In August of last year, St. Louis Magazine published "Six Things to Love About Randolfi’s Italian Kitchen". The list included, the atmosphere, the pasta, the pizza, quality ingredients, the bar, and the dessert. We won't disagree with any of those, but we'd like to add the menu. And we really mean the menu, not what you can order, but the actual drink menu itself. Crafted by our own James Butler, the fire-branded, leather-tied, clear-coated drink menu

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It's time for a party at SPACE. When we party, we like to do it with local artists. We're thrilled to have photographs by Benjamin Evans, Benjamin Scherliss and R.J. Hartbeck on our walls. Of course the fun is free and open to everyone, so stop in, hang out, have an Urban Chestnut beer (brewed in The Grove!) and check out some amazing work by these local photographers: Benjamin Evans: http://www.componere.com/benjamin-evans.html Benjamin Scherliss: http://benjaminscherliss.squarespace.com/ R.J.

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Remember this beaut? Kim Hayes' gorgeous 1965 Airstream Safari is coming back to SPACE this Friday for a Valentine's Day pop-up shop to help you find a special gift for that special someone. The Kabine (pronounced kah-been-uh) lived in our lot for a few months last spring while we outfitted her interior with new cabinetry to showcase Kim's curated collection of paper, textile and found objects. "Kabine" is a German word that means "cabin," and Kim

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"Each skater has their own style. They don’t just learn and do tricks; they make the tricks their own. I’d tried to skate a few times as a teenager but could never actually get a board off the ground, aka, pop a board," said St. Louis artist Kat Kissick. "But my art – my style – is generally known for bright colors, strong lines, and at times, a bold graphic quality. Putting my art on a deck – and popping

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We're pleased to welcome local artist Sandi Shapiro to our gallery on the evening of Friday, March 6, 2015 from 6 to 8 PM. Her show, Hard Edges, features colorful nonobjective paintings and wire sculpture. Of her work, Sandi says, "Marks on canvas are very important to me. When I start painting, I usually never know what the final work will ultimately look like. I consider myself an abstract expressionist. But from time to time I do

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SPACE is pleased to welcome the St. Louis Drawing Initiative for this evening's opening reception, The Figure Observed. This talented group of six artists will share their drawings, paintings and sculpture that feature the human body. The nudes, busts, and facial studies is the culmination of a passion for studying figures of all shapes and sizes. The artists stated, "The strength of the show as a whole is its variety in artistic expression. Though these artists

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Body Bloom, 30 x 40 The human body is a beautiful, biological machine, and one that we often take for granted. Nicole Cooper's paintings deftly balance the body's beauty and a celebration of the latent transformative power each contains. Come by SPACE this Friday evening to view "The Body in Bloom" at the opening reception. Nicole has used her figural painting background to create a collection of bodies with the sources of our internal strength on display. Figures are

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