Tower Grove Pride Expands to Tower Grove Park in 2018

Big news: Tower Grove Pride is taking it to the park for 2018! The festival, founded in 2013, has been expanding across South Grand for years. Now, it’s headed for shady, beautiful Tower Grove Park. “Last year we filled every square inch of sidewalk space on several blocks and side streets along South Grand,” said

The Sweetest Massacre

Maybe you think Valentine’s Day is great, and maybe you think it’s a dumb fake holiday cooked up by Big Chocolate. Either way, Saturday nights are meant for gettin’ into it. And this Saturday, GutterGlitter’s Galentines Day Massacre looks like the place to be. The 18+ dance party takes over Community Arts and Movement Project

Mardi Gras Saturday!

Ok, this is it. You’ve been training all year and the big day is finally here—Saturday is Mardi Gras! (Technically no it isn’t. Actual Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras, is the 13th, but day drinking on a Tuesday is apt to get you fired so we’re not here for it—unless you are. No judgment. But there’s

Intersect Arts Center Grand Opening

Saturday, the place to be is Intersect Arts Center, 3636 Texas Avenue. The space is throwing a party to celebrate its renovation and reopening. Looks to be quite the bash, with food and cocktails, jazz by Jenna Bauer and the Be Here Nows, performances by Leverage Dance Theater and much more. Featured is Dave Moore’s

Dance It Out with Fierce Frida

Tomorrow night, dance until your eyebrows merge at The Night Owl. The swanky spot above Tree House, the vegetarian restaurant on South Grand, is hosting its second Frida Kahlo-themed dance party for LGBTQIA folx & friends. The queer Mexican painter didn’t let her physical challenges get her down. She zhushed up the corsets and crutches

Women’s March for Truth

Put your marching shoes on, because last year’s Women’s March was no one-off. Tomorrow at 10 a.m., the second St. Louis Women’s March for Truth steps off from Aloe Plaza on Market Street. The route wraps up at Luther Ely Smith Plaza behind the Old Courthouse. The slate of speakers is stacked with impressive women

5 New Year’s Resolutions For St. Louis’ LGBTQ Fam in 2018

It’s that time of year again, and St. Louis is sparkling with that Midwestern holiday glow. While you’re hanging Christmas lights, shopping for Hanukkah presents and lighting the Kwanzaa kinara, don’t forget that the ultimate test comes at the end of the month with New Year’s Eve. Sure, there’s the task of finding the perfect

A Candy Crush

Justin Allen knew from a young age that the line between genders was blurry. Though plagued by social anxiety, he began spending time at Van Ella Studios, that well-known local workshop of burlesque, vaudeville and variety entertainment. While there, he transformed himself into a female-presenting character, Sugar Rush, who will be one of many artists

Tone-Deaf Tenderness

Max & Louie Productions, a mid-sized St. Louis theater nonprofit that staged the Grey Gardens musical last year, is back again with another foray into camp. This time, it’s the play Souvenir. The show is based on the true story of society matron Florence Foster Jenkins, a rich 1920s egomaniac who yearned to be a

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