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Mardi Gras FAQ: Factoids What is a Krewe? The word “Krewe” is a generic term used to describe any carnival organization or club. The word was coined by the oldest such organization in New Orleans, the Mystik Krewe of Comus who believed in 1857 that the word gave the club’s name an “olde-English” flavor. Here in St. Louis the Soulard Mardi Gras Grand Parade is made up of many Krewes. Each float or marching group represents the efforts of an individual Krewe. Who can have a Krewe? You and your friends. With some effort and creativity you and your friends can be the object of desire of hundreds of thousands of screaming revelers. What a rush!

Why Do They Throw Beads from the Parade? Why Not Throw Money? Throwing beads traces its roots to an old English custom where the local nobles would parade down the village main street and toss candies and glass beads to the peasantry. Given Mardi Gras’ unique sense of humor, New Orlinians expanded on the mock King or Rex idea with ordinary people, dressed as nobles tossing candy and trinkets to the crowd, thereby poking a bit more fun at the well-heeled. At Soulard Mardi Gras, more than 17 million beads will fly from the Lumière Place Grand Parade Route in 2009. Clearly, Mardi Gras beads have become a big business. We’re not certain what you have to do to get beads, but we sure see a lot of people wearing them after the parade. We have had some recent requests from automakers and financial titans to throw money from the parade route. We’ll stick with beads. So Why isn’t Mardi Gras The Same Date Every Year? Can You Guys Just Not Remember One Date? Unlike most annual holidays, which are a fixed date in the calendar, the date for Mardi Gras is dependent upon the date of Easter Sunday. The season itself at least begins on a fixed date, Twelfth Night, January 6. This is the day the three Magi arrived in Bethlehem to see the baby Jesus. This is also the origin of the King Cake tradition, and the reason for the toy baby inside the cake. One guess as to who it is. The end of the Carnival season, Fat Tuesday, isn’t so simple. Of course Easter always falls on the first Sunday following the first full moon of Spring. Now in truth, it’s not quite so easy as that. We’re sure you all remember Pope Gregory XIII. He was a real stickler for calendars—so much so that he threw out Julius Caesar’s calendar and made his own (we certainly wouldn’t have wanted to mess with Caesar’s calendar, but that’s another story). So the real date of Easter also deals with the difference between an astronomical full moon and an ecclesiastical full moon. But if you are that interested in all this, you should probably be reading something else. So Easter is the key to determining the date for Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, which is always the day before Ash Wednesday, 47 days before Easter Sunday. Who Runs This Party, Anyway? Mardi Gras, Inc., a 501(c) (4) not for profit organization, is responsible for producing the Mardi Gras celebration in St. Louis, recognized as one of the largest pre-Lenten celebrations in the United States. The Regional Chamber and Growth Association estimated the festival economic impact to businesses and public coffers across the entire St. Louis region at more than $21,000,000—for those counting along at home, that’s more bucks than beads, as a measly 17 million beads are thrown on River City Grand Parade Day.

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GEORGES BRAQUE AND THE CUBIST STILL LIFE, 1928–1945 January 25, 2013 - April 21, 2013

Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928–1945 offers the first detailed examination of Braque’s experiments with still lifes and interiors during the years leading up to and through World War II. During the period between the wars, Braque exhibited a freer style of Cubism, intensifying his color use and a looser rendering of objects. However, he still remained committed to the cubist method of simultaneous perspective and fragmentation. Braque employed the genre of the still life to conduct a lifelong investigation into the nature of perception through the tactile and transitory world of everyday objects.

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Attending to the cyclical nature of the artist’s work, the exhibit examines the transformations in Braque’s creative process as he moved from painting small, intimate interiors in the late 1920s, to depicting bold, large-scale, tactile Cubist spaces in the 1930s, to creating personal renderings of daily life in the 1940s. It was after WWI when Braque resumed painting in late 1916 that he began to moderate the harsh abstraction of cubism. He developed a more personal style characterized by brilliant color and textured surfaces. His many still life subjects painted during this time maintain his emphasis on structure.

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The invention of Cubism was a joint effort between Picasso and Braque who were the style’s main innovators. After meeting in 1907, Braque and Picasso began working on the development of Cubism. French art critic Louis Vauxcelles first used the term Cubism, or “bizarre cubiques”, in 1908 after seeing a picture by Braque. He described it as ‘full of little cubes’, after which the term quickly gained wide use. Both artists produced paintings of monochromatic color and complex patterns of faceted form, now termed Analytic Cubism. Unlike Picasso, Braque was interested mainly in developing Cézanne’s ideas of multiple perspectives. Braque’s essential subjects were the ordinary objects of life with which he created luminous, other-worldly still life and figure compositions. Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928–1945 is a collaboration with The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, the exhibition will consist of more than thirty-five paintings, produced between 1928 and 1945, drawn from public and private collections in the United States and Europe. Following its showing at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum from January 25 to April 21, 2013, the exhibition will travel to The Phillips Collection, where it will be on view from June 8 to September 1, 2013. The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University, is located near the corner of Skinker and Forsyth Boulevards directly west of Forest Park on the Danforth Campus of Washington University in St. Louis. For more information on the exhibit and the Kemper please visit kemperartmuseum.wustl.edu

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SAINT LOUIS ORCHESTRA

Robert Hart Baker, Conductor Friday, March 1, 2013, at 8:00 PM

J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts at Lindenwood University 2300 West Clay Street • St. Charles, MO 63301

Overture to “Roberto Devereux” ~Gaetano Donizetti The Heavens Are Telling Them from “The Creation” ~Franz Joseph Haydn Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11 (arr. John Rutter) ~Gabriel Fauré All Things Bright And Beautiful ~John Rutter O Clap Your Hands ~Ralph Vaughan Williams Featuring the Choirs of Lindenwood University, Pamela Grooms, director

Don Quixote, Op. 35 ~Richard Strauss Richard Hirschl, cello - Lawrence Neumann, viola

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ST. LouIS HAPPENING Sense and Sensibility (Dates Vary)

Wednesday, February 6, 2013 Until Sunday, March 3, 2013 The Repertory Theatre Of St. Louis Mainstage Season On The Browning Mainstage At The Loretto-Hilton Center. When their father’s death leaves two sisters with uncertain prospects, they must navigate the unpredictable seas of courtship with only their hearts to guide them. The course of true love winds through flirtation, folly, scandals and secrets as reserved, sensible Elinor and romantic, impulsive Marianne attempt to find their way in the world. This lovely, intimate adaptation of Jane Austen’s first novel is a charming journey through hope and heartbreak as two young ladies find that when sense and sensibility meet, love can’t be far behind. Performance times are at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday and select Sundays, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, 1:30 p.m. select Wednesdays, 5:00 p.m. Saturday, 9:00 p.m. select Saturdays, 2:00 p.m. Sunday http:// www.repstl.org/, (314) 968-4925

Soulard Mardi Gras - Lumiere Place Fat Tuesday Parade

Tuesday, February 12, 2013, Downtown St. Louis Celebrate the last call before Lent with a Fat Tuesday Parade featuring premiere Krewes from the Mardi Gras festival. The beads will once again be flying as the Mardi Gras season enters its final hours. www.stlmardigras.org/, (314) 771-5110

St. Louis Symphony Orchestral Program: City Noir

Friday, February 15, 2013 Until Saturday, February 16, 2013 At Powell Symphony Hall In Grand Center. Taking inspiration from 1940s Los Angeles, John Adams’ City Noir, portrays pockets of high energy that are nested among areas of leisure in the famed west coast city. Often described as cinematic, the lyrical work combines sassy and savvy together offering a glimpse of a bygone era in a great American city. 10:30 a.m. (15), 8:00 p.m. (16) www.stlsymphony.org, (314) 534-1700 or (800) 232-1880

Stray Haven Rescue, a non-profit foster-network cat rescue

Friday February 22 at The Chapel: Sanctuary for the Arts 6238 Alexander Drive 63105. Just off Skinker Blvd by Forest Park -a block south of Washington University. Cost is $20 per person or $30 per couple or family from 6:30-9:30 For tickets and more information www.strayhavenrescue.org This fundraiser is casual and will help us spay/neuter lots of cats this summer. You can contact Dawn at 314-580-6103.

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It’s Our Annual

Mardi Gras Kegs & Eggs Party Feb. 9, 2011

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

FREE SHUTTLE

Buses will pickup at Lindell and Vandeventer Ave. starting at 8:30 AM and they run until 11:30 AM

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The St. Louis City Edition is a neighborhood paper that focuses on letting residents get the most out of an area. By supporting the St. Loui...

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