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Florissant’s summer Music Under the Stars concert series at St. Ferdinand Park continues July 19 with Ground Flow Fusion, a high energy multi-generation group which performs Blues, Rock, Funk and Groove
The Florissant Civic Center Theatre has announced upcoming shows. Pageants, musicals, dramas and children’s shows are all on the schedule. Lobby Box Office Hours are 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Mon. and Fri., 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Tues., Wed., and Thurs. The Box Office will close each day from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. for lunch.
By Lisa Kampeter
It’s not uncommon for the Dining Divas to have supper together and not be wowed by the restaurant. Quite often, the Wise Choice Divas find dishes they love while the Too-Afraid-to-Try-Outside-the-Box Divas aren’t impressed with what they picked. It’s hit or miss. This month’s restaurant of choice may have been one of those. One that a few of us are excited to return to, a few of us that will stop in if it’s convenient, and a few of us that will keep on driving by. But for this Diva, it’s a restaurant I will never forget.
Story and photos by Pat Lindsey
Two of the best things about traveling are sharing great times with good friends and meeting new people. And that’s exactly what my two best friends and I did on a recent “girls’ getaway” to New Orleans.
This was probably my tenth trip to The Big Easy, and Linda had been there many times, too, but it was a first for Carol. Our challenge in planning the trip, therefore, was to find new things for Linda and me to experience while giving Carol an overview of the city’s finest features. Getting a room large enough for three women was difficult, but we found a perfect one at the Courtyard Marriott on Iberville in the French Quarter. Not only did we get a large room with two king beds and a refrigerator, but the Courtyard adjoined the Ritz Carlton and we were able to enjoy some of its amenities, as well.
The Hazelwood Parks and Recreation Division kiked off its 2014 Summer Concert Series at Harry S. Truman Park, 7029 Howdershell Road, with the Americana sounds of Lucky Old Sons on Saturday, May 31.
Broadway sensation and long-time Muny performer Taylor Louderman leads this phenomenal cast as Sandy Dumbrowski in The Muny’s 2014 production of Grease.
Brandon Espinoza makes his Muny debut as Danny Zuko, while the beloved Phyllis Smith, star of the hit television series The Office, returns to The Muny as Miss Lynch. Ariana DeBose, recently seen on Broadway in Motown the Musical, will play Rizzo, and Drew Foster, who played in both the Muny production and national tour of West Side Story, is Kenickie. Matt Saldivar will play Vince Fontaine in the 6th production of The Muny’s 96th summer season.« Previous Entries Next Entries »