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Upcoming events

25
Jun
2017

The series will kick-off with Denise Thimes. This is a very special event! Denise was the first performer at the debut of the Ivory Perry Park Concert Series 15 years ago. Her career spans three decades, during which she has performed nationally and internationally, even singing for Queen Elizabeth II! She is one the most cherished voices of modern jazz. You won’t want to miss the first Lady of St. Louis jazz!

25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017
25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017 -3:00 pm

PARKING AVAILABLE • FREE TO ATTEND

OPENS AT 9AM • CLOSES AT 3PM

DOG, BIKE & FAMILY FRIENDLY

BEER AND WINE SERVED ACROSS THE STREET AT THE IRISH CORNER PUB AND CORNER GATES

 
25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017

"Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis’ finest musicians for “The Dark Room Brunch Sessions”. Two sets of tunes from 11am-1:30pm is paired with our brand new brunch menu, served 10am-3pm. More info: http://www.thedarkroomstl.com/

 

25
Jun
2017

Festa Junina (a June Folk Festival) is an important celebration in the Brazilian culture. Viva Brasil Association is excited to share this unique cultural activity with the St. Louis community once again. It is a fun-filled family oriented event, which includes typical Brazilian food, drinks, music, square dance, costumes, carnival games, and more. Join us and have a great time!

25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017

Folk School jams are a great way to spend a weekend afternoon. Musicians of all skill levels come together to play and enjoy music under the guidance of a Folk School instructor. Jams are free and open to the public. Participants take turns leading songs and choosing tunes. These informal gatherings are a great way to get back to the basics and simply enjoy playing. Join in!

Folk School Jams are made possible by 

25
Jun
2017

"Join Big George Brock for Soulful Sunday at the National Blues Museum. Soulful Sunday shows are every Sunday in June from 4-7PM in the Lumiere Place Legends room at the National Blues Museum.

General Admission tickets are available for $10.

$15 for reserved table seating.

Combo Ticket $20 – includes general admission to the concert and the museum.

 

Tickets can be purchased in advance, or in person the night of the show at the National Blues Museum Box Office, 615 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, 63101. For more information, call 314-925-0016 ext. 403."

25
Jun
2017

Variation and Adaptations, on display 6/2/17 through 7/29/17, is an exhibit curated by Artists First, an organization that has long worked to promote the artwork of individuals challenged by physical or psychological obstacles. While typically judged by society as impaired, this organization advocates for these artists to be considered as equal, not other, within the visual art community by their unique perspectives and life experiences. Angela Gipson, Jeff Johnson, and Jimmy Holmes will each present a body of work specific to their use of media and focused examinations.

25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017

"Subterranean Books will be hosting the art work of Timothy Wagner as part of the Loop Arts Fest,  with an opening reception Friday, June 23rd from 6pm to 8pm.

 

Timothy Wagner works as a mixed media artist using a wide variety of media from found imagery to inks. All of the art is created on reclaimed materials such as vinyl records, wood and canvas. 

 

Timothy's work is thought-provoking and a visual language that is an approach to expression of form, space and color, referencing our natural world and its surroundings. "The ambiguity of my work is created on a subconscious level."

 

Work will be on display June 15 - August 31.

 

Fri, 06/23/2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

 

Subterranean Books is located at:

6275 Delmar St. Louis, MO 63130"

25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, $10 Advance, $12 Day of Show, All Ages

25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017 - 07-25-2017

Join STAGES in ancient Egypt as Joseph, his eleven brothers, and the miraculous coat of many colors comes to vivid life in this inspirational rags-to-riches tale as old as time itself. This fun filled musical from Andrew Lloyd Webber has an enchanting rock-inflected score that includes the hit songs “Close Every Door To Me”, “Go, Go, Joseph”, and “Any Dream Will Do”, making it a dream of a show for the entire family!

25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017 - 07-05-2017

By Martin McDonagh

A Theatre Macabre Production

Irish terrorist “Mad Padraic” cares about one thing, and one alone, and -- despite his title as the lieutenant of Inishmore’s Irish National Liberation Army -- it’s not his fight for Irish independence. It’s his cat. When Padraic learns that his beloved cat, Wee Thomas, has been killed, Padraic rushes home, forgoing the nipple-excising he’d planned to do on a partly-tortured Belfast drug pusher. As Padraic plows through the town in pursuit of revenge, bodies to pile up in his wake. As fierce as he may be, however, Padriac’s soft spot for Wee Thomas may be the weak spot the next aspiring Lieutenant of Inishmore needs to target. This dark and bloody comedy, is the second play in Martin McDonough’s Aaran Islands trilogy, which also includes The Cripple of Inishmaan and The Banshees of Inisheer.

25
Jun
2017

06-25-2017

Next To Normal, a rock musical, opened on Broadway on April 2009 with book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, and music by Tom Kitt. It won three Tony awards in 2009 including Best Musical Score. It also won the 2010 Pulitzer Award and made numerous Top Ten Best Shows lists.

Next to Normal examines how one typical suburban family handles the slow retreat into manic depression that the mother is battling. Critics call it “an emotional powerhouse” that explores how a family deals with grief and weighs the ethics of psychiatry, as it depicts family life in a suburban setting. It is presented with love, sympathy, and punch. Talk backs with cast after Sunday productions. Directed by Edward Coffield, starring Debby Lennon*, John Flack*, Libby Jasper, Max Baneham, Ryand Scott Foizey, Spencer Davis Milford* (*member Actors Equity)

26
Jun
2017

06-26-2017 - 06-30-2017

Kids with learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities and mild forms of autism will have daily riding lessons, instructions in vaulting and care of horses, lots of opportunities to play outdoors in a safe environment surrounded by nature, plus lots of educational games and crafts.

26
Jun
2017

Variation and Adaptations, on display 6/2/17 through 7/29/17, is an exhibit curated by Artists First, an organization that has long worked to promote the artwork of individuals challenged by physical or psychological obstacles. While typically judged by society as impaired, this organization advocates for these artists to be considered as equal, not other, within the visual art community by their unique perspectives and life experiences. Angela Gipson, Jeff Johnson, and Jimmy Holmes will each present a body of work specific to their use of media and focused examinations.

26
Jun
2017

06-26-2017

"Subterranean Books will be hosting the art work of Timothy Wagner as part of the Loop Arts Fest,  with an opening reception Friday, June 23rd from 6pm to 8pm.

 

Timothy Wagner works as a mixed media artist using a wide variety of media from found imagery to inks. All of the art is created on reclaimed materials such as vinyl records, wood and canvas. 

 

Timothy's work is thought-provoking and a visual language that is an approach to expression of form, space and color, referencing our natural world and its surroundings. "The ambiguity of my work is created on a subconscious level."

 

Work will be on display June 15 - August 31.

 

Fri, 06/23/2017 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

 

Subterranean Books is located at:

6275 Delmar St. Louis, MO 63130"

26
Jun
2017

Left Bank Books welcomes LGBTQ and AIDS activist Cleve Jones, who will sign and discuss his memoir, "When We Rise: My Life in the Movement"!

This event is free and open to the public, but proof of purchase of "When We Rise" from Left Bank Books will be required to enter the signing line. 

The partial inspiration for the ABC television miniseries, Cleve Jones's memoir is a sweeping, profoundly moving account of his life from sexually liberated 1970s San Francisco, through the AIDS crisis, and up to his present-day involvement with the marriage equality battle. By turns tender and uproarious, "When We Rise" chronicles the heartbreak of losing countless friends to AIDS; his co-founding of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation; his conception of the AIDS Memorial Quilt; the bewitching story of 1970s San Francisco; and the harrowing, sexy, and sometimes hilarious stories of Cleve's passionate relationships with friends and lovers during an era defined by both unprecedented freedom and violence alike.

26
Jun
2017

06-26-2017

In 1876 Maine, Abbie (writer-director Erica Fae) tends the lighthouse on a remote island for her ailing husband. When a mysterious stranger washes up on shore, secrets buried in deep waters come to light, and Abbie is forced to navigate an unforgiving new world and reckon with both her past and her future. Inspired by the true stories of women lighthouse keepers, “To Keep the Light” — which won the 2016 SLIFF New Filmmakers Forum Emerging Director Award — uses the composite character of Abbie to give voice to their largely unknown experience. Working in isolation and under extreme conditions, these women — who inherited their jobs from infirm or deceased husbands or fathers — were trailblazers, embodying feminism long before the word existed and far from the urban, intellectual circles that spawned the women’s rights movement. Nuanced and true to her times, Abbie is a female lead rarely depicted on screen: strong and stoic, sensual but not sexualized. Shot on an island off the coast of northern Maine, “To Keep the Light” revealingly illuminates the tumultuous inner life of a woman who is, literally and figuratively, at the edge of society.

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