We have crossed the threshold into a new year, which fills me with wonderful excitement about what lies ahead. Eleanor Roosevelt said “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” My wish for us in the new year is that we dream boldly and marvel in the beautiful reality that we create in St. Louis.
Speaking of St. Louis, I have a few suggestions for us to get out in our community and make it a great start to the new year!
All the best. -Nate
January 3-5
If you are looking for something to do tonight, aka Friday, you can head over to the Heavy Anchor over in South City for the punk & funk styling of Dr. Slappinstein along with Brother Francis and the Soultones.
Sheryl Underwood will be on stage tonight bringing the jokes for you at the Helium Comedy Club at The Galleria in Richmond Heights.
You and your kids, or someone else’s kids, or maybe just you (I won’t judge) might enjoy Disney On Ice Presents: Celebrate Memories at Enterprise Center. It’s there all weekend long.
Well, if a murder mystery is more of your vibe for Friday, look no further than the famously haunted Lemp Mansion for a fantastic three-course dinner while you figure out who-dun-it during A Dickens of a Killing!
If your little one is almost ready for dance classes, perhaps you’ll want to check out COCAplay Plus on Saturday in University City. In this accessible workshop, children will explore foundational dance concepts such as rhythm, pattern and movement quality to ballet music.
Also on Saturday, head over to Grand Center and pop by the Pulitzer Arts Foundation for an interactive wellness session that will focus on Tai Chi, the ancient Chinese practice that supports physical, emotional, and psychological health.
Enjoy “Southern Roadhouse Hospitality” while listening to Klose Kuaters, a four-piece acoustic/electric classic rock group at the Hwy 61 Roadhouse in Webster Groves.
Tre G, singer/songwriter, pianist and a native of St. Louis who obtained his master’s degree from Berklee College of Music campus in Valencia, Spain. He encourages listeners to live their authentic lives and will bring his pop & r&b styling to the stage at The Grandel on Saturday night.
With a name like Wooden Puddin you have to be good. I haven’t seen these guys yet, but I’m told there will be a mandolin! They will be on stage in Chesterfield at Naked Vine.
On Sunday, enjoy the soulful vocals of the incomparable Kim Massie at the Broadway Oyster Bar in Downtown St. Louis.
Sunday would also be a good day to check out The Shape of Abstraction: Selections from the Ollie Collection at the St. Louis Art Museum. These paintings, drawings, and prints by five generations of black artists have revolutionized abstract art since the 1940s.
January 6-12
On Thursday, Beats & Vibes returns to Sophie’s Artist Lounge and Cocktail Club with another great night of music. Join MaDMAn as some of the best producers around town showcase their music. There will be live painting from talented artist Pia Rene
Also on Thursday, The Crystal Lady Trio will be rocking out at Alpha Brewing Co. Good food,drinks, and tunes … what more do you need?
On Friday, the 8th, Mojada: A Medea in Los Angeles retells a Greek tragedy through the experiences of a young immigrant family on stage at The Reperory Theatre in Webster Groves.
On Saturday the 11th Heart Like a Wheel: Tribute to Linda Ronstadt is at Off Broadway, and the 8th Annual Evening with the Cardinals at Union Station Hotel welcomes you.
MrsKesh Speaks Presents: 5th Annual Vision Board Extravaganza is also upon us on Friday, the 10th! This party, at the University City Library will help you in the process of creating your own vision board by sharing ideas and examples that will inspire you to your next level of success!
Also on Friday, Groovethang will be blessing the stage at Syberg’s over in Maryland Heights. Bring your dancin’ shoes for a great party with music ranging from the 70’s to today!
On Saturday at The Heights, in Richmond Heights, you can get rid of your old electronics in a responsible way at the E-Cycle Drive! PARC has paired with MRC Recycling to bring you an easy and eco-friendly way to clear out electronics you no longer need.
Also on Saturday, the Soulard Mardi Gras Family Winter Carnival is upon us! This free, family-friendly event is thrown with help from the community and St. Louis’ first responders. You’ll find bounce houses, story time, fire trucks, police vehicles and lots of new furry friends to pet and feed. Local artists and musicians will provide interactive opportunities for the kids, and the whole family can dress up in festive crowns, masquerade masks and face paint to get into the Mardi Gras spirit! Soulard is also host to the STL Onsie Crawl on Saturday, if your in the mood.
On Saturday, you can also check out Schlafly Cabin Fever where you’ll bundle up and raise a beer in the middle of winter as you enjoy an afternoon of live music featuring Falling Fences, big beers and big fun outside at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood!
Ahh, nothing warms me up in the winter like Jamaican ska! DJ Lammy and Jimmy Boomtown will turn the sound system up all the way at Pop’s Blue Moon to keep it hot all Saturday night for us! 
Also on Saturday night, you might find me on Cherokee Street hanging out at IMRSD for the traveling organic party Whole Moods for a night full of Disco, Funk & House music! Master Kev from LA, along with St. Louis’ own Alexis Tucci and more will be spinning selections all night long!
The 34th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Statewide Celebration will be on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Harris-Stowe State University featuring Grammy Award winning saxophonist Kirk Whalum and the jazzy vocals of Denise Thimes. This is a FREE event and open to the public.
If I’m not meeting with clients to help them with their real estate goals on Saturday afternoon, I may stop by The Field House Museum to check out their first Speaker Series of 2020! This free panel discussion about the Dred Scott Case and other freedom suits come from the perspectives of Lynne Jackson, great-great-granddaughter of Dred Scott and founder of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation, along with a couple of other experts.
On Sunday, you can witness a modern approach to creativity in the video Clarissa Tossin’s Ch’u Mayaa at the Saint Louis Art Museum.
Also on Sunday afternoon, you can head over to Florissant as Click Clack MOO will be at the Civic Center Theater entertaining the little ones.
January 13-19
Yes, she works hard for the money! And from January 15th-26th “Dazzling Donna” reveals how she does it in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical at The Fabulous Fox.
On Tuesday, celebrate the Chinese New Year at the Carpenter Branch of the St. Louis Library. Bring in the Year of the Rat with students from the International Wushu Center for Martial Arts who will demonstrate traditional martial arts movements, drumming and the historic lion dance, which celebrates strength and good fortune. There will be refreshments and crafts for all ages!
Wednesday is the opening for The Thanksgiving Play, which fits the bill for funny! This “Runaway Comedy of Errors” pokes fun at the politically correct. This play is on stage at The Repertory Theatre in Webster Groves.
Head over to the Venture Cafe’ on Thursday in Cortex for a gathering focused on the culture and business of wellness.
So you Think You Want to Start a Nonprofit is your chance, on Thursday to get helpful hints, practical checklists, success stories and more as Sue Greenberg of Volunteer Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts and Tracy James of Legal Services of Eastern Missouri offer this two part series at the Central Library in St. Louis.
The Art of Live Festival kicks off on Thursday! It is a great opportunity to enjoy a variety of great live local bands at the Old Rock House and Off Broadway all weekend long!
On Friday, the 17th, you can join me at the Contemporary Art Museum for the opening reception of their Spring Exhibition!
Also on Friday, I’m looking forward to checking out DJ/bassist/composer Enoch Raavi and Indigenous Groove for Jazz from a DJ’s Perspective, which will be a sound blending artful turntable and soulful live instrumentation at Sophie’s Artist’s Lounge!  
The Loop Ice Carnival returns to once again pay homage to the wonder of winter! Me and the babies will be there, and you can enjoy carnival rides, costumed characters, ice sculpture demonstrations in The Loop all weekend long!
You might find me in Clayton on Saturday evening at the Bruno David Gallery was they will host an opening reception to feature four new exhibitions!
On Saturday night, you are promised to have a great time with Dirty Muggs, who will be on stage at Sybergs in Maryland Heights.
The non-profit Black Girls Do STEM organization is growing and they are hosting a volunteer orientation on Saturday, January 18th for people interested in joining their team in the roles of mentor, program facilitator, and committee member to increase education, access, and opportunity in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics for black girls in every community.
Sunday, the 19th will be a great day to check out Fluente, and underseas circus adventure by Circus Flora. Hold on to your seats!
January 20-26
Don’t miss the History Museum’s exhibits Pulitzer Prize Photographs and In Focus: St. Louis Post-Dispatch Photographs. The last viewing is on January 20th. 
It’s a sensational series of musical nights, from the 22nd-26th, with the Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio at Jazz St. Louis.
The poetry of the Scottish bard Robert Burns is on tap. It’s Burns Night at Schlafly Tap Room from 5-9pm on Thursday, the 23rd.
Lily, the first and only polkadot in a school full of squares, takes her rightful place in Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical from Jan. 25-Feb. 8 at The Rep.
Lily, the first and only polkadot in a school full of squares, takes her rightful place in Polkadots: The Cool Kids Musical from Jan. 25-Feb. 8 at The Rep.
This is your last chance to check out Winterfest at the Arch, a favorite outdoor romp for St. Louisans. It includes an ice rink, winter market, Sugarfire specials, and more! It closes for the season on Sunday, the 26th.
Wolpertinger is Urban Chestnut Brewing Company‘s annual, anniversary beer festival celebrating the spirit & community of craft brewers in and around the St. Louis community and it takes place on Sunday in The Grove.
January 27-31
The Chamber Music Society celebrates Wolgang’s birthday in Mozartiana for two days, the 27th and 28th.
On the 29th the hilarious Todd Barry, who has cracked up audiences on “The Late Night Show” brings on more laughs at the Helium Comedy Club.
Treat your family to National Geographic LIVE! Steve Winter: On the Trail of Big Cats at The Touhill Performing Arts Center on Friday, January 31st.
You can close out the month by partying with the amazingly talented band Fatpocket , who will be on stage at Westport Social on Friday night.
Yes, the new decade is off to a great start in St. Louis! I hope to see you soon.
All the best. -Nate
I am waiting on the end of the year numbers to complete my annual report. In the meantime, here is the latest Housing Report from November. It shows that pending sales are down about 7% from last year, and the inventory continues to be low as it is down about 22% from last year. If you have any questions about how this affects you, just let me know. I’d be happy to provide some more insight.
Let me know if there is anything that I can do for you. -Nate
Nate K. Johnson
Real Estate Solutions Group
Redkey Realty Leaders
314-575-7352 Direct
314-514-9600 Office
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