Not totally satisfied with your weekend itinerary? Just check out Go!, our regular feature highlighting everything from rock shows to art openings, from delicious dishes to hidden-gem hangouts.
Slein Time: Hurry! The opening reception for Tom Reed: The Land Beyond and You Owe Me: New Paintings by James Barsness at the Philip Slein Gallery (1319 Washington Avenue; 314-621-4634) runs from 6 to 9 p.m. so get up there! Now! (But if you miss it, the gallery is also open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow.)
And the Singer Sings His/Her Song: Itching to hear some of St. Louis' up-and-coming songwriters? Stop by Pop's Blue Moon (5249 Pattison Avenue) for Songwriter's Night, as Leslie Sanazaro, Kevin Bilchik, Jesse Irwin and Celia trade songs and stories. The evening begins at 9 p.m. and the cover charge is $5.
Fashion First: Get your fash' on over to the Piper Palm House in Tower Grove Park (4256 Magnolia Avenue) for the Garden of Eden fashion show, which marks the debut of the Element 8 clothing line and also features designs from Baby Phat, Prada and Dolce & Gabbana. The show runs from 2 to 4:30 p.m.; tickets cost $30 (if still available). Call 314-560-0915 for more information.
Oh Say Can You See: SeepeopleS make their return to St. Louis tonight, playing at Cicero's (6691 Delmar Boulevard; University City) with their pals in the Dogtown Allstars. Based in Asheville, North Carolina, but with roots all over the Midwest (bassist Dan Ingenthron was born and raised in St. Louis), the four-piece plays melodic, rootsy rock music with a penchant for atmospheric, spaced-out moments of bliss. This show also serves as the release party for their latest album, Apocalypse Cow Vol. I. The show starts at 9 p.m.; tickets are $5.
Hippity-Hoppity: Easter is here! And so is the yummy food! The Bevo Mill (4749 Gravois Avenue) does Easter eatin' up right with a brunch from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. ($10.95 to $22.95) and a big coursed dinner (seating begins at 6 p.m.). Call 314-481-2626 for your required reservations.
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