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Webster Groves music man Steve St. Cyr opens up the 2023 season of Songbird Café on Jan. 25 at The Focal Point in Maplewood. He’s been bringing a bit of Nashville to St. Louis for more than a decade, and has never been in a bind for homegrown talent.

Art can find a home anywhere, even at a busy construction site. Kirkwood Arts Commission members are elated over a mural celebrating Kirkwood that can be seen along the fence line of the old UMB site on North Kirkwood Road.

When Charlie Fischer walks into work, he never quite knows what duties the day might bring. Fischer is the executive director at Canterbury Enterprises, a position he has held since 2006.

Former Webster Groves resident Adam Miller used to donate his allowance money to the World Bird Sanctuary. Now 32, he’s managed to turn his passion for animals and the environment into a full-time job that helps humans as well.

When Jake Stotlemeyer was a senior in college, he was asked what many teens dread answering: “What are you going to do after graduation?” and “What’s your plan?”

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When Charlie Fischer walks into work, he never quite knows what duties the day might bring. Fischer is the executive director at Canterbury Enterprises, a position he has held since 2006.

Former Webster Groves resident Adam Miller used to donate his allowance money to the World Bird Sanctuary. Now 32, he’s managed to turn his passion for animals and the environment into a full-time job that helps humans as well.

When Jake Stotlemeyer was a senior in college, he was asked what many teens dread answering: “What are you going to do after graduation?” and “What’s your plan?”

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It’s that time of year when children are excitedly scribbling their Christmas wish lists, tucking them into envelopes addressed to Santa and hoping they reach the North Pole in time for the Jolly Old Man to make his list and check it twice!

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There’s so much for families to do during the holidays. For the past 22 years, Charlie Williams of Webster Groves has been celebrating the season in unique fashion by creating whimsical greeting cards.

On Dec. 12, 1995, 16-year-old Bobby Bostic was arrested in St. Louis for several crimes for which he was sentenced to 241 years in prison. On Dec. 12, 2022 — nearly three decades after that night — newly-paroled Bostic joined a crowd at the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center to share his story.

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No, that’s not a typo in the headline. On Dec. 20 and 21, the Kirkwood Performing Arts Center will present “Let It Be Christmas,” a holiday rock opera sharing the story of the birth of Jesus Christ — using only the music of The Beatles.

Visitors to the Missouri History Museum’s newest exhibit are invited to experience and learn about St. Louis through art. “Coloring STL” presents an opportunity to draw on various landmarks of the city and surrounding counties without being charged for vandalism.