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The Loop Prepares for the Eclipse Festival This August

In case you haven’t heard, 2017 will be a remarkable year. On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will cover a 70 mile-wide area from Oregon to South Carolina, and it includes the St. Louis area. The last total solar eclipse to pass over St. Louis was in 1442, and it won’t happen again […]

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Former Miss Missouri Erin O’Flaherty To Emcee ‘Performing For Pencils’ Charity Talent Show

Performing for Pencils is a not-for-profit that was started in Fall 2013 by two John Burroughs high school students with a clear mission:  Build community by bringing high school talent together to collect new school supplies that will be donated to St. Louis area kids in need.  Over 90,000 St. Louis kids start school each […]

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The Dark Room Wine Bar And Photo Gallery Reopens at The Grandel

The Dark Room will now operate under the ownership of The Kranzberg Arts Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, continuing its mission to support the local arts community with fine art, fine wine, artisan food and live music The Dark Room Wine Bar & Photo Gallery is set to open in its new home inside the renovated […]

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10th Annual QFest St. Louis Runs From March 29-April 2 at .ZACK

Come get your Q on! The 10th Annual QFest St. Louis, presented by Cinema St. Louis, runs March 29-April 2, 2017, at the .ZACK Theatre. The St. Louis-based LGBTQ film festival, QFest will present an eclectic slate of 19 films — 11 features (eight narratives and three documentaries) and eight short subjects. The participating filmmakers […]

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Hiro Asian Kitchen Presents: The Year of Ramen

Hiro Asian Kitchen would like to invite ramen lovers everywhere to join them in celebrating the Year of Ramen. As ramen joints have begun to pop up on street corners in every nook and cranny in the St. Louis area, Hiro is placing a focus on the hot comfort food with some new additions and […]

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St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra and Opera Theatre Saint Louis Partner For One Night Only

St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra Concert at Powell Hall March 3  The St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra continues its 2016/2017 season on March 3 with a concert in partnership with the Opera Theatre Saint Louis’ Monsanto Artist-in-Training program, featuring soprano Rayna Campbell. The 17-year-old Belleville, Illinois native is in her third year with the unique […]

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WU Libraries’ Henry Hampton Film Series Features Guest Speaker Jon Else

Filmmaker will discuss new book ‘True South’ and the making of ‘Eyes on the Prize’ Washington University Libraries are pleased to announce a talk with filmmaker Jon Else at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, 2017, at the Missouri History Museum’s Lee Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. Else will discuss his […]

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Newly Discovered Churchill Essay Points Out The Possibility of Extraterrestrial Life

Recently discovered essays by Sir Winston Churchill at the National Churchill Museum at Westminster College here reveal the great statesman and orator also thought much like a scientist as he pondered extraterrestrial life in the universe, the human body, and “the river of life,” it was announced today. The type-written essays, written in 1939 and […]

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