“We no longer feel comfortable giving her shelf space while she uses her extensive platform to deride the humanity of trans women.”
The library will open 15 of its locations on Monday.
Walk through the Central West End on a normal June 21, and you’ll see performers on every street corner, blasting saxophones, strumming harps and playing violin rock. At some point, a marching band will flood the street. Bright-colored pianos will be sprinkled throughout the neighborhood, begging anyone and everyone to […]
Local and National Make Music Day Organizers Developed New, Creative, Socially Distanced Ways for Anyone to Participate in the Annual Global Celebration on June 21
Racism isn’t just a topic in the streets, as St. Louis has joined cities across the nation in marching against police brutality toward people of color. It’s also a topic at bookstores and libraries, as readers increasingly seek out books that examine and critique racism.
Duane Reed Gallery, following the governmentally mandated COVID-19 lockdown, reopened for public viewing on Tuesday.
To help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to continue to serve our community, St. Louis Public Library will be taking several precautions as they begin to make their services available again. Below is an outline of their initial plan as well as some FAQs.
Before the pandemic, Left Bank Books’ annual sales were approaching $2 million, mostly from in-store sales.
One of the most electrifying and elegant art exhibitions of 2019 originated with a lady equally electrifying and elegant: Susan Barrett.
Booksellers in St. Louis city and county have no plans to reopen next week, when some restrictions on businesses are loosening.