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Regional Arts Commission Seeks Applicants for 2017 Neighborhood-Based Community Arts Training Institute

The Regional Arts Commission (RAC), the region’s largest annual funder of the arts, dedicated to the cultivation, promotion, and fostering of cultural programming in the St. Louis area, has announced a call for applications for 16 fellowships for its 2017 Neighborhood-Based Community Arts Training (CAT) Institute. The program will focus on The Ville and Greater […]

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Influencer Marketing Startup And Retail Space To Launch In Central West End Collaborative Working Space

Central West End co-working space TechArista will host a celebration to mark the launch of influencer marketing startup HEX and independent contemporary women’s boutique Living Collective’s move to their new home. The festivities dubbed ‘Love Spells + Locals: A Mushy-Gushy Launch Story’  will include drinks and food from St. Louis favorites, music, and a local […]

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Free Hugs to Bridge Cultural Gaps at ‘Grand Blvd. Hug-In’

Volunteers with “Free Hugs” signs will create a sea of diverse faces during the “Grand Blvd. Hug In” on Saturday, February 4, 2017 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.  Gitana Productions and other participating organizations will offer hugs and treats at various locations along Grand Blvd. in South St. Louis City to promote cross-cultural connection, […]

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Tony® Award-Nominee Beth Malone to Star in The Muny Production of The Unsinkable Molly Brown

At St. Louis’s annual Arts & Education Council Awards dinner, Broadway artist Beth Malone announced that she will star in the title role of The Muny’s 2017 production of The Unsinkable Molly Brown. The production will run from July 21-27, and will be directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall. The Unsinkable Molly Brown has music […]

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Author LaChance Discusses Possession That Inspired ‘The Exorcist’ in New Book

Left Bank Books presents local author and investigator Steven LaChance, who will sign and discuss his new book, Confrontation with Evil: An In-Depth Review of the 1949 Possession that Inspired The Exorcist (Llewellyn Publications, February 2017), on Thursday, February 9, 7pm, at Left Bank Books (399 N. Euclid). This event is free and open to the […]

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Trump, ‘Let’s Make America Gay Again’

Gay Hook Up Site’s Signs Will Go Up in Los Angeles and New York City in Support of LGBT Rights to Coincide with Presidential Inauguration. Gay hookup site Squirt.org is making a statement in support of LGBT rights with a billboard campaign that launched on January 17 to coincide with the inauguration of President Elect Donald Trump. The […]

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Idina Menzel’s World Tour Stops at the Fabulous Fox Theatre This Summer

After releasing her fifth solo studio album idina. last fall,Tony Award-winning superstar IDINA MENZEL announced today that she will head out on a 50+ city global spring & summer tour that will include a stop at the Fabulous Fox Theatre on Tuesday, August 15 at 8:00 p.m.  The tour will begin in Japan on March […]

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Americans Still Prefer to Read Printed Books Versus e-books and Audio Books

‘There’s nothing like the comfort of curling up with a good book’  Good news:  Americans are avid readers according to a new Gallup Poll.  The better news is that the great majority prefer printed books over e-books and audio books.  And, nearly three quarters of respondents in the study said they favored printed books to […]

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