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Astrid is the first Somali wild ass born at the St. Louis Zoo since 2019.
Maria Cassilly, the daughter-in-law of City Museum's late founder, is also the attraction's chief archivist and tours manager.
Ficus is a Guereza colobus monkey who is part of the largest family group to live at the zoo.
“Hockey: Faster Than Ever” will help St. Louis Science Center visitors learn about the science behind the sport.
Visitors to the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House in Chesterfield can also get a better view of workers caring for the animals.
The Winter Olympics kick off Feb. 4 with the opening ceremony in Beijing. But it's easy to get in the spirit here in St. Louis.
Louetta Buechler, 80, of Twin Oaks died in December 2020 and was a longtime member of Craft Alliance, the St. Louis Artists' Guild and Laumeier Sculpture Park.
Construction of the main entrance of the Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center project should be finished by the end of summer, with the event center completed by the end of this year.
The museum plans to reopen Feb. 3. The St. Louis Art Museum and the Missouri Historical Society institutions closed last week.
The exhibit is set up in a large tent on the grounds of the St. Louis Galleria in Richmond Heights. More than 150,000 people have seen it here so far.
Here are reporter Valerie Schremp Hahn's five most memorable stories from 2021.
Hikes, fireworks displays and noontime balloon drops will ensure you can see midnight at home in your socks.
Enrique was nearly 30 years old. The zoo also announced the death of its adult male Amur tiger, Waldemere.
There are plenty of opportunities to view holiday lights, whether you prefer to experience them on foot or remain inside a warm car.
The exhibit, which features more than 25 dinosaur models, will be in St. Louis through Jan. 24, 2022.
Like any proper zombie, Halloween returns this year — even if it’s staggering a bit.
Dwight Scott was born and raised in Chillicothe, Missouri, and got his start in zoos as a primate keeper at the Kansas City Zoological Gardens.
The balloon glow returns Sept. 17, with the festival and race on Sept. 18.
For six years, Ameren Missouri crews have worked to provide edible branches, called "browse," to nourish animals.
You can see it downtown all day Sunday and in Kirkwood Monday morning.
The brewery will stay on as a sponsor; the Clydesdales and free beer will remain, family members said.
Full- and part-time employees with benefits must be vaccinated by Oct. 15. About 70% of all employees are already vaccinated.
Celebrations are happening all over the state, from ice cream socials to virtual tours to "reverse parades" recalling Missouri's history.
The festival jumped online in 2020 because of the pandemic and had been held in Tower Grove Park for nearly 20 years.
The event was reimagined last year as a series of "Lift Up St. Louis" tribute flights.
Traditional Independence Day celebrations return this year, with a few exceptions.
Enrique’s neoprene boots, which he’s worn since September to help his aging feet, go viral in Facebook post.
The traditional June festival parade had to be postponed in 2020 and 2021 because of the pandemic.
The St. Louis Zoo's new 35,000-square-foot Primate Canopy Trails will allow visitors to get up close with its inhabitants.
Six Flags over Mid-America, as it was originally called, opened 50 years ago June 5, on Eureka land that had been a wheat field.
“Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” will come to the St. Louis Galleria from Sept. 16 to Nov. 7.