When Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins kick off an impromptu jam session at Sun Studios, the air crackles with star power. Get up close and personal with these larger-than-life personalities in an experience that will rock your socks off! This powerhouse musical features chart-topping hits from all four performers.
St. Louis Professional Career Event - Sales & Management Specific
Here at HireLive, we take a personal approach when working with both companies looking to hire and candidates in search of a career change. Our specialized hiring events and services are the ideal way for both employers and job seekers to meet face-to-face in comfortable and professional environments. This is your opportunity to interview face to face with best-in-class companies seeking sensational candidates.
Meet With Hiring Managers on April 5th!
Wednesday, April 5th
9:00am – 12:30pm
Doubletree Westport Hotel
1973 Craigshire Road
St. Louis, MO 63146
Frequent Openings Include:
Inside and Outside Sales Representatives, Account Executives and Managers, Retail and Sales Managers, Insurance Sales, Customer Service, Mortgage Brokers, Financial Planner, Retail Sales, and more!
Many companies offer:
• Base + Uncapped Commission Pay Structure
• Full Benefits, 401K, Stock Options
• Opportunity for Immense Growth
• Flexible Schedules
Please bring 15 Resumes, and dress business professional. This is a free event for job seekers.
More companies register daily. Please check our website for a complete list.
TJ Muller will play live jazz music while Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX provides happy hour drink specials.Introducing your next Wednesday night tradition! Enjoy free jazz locations all night at Grand Center all within walking distance. Sponsored by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation.Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX: Jeremy Joyce 5-7pmKranzberg Arts Center: Jazz Jam hosted by Bob DeBoo and Friends 7-9pmThe Dark Room (+21): Jazz hang w/ Kasimu Taylor Trio 9-11pmFree for all ages.
Theo Peoples plays every Wednesday at Herbie's in Clayton, at the corner of Maryland and North Brentwood.
Curated by Dr. Jeffrey Hughes, the exhibition Dispositive Environments will highlight the tension between technology and permanence, as well as the too often neglected ecological consequences of technology’s rapid expansion.
The juxtaposition of still necessary mechanisms and technologies of the Industrial Revolution associated with, for example, sub-surface mining or railroad transport, are intertwined with the technological engines of transnational commerce and information economies. Art that responds to this intersection of social, symbolic and political forces will be shown with research-based documentation.
The concept of the dispositive is here related to the context in which the work is executed and also experienced. Instead of merely a locus for the transmission of expression and content, works in the exhibition will encourage the viewer/participant to construct his or her own meaning.
Libby Reuter & Joshua Rowan
The Walter Collective
St. Louis adventure writer Ridley Pearson presents a spin-off to his internationally popular young readers’ series. The Kingdom Keepers—five teen protectors of Disneyland —travel into the past to protect the newly built theme park from a powerful foe with ties to Black Magic.
AN EVENING WITH ADAM & EVE: A DISCUSSION with BRUCE FEILER & INTERFAITH PANEL
NY Times Best-Selling Author to Discuss New Book
Meet Me Saint Louis, in partnership with the Jewish Community Relations Council, and the Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis, presents a unique discussion featuring NY Times columnist Bruce Feiler, and his new book THE FIRST LOVE STORY: Adam, Eve, and Us. The author of Walking the Bible and Abraham, Feiler travels from the Garden of Eden to the Sistine Chapel in Rome, from John Milton’s London to Mae West’s Hollywood, re-imagining history’s most famous couple and their influence on our relationships today. Join us for an evening of humor and insight, reminding us that our most familiar stories still have the ability to inspire unity, compassion, and love. Doors open 6:30pm for seating. Program begins 7:00pm.
Feiler will be joined by Panelists:
• Dr. Bahar Bastani, Member, Interfaith Partnership Board of Directors & Cabinet
• Rabbi Amy Feder, Senior Rabbi, Congregation Temple Israel
• Reverend Seán Charles Martin, President, Aquinas Institute of Theology
Tickets at www.MeetMeStLouis.org $25 General Admission/$20 Students (with valid ID).
Event includes: presentation by Feiler; commentary and discussion with members of the interfaith panel; audience Q&A; FREE parking; and a book signing.
Copies of THE FIRST LOVE STORY for sale at event. Want an autographed book but can't attend the presentation? No problem! Order ahead on website.
A portion of proceeds from all ticket sales will benefit the Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis and the Jewish Community Relations Council.
Meet Me Saint Louis is a not-for-profit organization presenting entertaining and educational authors, artists and speakers in interesting and unique programs, at venues across the region, with a portion of all ticket sales going to charities in St. Louis.
Left Bank Books welcomes award-winning author, poet and human rights advocate Ibtisam Barakat, who will sign and discuss her young adult memoir, "Balcony on the Moon: Coming of Age in Palestine"!
This event is free and open to the public, but proof of purchase of "Balcony on the Moon" from Left Bank Books will be required to enter the signing line.
Spanning the years from second grade through high school, "Balcony on the Moon" is a follow-up Barakat's first memoir, "Tasting the Sky," and describes her family's struggle to maintain their identity in Israeli-occupied Palestine, where "we are made to live with no land, no country, no rights, no safety and no respect for our human dignity." Barakat has addressed many national and international audiences as an advocate for human rights, the education of girls and ending racism. She is also the founder of Write Your Life workshops for people of all ages and backgrounds, and has judged the national "Poetry Out Loud" contest for high school students in the U.S.
KASIMU TAYLOR TRIO & special guests | 9pm – 11pm
Part of the Kranzberg Arts Foundation’s #JazzCrawl in Grand Center, along with KDHX Magnolia Café Jazz Happy Hour, Kranzberg Arts Center’s Jazz Jam, and Nancy’s Café Simulcast at Jazz at the Bistro.
The Dark Room is the third leg of an evening of live jazz standards and collaborations, featuring “The Trio”:
Kasimu Taylor – Trumpet, Nathan Jatcko – Piano, Ben Wheeler – Bass
“Wine Flight Wednesdays”, where sommelier selected wine flights are only $15. Experience exciting wines from around the world while listening to some of STL’s finest jazz practitioners!
A macabre musical tells the tale of Sweeney Todd, an unjustly exiled barber, who returns to London seeking vengeance. The road to revenge leads Todd to Mrs. Lovett, proprietress of a failing pie shop, whose luck improves when the demon barbers thirst for blood inspires a new ingredient for her meat pies. Londoners start queuing up for a taste of her unique delectable treats!
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by Hugh Wheeler. From an adaptation by Christopher Bond. Presented by special arrangement with Music Theatre International.
Directed by Justin Been with Musical Direction by Chris Petersen. The cast includes: Jonathan Hey, Lavonne Byers, Cole Gutmann, Eileen Engel, Connor Johnson, Warren Westlund, Michael A. Wells, Kay Love, Tyler Cheatem, Scott Degitz‐Fries, Angela Bubash, Laura Megan Deveney, Kimmie Kidd, Stephanie Merritt, Belinda Quimby, Ted Drury, Kevin O’Brien, and Benjamin Sevilla.
Beginning Oil Painting
Thursdays- March 23 - April 27
Explore color, texture, and form in this six-week beginning oil painting course. Students will learn how to stretch and prepare a canvas, set up a palette, and learn basic color theory and color mixing techniques which will best produce clean, vibrant, space-shaping colors. Students will also experiment with painting mediums and work with different brushes and palette knife techniques to discover and develop one’s own personal style.
Hannah Miller, a Carlinville native, holds a BFA in photography and painting, and an MFA in photography and video and has attended Illinois State University, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and Rhode Island School of Design. She is a big believer in the positive impact art and creativity can have in rural communities, and is super excited about the MAC opening just a half-hour away from her home!
Painting holds a special place in her practice; it is a more hands-on approach to the meditative seeing, looking, and studying of color and the relationships of objects that she works towards in photographs. The way that color can shape form in painting is a mystery that will never cease to amaze, and she hopes that she can share that sense of wonder with her students.
Piece of glass for palette- around 8 x 10" or largerWooden stretcher bars- can be made, not bought
Gamblin mediums kit
Jon Stickley Trio has been making waves with the independent and fan-funded release of their 2nd album, Lost at Last, this past October. The originality and sheer energy of this genre-bending ensemble serves as a welcome wake up call for those who experience it. With roots in gypsy jazz, bluegrass, and hip-hop in an “exhilarating all-acoustic swirl” (Acoustic Guitar Magazine), Jon Stickley Trio combines Jon Stickley’s rapid-fire flatpicking guitar with the sultry and wild, yet refined, melodies of Lyndsay Pruett on violin set over the deep groove of Patrick Armitage on drums. The three have fused their collective styles into a repertoire of exciting and innovative original music along with some captivating covers. Lost at Last was recorded in the band’s hometown of Asheville, NC at the iconic Echo Mountain Studios under the watchful eye of producer Dave King (The Bad Plus).The New York Times’ Nate Chinen writes “… there’s hardy cohesion among the players — no less on the Gypsy standard ‘Valse de Wasso’ than on ‘Darth Radar’ a turbocharged original with a ska upbeat and a shredding melody. And when Mr. Stickley and friends turn to bluegrass, as on ‘The High Road,’ by Tim O’Brien, they sound both respectful and free.” Premier Guitar Magazine also took note of “Darth Radar,” with Jason Shadrick calling it, “a rapid-fire take that moves from a serious ska beat to burning surf-style runs that would make Dick Dale proud.”
The image of a cave is represented in many literary works, but it is also a multimedia opera about the burial place of Abraham, performed this March in St. Louis. Dr. David Greenhaw, President of Eden Theological Seminary, explores the significance of Abraham’s cave in Hebron to the shared histories of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity.
Left Bank Books presents author Robert Long Foreman, who will sign and discuss his essay collection, "Among Other Things," and poet Amelia Martens, who will sign and read from her poetry collection, "The Spoons in the Grass are There To Dig a Moat."
This event is free and open to the public, but proof of purchase of either "Among Other Things" or "The Spoons in the Grass are There To Dig a Moat" from Left Bank Books will be required to enter the signing line.
The essays collected in "Among Other Things" reveal the depth and significance of mundane objects—a puzzle, a skillet, an antique cannon, an avocado sandwich. With wry wit and insight, Robert Long Foreman examines small things close-up, casting his eye on what we have in our closets and on our shelves. With the personal and collective histories of everyday touchstones in view, the essays explore ancestry, inheritance, and the implications of ownership.
Amelia Martens's prose poems in "The Spoons in the Grass are There To Dig a Moat" reveal expansive ideas in compressed language. From the domestic to the geopolitical, from the mundane to the miraculous, these brief vignettes take the form of prayers, parables, confessions, and revelations. Intimate and urgent, Martens's poems are strange, darkly funny, and utterly beguiling.
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