Category «St. Louis»

Tower Grove Park’s Final Food Truck Friday

Friday October 7th was the last Food Truck Friday of 2016. The event continued as usual with slightly lower attendance than previous weeks. The lowered attendance prompted organizers not to sell Speed Passes so attendees waited patiently in line at their favorite trucks before stretching out on the grass to take in the live music. …

Normandy Homecoming Parade Shuts Down City Streets

Saturday October 8 at 10am, the Normandy High School Homecoming Parade began. Led by a team of first responders and headed up by the award winning Normandy band, the procession marched from Barack Obama Elementary to Normandy High School. The warm and clear weather brought out spectators who cheered along the bands, dancers and even horses trooping …

Pokemon trainers brave weather for final #LoopLeague event

Friday September 30th, Pokémon trainers from all over the city descended on the Delmar Loop to take advantage of its final #LoopLeague promotion. With 35 plus Poké stops, the Loop is arguably the most Pokémon friendly neighborhood in the city of St. Louis. The added incentive of non-stop lure modules on each of those stops between the hours of 12pm and …

St. Louis Area Author Chantay James Releases “Waivering Minds”

Independent author Chantay James held a book signing Saturday September 24that Meshuggah Café in the Delmar Loop. Waivering Minds, James’ second published work is a Christian Sci fi novel set in Alton, Il. “What if there was an implant that would allow your body to do whatever it needed to do, channel whatever reaction it …

Annual St. Louis Art Fair Takes Over Clayton Streets

The annual St. Louis Art Fair took over a stretch downtown Clayton this weekend with the theme Home Is Where The Art Is.  The three-day event put on by Cultural Festivals has been ranked in the top ten art festivals and fairs to visit by The Art Fair Sourcebook. Incorporating art, music and food the …

Polar Bear Melting Hearts at Saint Louis Zoo

In recent years there has been a surge in backlash against zoos and animal parks including the film Blackfish and several articles claiming that zoos drive animals crazy and should be abolished. There is rarely a shortage of controversy involving zoos from escaped animals to visitors falling (or climbing) into exhibits but the Saint Louis …

Rollin’ on the River: Majic 100.3 Night on the Water

The Tom Sawyer paddleboat was a floating party Friday June 17th. 100.3 The Beat’s BJ the DJ and Infamous DJ Quinn of Oldschool 95.5 worked the 21 and over crowd into a frenzy with jokes and good music. The Majic on the Mississippi is a two-hour cruise that combines sight seeing,dancing and drinking.   The boat departed …