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COCA Presents "Ragtime: The Musical"

The COCA Summer Musical marks its 10th anniversary with a cast of teen students & alumni
by Daniel Witt
Grace Austin, Phil Woodmore and Chris Page, the "creative team" for COCA’s summer musicals, sat down at an ice-breaking session with their first cast in May 2006....more»
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A Fabulous Fair In Forest Park

Naysayers predicted disaster when Forest Park was chosen to host Fair Saint Louis. Most agree, however, that the fair was a success
by Fran Mannino
Forest Park is back to normal following the three-day Fair Saint Louis revelry that ushered approximately 250,000 visitors through the city’s largest greenspace. ...more»

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Utility Work Begins On Loop Trolley Project

Open house set for Thursday, July 24
by William Poe
The Loop Trolley bell is not clanging yet, but track laying along the 2.2-mile route could begin in September...more»
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Dooley vs. Stenger

Dems battle it out as Aug. 5 primary looms
by Don Corrigan
Steve Stenger claims that Charlie Dooley is responsible for the deaths of 50,000 dogs at the county animal shelter over the duration of the county executive’s 10 years in office....more»
Michael Jantzen
Michael Jantzen is an internationally known artist whose work has been featured in hundreds of articles, books, magazines, and newspapers from around the world. His work attempts to merge art, architecture, technology, and sustainable design. He has not been educated as an architect but rather as an artist, using architecture as an art form. By incorporating his surroundings, he assimilates his pieces simultaneously to fit within the environment and likewise the environment to accommodate his pieces. Much of his work, in one way or another, explores new ways of thinking about the built environment. The M-velope series will be on display through Aug. 23 at Bruno David Gallery, 3721 Washington Ave. Visit for more information.

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St. Louis Indie Bookstore Best-seller List

For the week ending July 20
Adults: 1. Gravity Box by Mark Tiedemann 2. Finally! a Locally Produced Guidebook to St. Louis by and for St. Louisans, Neighborhood by Neighborhood: Revised, Updated by Amanda Doyle 3. Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley 4. Field of Prey by John Sandford 5. Landline by Rainbow Rowell...more»
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St. Louis Indie Bookstore Best-seller List

For the week ending July 13
Adults: 1. Try to Kiss a Girl by Kevin Killeen 2. The Goldfinch Donna Tartt 3. The Ghostly Quilts on Main by Ann Hazelwood 4. Let’s Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson 5. Buying Time by Kelly Cochran...more»
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Today's Events

Jack Cimo, guitar

Date: Monday, July 28, 2014

Art of its Own Making

Event Occurs Through Saturday, August 23, 2014.

Chance Operations

Ongoing on the fourth Monday of each Month.

"250 in 250" at Missouri History Museum

Event Occurs Through Saturday, February 28, 2015.

"Imagining the Founding of St. Louis"

Event Occurs Through Saturday, August 23, 2014.

St. Louis Camera Club Centennial Exhibition

Event Occurs Through Saturday, August 16, 2014.

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis Summer Camps Reigstration

Event Occurs Through Friday, August 01, 2014.

Nature Connects 2.0 Art with LEGO Bricks

Event Occurs Through Sunday, September 07, 2014.

Inspired by Nature: Wildlife Art by Robert Bateman

Event Occurs Through Friday, October 31, 2014.
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