News in the City

COVID-19 is presenting economic and health challenges like we’ve never seen. But A YEAR IN THE CITY is committed to providing upbeat, happy images of our beautiful city. The online “shop” is always open, but other outlets may not be. Scheduled shows are subject to change, and some shops have had to move their business online temporarily. Please check back often for status updates.


Laumeier Online Art Fair – virtual
Friday, May 8, at 12noon-Monday, May 11, at 12noon

Tower Grove Farmers’ Market  
Saturday, June 6, 8am – 2:30pm

Tower Grove Farmers’ Market
Saturday, July 18, 8am – 2:30pm

Tower Grove Farmers’ Market
Saturday, August 8, 8am – 2:30pm

Art Outside – virtual
at Schlafly Bottle Works
Friday, September 4, 5 – 10pm
Saturday, September 5, 11am-10pm
Sunday, September 6, 11am-4pm

South Grand Fall Fest – cancelled
September 19, 11am-6pm  

Greentree Festival in Kirkwood Park, Booth #181 – cancelled
Saturday, September 19, 9am-7pm
Sunday, September 20, 10am-5pm

Best of Missouri Market – cancelled
Friday, October 2 – 4 

Unique Boutique at John Burroughs School – cancelled
Saturday, November 21, 10am – 4pm
Sunday, November 22, 10am – 4pm

St Louis Post Dispatch, November 10, 2017

Gazelle Magazine, May 2018, pages 92-93

St Louis Post Dispatch, November 22, 2018

St Louis Post Dispatch, April 8, 2019

St Louis Post Dispatch, April 24, 2019

Gazelle Magazine, June 2020

St Louis Post Dispatch, November 24, 2020

Several area shops have carried A YEAR IN THE CITY in the past. Like many businesses, they are finding other ways to market their products during the pandemic. Show these wonderful St. Louis retailers some love during this time by shopping their stores in-person or online! 

Abigail’s – South Hampton neighborhood 

Art Mart – Creative Marketplace and Frame Shop, midtown 

Dogtown Gallery and Frame Shop – Dogtown

Down by the Station – Kirkwood 

Dunaway Books on South Grand 

Missouri History Museum Shop – Forest Park 

The Novel Neighbor – Webster Groves  

Sign of the Arrow – in Ladue

Stone Soup Gallery – Chesterfield Mall 

Subterranean Books – University City 

Union Studio in St. Louis’ Botanical Neighborhood and Webster