The World’s Fair Pavilion in Forest Park was a beehive of activity. People shopped in a pop-up market filled with exotic goods. The sound of tribal drums drifted across a warm breeze, and a carnival of aromas swirled around the festivalgoers. Just a typical day at the annual St. Louis Africa…
“Make voyages. Attempt them. There is nothing else.” Tennessee Williams, “Camino Real.”
Women of Achievement has announced the 2019 Women of Achievement, a selection of 10 extraordinary volunteers from the St. Louis metropolitan region.
The 26th annual Dining Out for Life fundraiser hosted by St. Louis Effort for AIDS will take place all day on Thursday, May 2. More than 100 restaurants across St. Louis will participate in the campaign by donating at least 25 percent of their proceeds for the day to help those in the St. Lo…
Jane Ellen Ibur was installed as St. Louis Poet Laureate on April 12 at a special gathering in the St. Louis City Hall rotunda. Ibur is the third named St. Louis Poet Laureate. She follows the late Dr. Michael Castro and Shirley LeFlore.
The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 50-year partnership with conductor Leonard Slatkin when the orchestra’s conductor laureate returns April 27-May 4. The concerts are programmed around works and people with special meaning to him.
STL Village presents a Sunday forum titled “Bridging the Delmar Housing Divide: Partnering with Fountain Park-Lewis Place neighbors to sustain their homes” on Sunday, March 31, 3 to 5 p.m., at Second Presbyterian Church, 4501 Westminster Place in the Central West End.
On Wednesday, March 27, STL Village is sponsoring “This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism,” a discussion and book signing with author Ashton Applewhite. The event will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, 520 S. Euclid Ave.