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Remember last weekend? That near-perfect Saturday where we saw a high of 82 and humidity so low, you'd think you were in California? Forget about... [Read More]
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Each week we bring you our picks for the best shows of the weekend! To submit your show for consideration, click here. All events subject... [Read More]
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For some, a busted brake light is a minor nuisance solved with a trip to an auto repair shop. But with the right tools and... [Read More]
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Sunday marks the mid-point of July, which means we're blowing right through this summer. This week brings us a charity taco race, the return of... [Read More]
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The August 7 election in Missouri is a mid-term primary, but St. Louis officials say they're seeing a level of new voter registrations more commonly... [Read More]
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In a dramatic change of pace from the norm, malls across the St. Louis area actually had people in them today, people who, believe it... [Read More]
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Taylor Michael Wilson, 26, who tried to hijack an Amtrak train while carrying a loaded gun, has cut a deal with federal prosecutors. The St.... [Read More]
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PETA, or People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals, held a protest this afternoon targeting the UniverSOUL Circus, which opens at the Dome at America's... [Read More]
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As if other drivers on Interstate 55 weren't enough of a concern, now we have to worry about dodging pilots, too. A small plane making... [Read More]
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Humans of St. Louis, until now a project based entirely on social media, will soon release a full-length book that chronicles the faces and stories... [Read More]
Tags: St Louis - Humans - Book
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Did you hear the news? The Loop Trolley still isn't running yet. That "late June" deadline came and went like a thief in the night,... [Read More]
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St. Louis has a new sports bistro in town. Champs on Jefferson (3701 Jefferson Street, 314-354-8444) opened last month and is serving up healthy and... [Read More]
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Two years after it closed in the Central West End, Gringo is plotting its triumphant return, with owner Chris Sommers saying he'll open a new... [Read More]
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Man is born, man lives, and then man dies. Somewhere in the middle, if he has lived a truly fortuitous life, man is able to... [Read More]
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After five successful years of the LaBute New Theater Festival, St. Louis knows what to expect: a half-dozen new short plays from emerging and established... [Read More]
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It can only be coincidence that just a few weeks after the modest success of First Reformed, the summer of superhero-fueled carnage is again interrupted... [Read More]
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When Traveling Sound Machine released its first EP in late 2014, the band was riding high on that initial blush of intimacy and excitement that... [Read More]
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Russ John likes to tell the story of the two bottles of cider he has stashed at his apple orchard in southeastern Nebraska. Made during... [Read More]
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On an unseasonably warm afternoon in early May, Hazel Erby, who has represented the first district on the St. Louis County Council since 2004, stands... [Read More]
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