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Do you ever just want a good burger? If your household is anything like my household, you feel that way about every other day. When the Dining Divas decided to check out a burger joint, “joint” was definitely not what we found, especially in Clayton.
A view of the lowered ceiling on the first floor of the newly renovated Ferguson Brewing Company that will soon re-open.
A Late Summer Staycation Bids
Summer Farewell, But Welcomes Fall
By Pat Lindsey
A well-planned St. Louis staycation in late August seems like a great way to say goodbye to summer and welcome fall. The many jewels of Forest Park and other popular attractions around the area are less crowded then because some of the children have already returned to school. And when my bachelor brother came for a visit during my son’s scheduled vacation, we just happened to have a week of perfect weather.
Author, Historian Nini Harris
To Appear at Taille de Noyer
Nini Harris, local historian and author of 13 books about St. Louis history and architecture, will appear at Taille de Noyer, 1896 S. Florissant Rd. (on McCluer High school campus) on Sunday, Sept. 20 at 2 p.m. She will speaking about her latest book “A Most Unsettled State, First Person Accounts of St. Louis During the Civil War.”
Alton will launch the Alton Food Truck Festival at Liberty Bank Alton Amphitheater Saturday, August 29. Mayor Brant Walker said, “This event will feature food trucks from around the region offering global street food cuisine. In addition, the amphitheater’s concession team will offer beverages of all types to compliment the food trucks.”
As part of PNC Arts Alive New Dance Horizons IV, Dance St. Louis is seeking a diverse group of dancers with a passion for African-American history and culture. They are issuing an open audition/casting call for Wednesday, Sept. 9, from 4 to 9 p.m. at Grand Center Arts Academy, 711 North Grand Boulevard.« Previous Entries Next Entries »