Although the following story is not in our neighborhood or city but because of modern technology/transportation the location is closer than we would think.
by MK Stallings www.stlouiscores.com Features Award winning documentary filmmaker Byron Hurt treated movie-lovers to a special screening of his upcoming film “Soul Food Junkies” at the Missouri History Museum on Labor Day. Hurt’s 53 minute documentary explores whether soul food is healthy or a significant contributor to health problems prevalent in the African American community. [...]
The Gateway Festival Orchestra begins this year’s free concert series on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. on the campus of Washington University.
St. Louis’ own one-ring circus, Circus Flora, is running a brand new show this month. Vagabond Adventures is set on the Floating Palace, a real circus venue that traveled up and down the Mississippi River before the Civil War. Stowaways with circus dreams get more than they bargained for in this espionage caper.
Here’s just a few of the music and food events that will be going on in the STL next week.
By Mary Cullins If you haven’t made it down to Soulard Market recently, it’s time to check it out. I did just that this past weekend as I attended the seasons last installment of the Soulard Arts & Crafts Fair in Soulard Park this past Saturday located at Lafayette and 9th Street. Vendors selling art, [...]