Circus Harmony’s Big Show: Talented Students, World Class InstructorsAs they say at Circus Harmony, watch out for flying children.
Artists Who Change the WorldTalent is a wonderful thing. Sharing that talent to help the careers of others is even better. Taking that talent and compassion to better our whole community? Bravo. Meet Jessica Hentoff and Terry Barber.
Circus Harmony Helping Grow The Next Generation Of UnicyclingFrom the South Bronx borough of NYC, to downtown STL, Kip Jones is looking to pass on his unicycle skills.
Circus Harmony Adds Unicycle Basketball to the LineupThis weekend, students of Circus Harmony, based in City Museum, will be learning the art of unicycle basketball
Circus Harmony's Extended Engagement at Reagan AirportDespite complications this morning, Circus Harmony has made it back safely, with one more story to tell about their trip.
TIAM Saturday January 21stSugarless Wednesdays, Circus Harmony, "An American in Paris" and the Golden Bear.
End of Ringling Brothers Met With Mixed ReactionSome lament, some celebrate the end of The Greatest Show on Earth.
90-Year-Old Aerialist Takes Her Final FlightFor one last time, Elizabeth 'Bunny' Herring will display her aerialist routine for Circus Harmony at City Museum.
How the Circus Saved the Life of a North St. Louis NativeSidney Iking Bateman was "back into that gang life" until a local circus program broke a deadly cycle.
National Buzz for St. Louis' Only Social Circus School"I for sure would have been following in the footsteps of my brothers or my uncles, unfortunately that's, I have to say, being prison, or selling drugs, or even dead."
St. Louis Representing At Library of Congress National Book FestivalPainting and back-flipping for peace! Two books featuring plenty of St. Louis inspiration bring message to Washington, DC!
From North St. Louis to World TravelerSidney Iking Bateman grew up in North St. Louis. He saw many things children shouldn't see. Violence, death. But thanks to his strong will, raw talent and some people who believed in him, he's traveling the world these days.