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  • "I know he's scary. And I know you hate him. And that's OK — you can hate him," Tami tells her aggrieved daughter, Lisa, in Mustard Seed Theatre's production of Falling, Deanna Jent's anguishing tale of the Martin family at the point of fracture. "But moms don't get that choice."

    He, in this case, is Josh, Tami's severely autistic son who needs the family's constant supervision to achieve...

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  • Stepping into Impressionist France: Visions of Nation from Le Gray to Monet, the smart, illuminating and inaugural show now on view in the Saint Louis Art Museum's new wing, one might be forgiven for expecting a pandering parade of serene pastoral canvases rendered in soft-focus pastels.

    But don't be alarmed. While there are plenty of bucolic scenes on display, the show's curators, Simon...

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