The Remington was the first mass- produced typewriter. When it hit the market in 1874, poets and writers embraced it with everyone else. Mark Twain was the first author to submit a typewritten book manuscript.

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Hoping not to let a good piece of art hop away, the Webster Groves City Council on Nov. 5 agreed to pursue acquisition of artist Catharine Magel’s “Earth Rabbit” sculpture for the city.

The Women’s Hope Chorale opens its 25th season on Sunday, Nov. 10, with a 3 p.m. concert entitled “Illumination,” performed at First Presbyterian Church of Kirkwood, 100 E. Adams Ave.

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Cayce Zavaglia has earned a national reputation for her detailed, embroidered portraits. It takes the St. Louis artist about six to eight weeks to make a portrait. Her subjects are ordinary folks, her family and close friends, and her materials are ordinary, but the results are stunning, and…

From the mid 1800s into the mid 1900s, generations of artists and craftsmen made a living by creating technically-demanding stained glass windows, some of history’s best. During this period, studios in Europe and the United States were producing acres of what came to be called Munich Pictori…

Kacey Cowdery is a Webster Groves based designer and fiber artist. In the beginning of her professional career, Cowdery worked as an interior designer for HOK, where she collaborated with architects and other designers. From there, she joined Global Granite, where she helped clients source a…

The streets of Old Webster were alive with music on Saturday, Sept. 21, for the 19th annual Old Webster Jazz and Blues Festival. Local and national musicians entertained thousands with live music from two stages. Organizers believe this year’s festivities drew the largest crowd in the event’…

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“Doctor Sleep” is a tension-filled gem, that is engaging, thoroughly scary and poses a simple question, “What do you believe in?” because the world is a very dark place.

Edward Norton debuts with a bang, directing and writing an intriguing crime story adaptation that luxuriates on screen with slick retro style.