It is hard to hear the name “Three Flags Tavern” and not be reminded of a certain classic Washington University hangout and happy hour spot north of campus, but this incognito tavern nestled away on Southwest Avenue plays a much different game than Three Kings Public House.
A genius. An innovator. A legend. These are all titles that world-renowned choreographer Bill T. Jones has received throughout his career.
Angela Maria Rodriguez Moreno’s vibrant wardrobe greets me every time I walk into Spanish 201.
The pivotal role of photography in conflict resolution will be explored in an upcoming photography conference being organized by Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts lecturers Gina Grafos and David Johnson at the Chase Park Plaza from Oct. 6-8.
The goal of the St. Louis Greater Hispanic Festival was largely focused on community building and celebration, and the funds raised during the festival will go to scholarships for college-bound students and underserved children.
Last Thursday’s Taco-Rita Showdown marked an unusual foray into the 21+ social scene in St. Louis for me. The competition, located in the Public Media Commons just east of the Central West End, was a joint collaboration between Sauce Magazine and St. Louis Public Radio.
Tina Hesman Saey got a Ph.D. in molecular genetics at Washington University and now writes for the magazine Science News. Here, we talk to her about her unconventional path to journalism and what it’s like to be a science writer.
A recently opened Dara Birnbaum exhibit is part of the Saint Louis Art Museum’s New Media Series, which exhibits digital media installations by living artists that engage the audience through both film and sound.
Washington University students are fortunate to have practically everything readily available on the Delmar Loop, whether it’s tacos, cookies, or root beer floats—and now, they can add Thai ice cream to that list.
Susan Bennet, a St. Louis-based freelance photographer and blogger, decided to do something after she found herself reading a sexist article.