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Chinese artist Sun Xun and his team carved thousands of woodblocks to animate "Time Spy," the St. Louis Art Museum's first 3-D film exhibition
Zookeepers chose the name Hawthorn for the male monkey, who was born in December.
Harpo's in Soulard, which opened in the fall, was the site of the neighborhood's first Mardi Gras party in 1980.
Members of the media got a peek at the 46,000-square-foot underground addition, which opens July 3, in time for Fair St. Louis.
From celebs to the latest in anime, the three-day event has something for every fangirl and fanboy.
Founder and longtime organizer to turn over leash to new leadership
Six Flags St. Louis has announced a new thrill with a twist. But technically, it’s not a twist: thrill-seekers can now ride a roller coaster backward.
Lou Ferrigno was scheduled to appear at this weekend's Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con at America's Center, but we learned Tuesday that he canceled his appearances due to illness.
Regan brings his act to the Peabody Opera House on Jan. 12.
New commercials and signage will be launched for the Missouri History Museum, the Library and Research Center and the Soldiers Memorial Military Museum.
Mother cheetah Bingwa gave birth to the cubs on Nov. 26, and all appear to be healthy, zoo says
DreamWorks Animation in Concert comes to the symphony on Dec. 29 and 30, and a trombonist says they're fun - and sometimes difficult - to play.
Marie Lemon, who plays Buddy's stepmom, says bringing the holiday spirit to audiences doesn't feel like work.
Celebrate by watching fireworks, ice skating, hiking, or ringing a bell.
The red and white tent will stand at 3401 Washington Boulevard at least six months out of the year.
Starting Friday, a trip to see the mummies and Egyptian artifacts at the St. Louis Art Museum will not include an odd detour through the period rooms of 18th-century French and English furni…
The painting, "Portrait of Charlotte Cram" fills a major gap in museum's collection and should become a visitor favorite, officials say
From a pet-friendly festival to a throne by a train display, Santa Claus shows up in some unexpected local spots.
Dogtown will also host a new Irish festival; time changes meant to even out public safety resources and help make Dogtown parade more family-friendly
The comic discussed everything from his wife’s brain surgery to the Chinatown YMCA in seamless routine.
Brain Candy Live! comes to the Peabody Opera House on Wednesday.
Ryan McNaught, one of only 14 Lego professionals worldwide, came with a crew from Australia to Kirkwood to install the still-huge replicas.
Gaffigan, who performs at Scottrade Center on Saturday, says busy off the stage with some serious matters.
From stargazing to wreath-laying to holiday parade-watching, we have several suggestions for enjoying the outdoors.
Pat Scace and her team of workers and volunteers plan for each show three years in advance, and order flowers for each the year before.
She's not showing any symptoms and doesn't pose a risk to visitors, the zoo says.
The new habitat, which opened to the public on Sept. 15, should reopen next week.
"Crystal" comes to the Family Arena on Nov. 4 and 5
“People are nice. It’s a great town,” the comic said of St. Louis. “Couldn’t wait to get here. Can’t wait to get out.” The audience roared.
Construction preview shows new entrance, several levels of interactive exhibits
Their first party on Oct. 20 is based on Mickalene Thomas' Mentors, Muses, and Celebrities