“Guys and Dolls” opens the Muny’s 101st season
Jun18

“Guys and Dolls” opens the Muny’s 101st season

FOREST PARK – The Muny opened its 101st season last week with the musical theatre classic “Guys and Dolls.” The last time the show was performed at the Muny was fifteen years ago. This year, the production featured Muny alums Ben Davis, Kendra Kassebaum and Ken Page, as well as newcomers Brittany Bradford and Jordan Gelber. The production was directed by Jordan Greenberg. This was also the first show since the Muny renovated its...

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St. Stephen’s picnic a blast for all ages
Jun17

St. Stephen’s picnic a blast for all ages

HOLLY HILLS – Once upon a time, Richard, Steven and Michael Gardner were happy kids riding the rides and laughing with friends at the annual picnic of St. Stephen Protomartyr Catholic Church. That should have ended when they graduated from the parish school in the 1970s, but it didn’t. During the 2019 picnic at the church last week, they hung out with family members and caught up with old classmates. They also watched the...

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Devil’s Elbow brings you our latest LoFi Cherokee performance
Jun14

Devil’s Elbow brings you our latest LoFi Cherokee performance

Devil’s Elbow performing “Days Worth of Work” at STL Style at 3159 Cherokee Street, St. Louis MO. This is number two of nineteen live performance music videos that were made on Cherokee Street in one day on April 6th.

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Bobby’s Place fans revel in Stanley Cup win
Jun13

Bobby’s Place fans revel in Stanley Cup win

ST. LOUIS – Like many of the Blues fans at Bobby’s Place Hampton on Wednesday night, Wayne Failoni waited nearly 50 years to see his team take the Stanley Cup. Like all of them, the wait was worth it. “This is the most exciting event of my life beside the birth of my daughter, who’s calling me from Boston,” said Failoni, 69, of the Shaw neighborhood, trying to speak over the cacophony in the sports bar and grill, 2652 Hampton...

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Comics University helps artists, fans ‘see from someone else’s point of view’
Jun11

Comics University helps artists, fans ‘see from someone else’s point of view’

DOWNTOWN – On a Wednesday night, a group of comic artists and enthusiasts hoping to learn more attended the first class of 2019’s Comics University through the St. Louis Public Library. Hosted by an area cartoonist who goes by the name Steenz, Comics University consists of six classes over the course of June and July. The classes, offered on Wednesday nights at the Central Library at 1301 Olive Street, cover everything from the...

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PREMIERE: Lo-Fi Cherokee presents Nick Gusman and the Coyotes – “Shortcut the Mountain”
Jun11

PREMIERE: Lo-Fi Cherokee presents Nick Gusman and the Coyotes – “Shortcut the Mountain”

Nick Gusman and the Coyotes performing their song “Shortcut the Mountain” at Flowers and Weeds at 3201 Cherokee Street.

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