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Saint Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Year in visual arts includes George Caleb Bingham exhibition, Arch anniversary

The Missouri History Museum also offered “A Walk in 1875 St. Louis." → Read More

Music review: Labadie and SLSO deliver a stylish 'Messiah'

Amy Kaiser's chorus is distinguished by its nimbleness. → Read More

Review: 'Good Dinosaur' combines a predictable plot with gorgeous animation

Pixar film has plenty to keep younger set entertained. → Read More

St. Louis Science Center announces new 1-acre permanent agriculture exhibit

Exhibit will include pavilion designed by Gyo Obata → Read More

Music review: One hit, one miss for St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

Brett Dean's "The Lost Art of Letter Writing" unlikely to stand the test of time. → Read More

Wehrenberg to build 500-seat Imax

Wehrenberg Theatres will build a 500-seat Imax theater at the Ronnie's 20 Cine on South Lindbergh, according to chief operating officer Bill Menke. To accomplish that, the company will tear down two existing auditoriums, and build a screen that's 44 feet tall by 80 feet wide. "We've got the pricing," said Menke, "and we've got a plan submitted for the construction permitting." Construction is… → Read More

Music review: Wowed by an overdue St. Louis Symphony Orchestra premiere

Carl Nielsen's Symphony No. 3 finally makes it to St. Louis → Read More

Ronald P. Krueger, third-generation cinema owner, dies

President and CEO of Wehrenberg Theatres was a dedicated supporter of the Salvation Army. → Read More

Music review: Great 'Gloria' from the Bach Society but so-so Bach

Soprano Mary Wilson is in dazzling form → Read More

Trombones of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra boost Cardinals

It's October, and that means that the Cardinals are playing in the post-season. The members of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, second to none in their Cardinals spirit, can be → Read More

Escape the Room challenges players to get out before time is up

Visitors have to solve the puzzle in an hour or less. → Read More

Great music, great sentiments and great performances at SLSO

Redemption and hope triumph, along with Beethoven and Wagner. → Read More

Cathedral Concerts opens its season with St. Louis favorites

Soprano Christine Brewer and organist Paul Jacobs have a fine new recording → Read More

Believe it or not: Oddities on view at the Science Center can educate, too

From a two-faced calf to unusual art, it's believable → Read More

An evening of sublime Strauss with Mattila and the SLSO

Richard Strauss (1864-1949) was the heir to Richard Wagner's mantle as an opera composer, and a witty, insightful orchestral writer who honed the art of the tone poem and made it sparkle. On Friday night at Powell Symphony Hall, his genius was on full display. St. Louis Symphony Orchestra music director David Robertson chose two works of Straussian genius and one interesting rarity to fill the… → Read More

A Jeff City art flap, as politicos use a Benton as a writing surface

Mo Republican Party vice-chair and a friend eschew tables for art. → Read More

SLSO's Marie-Hélène Bernard pitches high and straight

The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra president-CEO proves that practice pays off → Read More

Wells Fargo Advisors expands support of A&E

Wells Fargo Advisors gives $100,000 for arts and management education → Read More

Opera review: Brünnhilde rules in Union Avenue Opera's 'Götterdämmerung'

This is the way the world ends: not with a bang, not with a whimper, but with some of the most glorious music ever composed. Well, that’s the way the world ends when Richard Wagner is in charge. On Friday night, Union Avenue Opera opened its production of Wagner’s “Götterdämmerung (The Twilight of the Gods),” the fourth and final opera in “Der Ring des Nibelungen.” This production brings to a… → Read More

Selfie sticks get the boot at Fair St. Louis and other venues

For years, a certain segment of the population observed its holiday surroundings — famous monuments, famous works of art, famous tourist destinations — primarily through the lens of a camera. Then came the selfie, which enabled them to be a part of the picture without involving an outsider. Then, following logically, came the selfie stick. Now the selfie stick is being removed from the equation… → Read More