Old North St. Louis represents one of St. Louis' great success stories in the last twenty years. Once a rapidly declining neighborhood full of blight and abandonment, Old North was one of the few areas of the city to see its population grow in the 2010 census. Located just a fifteen-minute walk from ... More >>
We can hardly believe it's already June. The good thing, though, is every weekend there are more and more outdoor events. Stop by one of several farmers' markets, or give it your best shot at Coffee Fest's latte art competition. Check out our food-related recommendations after the jump. See also: I ... More >>
There are so many good places to eat in the Loop that sometimes it's hard to pick just one. Neighborfood has got you covered. On Saturday, July 27, the dishcrawl will tour the Delmar Loop in University City and hit eight restaurants. See also: -Gut Check Tags Along on First Dishcrawl Down Wash. Ave ... More >>
Well, that was a doozy. It's time to defrost. Warm yourself from the inside out this weekend with the likes of lovely liquids like booze and soup. Choose between events like the St. Louis Centennial Beer Festival, Sloup #32 and more. See this weekend's recommendations after the jump. Friday (Feb. 2 ... More >>
Andrew MillnerDetail from Red Rose III, part of Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose, opening Friday at William Shearburn Gallery.
What's better than art? Wearable art! This Saturday bring a t-shirt to Cherokee Street's Firecracker Press and choose a one-color woodblock design -- the same used for their posters -- to have printed on it for their Spooky Threads event. If you don't have a blank shirt a selection of pre-printed on ... More >>
Kase WickmanVictory at last!Now there's even more incentive to visit the little girls' room at the Fountain on Locust (3037 Locust St., 314-535-7800): Before, you were just utilizing one of the top ten restrooms in America. As of this morning, that porcelain (er, black plastic) throne you're ... More >>
George Clinton brings the funk on Saturday.So, chances are you're going to LouFest this weekend. (Have you read our coverage yet? Go! Do it!) But if you aren't, there's plenty to do this weekend. Read on: 1. St. Louis Bluesweek Festival; steps of the Peabody Opera House The inaugural St. Lou ... More >>
Could All-American, god-fearing Kurt Warner be headed to San Francisco, the land of free love, legal pot and loose morals?!? Warner and his wife Brenda are revered here in St. Louis for their outreach efforts with the impoverished through Habitat for Humanity and other causes. But something tells me ... More >>
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