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In theaters Nov. 21

Two movies to tug on your emotions come to the big screen this weekend. One portrays freedom fighters tackling an oppressive government, the other a tragic romance centered on one of the world's greatest scientists.

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In theaters Nov. 7

Two hi-tech science fiction movies come to the big screen this weekend, one about space travel, the other about a crime-fighting robot.

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O’Fallon Fall Fest opens with street dance on Oct. 10

O’Fallon’s Fall Fest kicks off on Friday, Oct. 10 with a free street dance on Civic Park Drive from 7-10 p.m. Visitors can party beneath the autumn moon to the music of Trixie Delight’s powerhouse vocals on rock ‘n roll hits from the 1970s through today. All ages are welcome. On Saturday, Oct. 11, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., the city’s ...

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In theaters Oct. 3

Movies opening this Friday, Oct. 3, include an adaptation of the book "The Lost Boys of Sudan" and a thriller, "Gone Girl," from the book of the same name, filmed in Cape Girardeau.

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In theaters Sept. 26

An action movie staring Denzel Washington and a stop-motion film based off a children's book means there is something for everyone on the silver screen this weekend.

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Bark in the Park Dog Parade, Show takes place Sept. 28

The Rotary Club of St. Peters and city of St. Peters invites area residents to take part in its 2nd annual “Bark for the Park” Dog Parade & Show. The event will take place Sept. 28 at 370 Lakeside Park, located at 1000 Lakeside Park Drive in St. Peters. The fun begins at 1 p.m., with proceeds helping build Rotary ...

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In theaters Sept. 19

This weekend at the movies, Liam Neeson is chases down kidnappers and an amnesiac boy fights monsters and tries to escape from a futuristic maze.

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Band parents help ensure the success of every show

Behind the uniforms and show lights that glint off marching band students’ instruments are the efforts of the unsung heroes behind the show. “Without our parents, there would be no band program. This program relies heavily on the support of our parents, financially and physically,” Claire Maesaka, a member of Lafayette’s Lancer Regiment, said. According to Parkway Central band director ...

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U-19 Bash at Chesterfield Amphitheater to showcase local bands

By DAN BOEMEKE On  Aug. 16, students of the local School of Rock franchise will take the stage at Chesterfield Amphitheater for the U-19 Bash, a 9.5-hour concert featuring the School of Rock house band, students’ own bands and special guests Jon Anderson of Yes and Steve Ewing of The Urge. For many of the school’s students this may be ...

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