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ArtDimensions' Off the Wall at City Hall event (this year marks the third annual) is always such a fun time. For starters there's a diversity of entertainment you don't find at many parties, with dance and musical performances, as well as live art, free eats, an art sale and more — it's pretty much like an outdoor street festival indoors. And while all of that is definitely cool, we think that the venue is what brings the whole evening together: There's definitely something special about partying in a place that isn't customarily known for its rocking good times. Just think, in the very spot that [insert pet cause here] might have been discussed, DJ Chilly C will be breaking it down, and over there where perhaps history was made, artists, including Chris Sabatino and Jennifer Hayes, will be creating work on the spot for the silent auction. To be a part of this little slice of hip-happening history, head to St. Louis City Hall (1200 Market Street), and donate $10 at the door. Off the Wall happens from 7 to 11 p.m.; visit for more information.
Sat., Dec. 12, 2009

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