The Circus Harmony troupe had to spend an extra week in Israel when U.S. flights were suspended due to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.
They’ve been stuck in Israel for several weeks, performing with the Galilee Circus, a troupe of Jews and Arabs trying to prove that peace is possible.
Nine St. Louis kids are getting an extended stay in Israel thanks to the new flight restrictions.
David Balding gave us St. Louis’ very own circus. And Circus Flora has delighted audiences of all ages for almost 30 years. Friends and admirers paid tribute to David at a Memorial under the Big Top.
Charlie with Actor Ed Asner; with KMOX’s Ron Jacober; with STL Attys Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood on Charlie Brennan’s speed camera ticket; with Jessica Hentoff of Circus Harmony; and with Dan Kopman, Co-Founder of St. Louis Brewery and Schlafly Beer.
The Circus Harmony Flying Trapeze Center opens Saturday at Union Station.
Circus Harmony’s all-new, full-length show, VERISMO, kicks off this weekend at City Museum. Don’t miss it! See some of the best young talent in the area at City Museum.
Charlie and Debbie talk with Bob Costas about his controversial NFL game-day commentary on the term Washington “Redskins”. Charlie continues the conversation with Bob Costas, as he addresses athletes and the gun culture and the culture of bullying/hazing in the NFL locker room.
Join me for an fun, grown-up night at City Museum with drinks, circus entertainment, dancing and exploring! The Juggling Ball is Nov. 9th and a fundraiser for the Flying Children Scholarship Fund.
Reggie Moore was a young man from north St. Louis, standing 6’6 tall and weighing over 300 pounds, who four years ago wandered into the City Museum and saw a circus performance.