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Missouri native David Nail headlines "Country Day" on July 3, while Vertical Horizon rocks it out July 4.
The 190,000 gallon saltwater habitat features a glass viewing area and a see-through tunnel for underwater viewing.
The season opens with "Thoroughly Modern Millie" and includes "Chicago," "Aladdin," "Dreamgirls," "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," "Pirates!" and "The King and I."
The Faire, this weekend in Wentzville's Rotary Park, features singing, comedy, jousting, craft demonstrations and more.
Well Hungarians and Night Moves headline, with an art garden, upscale food and beverages, and Sunday races followed by an afternoon of blues tunes.
Kim Massie, Nikko Smith, Aloha Mi'sho, the Dirty Muggs and the St. Lunatics are among the acts scheduled to perform at Heman Park.
The free shows run at 8 p.m. nightly except Tuesdays May 23-June 17 in Shakespeare Glen, east of the St. Louis Art Museum.
The fair features fine art and fine craft, including basket weaver Helen Springer, and live performances by Erin Bode, Farshid Etniko and more.
The three-day event at Frontier Park in St. Charles includes music, dance, athletic contests, food and more.
Gerrold, who wrote 'The Trouble With Tribbles,' will discuss the show and the 'Star Trek' phenomenon tonight at the St. Louis Science Center.
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