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‘Hairspray’ is Next at The Muny
Hairspray, winner of the 2003 Tony® Award for Best Musical, returns to the Muny stage June 23-30 for 8 performances.it features music by Marc Shaiman & Scott Wittman. The Muny’s production of Hairspray, centered around a 1960s dance show in Baltimore, is directed and choreographed by Dan Knechtges and music directed by Charlie Alterman.
Tunica Now Home to Two New Museums
Reflecting Blues Trail, Life in the Delta
By Bob Lindsey
Not far from the top hotel-resort in Tunica, Mississippi are two new attractions that make a visit to the land of the Delta Blues special. Located on Highway 61 (the northern stretch of the Blues Highway in Mississippi) is the new Gateway to the Blues Museum and a few miles farther to the west on the banks of the Mississippi River sits the new Tunica RiverPark & Museum.
All that Glitters in Tunica, MS could be more than Gold
The Experts Got It Wrong
For the Dining Divas in May
By Lisa Kampeter
Sometimes I rely on the recommendations of actual experts in the food world to provide restaurant suggestions for the Dining Divas. This month, I relied on a top 100 list to find a new-to-us Mexican restaurant.
Hawthorne Players will present “Cowboy Swing” a delightful evening of songs and comedy ” on Saturday, May 30 at 8 p.m. in the Florissant Civic Center Theatre. Tickets are $15 and will benefit the Duckie DeMere Scholarship Fund. Order before May 22 and purchase two tickets for only $20. Call the Box Office at 314 921-5678. The performers are:
Hyatt-St. Louis Quarterly Brewhouse
Beer Dinners Brings New Experiences
by Pat Lindsey
It’s not just beer and pretzels and bar food anymore at The Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar in the downtown St. Louis Hyatt. Get ready for quarterly gastronomical experiences as local craft breweries pair their creations with multi-course original meals prepared by Brewhouse Sous Chef John Zimmerly.« Previous Entries Next Entries »