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Soon, the Statue of Liberty will be lifting her lamp beside the golden door of Sauget. Well, maybe not the Statue of Liberty. But certainly a Statue of Liberty.
The medical examiner has not positively identified the body found in the remains, but Bob Kramer's family and friends assume he has died.
An interactive art installation at the St. Louis Galleria lets shoppers express their favorite qualities about themselves.
Gyo Obato co-founded a small St. Louis architecture office that grew into a global megafirm. He died Tuesday at 99.
Recipients include COCA, Intersect Arts Center and the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival.
To celebrate the airport’s 100th anniversary last year, the Airport Art Advisory Committee announced it would commission the work. Sarah Morris' tile piece was chosen from among 300 entrie…
One of America's premier dance companies will perform July 14 at Shakespeare Glen in Forest Park.
For the second year in a row, St. Patrick's Day will be less festive.
This year's festivities kick off at 7 p.m. Jan. 6 at facebook.com/stlmardigras and stlmardigras.org.
He was the musical director for the St. Louis Black Rep for more than 35 years, contributed to musical productions across the country and served as an international ambassador for gospel mus…
The center said because it's a hands-on institution in an enclosed space, it was closing for safety reasons until the end of the month.
If you know of just one architect, it’s probably Frank Lloyd Wright. But if you know of two, the other one is probably Louis Sullivan.
There is a reason we call them masters.
Nothing says romance like trying to fall in love in front of a full, paying audience.
By Daniel Neman
Katlyn Carlson is about to live an actor’s ultimate dream. The Eureka-raised actress — she went to Eureka High School and the University of Chicago — is co-starring in her first Broadw…
You can’t argue with the success of “The Phantom of the Opera.” It opened in London in 1986 and on Broadway in 1988, and is still playing in both places — it is, by a huge margin, th…
If you think about it, “The Color Purple” is like the Book of Job.
It's just about the most St. Louis thing you can do.
At "The Bodyguard" at the Fox Theatre, audience members are warned repeatedly of guns used in the performance.
Dammit, Janet. Barry Bostwick will not be at Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con on Saturday to introduce a screening of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
Fans may carry tote bags, but backpacks will no longer be allowed in the stadium.
What is it about the television version of “Game of Thrones” that lends itself so easily to parody?
Play along in our bracket to decide the best in town — and maybe win $50 to spend on pizza