RECESS, an entrepreneurial presentation tour which will culminate in an idea and music festival in Los Angeles, will host a qualifying round at Washington University on April 7.
Over the past several years, LouFest has been growing in its quality and its popularity. It has been attracting more and more Washington University students with its strong lineups and hip, local vibe.
Holi is one of the South 40’s most beloved traditions–check out photos of students enjoying the annual event Friday. Photos by Megan Magray | Student Life
St. Louis’s biggest music festival, LouFest, is just around the corner. This year is the first time LouFest has taken place during Wash. U.’s school year, and the headliners are bigger and better than ever. Cadenza previewed some its favorite acts performing on Saturday, the first day of the festival.
I’m convinced that the 1904 World’s Fair brain trust knew that its greatest contribution to the future would be the ideal place to sled down on cafeteria trays in the winter.
t in the Carson Room waiting to begin my new job as assistant dramaturg for the A.E. Hotchner Playwriting Festival, I had two distinct thoughts: “What is a dramaturg,” and “Please don’t make it as bad as it sounds.”
The PLAY:stl festival is upon us again. Now in its third year, the weekend boasts more than 100 bands on 10 stages. St. Louis’ premier music festival has been steadily growing since its inception in 2007, from 90 bands on seven stages to 99 bands over three days in 2008. The bands are mostly on […]
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