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.
Its just another step in the revitalization of the historic landmark. Circus Harmony, a school inside City Museum which teaches people how to clown around, is opening the Circus Harmony Flying Trapeze School under the train shed.
During a recent trip to City Museum, the kids and I discovered Sharon Von Senden near the turtle tank working on the floor.
St. Louis police are trying to figure out exactly what thieves plan to do with hundred-pound terra cotta theater masks stolen from outside the old Sun Theater on Grandel Square.
With 42 consecutive flips, Sidney Iking Bateman of St. Louis holds the Guinness World Record for most back handsprings by a male.
Some of the best-loved art displays in the city are the permanent ones that we return to view again and again.
Whether you want to offer a full family celebration or a chance for your grad to blow off steam with fellow students, you’ll find the perfect option in our list of St. Louis’s best grad party locations.
On a rainy, gloomy Saturday morning, why was I hanging out of the Culinaria parking ramp taking a picture of the view down Olive Street? Because it made me smile. Because it inspired me, made me happy and lifted my black mood.
St. Louis is a surprising hotbed of circus artistry, with missions that range from patiently teaching beginners how to cling to a trapeze to staging a full-blown, three-ring circus