The Rolling Stones aren’t launching the 2021 leg of their No Filter tour until Sunday night at the Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri, but a tiny crowd of invited guests got to see them play a 14-song warmup show Monday night at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The private event was organized by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. The show was the unofficial debut of touring drummer Steve Jordan, and their first gig without Charlie Watts since he joined the band in January 1963. “It’s a bit of a poignant night for us,” Mick Jagger told the...
ALTON — A Free Little Library has been established by Stephanie’s Place in Alton. The library, built by Alton homeschool students Jacob and Blake Schaper, joins a registry of more than 100,000 libraries around the world helping to increase book access for all. Although Little Library kits can be purchased,...
ST. LOUIS — 5 On Your Side at Noon will be anchored by veterans Kay Quinn and Ryan Dean. The newscast will concentrate on the news of the day, bringing the latest information from the region as well as updating stories from “Today in St. Louis.” Meteorologists Jim Castillo and Tracy Hinson will provide the forecasts.
ST. LOUIS, MO (KMOV) — At least eight area school districts confirmed to News 4 that items have been stolen or damaged in school bathrooms. The antics appear to stem from a challenge on the social media platform, TikTok, that’s called, ‘Devious Licks.”. The principal of Eureka High School, in...
ST. LOUIS – “Dear Lou” is a conversation designed to bring all of St. Louis together around creating a stronger St. Louis region and also raise awareness for a new program called “Once and for All.” The program was created by our friends at Beyond Housing to create a stronger, more prosperous St. Louis by investing in our under-resourced communities. Today on the show, we welcomed St. Louis’ very own Mvstermind, who was named by NPR as one of its 2019 musicians to watch. He showed off a video of him performing his own “Dear Lou” letter to all of St. Louis, as well as announced plans for a new release coming next month. Learn more at DearLou.org and Mvastermind.com/tickets.
ST. LOUIS– Nelly will be playing in St. Louis for a big birthday bash on November 2. The St. Louis native will be turning 47 and will be live with his full band at Ballpark Village for a concert to celebrate. He will be playing all his hits from yesterday...
COLLINSVILLE — Attending Archon can be full of surprises — especially this year after the regional science fiction/fantasy convention returns after a COVID-induced hiatus last year. “It feels really good. It’s been a long two years,” said Alan DeVaughan, co-chair of the convention. “I don’t even know what to expect;...
ST. LOUIS – Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith will make a stop at the Fabulous Fox Theatre on their Christmas tour. Their tour starts on December 1 in Charleston, West Virginia. Their St. Louis show is on Tuesday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m. “Christmas is about hope and we...
Kurt Warner's story comes to the big screen on Christmas Day, and the first trailer gives a look at Zachary Levi's portrayal of the St. Louis Rams legend
ALTON - Playwright Michael Wilmot was a silver-haired creative genius who left a legacy of brilliant plays in his estate. His nieces now manage the estate allowing community players throughout London, Canada, and the U.S. to continue honoring his legacy and reaping the rewards of his dedication to small community playhouses.
RFT (Riverfront Times)
There came a moment early in the writing of Part Time, when the script was still growing beyond its first dozen pages, when Stryker Spurlock decided that the plot should be more than an extended gag about spontaneous teleportation. Spurlock, one of the key creators behind the live comedy sketch...
Kindermusik with Ellen Singh, an early childhood music program run through SIUE’s Suzuki program in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a Top Program by Kindermusik International. The international award recognizes excellence in program development and outreach. An article posted by Jill Moon on Tuesday, Sept. 21...
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
A New Mural Comes To Highland - Arts Council Receives Grant From The National Endowment For The Arts
HIGHLAND - A renowned artist from St. Louis, Robert Fishbone, began painting a mural on the west wall of the Weinheimer Community Center in Highland on September 2. The primer creates a surface for a fantastic picture representing Highland’s past flowing through the future. The Weinheimer Community Center has been an integral part of the community, and this mural will continue the purpose of the Weinheimer, which was built to bring our community together. The Weinheimer has done that since 1949 through the generosity of forward thinkers within the city. Now, the mural will bring the community together again to appreciate the arts.
ST. LOUIS- Christmas Day is a little over three months away, and that’s the day Kurt Warner’s story hits the big screen. “American Underdog,” tells the story of Warner’s rise from working at a grocery store to the Arena Football League to then winning a Super Bowl with the Rams and eventually entering the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Playwright Michael Wilmot was a silver-haired creative genius who left a legacy of brilliant plays in his estate — which are now managed by his nieces — and so Community Players throughout London and Canada are able to honor his untimely passing AND reap the rewards of his dedication to small community playhouses.
Venue: Loretto-Hilton Center, Webster University, 130 Edgar Road. Tickets: $36-$99; visit repstl.org or call 314-968-4925. Highlights: International music sensation Somi Kakoma is a powerful force in her own right as playwright and primary performer in this dazzling world premiere musical depiction of the life and times of one of the 20th century’s most influential women. With the noted guidance of director Lileana Blain-Cruz, Dreaming Zenzile entertains while it also educates and informs its receptive audience.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
A year later than planned, Judas Priest has embarked on its “50 Heavy Metal Years” tour, coming this weekend to St. Louis Music Park. Let the headbanging commence. Guitarist Richie Faulkner says the tour celebrates the band’s history, its music, and its influence on music and on heavy metal. ”Half...
EDWARDSVILLE — “Kindermusik with Ellen Singh” has been named a Top Program by Kindermusik International. Singh is an early childhood music specialist at “Kindermusik with Ellen Singh.” The Kindermusik Top Program award recognizes excellence in building an expansive program and reaching many families in the community with the renowned music and movement program that promotes early childhood education.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
“Echoes of the Dead,” by Spencer Kope (Minotaur) When four wealthy men, one of them a congressman, disappear on their annual fishing trip to the Upper Kern River near Bakersfield, California, Magnus “Steps” Craig of the F.B.I. Special Tracking Unit senses real trouble. The four know the river too well...