Upcoming events

07
Mar
2018

London, 1850: an anonymous writer sends a letter to the paper claiming to have committed the perfect crime—and promising to kill again. Young gentleman sleuth Charles Lenox is convinced that this is his chance to prove himself. In the tradition of Sherlock Holmes, this chilling new mystery in the bestselling historical suspense series takes readers back to Lenox’s very first case and the ruthless serial killer who would set him on the course to become one of London’s most brilliant detectives.

08
Mar
2018

03-08-2018
$10.00

Shane Smith & The Sinners and Flatland Calvary come to the Off Broadway March 8th, 2018 Doors 7pm Show 8pm Advance tickets $10 All ages show with a $3 minor surcharge. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult (21+)

$10.00
08
Mar
2018

03-08-2018
$20.00

New Line Theatre presents Anything Goes
March 1 – 24, 2018
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Thursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)
Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20
It’s 1934 and you’re going on a wild transatlantic cruise full of sex, booze, God, and gangsters. New Line continues its 27th season with the rowdy, naughty, subversive masterpiece of musical comedy, Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, a stinging satire of Americans’ quirky habit of turning religion into show business and criminals into celebrities, along the way skewering Wall Street, Prohibition, Old Money Brits, and a few other ripe targets. Anything Goes is a masterful mashup of musical comedy, gangaster movie, screwball comedy, and social satire. Anything Goes fearlessly ripped open the American psyche and spilled it all out onto a Broadway stage. And the American pysche hasn’t changed that much since 1934. Despite its reputation as fluff, the show is a whip-smart satire of American “cafe society” (the 1% of 1934), with the steamship S.S. American standing in for Shakespeare’s woods, a place with no rules, where people find out who they really are and “correct” the mistakes they’ve made in the world of the City.
For more information, visit the New Line Theatre website.

$20.00
08
Mar
2018

03-08-2018 -11:30 pm

Jeremy Segel-Moss and Leslie Sanazaro every Thursday night at Yaqui's on Cherokee from 8:30-11:30p

09
Mar
2018

03-09-2018
$25.00

Doors 7pm, Show 8pm, $25 Flat, All Ages, Buy Tickets @ Metrotix.com

If joy were a person, he’d bring both peace and frenzy. He’d be full of music, light, and energy that soothes even as it stirs us up. Eyes closed, wire-rim glasses in place, mandolin pressed against his ribs, joy would be Sam Bush on a stage. “I feel fortunate that when it’s time to play, no matter how I feel physically or mentally, once the downbeat starts, my mind goes to a place that’s all music,” says Bush. “The joy of the music comes to me and overtakes me sometimes — I just become part of the music.” That rapt merging of life and art fills Bush’s new album Storyman, a freewheeling collection that gleefully picks and chooses from jazz, folk, blues, reggae, country swing, and bluegrass to create a jubilant noise only classifiable as the Sam Bush sound. Many of the songs are stories — several of them true — and the legendary mandolin player co-wrote every one of them with friends including Guy Clark, Emmylou Harris, Jon Randall Stewart, Jeff Black, and others. “I’m hoping it just kind of flows for people and makes them go, ‘Hey! It’s a Sam record. It sounds like Sam and the band,'” Bush says. “But for the first time ever, I also find myself thinking, ‘I hope you enjoy the stories.’ It’s my singer-songwriter record.” The Father of Newgrass and King of Telluride has long since established himself as roots royalty, revered for both his solo and sideman work, which includes time with Harris, Lyle Lovett, and Béla Fleck. But instead of kicking back and soaking up honors such as an Americana Music Association Lifetime Achievement Award and suite of Grammys and International Bluegrass Music Association trophies, Bush still strives relentlessly to create something new.

$25.00
09
Mar
2018

03-09-2018
$25.00

New Line Theatre
presents
Anything Goes
March 1 – 24, 2018
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Thursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)
Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20
It’s 1934 and you’re going on a wild transatlantic cruise full of sex, booze, God, and gangsters. New Line continues its 27th season with the rowdy, naughty, subversive masterpiece of musical comedy, Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, a stinging satire of Americans’ quirky habit of turning religion into show business and criminals into celebrities, along the way skewering Wall Street, Prohibition, Old Money Brits, and a few other ripe targets. Anything Goes is a masterful mashup of musical comedy, gangaster movie, screwball comedy, and social satire. Anything Goes fearlessly ripped open the American psyche and spilled it all out onto a Broadway stage. And the American pysche hasn’t changed that much since 1934. Despite its reputation as fluff, the show is a whip-smart satire of American “cafe society” (the 1% of 1934), with the steamship S.S. American standing in for Shakespeare’s woods, a place with no rules, where people find out who they really are and “correct” the mistakes they’ve made in the world of the City.
For more information, visit the New Line Theatre website.

$25.00
10
Mar
2018

03-10-2018

Folk School jams are a great way to spend a weekend afternoon. Musicians of all skill levels come together to play and enjoy music under the guidance of a Folk School instructor. Jams are free and open to the public. Participants take turns leading songs and choosing tunes. These informal gatherings are a great way to get back to the basics and simply enjoy playing. Join in!

Folk School Jams are made possible by 

10
Mar
2018

03-10-2018
$10.00

On March 10, School of Rock will show their support for public radio station 88.1 KDHX with a benefit concert at The Stage at KDHX.

School of Rock is a performance based music school for kids and adults with two locations in Saint Louis, one in Kirkwood and one in Ballwin. Kids work in groups and prepare for end of season shows which they perform at real rock venues in Saint Louis.
This benefit concert will showcase the audition-only House Bands from both the Kirkwood and Ballwin School of Rock. The School of Rock House Bands are made up of hard working, talented students under the age of 18.

They will perform the music of Tame Impala and Hiatus Kaiyote.

WHERE: 3524 Washington Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103
starting at 7:00 pm with a $10 suggested donation. All proceeds benefit KDHX.

$10.00
10
Mar
2018

03-10-2018 -10:00 pm
$19.00

Passion and Precision is the motto for these performers of exceptional range of vocal power and color. Performing by candlelight, the singers create an atmosphere of deeply moving spiritual and musical reflection. “Tenebrae was incredible – no, unbelievable!” A. Dennis Sparger, Bach Society of St. Louis.
Ticket Prices: $19-$42

$19.00
10
Mar
2018

03-10-2018
$25.00

New Line Theatre
presents
Anything Goes
March 1 – 24, 2018
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Thursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)
Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20
It’s 1934 and you’re going on a wild transatlantic cruise full of sex, booze, God, and gangsters. New Line continues its 27th season with the rowdy, naughty, subversive masterpiece of musical comedy, Cole Porter’s Anything Goes, a stinging satire of Americans’ quirky habit of turning religion into show business and criminals into celebrities, along the way skewering Wall Street, Prohibition, Old Money Brits, and a few other ripe targets. Anything Goes is a masterful mashup of musical comedy, gangaster movie, screwball comedy, and social satire. Anything Goes fearlessly ripped open the American psyche and spilled it all out onto a Broadway stage. And the American pysche hasn’t changed that much since 1934. Despite its reputation as fluff, the show is a whip-smart satire of American “cafe society” (the 1% of 1934), with the steamship S.S. American standing in for Shakespeare’s woods, a place with no rules, where people find out who they really are and “correct” the mistakes they’ve made in the world of the City.
For more information, visit the New Line Theatre website.

$25.00
11
Mar
2018

03-11-2018

"Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis’ finest musicians for “The Dark Room Brunch Sessions”. Two sets of tunes from 11am-1:30pm is paired with our brand new brunch menu, served 10am-3pm. More info: http://www.thedarkroomstl.com/

 

11
Mar
2018

03-11-2018 -4:30 pm
$10.00

Dance to music by the fabulous Boudin Brothers.  Basic zydeco dance lesson at 1:45pm, followed by dancing to live music 2:30-4:30pm. No experience or partner necessary. $10 admission.

$10.00
11
Mar
2018

03-11-2018 -9:00 pm
$20.00

Dave Dickey Big Band
with
Special Guest (TBA
March 11, 2018
5pm – 9pm
$20 Adult GA / $10 Student GA
$80 Orchestra Booth (seats 4)
$120 Balcony Booth (seats 6)
The Dave Dickey Big Band performs in the beautiful Grandel Theatre. The evening will start at 5 PM in The Dark Room (lobby of the Grandel Theatre) with a performance from a local high schools jazz combos from 5-5:45 (school TBD). The kitchen and bar will be open for listeners to sit and eat while they listen to the combos. The Dave Dickey Big Band will start in the theater at 6 PM. Intermission will be feature the high school jazz combo with the last set being the Dave Dickey Big Band with several of the high school students sitting in.

$20.00
11
Mar
2018

Left Bank Books presents an event in honor of Women's History Month with bestselling author and illustrator Pénélope Bagieu, who will sign and discuss her new graphic novel, "Brazen: Rebel Ladies Who Rocked the World"!

This event is free and open to the public, but proof of purchase of "Brazen" from Left Bank Books will be required to enter the signing line.

In "Brazen," celebrated cartoonist Pénélope Bagieu tells the true stories of daring women throughout history. With her characteristic wit and dazzling drawings, Pénélope Bagieu profiles the lives of formidable female role models, some world famous, some little known. From Nellie Bly to Mae Jemison, or Josephine Baker to Naziq al-Abid, their stories are sure to inspire the next generation of rebel ladies.

12
Mar
2018

Presented by the ‘Buzz’ Westfall Favorite Author Series


Nashville, August 1920. Thirty-five states have ratified the Nineteenth Amendment, 12 have rejected or refused to vote, and one last state is needed. It all comes down to Tennessee, the moment of truth for the suffragists, after a seven-decade crusade. Following a handful of remarkable women who led their respective forces into battle, “The Woman's Hour” is an inspiring story of activists winning their own freedom in one of the first great twentieth-century battles for civil rights.

12
Mar
2018

03-12-2018 -9:00 pm

The winter session of social dance classes is starting at St. Charles Community College the week of Jan. 16. Classes will be held in the College Center dance studio on the SCC campus, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive in Cottleville. Classes will be held Jan. 16-March 12.  

Learn how to swing, rumba, line dance and more with award-winning dance instructors Linda Landwehr and Stan Mayer. The eight-week session costs $52 per person. Students, ages 14 and up, should enroll with a partner.

Good dancing is a lifetime investment in fun and wellness. It’s a great way to get exercise without working out. Dancing will open up a wonderful world of togetherness, and it provides participants with a thriving, year-round social calendar.

For more information and to enroll, visit stchas.edu/learnforlife.

12
Mar
2018

Left Bank Books welcomes author and pianist Catherine Kautsky, who will sign and discuss her new book, "Debussy's Paris: Piano Portraits of the Belle Époque,: with St. Louis Post-Dispatch theater critic Judith Newmark!

This event is free and open to the public, but proof of purchase of "Debussy's Paris" from Left Bank Books will be required to enter the signing line.

Claude Debussy's exquisite piano works have captivated generations with their dreamlike atmosphere and mysterious soundscapes. Written in Paris at the height of the Belle Époque, the music creates a soundtrack for Parisians' enjoyment of such delights as clowns, mermaids, eccentric dances, and the dark tales of Edgar Allan Poe. "Debussy's Paris" explores how key works reflect not only the most appealing and innocent aspects of Paris but also more disquieting attitudes of the time such as racism, colonial domination, and nationalistic hostility. Pianist Catherine Kautsky reveals little-known elements of Parisian culture and weaves the music, the man, the city, and the era into an indissoluble whole.

12
Mar
2018

03-12-2018 -11:30 pm
13
Mar
2018

03-13-2018

Veteran story time lady, Georgy Rock,  joins us each Tuesday morning from 10:30-11am to read stories, sing songs, laugh, and be silly. All ages welcome, and always free. Today is our special Children's Book Week edition.

13
Mar
2018

Nationally bestselling author of “The Guest Room” and “The Double Bind,” Chris Bohjalian delivers a powerful story about the ways an entire life can change in one night. Cassandra Bowden is no stranger to hungover mornings--her job as a flight attendant making it easy to find adventure. The occasional blackouts seem to be inevitable, but harmless—until she awakes in a Dubai hotel room with a dead man by her side and no idea what has happened, Set amid the captivating world of those whose lives unfold at forty thousand feet, “The Flight Attendant” unveils a spellbinding story of memory, of the giddy pleasures of alcohol and the devastating consequences of addiction, and of murder far from home.

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