Is It Art? Panel to Guide City's Cultural Amenities, Identity
Marianna Riley Of The Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)
Cities are more than the buildings and even the people - that they comprise.
They are streets and sidewalks and bridges and sewers. They are business and industry and public institutions, as well as neighborhoods. They are architecture, public spaces and works of sculpture, available for both viewing and touching.
They are the musicians that perform in tuxes in quiet concert halls and the street musicians that set up on busy corners. They are the works of drama in darkened theaters and the mimes and jugglers in the public squares. Residents and officials in Chesterfield are starting to think about and plan cultural amenities as well as bricks and mortar. The city …
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