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  • Steve on Steve

    published June 8, 2005

    THUR 6/9 [Editors' note: Steve Almond visits Left Bank Books (399 North Euclid Avenue; 314-367-6731) at 7 p.m. to read from his new... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published June 8, 2005

    Wednesday, June 8 This is the second Wednesday you can find the Schnucks Jazz Trolley zooming around the city, selling tickets... More >>

  • Garden of Song

    published June 1, 2005

    Summertime, summertime, sum-sum-summertime. While the official start of summer is still a few weeks off, one of St. Louis' favorite warm-weather... More >>

  • Hand-Crafted in Japan

    published June 1, 2005

    There is something undeniably intimate about being tattooed. You have some skin showing, another person has his or her hands on you, and your body... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published June 1, 2005

    Wednesday, June 1 As you hunker down and the tornado roars ever closer, the voice of Kevin Bacon comes through the racket to soothe... More >>

  • What Happens in seven/24?

    published May 25, 2005

    Every play performed onstage in front of an audience is more than a work of art -- it's an act of faith. The writer had to believe the script... More >>

  • All Up in Your Grill

    published May 25, 2005

    Is barbecue sauce the spicy mortar that holds our fractious society together, or the tangy wedge that drives us further apart? Like most concepts... More >>

  • Need-to-Be Inspired Minds

    published May 25, 2005

    Thomas Edison once said that "Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration." (Or was it Willy Wonka who spoke those... More >>

  • Africa in America

    published May 25, 2005

    The crocodile doesn't die underwater so that we can call the monkey to celebrate its death. In other words, the Akan (ancestors of Africa's Asante... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published May 25, 2005

    Wednesday, May 25 If you're feeling a little frisky this evening, why not head to the Grandel Theatre (3810 Grandel Square) for... More >>

  • Verdi Interesting

    published May 18, 2005

    If you feel your life has been lacking in passion and drama, pine for these necessities no more. Opera Theatre of Saint Louis opens its 30th... More >>

  • Head Toward Downtown

    published May 18, 2005

    You think you already appreciate Chinese culture a lot, what with your frequent hot-and-sour-soup consumption and your affinity for designer-purse... More >>

  • Surround Sound Puppet Theater

    published May 18, 2005

    Puppets are underused as a means of artistic expression. In Western culture, the puppet show is sidelined as "kid stuff," implying that the medium... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published May 18, 2005

    Wednesday, May 18 Every driver in St. Louis has been stuck behind a bicyclist. Sure, it can be frustrating driving behind the cyclist;... More >>

  • Happy Hunting

    published May 11, 2005

    FRI 5/13 Silent movies can be a tough sell for the modern audience. The herky-jerky action, the overly melodramatic physical acting... More >>

  • Weekend Forecast: Flurries

    published May 11, 2005

    FRI 5/13 Why is it that two people can mercilessly pound each other in the ring with an impartial witness standing by, but you go to... More >>

  • Masterpiece

    published May 11, 2005

    Autism is one of those disorders that gets tossed around quite a bit as an entertainment hook in movies and television shows. The symptoms (most... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published May 11, 2005

    Wednesday, May 11 Like being in the mood for chocolate, sometimes you just have a hankering for some comforting art. Gail Soliwoda... More >>

  • Tortillas from Heaven

    published May 4, 2005

    WED 5/4 Tortilla Heaven -- something we thought could only be attained after eating Pueblo Solis' guacamole -- is performed in... More >>

  • Look to the Skies!

    published May 4, 2005

    FRI 5/6 Aliens walk among us. Not those drab little gray monsters who lurk along the backwater highways of the American Southwest; no,... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published May 4, 2005

    Wednesday, May 4 Move over, Manolo Blahnik: There's a new shoe in town that's both comfortable on your feet and easy on your budget.... More >>

  • Mother What?!

    published May 4, 2005

    That acrid aroma you detect? It is the metallic stench of fear. Fear caused by the looming pressure to purchase something for Mother's Day.... More >>

  • Lama Said Knock You Out

    published April 27, 2005

    It's a big world, but it's a shared world: That's the message of the Mystical Arts of Tibet Sacred Music, Sacred Dance program. The monks... More >>

  • Go Fourth

    published April 27, 2005

    FRI 4/29 Four years ago, a few members of the St. Louis art community founded ArtDimensions of St. Louis (314-497-5356 or More >>

  • Hamburger Helper

    published April 27, 2005

    TUES 5/3 Fans of indie-comic creator Evan Dorkin may be familiar with a panel that Dork drew in the early '90s: The corpse of a lonely... More >>

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