The First Annual KDHX Fest was held on Sunday at Grand Center. A variety of local bands performed in Strauss Park and at The Stage at KDHX, while deejays spun vinyl records in the Magnolia Cafe.
Current exhibit at the Missouri History Museum, produced by the Teens Make History program, delves into the history of the contentious St. Louis question -- "Where did you go to high school?" -- and emerges with a deeper account of the high school experience.
Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Bruce Hornsby returns to St. Louis on Saturday, May 21 at River City Casino with his longtime band The Noisemakers, touring in support of their new album, Rehab Reunion, which drops on June 17. It's the first studio album of new songs from the band since 2009's Levitate, and unlike their prior work, it features Hornsby taking the lead on the dulcimer rather than his signature piano. Rehab Reunion expands upon the dulcimer acoustic mini-sets that Hornsby and The Noisemakers have been incorporating into shows for several years and which have become fan favorites.