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Coming Attractions

  • Events at Schlafly Library This Week
    7 p.m. Weds. Discourse in Digital Age on "World War Z" by Max Brooks, 6 p.m. Thurs. Learn about non-profit Project Peanut Butter started by medical professionals Mark & Mardy Manary, 225 N. Euclid.
  • "St. Louis Brews" at Left Bank Books, Friday, July 10
    7 p.m., authors Donald Roussin, Kevin Kious, and Stefene Russell on "The History of Brewing in the Gateway City," featuring a beer tasting sponsored by Urban Chestnut. 399 N. Euclid.
  • Third CWE Local Social, Friday, July 10
    6 to 9 p.m., variety of entertainment & artists on and off Euclid from Maryland to Washington Aves.
  • On View at CWE Galleries
    Paintings by Metra Mitchell at Houska Gallery, 4728 McPherson; "Jefferson, NY" at Philip Slein Gallery, 4735 McPherson; "Into the Woods," Duane Reed Gallery, 4729 McPherson; Hideki Seo Concept Drawings, Projects + Gallery, 4733 McPherson; "Women in the Atrium," Atrium Gallery, 4814 Washington, "Battle of the Board," at World Chess Hall of Fame, 4652 Maryland.


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