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    Celebrity chef-consultant Richard Blais helped recruit Gethin, who brings an extensive resumé of seafood-style plates after living in San Diego for the past 18 years.

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    Though the Forest Park festival's a no-go, it's still a great weekend for music, shopping, and more.

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    Chef Logan Ely serves up set menus of inventive small plates in a former liquor store.

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    “Poké is poké,” says Nadeem Hosseini, “but there is always room to do things that haven’t been done before.”

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    Influenced by Renaissance Italy, George Ingham Barnett designed Henry Shaw’s Italianate villa, St. Vincent de Paul Church, the Grand Water Tower…

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    On August 14, 40 startups competed for a grant to grow their businesses in St. Louis. Here's what pitch day was like for one—Big Heart Tea Co.

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    The talent’s strong here, and there was (sigh) plenty of material.

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    The audience was on its feet and singing along Thursday night at The Fabulous Fox.

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    Every Friday, dining editor George Mahe answers a culinary query.

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    Professor Lee Epstein tells us what's most interesting about the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation, and why she started studying the highest court in the country.

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    The seafood chain will open its doors at 5860 Delmar on Saturday at 11:30 a.m.

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    Proceeds from the event will be used for pediatric cancer research.

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    The musicians will bring a variety of styles to the stage.

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    The performance celebrates the 50th anniversary of the orchestra’s first free community concert in Forest Park.

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    Rachel Oiknine and Laurie Wayne wanted accessories that could go with each moment of their busy schedules.

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    Editor's Note: This story has been updated from the original version.

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    A Wash.U. prof recovers the writings of 17th-century women who broke, for a fleeting but exhilarating historical moment, the gender barrier.

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    South Grand Fall Fest, the Great Forest Park Balloon Race and Glow, and more

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    The women's college will reduce their annual undergraduate tuition by $8,250 beginning fall 2019.

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    The museum and concert venue will host artists from Latin America, South Africa, and India as part of the new World Music Series.

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    St. Louis Magazine dining editor George Mahe discusses topical dining subjects.

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    The smell of cinnamon is enough to put anyone in an autumn mood.

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    The evening included Starr's "It Don't Come Easy" and closed with The Beatles' "With a Little Help From My Friends."

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    The pub's theme takes its inspiration from America’s most famous criminal who got away.

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    The California chain serves colorful ice cream sandwiches and freshly baked cookies.

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    New research has many doctors rethinking their protocols.

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    Trump is scheduled to appear at the Show Me Center in Cape Girardeau on Thursday, September 13, campaigning for senate contender Josh Hawley.

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    Menstruation is stigmatized in Ethiopia, but it’s not easy here, either.

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    Only 273 other people in the world have passed the three-part test since the program began in 1969.

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    The two chefs pair sauces and smoked meat for new taco tastes unfamiliar to Soulard.

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    Co-owners Lisa Nicholas and Joe Kandel shuttered the Ellisville location over the summer.

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    Guests can sample more than 40 styles and six specialty taps, including five never before tasted.

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    Here are three facts to know about the new rinks.

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    Help Maroon 5 break in the newly renovated Enterprise Center, taste test local eateries in Chesterfield, watch hot air balloons take off in Forest Park, and more.

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    Three stories, six bedrooms, and more than 3,000 square feet of living space.

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    All proceeds from the private select blend will benefit local charities.

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    The 11th annual "farm-raiser" will be held at Union Station on October 5 with proceeds benefiting EarthDance Organic Farm School.

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    Find Circus Flora performers, local music, and a stein-holding competition on Washington Avenue September 28.

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    The group is playing Blueberry Hill’s Duck Room October 6, and will release the album that evening.

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    If the Cardinal wins the fan-favorite poll, it counts as one vote. The rest are cast by a special panel that includes the MLB commissioner.

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    A recent trip to Frisco Barroom inspired an idea for a new addition to the dining scene.

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    A conversation with Dr. Ebony Carter, an assistant professor at Washington University School of Medicine who practices maternal fetal medicine

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    Editor Sarah Newell offers a sneak peek inside St. Louis Family's fall/winter issue.

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    The local neon artist displays his iconic collection of restored signs in Sunset Hills.

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    Enjoy the spectacle—and find out what art has to do with democracy.

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    The organization's Supper Club is just one way in which it's helping local refugees.

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    The Madison County seasonal favorite is done by hand, with a map—there’s no GPS involved.

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    Hazelwood native Matt Conrad will fly a 1944 B-25 bomber at the Spirit of St. Louis Air Show & STEM Expo, October 13 & 14.

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    "If you just go in and paint and put down new flooring, it’s lipstick on a pig," says Lovell.

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    It seems weird to see politicians in pinstripes touring a sewer tunnel, but this one was remarkable.