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On this day (Thur June 24th 2021) in 1876, Forest Park formally opened to the public
Because 1,100 of the park's 1,380 acres of land were forested, the name Forest Park was agreed upon. At the time of it's opening, the park was considered very far away from the City, but it is now a central and integral part St. Louis' urban fabric and cultural life! Happy 145th birthday, Forest Park!
Dan Martin as drawn by Rj Shay
Renowned St Louis Post-Dispatch artist Dan Martin will be inducted into the St. Louis Media History Foundation's Hall of Fame on March 21, 2020. The second longest tenured artist drawing the Post Weatherbird since its birth in 1901 also making it the oldest continuous character in media history. Congratulations to Dan for his talent and friendship!
Five Highway 40 (I-64) ramps to close permanently on Feb. 3 for new soccer stadium
ST. LOUIS — Five major ramps on Highway 40 (Interstate 64) will close permanently early next month to make way for construction of a Major League Soccer stadium, the city and stadium developers announced Thursday. The Pine, Market/Chestnut and Ewing ramps will be closed beginning at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3. I-64 eastbound: On-ramp from South Ewing Avenue On-ramp from Pine Street and Market Street Exit 38B at North 20th Street and Chestnut Street
Artists Serving Artists - Patrick Weck
"Imagination is a really important part of everything I do." Meet Patrick, an artist, and associate at our St. Louis store. Inspired by natural history, surrealism, and speculative fiction, Patrick’s illustrations and murals feature fantastical creatures, lush scenery, and intricate detail. He uses Higgins Drawing Inks and Clearprint Drafting and Design Fade-Out Vellum Pads to create the imaginative characters in his illustrations.
Robert Rauschenberg created this poster to commemorate the St Louis Symphony Orchestra's 1968 season
the first year they played in historic Powell Hall. Tonight the Symphony is traveling from Powell Hall to Forest Park to play their annual free concert under the stars! Hear Art Hill come alive with the sounds of music starting at 7 pm. #STLArtMuseum slso.org Robert Rauschenberg, American, 1925–2008; St. Louis Symphony Poster, 1968; offset lithograph; 31 x 26 inches; Saint Louis Art Museum, Gift of Jane and Warren Shapleigh 5:1968; © Robert Rauschenberg/Licensed by ARS, New York, NY