Remembering Ray Bradbury

One of America’s favorite science fiction authors, the late Ray Bradbury, was born on August 22, 1920. His best-known tales, all premiering in the early 1950s, are The Martian Chronicles, I Sing the Body Electric, The Illustrated Man, and his masterwork, Fahrenheit 451. Originally from Waukegan, Illinois, Bradbury’s father moved his family west during the…
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Primeval – An artists’ book

Thirty-six years ago today, on May 18, 1980, a devastating eruption occurred at Mount St. Helens, blowing off more than 1,000 feet from the mountain’s peak. With numerous small earthquakes rumbling beneath its surface over the last several weeks (they call it a swarm!) what better time to feature Primeval, hand-crafted by Washington state book…
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The Glass Menagerie – A Play

The inaugural Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis is happening this week and weekend at multiple venues in and around Grand Center. Numerous events celebrating the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright are being held, including an Al Hirschfeld caricature art exhibit, a reading of Williams’ family letters, and the screening of the film A Streetcar Named Desire in…
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