Monthly Archives: February 2018

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For Slatkin, St. Louis is Home Sweet Home

By |February 27th, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

Conductor Leonard Slatkin This spring’s “Notes from Hollywood – The Sequel” gala featuring Leonard Slatkin will be a homecoming celebration of sorts for the former St. Louis Symphony Orchestra conductor. The 10th anniversary gala to benefit the Chamber [...]

The Gateway Arch and Old Courthouse Get a New Name

By |February 23rd, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

photo courtesy of Gateway Arch National Park It’s official! The Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is now known as the Gateway Arch National Park. The announcement was made today by the National Park Service. The change was prompted by [...]

Cuisine: Pucker Up for A Pint

By |February 21st, 2018|CUISINE|

Clementine's Pink Champagne Sorbet Attention lovers! Now until February fades away, guests are invited to snap a photo in Clementine’s Kissing Booth and post it to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter by using the hashtag #PuckerForAPint. Guests are invited [...]

February Cover Model: Skylar Bair for Tarik Ediz

By |February 19th, 2018|FEATURES, Uncategorized|

This month, we are especially delighted to feature an international brand with a global campaign that features a St. Louis model. Skylar Bair is represented by her mother agency, West Model & Talent Management in St. Louis, and Next Management [...]

Got the Blues? Then this Blues Museum Road Trip is for You!

By |February 13th, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

photo courtesy of National Blues Museum The National Blues Museum in St. Louis is taking music fans on its first-ever “Blues Highway Bus Trip.” The inaugural tour, which kicks off on March 29, promises a “deep blues experience” [...]

Take It from Me: Hispanic Arts Council’s Virginia Braxs

By |February 13th, 2018|COMMUNITY, TAKE IT FROM ME|

Educator. Risk Taker. Compasionate Mentor. photo by Justin Barr By Diane Kline When Virginia Braxs left Argentina in 1988 to earn her master’s degree in Spanish literature at Washington University, little did she know she would be planting [...]

Vivi Zubedi a Standout at NYFW with Modest Fashion

By |February 12th, 2018|FASHION|

Indonesian Fashion Designer Vivi Zubedi inspired at New York Fashion Week, with a collection that exuded luxury fashion, yet did so with modesty at the core of each piece. With its rich fabric and intricate detail, the collection proved that [...]

Angela Mitchell’s Moroccan-Inspired Perfection at NYFW

By |February 12th, 2018|FASHION|

Fashion Influencers, socialites, celebrity stylists, and street-style mavens, attended the Angela Mitchell presentation of luxury women and men's footwear on Sunday night at Industria, Studio 10 in New York. The collection, inspired by the beauty and danger of Morocco, features primary [...]

New Concert Series Showcases Next Generation of STL Musicians

By |February 12th, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

The Radio Arts Foundation has announced a new concert series that will shine the spotlight on the next generation of musicians. The “Kaleidoscope – Next Generation Artist Concert” series, presented in collaboration with the Community Music School of Webster University, [...]

Insight Theatre Co. Announces 2018 Season in Grand Center

By |February 9th, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

Insight Theatre Company has announced its lineup of shows for the upcoming season. Insight, which is celebrating its 11th season and its second year as a .ZACK resident arts organization, will be performing shows at the Kranzberg Arts Center, The [...]

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