The Insider: 6.21.23

Congrats to the Food Hall at City Foundry STL! It was the only food hall in Missouri to be nominated for USA Today’s Readers’ Choice Travel Awards for the Best Food Hall in the country. You can vote for City Foundry at through July 3.

The oldest home in University City has turned 150! The Sutter-Meyer Historic Farmhouse was built in 1892 and is on the National Registry of Historic Homes. The milestone was marked with a birthday celebration last month.

“AMP” it up at the eighth annual Art, Mimosas & Pancakes. Hosted by local artist and musician Brock Seals, the event features artwork and performances by local creators, including rt Doll, Jovite Labonte, Kenneth Young, Kye Colors, Law Muziq and Malik Elijah. Check it out at 8 p.m. July 9 at the Hawthorn.

Kranzberg Arts Foundation resident visual artist Vincent Stemmler is bringing his solo exhibit Doom Scroll to The Gallery at The Kranzberg. The work explores themes of self discovery, identity and the socio-economic landscape. You can check out Doom Scroll through July 29.

Celebrate local cinema with the 23rd Annual Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase! From July 21 to 23, the showcase will spotlight 91 films in 17 programs, including narrative, experimental and documentary features and shorts. For more information and tickets, visit

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