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Itshanapa: A Surreal Sankofa Experience continues through April 19 at Beverly Gallery

Itshanapa: A Surreal Sankofa Experience is a stunning solo exhibit by St. Louis artist Dail Chambers, who also goes by her gifted name, Itshanapa. Sankofa is a word meaning looking back, and in this exhibit, Chambers looks back on her journey as an artist and her experience searching for more information about her grandmother, who she never had the opportunity to meet.

Austin Skinner at the STL Writers' Room

"St. Louis has an outsized writers' community, who more and more avoid boisterous coffee shops, which in turn don't want writers coming in just to sit and write anymore," says Austin Skinner, founder and owner of the STL Writers' Room. "It's become a purchase basis with them now. Seating is available with a receipt."

Anthony Dean Griffey as Peter Grimes at the Met

Symphony Preview: Birthday Boy + Video

Thursday, 14 November 2013 13:29

Writing in the Larousse Encyclopedia of Music, Donald Paine notes that Benjamin Britten's "War Requiem," written for the consecration of Coventry Cathedral in 1962, "may stand as representative of his genius and of the theme that recurs throughout his work: the indictment of human folly as it shows itself both in the tragedy and wastage of war and in the corruption of human innocence."

Nicholas McGegan

Symphony Preview: A Turkish Bath + Video

Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:00

This weekend’s St. Louis Symphony concerts are a mix of the familiar and the exotic—or at least, what was seen as exotic in the 18th century.

Symphony Preview: Fantasia on a theme of Disney

Symphony Preview: Fantasia on a theme of Disney + Video

Thursday, 31 October 2013 13:44

It's toon time this weekend (November 1-3) at the St. Louis Symphony with music and animation from a pair of remarkable Disney films: "Fantasia" and its sequel from 60 years later "Fantasia 2000." The orchestra's new Resident Conductor Steven Jarvi is on the podium while Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and a host of other cartoon critters cavort on the screen.

'Audible Interruptions' questions gender, space and sound at the Contemporary Art Museum

When you visit the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis over the next few months, don't be alarmed when you start hearing strange noises. The voices, rumbles and roars are part of "Audible Interruptions," a series of site-specific sound installations that opened in early September and will run, in three parts, until August 2014.

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Tok Releases Gold Dollar Hen House Volume 3

Tue April 8
Tok is a Festus based rock band who has been rocking St. Louis for 20 years. They are due to release their third installment of their Gold Dollar Hen House collection on February 28, 2014 at Schlafly's…