As vibrant and heart-tugging as it was when it forever changed Broadway 47 years ago, a fresh interpretation of “A Chorus Line” by Stages St. Louis demonstrates why it remains a singular sensation. This troupe will make you fall in love all over again with this musical theater masterpiece.

Middle Art, a new art exhibit featuring the works of four Webster Groves artists, is being hosted at the Missouri Baptist University campus through Oct. 31.

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Growing up on the outskirts of St. Louis, Franklin Killian vividly remembers the excitement of driving into the city to see live theater, unaware at that time where his passion would some day lead him.

So what if it hasn’t taken off like the “Eagles’ Greatest Hits” — a group of Meramec students are still flying high with a CD entitled, “Time To Write A Song.” It’s billed as a music album about love, death, bad drivers and existential issues.

An artist show spotlighting Shrewsbury oil painter Ronald Garnier’s work will kick off the first reception that Grafica Fine Art Gallery owners in Webster Groves have held since early 2020 due to the pandemic. 

When Music at the Intersection returns for a second year next weekend, Webster Groves High School graduate, business owner and lead singer of The Urge, Steve Ewing, will be front and center. 

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An artist show spotlighting Shrewsbury oil painter Ronald Garnier’s work will kick off the first reception that Grafica Fine Art Gallery owners in Webster Groves have held since early 2020 due to the pandemic. 

When Music at the Intersection returns for a second year next weekend, Webster Groves High School graduate, business owner and lead singer of The Urge, Steve Ewing, will be front and center. 

A beloved canine companion is back home with her family in Webster Groves after trekking the wilderness for a full month.

“Java Jive” has been performed by The Ink Spots, The Platters, Manhattan Transfer and the glorious Puppini Sisters. Kirkwood’s Nancy Luetzow in 2005 decided to add a new music group to the notable java-loving mix.

The folk tradition of putting baby teeth under a pillow for a magic fairy to collect is thought to be 1,000 years old. More recent is the practice of putting baby teeth in shoe boxes for scientists to study.

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In 1997, saxophonist Gary Reynolds placed an ad in an LGBTQ magazine calling for musicians to be part of a small band to perform at the St. Louis Pride Parade. Ten people showed up for the first meeting. 

Shrewsbury resident and past “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” winner Emmanuel Martirez was recently selected out of thousands of people to pitch his invention to Walmart merchants during its 2022 “Open Call” event.

The Missouri Elite Sports Club, based out of Kirkwood, recently sent eight athletes to compete at the Amateur Athletic Union Track and Field Junior Olympics in North Carolina.

Alan Hunter, a recent transplant to Webster Groves, seems a bit too relaxed talking in the sunroom of his Helfenstein Avenue home. After all, he’s been on the cutting edge of two frenetic media revolutions.

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College student Katie Kottmeyer was at a petting zoo when she learned some troubling news — all of the sweet bunnies she’d been petting would be butchered at the end of the season. She decided to bring one of them home.