St. Louis Artists Guild held an opening for its newest installation, "Aggregate," Friday, November 11. This show examines the potential of ecological balance through the six separate but thematically linked exhibitions by six different artists, architects and designers. The opening was lively and well attended by many fellow artists and local art enthusiasts. RFT Photo Intern Savannah Dodd was there.
With the Old School Tattoo Expo flooding the town with tattoo artists from all over the world, we thought we'd kick things off with a look at some of the locals who ply their trade here 52 weeks a year. Or almost. Some of 'em might take a vacation every once in a while. Photos by RFT Photo...
During her five-year battle with ovarian cancer, St. Louis artist Sarah Jean Linquist created a series of magical lands in diorama form and began a children's book that used the dioramas as the backdrop for a series of adventures starring a rogue Christmas present named Dolly. After Linquist...
tUnE-yArDs played its first headlining show in St. Louis to a sold-out crowd at Off Broadway Tuesday night. Pat Jordache opened. Photographer Jason Stoff was there and finally did find some fans with face paint. Read Kiernan Maletsky's review on the RFT Music blog.
This week, Ian Froeb gives us the low-down on twinOak Wood Fired Fare, a new eatery off Hanley Road in Brentwood. How'd he like it? Read the review. Meanwhile, enjoy these photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
This weekend was the first-annual Craft Outloud craft fair in the Central West End. Thirty five artists came together to exhibit their wares at New City School. From metalwork to screen prints, there was a wide range of talent on display. Photos by Savannah Dodd.
In this week's issue, Ian Froeb begins evaluating the St. Louis food-truck scene by hunting down Cha Cha Chow and Sicily Streat. How did they fare? You'll have to read the review. Meanwhile, feast your eyes on a gallery of photos of Cha Cha Chow's fare by Jennifer Silverberg.