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  • Eight Is Great!

    published March 16, 2005

    SAT 3/19 Well, the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra finally finished wrangling over contracts and finances and is back to the business of... More >>

  • These Are the Wurst of Times

    published March 16, 2005

    It is the dream of all sausage-loving people to live in a nation where the divine link is celebrated. Not just enjoyed with a hearty breakfast,... More >>

  • Chicago Style

    published March 16, 2005

    Soulard's Mad Art, the cop shop-turned-art gallery, is somethin' else. Those Mad Artists could host an event consisting of nothing more than a... More >>

  • Cherokee Uprising

    published March 16, 2005

    The building looks like three-fourths of the buildings on this stretch of Cherokee: The white paint almost conceals a neatly lettered "Wilkommen"... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published March 16, 2005

    Wednesday, March 16 Regina Taylor's musical drama Crowns is a view into a world Mr. Night knows nothing about, which is a... More >>

  • Double Decade of Dance

    published March 9, 2005

    As a girl, dancer and choreographer Alexandra Zaharias studied ballet in St. Louis with Isabella Rainford before moving on to train at New York's... More >>

  • Murphy's Law

    published March 9, 2005

    Dave Chappelle's wildly popular Chappelle's Show has done everything from outsell The Simpsons on DVD to revive the career of Rick... More >>

  • Robo-heroes

    published March 9, 2005

    Dean Kamen is the man behind the Segway Human Transporter; he's something of a visionary, yes, but also a bit of an eccentric. Did he really... More >>

  • All These Females Crawl

    published March 9, 2005

    SAT 3/12 There's a moment during a twelve-hour-plus booze-fest when the world is at peace. You start buying drinks for and giving out... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published March 9, 2005

    Wednesday, March 9 So it's Wednesday, hump day. Since you're bored at work, beat the traffic and drop by Gallery Visio (in the... More >>

  • Steve Cash Comes Alive

    published March 2, 2005

    SUN 3/6 Aging groupies and sci-fi/fantasy fans have a few things in common: They often bulge from their clothes, for one. You'll be... More >>

  • "Women Change America"

    published March 2, 2005

    In this American Idol nation, you probably know about Fantasia Barrino (the show's third winner) and her song, which goes out to all the... More >>

  • Love Vigilantes

    published March 2, 2005

    Prudes had best lock up their daughters and wives for the next four weeks. Jamie Lockhart, the dashing robber bridegroom, is headed our way. Jamie... More >>

  • Pornucopia

    published March 2, 2005

    How does one recommend a book that includes Screw magazine publisher Al Goldstein confessing that when it came to well-endowed porn star... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published March 2, 2005

    Wednesday, March 2 Oh, baseball -- steroids? This should be the happiest time of the year, these spring-training days that lead... More >>

  • A Lute Proposition

    published February 23, 2005

    FRI 2/25 Thanks to Renaissance fairs everywhere, the European lute has lost its once-sterling reputation as a powerful instrument. All... More >>

  • Who'd Like to Thank the Academy?

    published February 23, 2005

    SUN 2/27 The annual Academy Awards party at Night & Day Global goes a little like this: Mr. Night makes a grand entrance on the red... More >>

  • The Icing on the Cake

    published February 23, 2005

    As many of you are well aware, Saturday, February 26, is Tony Randall's birthday. Unfortunately, Tony passed away last year (RIP, our beloved... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published February 23, 2005

    Wednesday, February 23 Mr. Night will walk a mile in a snowstorm to see an interesting collection of action figures; it's coded into... More >>

  • Art City Chronicle

    published February 23, 2005

    Man, what was the deal with 2004? Everyone looking back 100 years, re-imagining a city bursting with civic pride, cultivating a sepia-tinted image... More >>

  • Mother!

    published February 16, 2005

    Glenn Danzig is a legend. He's fronted two and a half great bands, he's cranked out at least six albums that are true classics of hardcore and/or... More >>

  • Out of Africa

    published February 16, 2005

    SUN 2/20 The '90s vogue for African music may have turned a few talented performers into international stars, but it also obscured the... More >>

  • Dogged Artists

    published February 16, 2005

    FRI 2/18 True story: A few months back, a dear friend spilled a mugful of coffee all over his laptop. Our friend is a novelist, and... More >>

  • This Week's Day-by-Day Picks

    published February 16, 2005

    Wednesday, February 16 What the hell is "the bourgeois"? People always talk about them, but you never meet a person who introduces... More >>

  • Head East

    published February 16, 2005

    In March of 2001, the Taliban destroyed a pair of 173-foot tall statues depicting the Buddha carved out of an Afghanistan mountainside. The... More >>

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