Culture

The Soulard Farmer’s Market

The Soulard Farmers Market is a popular place where you can get produce for a great price. The market features locally grown and shipped in goods. But, you can also buy anything from T-Shirts to pets. There are also several places you can pick up a snack. One of my favorite things to do is...

Taste of S.E.A.

St. Elizabeth Academy is hosting the second annual Taste of S.E.A. Area restaurants will be offering a variety of samples of their distinctive specialties. Be sure to come hungry and enjoy live music! $20.00 per person: Saturday, January 22, 2010. 5pm-8pm in the SEA gym. This is one of the most popular events of the...

The Einstmann House – A House in the Country

The house  at 2347 Virginia was built around 1870 as a country house by Andrew and Laura Scott Einstmann. Situated in the upland prairie at what was then the western edge of the city, the home was one of many country estates built by wealthy St. Louisans who wished to escape the heat, congestion, and...

The Black Rep

Founded in 1976 by Producing Director Ron Himes, The Black Rep is the largest, professional African-American theatre company in the nation and the largest African-American performing arts organization in Missouri. The Black Rep is located in the heart of Grand Center, St. Louis’ arts and cultural district, where it makes its home in the beautiful,...

The MUNY

The MUNY is the nation’s oldest and largest outdoor theater. The 2006 season is over. The 2007 season opens next June.

The St. Louis Zoo

The 90-acre Saint Louis Zoo has been named America’s #1 zoo (Zagat Survey’s U.S. Family Travel Guide with Parenting magazine). With more than 11,400 exotic animals, many of them rare and endangered, the Zoo’s collection represents the major continents and habitats of the world. The Zoo is also a leader in natural exhibits and an...

The Missouri Botanical Garden

The Missouri Botanical Garden is one of the top three botanical gardens in the world, renowned for its research, education and display. It was also the first botanical garden of its kind established in the United States. The 79-acre urban oasis features the 14-acre Japanese Garden (called Seiwa-en), the largest traditional Japanese garden in North...

The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

Founded in 1880, the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra (SLSO) is recognized internationally as an ensemble of the highest caliber, performing a broad musical repertoire with skill and spirit. The SLSO continues to build upon its reputation for musical excellence, while also renewing its commitment to ground-breaking community partnership projects that have been hailed as national...

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis is a leading institution for contemporary art exhibitions in an innovative environment with community partnerships, education programs and outreach. It is located at 3750 Washington Boulevard in St. Louis’s Grand Center neighborhood at the corner of Washington Boulevard and Spring Avenue. The museum is within walking distance of the Sheldon...

The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts

The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts is a museum-like facility with galleries that are open to the public two days a week. The building houses 20th century and modern art including many pieces on loan from the collection of Emily and the late Joseph Pulitzer. Current exhibition: Portrait/Homage/Embodiment November 3, 2006 – June 30, 2007...

The St. Louis Art Museum

The Saint Louis Art Museum is one of the nation’s leading comprehensive art museums, containing more than 30,000 works of art. Our collections include works of exceptional quality from virtually every culture and time period. Areas of notable depth include Oceanic art, pre-Columbian art, ancient Chinese bronzes, and European and American art of the late...