Arts & Culture
Women have played a very significant roll in St. Louis’ history and across our nation.
If you’d like to spend a little time during your long weekend thinking about U.S. history or helping your kids connect their school lesson plans to some local landmarks, check out these top resources in the Lou.
The St. Louis region is abundant with history and culture. In February, the rich heritage of the African American community is celebrated in a variety of ways at venues around the area.
St. Louis has a variety of creative outlets to visit for supplies and classes to take so that you can enjoy the world of knitting.
Where can St. Louisans go to celebrate Barack Obama’s inauguration for a second term? Join the festivities at the president’s favorite pizza joint or at a politically minded pub that leans left. Look back through history of past presidents. Or, since this year’s festivities will fall on Janaury 21 which is also Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, celebrate the successes of the Civil Rights movement over the past 50 years.
A prehistoric sea of stone arches, psychedelic tunes, space capsules, mummies, football, post-war German art — whatever your interests, there’s something just for you in the coming year.
Bundle up, grab some hot chocolate and join thousands of partygoers who will take over the streets and theaters of Grand Center to celebrate the New Year with family friendly music, dance, comedy and more.
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” comes to St. Louis on December 14, 2012. There are some Tolkien fanatics who are anxiously awaiting the event and looking for ways to celebrate this creation of the Middle Earth fantasy. Join the fun, get lost in the magic of the great classic and celebrate Middle Earth in St. Louis.
Want to support local artists while capitalizing on a bargain? Here are five of the city’s best places to buy local art at affordable prices.
November marks the commemoration of Native American Heritage Month and St. Louis has a number of opportunities for history buffs to immerse themselves in the influence the native American culture played in shaping our country. Bring along family and friends as you take in these informative and enlightening activities.