Artist Will Recreate Your Home With LEGO BricksShari Austrian has launched Little Brick Lane — an Etsy shop that will turn photos and plans of your house into scale models built from LEGO bricks.
Clean Up Continues in Downtown St. LouisSt. Louis's Downtown Neighborhood Association is cleaning up after Sunday's vandalism.
STL ArtWorks Teaches More than ArtStudents may be learning more about art, but St. Louis ArtWorks is also teaching them about life.
Disgusting or Remarkable? Chef Makes Sushi Rolls Look Like ShoesAnd there's proof that they are edible.
Murmuration Festival Begins Today at CortexThe festival starts at 6 tonight and runs through the weekend.
Paint Louis 2016 Brings Top Graffiti ArtistsGraffiti artists from all over the world - including Japan, Brazil and South Africa - descended on St. Louis this weekend for an annual event to paint the four mile long flood wall south of downtown.
Stolen Art From Late City Museum Creator LocatedThe suspect's name is not available at this time.
Top Upcoming Events In St. Louis to Bring The Family To This SpringAfter being cooped up all winter, it's time to get the family outside and enjoy the warming spring weather. From outdoor concerts to long walks in the sunshine, we have found the top places to get out with the family. Visiting family will enjoy the cultural diversity and local family will enjoy the community parks and concerts that make living in St. Louis great.
Best Andy Warhol Exhibits In The U.S.Are you a fan of Andy Warhol's art? Check out the best places in the country to view his work according to Deborah Davis, author of "The Trip: Andy Warhol's Plastic Fantastic Cross-Country Adventure."
Artist Buries Art Across St. Louis for Easter HuntRather than search for eggs, artist Zack Smithey is encouraging people to search for 1,000 pieces of art that he plans to hide around the city this week.
The Best Gift Ideas To Bring Back From A TripThis list will give you an idea of what gifts are best to bring back from a trip.
Ferguson 'Starting to Heal,' Soon to Shed Plywood-Covered WindowsThe Missouri History Museum is working to preserve the art that sprung up on plywood meant to protect storefronts or cover damage from Ferguson unrest.