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2009 Stories by Paul Friswold

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  • Holiday Ink

    published November 12, 2009

    Once again, the art of the tattoo is celebrated in St. Louis. Lyle Tuttle's Saint Louis Old School Tattoo Expo returns Friday through... More >>

  • Funny, Ha-Ha

    published November 12, 2009

    Steven Wright is as atypical a comedian as you can imagine. With his morose delivery and downcast, almost uninterested eyes, Wright holds... More >>

  • Polk, It Is Your Destiny

    published November 12, 2009

    James K. Polk was a one-term president who didn't rate highly enough with later generations to warrant the honor of having his visage grace any of... More >>

  • Court Is in Session

    published November 12, 2009

    Fans of college basketball, drop those remote controls and head down to Scottrade Center (1401 Clark Avenue; 314-241-1888 or More >>

  • Curating Chaos

    published November 12, 2009

    For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn't there, the current exhibition at Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published November 12, 2009

    Fiddler on the Roof Director Deanna Jent has crafted a warm and cozy production of the perennial favorite, with the little village of... More >>

  • A Student of Lerner

    published November 4, 2009

    Pianist and singer Steve Ross returns to town for a four-show stand at the Kranzberg Arts Center (501 North Grand Boulevard; 314-534-1111... More >>

  • One for the Underdogs

    published November 4, 2009

    After twenty years as a carpenter and high school English teacher, Barb Johnson turned to writing full-time. Her first short story... More >>

  • What About Bob?

    published November 4, 2009

    Bob is a teenage girl on the run. Hitchhiking her way east, Bob tells her various drivers stories about her family and her boyfriend who's in a... More >>

  • X-Marks-the-Spot Factor

    published November 4, 2009

    Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island is a ripping yarn about pirates and buried treasure, and the moral development of young Jim... More >>

  • Pleasures of the Flesh

    published November 4, 2009

    Chefs Wes Johnson and Brendan Noonan, and bartender Patrick Thomas created Carnivorale, their celebration of meat, with two ideas in mind.... More >>

  • In the Crease

    published November 4, 2009

    The Japanese art of origami seems nothing more than a beautiful diversion, or, depending on your manual dexterity, a frustrating one. But the act... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published November 4, 2009

    Fiddler on the Roof Director Deanna Jent has crafted a warm and cozy production of the perennial favorite, with the little village of... More >>

  • That's Incredible, Hulk

    published October 28, 2009

    With his legendary pythons, a swashbuckling mustache and a flair for dramatic comebacks, Hulk Hogan parlayed his skill at athletic... More >>

  • Physician, Heal ... Something

    published October 28, 2009

    Dr. William Shumway is a bright and talented cellular researcher who may be on the cusp of huge leap forward in the fight against cancer. And so a... More >>

  • Frankenstein for President

    published October 28, 2009

    It is the year 2000. America's thirst for violence and sport has finally been slaked by the Transcontinental Road Race, a gladiators-in-cars event... More >>

  • Back to Bag End

    published October 28, 2009

    Fans of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien are a loyal bunch, and so they should be aware that while Patricia Gray's stage adaptation of The... More >>

  • Gone By Song

    published October 28, 2009

    Whether it's in the form of the rolling stone or the rambling man, American folk music celebrates the transient. Outlaws on the run, pioneers,... More >>

  • Alchemy and Architecture

    published October 28, 2009

    The building has a long history of being an artistic object, but few artists have attempted to use them as a medium. Gordon Matta-Clark was... More >>

  • St. Louis Stage Capsules

    published October 28, 2009

    Ragtime How gratifying to be exposed to an American musical that is so unrelentingly audacious. Thomas Edison, Theodore Roosevelt, Harry... More >>

  • The Doctor Is In -- And Out

    published October 21, 2009

    Determining the best character in Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show is absolutely subjective and totally pointless — but... More >>

  • Hungary for Conversation

    published October 21, 2009

    The 27 member nations of the European Union have 27 different cultures and almost as many languages. And while 2008 was the European Year of... More >>

  • You and Everyone You Know

    published October 21, 2009

    Philip Slein runs a nifty art gallery on Washington that exhibits work by the most intriguing of contemporary artists, both national and... More >>

  • Bark or Treat

    published October 21, 2009

    Fall has arrived, which means the weather — cool and breezy — is perfect for dog-based outdoor activities. Dogs exult in autumnal... More >>

  • Band on the Run

    published October 21, 2009

    Producer/writer/director Charles Band has terrorized and amazed the world with his films such as Evil Bong, Gingerdead Man and the... More >>

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