Have you always dreamed of owning a bar in Soulard? This could be your lucky day.
Johnny's Restaurant & Bar (1017 Russell Blvd., 314-865-0900) is for sale on Craigslist -- and the listing is 1... More >>
St. Louis still stinks of fresh firecrackers, but who's complaining? Between a jam-packed Fair at Forest Park and the upcoming LouFest in September, now is the best time to be a music fan in St... More >>
Ever heard rumors of the "Cherokee Geyser," that 30-foot tower of water that erupts from the sewer at Cherokee Street and Texas Avenue after a hard rain? It ain't no urban legend. The geyser i... More >>
Last week, we reported on the recently returned trend of thieves targeting touring bands in the St. Louis area. As local group Foxing just proved, bands are no safer outside of city limits. Ye... More >>
Between catching CaveofswordS on the roof of the City Museum or seeing Blondie on Art Hill, this holiday brings an experience well above the typical show. Of special note is the one item on our... More >>
The Imamovic family knows good gyros -- and they've got two other thriving gyro restaurants to prove it. But now they're trying something new: Yiro/Gyro (750 Locust Street) offers quick gyros... More >>
If you're like us, you're settling into a three-day weekend, which means you have an extra day to pack in some fun. And whether you intend to hit Fair St. Louis for some Blondie, catch the fire... More >>
A contemporary riff on Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969), Patrick Brice's The Overnight ups the sexual ante (and hetero anxiety) by emphasizing same-sex attraction over old-school wife-swap. Co-p... More >>
Last night, St. Louis Metropolitan Taxi Commission Chairman Lou Hamilton sniped on Twitter that fellow commissioner Chris Sommers was "an insufferable douche" and suggested Sommers should go t... More >>
A gleaming white smile breaks across Adetola "Tola" Olayefun's face as a stream of five elementary-age boys and girls stroll into the burnt red courtroom rotunda. These children, accompanied b... More >>
Many varied and unique paths splinter from Steve Earle's main road as a musician. Over the last 40 years, Earle has been a political activist, a prisoner and a novelist in addition to leading hi... More >>
Late last week, Mark Carter, owner of the Music Record Shop in the Grove, received the kind of phone call that record collectors dream of.
It came from a woman in south St. Louis county, who ye... More >>
Last September, Pagedale police arrested 21-year-old Kimberlee Randle-King for getting in a street fight. Noting several "failure to appear" warrants for her arrest, the officers put her in jail... More >>
If you want a picture of the future, imagine Channing Tatum grinding his crotch in a human face, forever. You think I exaggerate? Between this cringe-worthy jamboree of dim-bulb manflesh (and th... More >>
The idea that we live in a post-racial -- or, God help us, a post-racist -- society has been pretty thoroughly put to bed in the past year as events in Ferguson, Baltimore, Charleston and more ha... More >>
It's just another day at the Saint Louis Zoo, a Saturday in June, and the air is thick with humidity, sweat and sunscreen. Children drag parents along winding pathways to see the new polar bea... 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 >>
UPDATE at 1:20 p.m. on July 1: The Metropolitan Taxi Commission has responded to Uber's offer -- and free rides will not be happening in St. Louis this weekend. We've updated our story and hea... More >>
This was a good month for St. Louis food lovers. We gained a new Nashville-style fried chicken joint, a new barbecue spot, and at least three gyro places. We also got our first-ever Tim Horton... More >>
For Chris Stein, music and photography have always been married. When he attended the School of Visual Arts in New York during the late '60s, he made it his mission to document downtown culture... More >>
In a small, glass-encased room at Shock City Studios, Em Piro, director of the St. Louis Fringe Festival, is discussing her event with host Martin Casas on his STL Swap Meet podcast. "It's an op... More >>
At the end of the first week of service at chef Rick Lewis' new fried chicken and deli concept Southern (3108 Olive Street; 314-531-4668), Lewis finishes greeting the last customers of the day ... More >>
As far as awards go, "The Lemony Snicket Prize for Noble Librarians Faced with Adversity" sounds like something out of, well, a children's book -- it's named with just the right combination of d... More >>
"My family used to joke that I couldn't hit a nail straight," Matt Bessler laughs when asked about how he got into cooking. "So they sent me off to help out Mom in the kitchen." The Libertine's... More >>
2014 was a big year for local musician Curtis Brewer. Not only did he publicly propose to his girlfriend in music video form (spoiler: she said yes), his flagship group Kentucky Knife Fight spli... More >>
Where: Corvid's Cafe (5001 Mardel Avenue; 314-481-1522)
When: Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
We Tried: The all-you-can-eat buffet for $14.95 ($8.95 for kids under 12), featuring bottomless co... More >>
Patrick Liberto, who has owned Meshuggah Cafe since 1997, has sold the Delmar Loop mainstay and is moving back to his home state of Louisiana.
But the Loop's loss is a gain for one regular cu... More >>