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Forsyth School Takes 1st In Green Schools Quest Elementary School Category

Forsyth School won first place in the elementary school category of the 2013-14 Green Schools Quest competition. ...more»
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Do You & Your Pet Look Alike?

Do you and your pet look alike? If so, the West End Word wants to see your photo!...more»

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Ed Asner Coming To Edison Theatre

84-year-old actor weighs in on the right wing, FDR, The Mary Tyler Moore Show and the current state of journalism
by Don Corrigan
A few days after fatal shootings in Kansas City by an avowed Ku Klux Klan member known as Frazier Glenn Miller, legendary actor and activist Ed Asner was in no mood to mince words....more»
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Behind The Scenes At The Saint Louis Zoo

Conservation remains a big part of operations
by Holly Shanks
Every year, more than three million people experience elephants, pythons, sea lions and more at the St. Louis Zoo....more»

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Harris-Stowe Selects Dwaun J. Warmack Ed.D. As New President

After a national search and with the active participation of the university and St. Louis communities, the Harris-Stowe State University Board of Regents has appointed Dwaun J. Warmack, Ed.D., as the university’s president...more»

Left Bank Books Leaves Downtown

Flagship store in the Central West End remains open
Left Bank Books, the 45-year-old independent St. Louis bookstore, has announced that it is closing its downtown location by May 31. Its flagship store in the Central West End at 399 N. Euclid remains open....more»
Jamie Adams
The idealized nudity depicted in Jamie Adams’ work challenges the viewer with illusions and dreams the painter has created, but sex is not the subject here. Adams masterly renders a sly parody of our culture’s fantasies and obsessions with sex, control and turning women into market-ready images of desire. The paintings reveal an upside- down world that floors ideas and books into mere foot pedestals — attending the subject’s ennui. Statuary and fruit, even a tiny dog, are nuanced references to art history, along with the classic poses — reminders of time refusing to stop, as light dances across bodies, sheets and bedroom walls. Adrift in materiality, each subject suffers a narcissistic pain, totally alone, aware only of being noticed by the artist and the viewer, and longing for something more. Through May 17, 2014. (Philip Slein, 4735 McPherson Ave. 314-361-2617.) ---Dickson Beall

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The Art Of Craft: One Definition

by Dickson Beall
At the Regional Arts Commission gallery, six artists employ metals, ceramic and fibers to spill out narratives, observations and ideas....more»

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“The Making Of An Icon”

by Jennifer Alexander
Local historian Jim Merkel’s new book, "The Making of an Icon: The Dreamers, The Schemers, and the Hard Hats who Built the Gateway Arch" is a fact-filled tour of the city’s beloved monument. ...more»

St. Louis Indie Bookstore Best-seller List

For the week ending April 13
Adults: 1. Uganda Be Kidding Me by Chelsea Handler 2. Amazing St. Louis by Charlie Brennan 3. The Storied Life of AJ Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin 4. The Accidental Demon Slayer by Angie Fox 5. Can’t and Won’t by Lydia Davis...more»
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Today's Events

A Tribute To The Carter Family

Date: Friday, April 25, 2014

Trivia Night - SIUE Lovejoy Library

Date: Friday, April 25, 2014

Rawstock

Date: Friday, April 25, 2014

COCAcabana 2014: Spring Fling

Date: Friday, April 25, 2014

"Finding Vivian Maier" Film Screening

Date: Friday, April 25, 2014

Open Mic Night

Ongoing Each Friday.

War of 1812 Exhibit

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