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  • Blank Space
    2847 Cherokee St. | St. Louis - Clayton

    The "blank space" here acts as a canvas of endless possibility for local musicians and creatives to lay down a palette of sights and sounds on. From concerts and film screenings to readings and... More on Blank Space »

  • Blanche M Touhill Performing Arts Center
    1 University Boulevard | North St. Louis County

    The Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center on the UMSL campus in north county hosts some of the best theater, performing arts events, live music and much more in St. Louis.

  • The Muny
    Forest Park | St. Louis - Forest Park

    The Muny notes that it is "America's oldest and largest outdoor musical theatre," but it should probably add "most magical" to that list of superlatives as well. Nearing 100 years old, the Muny... More on The Muny »

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  • Webster University-Moore Auditorium
    470 E. Lockwood Ave. | Webster Groves
  • 4143 Laclede Ave. | St. Louis - Central West End

    Nestled on a residential street in the Central West End, Kramer's Marionnette Theatre has delighted generations of St. Louis children with its wholesome puppet shows, and it continues to do so... More on Kramer's Marionnette Theater »

  • Funny Bone Comedy Club-Westport Plaza
    614 Westport Plaza | Maryland Heights

    Funny Bone may well be St. Louis' premiere venue for comedy. And while this friendly Westport Plaza club features national touring comedians, it also welcomes all varieties of local comic talent.... More on Funny Bone Comedy Club-Westport Plaza »

  • Gaslight Theater
    358 N. Boyle Ave. | St. Louis - Central West End

    A renovation/revitalization success story, the intimate 97-seat Gaslight Theater pays homage to the nearby Gaslight Square area, St. Louis' once-thriving entertainment district, both with the... More on Gaslight Theater »

  • 2010 Mallinckrodt St. | St. Louis - Fairground Park

    Combining community organizing with historic preservation and contemporary art, the Rebuild Foundation offers a bold and ambitious vision that speaks to the heart of today's most avant-garde... More on Rebuild Foundation »

  • Encapsulated Studios
    2607 Bellevue Ave. | Maplewood

    For active bands, Encapsulated Studio provides a mecca for recording and screen-printing. The facility offers practice space for local groups and post-show crash space for touring bands. The joint... More on Encapsulated Studios »

  • mushmaus
    2700 Cherokee St. | St. Louis - Clayton

    mushmaus, a self-proclaimed artist interchange, idea incubator and DIY arena, provides plenty of space for unconventional sights and sounds to lurk, crawl, leap and fall. The 7,500 square foot... More on mushmaus »

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  • Dining at Lambert Airport (10701 Lambert International Boulevard; 314-426-8000) sure is getting a makeover. First the Budweiser bar rebranded itself as Eighteen-76, then Mike Shannon's added an outpost after a strong debut in Edwardsville, Illinois. Now, international travelers will be able to get even more of a taste of St. Louis. See also: Mike Shannon's Joins Lambert Airport Local... More on Lambert St. Louis International Airport »

  • Eric Kelly opened Scape (48 Maryland Plaza; 314-361-7227) over six years ago in the Central West End. His last day was April 10. Kelly will be moving to Seattle to work with Restaurants Unlimited, a group that currently owns 49 restaurants. See also: Backbar at Scape is Ready for Spring "My partners and I weren't necessarily philosophically aligned on everything," Kelly tells Gut Check. "I... More on Scape American Bistro »

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