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Symphony Executes Seamless Performance

Symphony Executes Seamless Performance

January 13, 2019

The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra got everyone into the Christmas spirit before the holidays by performing a live score to the movie “Home Alone” the weekend of Dec. 14. The show appeared to be a h...

Jason Mraz: A Storyteller

Jason Mraz: A Storyteller

December 12, 2018

Jason Mraz, widely known for his 2008 classic “I’m Yours,” performed a laid-back acoustic set accompanied by Toca Rivera and Gregory Page. Mraz told the story of his origins at a coffee shop, Java ...

Jose Antonio Vargas Humanizes the Illegal Immigrant Narrative

Jose Antonio Vargas Humanizes the Illegal Immigrant Narrative

December 6, 2018

When immigration is a hot topic in the news—and the Twitter feed of President Trump—Jose Antonio Vargas offers an enlightening narrative of immigration issues in the United States. “Dear America” te...

It’s a Hamilton Christmas

It’s a Hamilton Christmas

December 6, 2018

Powell Hall kicked off their Christmas celebrations Sunday evening with a 90-minute set from Leslie Odom Jr., who is most famously known for his role in the smash hit “Hamilton,” as the original Aaro...

Young the Giant Hits Home with Audience, Produces More Mature Album

Young the Giant Hits Home with Audience, Produces More Mature Album

December 5, 2018

On Wednesday, Nov. 28, Young the Giant returned to St. Louis for the fourth time since their “Home of the Strange” tour. After performing at the Pageant during the fall of 2016, they returned in th...

Duo in HoHo Show Share Love for St. Louis

Duo in HoHo Show Share Love for St. Louis

December 5, 2018

The Point continued their string of HoHo Shows at The Pageant with the duo of lovelytheband and Bastille Thursday, Nov. 29. The combination of the two bands was something that I would never have put tog...

ACL is More Than Just a Music Festival

ACL is More Than Just a Music Festival

December 5, 2018

Austin City Limits has made its way onto the list of one of the world’s most well-known music festivals. Since its founding in 2002, the three-day music festival is in the heart of Zilker Park in dow...

A Preview of SLU’s “The Crucible”

A Preview of SLU’s “The Crucible”

November 30, 2018

The second show of Saint Louis University’s Theater Season opens on Thursday, and runs through Dec. 2. “The Crucible” is a play based on the mass hysteria caused by the Salem witch trials. Written...

Starwolf Shines at Blueberry Hill

Starwolf Shines at Blueberry Hill

November 30, 2018

Laden with undertones from songs of the 1980s, Starwolf’s music successfully works indie with synth pop. The St. Louis band released its debut EP “Ti Amo, Stargazer” on Nov. 9, which features six s...

The message of ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ clicks

The message of ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ clicks

November 30, 2018

“Ralph Breaks the Internet,” the long-awaited sequel to Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph,” crashed into theatres on Nov. 21. Hype for the film built through teaser trailers, primarily featuring familiar in...

Fantastic Beasts Roars In Theaters

Fantastic Beasts Roars In Theaters

November 29, 2018

After much laid out background information in the first Fantastic Beasts, the director David Yates comes back with “Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald,” written by J.K. Rowling. The sequel includes...

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