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Upcoming events

19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 -8:00 pm

A free artists opening and reception for the exhibit "we are ARTISTS first" a showcase of art that represents resiliency and hope. "we are ARTISTS first" exhibit gives voice to those who have been labeled, to those that society has placed it's own identity on, to those who rise about and dismantle divisions.

19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018
Meet Me At The Square!
 
The Folk School hosts monthly square dances at the The Stage at KDHX in Grand Center.
 
The Stage is located at 3524 Washington Ave and provides the perfect space for the Square Dance Revolution!
 
No partner necessary ~ No experience necessary
$5 
 
7:30-10:00pm
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 -10:00 pm

Monaco is pleased to debut Mala Noche, a new body of work by artist
José Guadalupe Garza. Mala Noche will open with a reception on Friday, January 19, from
7:00 – 10:00pm.
Mala Noche examines the visibility and invisibility of the Latin/a/o/x experience in the United States
— its tensions, contradictions and complexities. Images of celebrities, “Mexican” food, album covers,
and cleaning products are abstracted, blurred and arranged mise-en-scène to demonstrate ways in
which the body politic and mainstream media villainize, marginalize, and idealize our collective and
individual histories and culture.
Mala Noche takes its title from the 1985 film by Gus Van Sant and the fictional drug cartel that
appears in the American television show, CSI: Miami.
José Guadalupe Garza is an interdisciplinary artist, educator, and curator. His studio practice
utilizes cinema and popular culture as conceptual frameworks to examine ways in which histories
are continually constructed and reconstructed. Cinematic and historical events are conflated to
create anachronistic narratives and spaces, in which viewers are confronted with issues of identity,
representation, desire, violence, sexuality and consent.
Mala Noche will run through February 9, 2018. Monaco is open each Saturday during the exhibition
run from 12:00 – 6:00pm.

19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018
$36.50

“By any standard, jazz or otherwise, it is moving, mighty music." - Rolling Stone

 

After 17 years together, and a decade-long tradition with Jazz St. Louis, The Bad Plus announced a major change in the band’s infrastructure last spring.  Longtime pianist Ethan Iverson will be leaving the group, with Philadelphia native Orrin Evans joining the band in 2018.  With Iverson’s final engagement set for December 2017, bassist Reid Anderson and drummer David King will debut the NEW version of The Bad Plus, with Evans, at the Bistro!  With the new lineup, the band continues their long-standing tradition of being a leaderless trio with a committed belief in what they’ve dubbed ‘avant-garde populism’ — the idea that serious music can be as engaging and accessible as it is forward-thinking and provocative.

 

Style: modern jazz

$36.50
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018
$5.00

The Folk School of KDHX hosts a monthly square dances at the The Stage at KDHX in Grand Center.

Dance tunes provided by Blind Pig and instruction and calling by Wade Pearson.

The Stage is located at 3524 Washington Ave and provides the perfect space for the Square Dance Revolution!

No partner necessary or experience necessary.

Five bucks at the door.

$5.00
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 -10:30 pm

Nick & Maggie Sanazaro of Vintage Pluto will be performing an acoustic set of covers and originals at 612 Kitchen & Cocktails. Free Show

19
Jan
2018

A black hole is a region of space that is so massive and so compressed that its gravity overwhelms everything in the area. The gravity is so strong that nothing, not even light, should be able to escape it. However, Dr. Stephen Hawking proposed a way for some particles and energy to be emitted at the boundary of the black hole. The escaping particles are called “Hawking radiation”.  Professor Carl Bender will discuss the nature of black holes and the ‘Hawking radiation” they may emit. Co-sponsored by St. Louis Astronomical Society and NASA MO Space Grant Consortium at Washington University

19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018
$30.00

Artists don’t really make albums like Lee Ann Womack’s THE LONELY, THE LONESOME AND THE GONE anymore. Albums that seem to exist separate and apart from any external pressures. Albums that possess both a profound sense of history and a clear-eyed vision for the future. Albums that transcend genres while embracing their roots. Albums that evoke a sense of place and of personality so vivid they make listeners feel more like participants in the songs than simply admirers of them. Anybody who has paid attention to Womack for the past decade or so could see she was headed in this direction. THE LONELY, THE LONESOME AND THE GONE (ATO Records) — a breathtaking hybrid of country, soul, gospel and blues — comes from Womack’s core. “I could never shake my center of who I was,” says the East Texas native. “I’m drawn to rootsy music. It’s what moves me.”

$30.00
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018
$12.00

Doors 8pm, Show 8:30pm, $12 Flat, $32 Art of Live Wristbands, All Ages

$12.00
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018
$12.00

The Art of Live Festival Welcomes Bruiser Queen and Tristen, with special guest Summer Magic January 19th 2018 Adv tickets $10, $12 dos. 7pm doors 8pm show.

$12.00
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 - 01-20-2018 1:00 am
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 - 01-20-2018 1:00 am

Free Dirt
Moon Rocket
2 Bit Scoundrels
Eddie’s Munsters

19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018
$36.50

“By any standard, jazz or otherwise, it is moving, mighty music." - Rolling Stone

 

After 17 years together, and a decade-long tradition with Jazz St. Louis, The Bad Plus announced a major change in the band’s infrastructure last spring.  Longtime pianist Ethan Iverson will be leaving the group, with Philadelphia native Orrin Evans joining the band in 2018.  With Iverson’s final engagement set for December 2017, bassist Reid Anderson and drummer David King will debut the NEW version of The Bad Plus, with Evans, at the Bistro!  With the new lineup, the band continues their long-standing tradition of being a leaderless trio with a committed belief in what they’ve dubbed ‘avant-garde populism’ — the idea that serious music can be as engaging and accessible as it is forward-thinking and provocative.

 

Style: modern jazz

$36.50
19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 - 01-20-2018 12:30 am

Rotating Artists (9:30pm – 12:30am)
Round out your Friday night with rotating list of jazz and soul influenced live acts. On stage from 9:30pm – 12:30am (unless otherwise noted).

12/29: Two Cities One World – RSVP
1/5: Jesse Gannon Band – RSVP
1/12: Late Night with Anita Jackson – RSVP
1/19: Owen Ragland and Friends – RSVP
1/26: Harvey Lockhart & The Collective – RSVP

19
Jan
2018

01-19-2018 - 01-20-2018 2:30 am

Great live late-night jazz - saxophone, bass, and drums, often with extra guests.

20
Jan
2018

01-20-2018 12:00 am
$12.00
$12.00
20
Jan
2018

01-20-2018 -7:00 pm
20
Jan
2018

01-20-2018 -8:00 pm

The Hallquist Brothers' self-titled EP CD Release Show featuring Jackson on drums & Jonah on guitar. Come hear their raw mix of rock, punk and metal in the acoustically perfect Stagger Inn. Kitchen open, family friendly.

20
Jan
2018

01-20-2018 -10:00 pm

In Ayrshire, Scotland in 1801, a group of friends gathered to honor the memory of their beloved friend and poet, Robert Burns through a traditional meal and recitation of his poetry. Succeeding generations since then have held a Burns Dinner every January to immortalize Robert Burns and Scottish heritage. The Scottish St. Andrew Society of Greater St. Louis, dedicated to preserving Scottish culture in Missouri through education and community work, holds its own annual Burns Dinner for the Scottish-American community. The evening is the epitome of Scottish culture with bagpipers, Highland dancing, attendees donning their tartans, and learning what Burns and his poetry means to our ancestry.

The event will take place on January 20th, 2018 at the Frontenac Hilton on Lindbergh Blvd. The room opens at 5:45 with a social, cocktail hour with dinner commencing promptly at 7:00 pm. Bagpipers from the St. Louis Caledonian Pipe Band and Highland Dancers provide the wonderful music and entertainment, interspersed with toasts and dedications recognizing the contributions of Scottish-Americans. Representatives from Scottish organizations like SPAE, Drones Club, and the St. Louis Scottish Games join to share in promoting and preserving the history of Scots, their ancestry, and the impact of Scots right here in St. Louis. The evening climaxes with a scholar honoring Burns with a special message, the Immortal Memory.

20
Jan
2018

01-20-2018 -8:00 pm
$25.00

Winter Jazz Fest
feat.
Yellowjackets
&
Eric Marienthal
January 20, 2018
6pm
$25 General Admission
$100 Reserved Booth (seats up to 4)
Winter Jazz Fest featuring the Yellowjackets and Eric Marienthal, as well as some top local talent – Bach to the Future, Tracer feat. Ptah Williams, Mo E Trio, Royce Martin, and very special The Dark Room Super Jam.
Taking place on The Grandel Theatre main stage and The Dark Room stage.
Presented by Silverman Music

$25.00

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