Check out Scene’s book recommendations for Thanksgiving break.
Thanksgiving means food, fun and, of course, uncomfortable interrogations by family members about your day-to-day life. You know the drill: How’s school? Who are you dating? What are you going to do after you graduate? But what if there were a way to circumvent these moments altogether?
With the end of the semester coming up, it’s difficult to make time to do something fun for a change. You may be thinking, “But Rima, what is a ‘fun?’ I forgot! How do I get a ‘fun’?” No worries—here are some ideas to help you discover (or rediscover) some interesting things to do.
It’s the end of a long day, and I feel like eating a burger. I should note that I ate a burger about an hour ago. Does that stop me from still craving a burger? I wish the answer were yes. Unfortunately, I follow my appetite, which brings me to Zippy Burger, the new burger place located on Melville Avenue.
St. Louis is known for its plethora of doughnut shops, so how is one to choose? Well, there are a number of—let’s say—unique ones, including Vincent Van Doughnut and Strange Donuts, each recently opened and bringing something special to the St. Louis scene.
Last Thursday, I decided to walk all the way from Danforth House to Holmes Lounge at 7:45 p.m., hoping I would make it in time for the 8 p.m. weekly jazz performance. The night promised “An evening with Young Musicians of St. Louis featuring Kevin Cheli, Mark Wallace & the Peter Schankman Band.”
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Since its grand opening last month, Doughocracy brings the power of pizza choice to St. Louis. Don’t get me wrong: Pizza has always been welcome in the fast-food realm. But now, it doesn’t have to be of questionable quality—in fact, fast-food pizza can actually be good.
Parked inside the gallery space of Saint Louis Art Museum’s (SLAM) newest major exhibition is a black 1954 Chevrolet Corvette. “St. Louis Modern” is written above the automobile in a sleek, streamlined metal lettering that appropriately matches the style of the 150+ midcentury modern objects that fill the gallery space beyond.
In honor of No Shave November, I found a dating site called Bristlr. It’s a place that connects “those with beards to those that want to stroke beards.” Essentially, it’s the Tinder for people with beards and people who want a beard in their life.