Chamber Music Society Holds Free Concert in Place of Postponed Gala

By |May 16th, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

The Chamber Music Society of St. Louis (CMSSL) is presenting a free “Thank You” concert at The Sheldon on Monday, May 21, in place of its rescheduled 10th Anniversary Gala.B Leonard Slatkin with Notes from Hollywood co-chair Miran Halen  photo [...]

Tennessee Williams Festival Features His Most STELLAr Work

By |May 11th, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

Tennessee Williams Festival's 2018 main stage production, "A Streetcar Named Desire," stars Sophia Brown (Blanche) and Amy Loui (Eunice). photo by Ride Hamilton A St. Louis original, the Tennessee Williams Festival, is returning to Grand Center this spring. The [...]

Meet Me in…Sunset Hills for the Laumeier Art Fair!

By |May 10th, 2018|COMMUNITY, MEET ME IN..., NEWS|

Alexander Liberman's The Way at Laumeier Sculpture Park photo by Justin Barr By Trish Muyco-Tobin Its location along interstates 44 and 270 makes Sunset Hills an easy destination to live, work and play. Incorporated in 1957, the town [...]

Take It from Me: The Designing Block’s Susan Block


Creatively Dramatic. Artistic Designer. Compassionate. photo by Justin Barr By Diane Kline Susan Block is somebody who sets style trends, not someone who follows them. Whether she’s designing home interiors, creating remarkable centerpieces for charity events or discovering [...]

Nonprofit Spotlight: NCJW St. Louis’ Back-to-School Store

By |May 7th, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

You don’t have to be a woman, and you don’t have to be Jewish to touch and impact lives through the National Council of Jewish Women St. Louis,  according to executive director Ellen Alper. “We are one of the few [...]

Trish Set: Cheers to Rosé & the Scoop on The Muny’s Meet Me


When “Meet Me in St. Louis” opens on the Muny stage later this summer, there’ll be a few new tunes joining beloved classics such as “The Trolley Song,” “The Boy Next Door,” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” Veteran [...]

The Melting Pot: From Refugee to All-American Woman

By |May 3rd, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

photo by Bryan Schraier By Trish Muyco-Tobin It’s a time of transition for Thuy Nguyen. After a 15-year career in high-level sales, she recently decided it was time for a change. “I’m not sure what Chapter 2 holds, [...]

Happenings: Our Top Picks for May 2018

By |May 1st, 2018|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

WHAT: Tennessee Williams Festival WHERE: Grandel Theatre and other venues WHEN: Various times, May 10 to 19 “A Streetcar Named Desire” will be the Main Stage Production for the third annual festival, themed, “Tennessee Williams: The French Quarter Years.” Other [...]

Happenings: Opera Theatre of Saint Louis Edition

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

  LA TRAVIATA Guiseppe Verdi Fancy. Free. May 19, 25, 30; June 2 (m), 7, 10, 20 (m), 23 * Violetta has one important rule: never fall in love. As a Parisian courtesan, her life is full of parties, admirers, [...]

Conversations with the Chef: The Crossing’s Jim Fiala


Jim Fiala, owner and chef of The Crossing in Clayton By Suzanne Corbett Executive chef and restaurateur Jim Fiala is driven—driven to make people happy. “I’m in the business to make people happy. I’m to serve my guests [...]

Load More Posts