Artists elevate words, tones and energy to create experiences. Friday night at the Old Rock House, the Oh Hellos did just that by emptying the space of distraction before filling it with their ... More >>
St. Louis needs no introduction to Guerrilla Street Food. The food truck has served tasty Filipino-inspired creations around town since 2011. We've called it the best food truck in St. Louis, ... More >>
August is the only month that has a "g" in its name. And no one plays the game like a G, son. Respect. Here are six G-thangs you can do this weekend.
1. Good movie? Tommy Wiseau's The Room
Wha... More >>
St. Louis is in full bloom. With four release shows via Shark Dad, Black Fast, Trancers and the Fuck Off and Dies, the floodgates are officially open. Clear your ears for a full punk blowout al... More >>
Where: Revel Kitchen (2837 Cherokee Street; 314-932-5566)
When: Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
We Tried: "The Hunter" omelet with bacon, ham, sausage and avocado as a breakfast b... More >>
Hopes were dashed Wednesday morning when the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission (MTC) failed to approve new regulations that would have been agreeable to companies like Uber, the online ride-hail... More >>
This a tale of cupcakes, hairnets, and the N-word.
Shayden Frazier, an African-American former employee of Jilly's Cupcake Bar & Cafe in University City, is suing the shop for allegedly firing... More >>
Jason Ganahl, a 1994 graduate of Webster Groves High School, is taking St. Louis barbecue to Colorado. The St. Louis native has fond memories of his father grilling in the back yard with his We... More >>
The closest thing to a real-life character from The Adventures of Pete and Pete may be See Through Dresses' Mathew Carroll.
Much like the Nickelodeon show that featured musicians as characters ... More >>
Pixels is a film that tries to do only one thing and does it about as well as might be expected. If you're interested in seeing some of the most popular video games of the 1980s (Donkey Kong, Pa... More >>
It's in the interest of full disclosure that we begin by noting that Joseph Hess is a regular contributor to the Riverfront Times and a valuable voice in covering the local noise and experimental ... More >>
This Is Not Funny is a devised comedic theatrical experiment. Which says something, but what exactly? The stage is the floor of the performing-arts space called the Chapel, there's a curtain on a... More >>
Welcome to Sugar High, a series devoted solely to spotlighting the best ways to sate a sweet tooth in St. Louis. We'll sample the best the city has to offer at restaurants, bakeries and holes-in-t... More >>
US District Judge Audrey Fleissig has known for years that long prison sentences don't solve a criminal offender's problems.
"They're expected to come out and have a better life than they had b... More >>
When Austin Nitsua was a kid, he would lie under the covers on Monday nights with his radio tuned to KDHX (88.1 FM), listening to Jason Rerun's now-bygone Scene of the Crime radio show. As a mid... More >>
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When asked about his pregame dining regimen -- and yes, he gets asked about it quite often ... More >>
Fear not, St. Louis. The seeds of future rock & rollers have been sewn.
While the crowd of seventy or so who came to see the Ike Reilly Assassination on Monday night at Off Broadway may have se... More >>
The plot of Anything Goes is ridiculous, the characters are virtual caricatures and the dramatic conflicts could be charitably described as "hackneyed." And yet there is no denying the power cre... More >>
Today was supposed to be the day St. Louis got UberX.
Now it appears that decision could take a bit longer.
The Metropolitan Taxicab Commission, which regulates vehicles-for-hire in the city ... More >>
Here, again, is every newly announced show for the week! On page one you'll find a quick list of shows that particularly caught our attention.
Page two contains our complete listing of new show... More >>
I grew up in East St. Louis, Illinois, and lived there and in Belleville for 26 years without ever hearing of Iberia, Missouri. But then I started writing a biography about Bill Hartack, the Hal... More >>
The science behind nostalgia is still hazy at best, but the term "good ol' days" exists for a reason. One thing is for certain: When we feel nostalgic, the past comes flowing back with the nega... More >>
Katy Goldstein of Dots Not Feathers stands in front of a jam-packed crowd at the Firebird, wearing sequined gloves and a red leather jacket. One of her bandmates, Ryan Myers, has put down his gu... More >>
Eat barbecue. Blog. Drive. Sleep. Repeat. That was the pattern of my life for a year as I visited 365 barbecue restaurants across 48 states to research my book (by stuffing my face) - The 100 ... More >>