, formally titled Thinker on a Rock but ... More >>
On a sunny and breezy morning today, elected officials and members of the Gateway Foundation, opened up the 2.9-acre Citygarden to the media, touting its role in reshaping downtown's Gateway Mall.Photo: Nick LucchesiLeft to right, St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, park architect Warren Byrd, St. Louis A ... More >>
James Fiala, who already operates three restaurants in the St. Louis area, will open the Terrace View Cafe, on the northwest corner of the new Citygarden downtown, later this month.Photo: Nick LucchesiJames Fiala, owner of Terrace View Cafe, gives the sliding door at the restaurant a test-opening.Fi ... More >>
Aerial rendering of Citygarden. The much anticipated Citygarden, which hopes to further propel downtown St. Louis' revitalization efforts, opens to the public at 6 a.m. on July 1. Situated on a two-block stretch between 8th and 10th streets -- bounded by Chestnut Street on the north and M ... More >>
The grand opening of the Old Post Office Plaza gets underway at 9th and Olive Streets at 4 p.m. today (a.k.a. happy hour!).The new $8-million, 30,000-square-foot plaza was once home to a surface parking lot. Earlier this week cranes swung and workers placed finishing touches on the public space, who ... More >>
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He's a sculptor and an entrepreneur, and he built the City Museum. Now Bob Cassilly has a "12th-hour" plan of salvation for the St. Louis Arena. But there are no believers at City Hall.