Update: Moore and Sorrell launched their Kickstarter campaign last evening. As of this writing, the project has $1,175 in pledges and 29 days to go. Our original post follows.
In recent months chef Clara Moore moved from St. Louis to Seattle, Washington ... More >>
Here's everything that bothered us about Coachella's second weekend. Hey, at least there was no dust storm!
Native American Headdresses
These have still not gone away. In fact, one particularly irritating woman (not pictured) wore a towering feather mohawk weave, a sartorial statement that combined ... More >>
Do you hear that -- that low hum of anticipation emanating from comic book shops and Risk tournaments throughout St. Louis? That's the sound of every nerdstuff enthusiast 'gasming as they prepare for Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con, which takes place Friday, March 22-Sunday, March 24 at America's C ... More >>
Editor: We have so many questions here in Austin. Here are 50 of them.
1. Will I like the pedicab costumed as The Hulk if he gets angry?
2. Are we all really just in New York?
3. Is this t-shirt rad?
4. Do you want to get some 'za, which is now absolutely the slang for pizza?
5. How far can yo ... More >>
In our music feature this week, we dive into the nomadic existence of Ian Fisher and the Present, a duo comprised of Ste. Genevieve native Ian Fisher and St. Louisan Ryan Carpenter. Fisher has carved out a living in Europe as a traveling minstrel, booking shows with Carpenter and other friends in Au ... More >>
While perusing Insane Clown Posse's Twitter timeline, like a person does, I came across something interesting: our favorite rap clowns announced a new update to their official smartphone app, which I didn't even know existed. For the advancement of pop journalism and human knowledge in general, I he ... More >>
We've been relying on other people's pictures and videos of the restored Central Branch of the St. Louis Public Library for the past few months, but yesterday we finally got to chance to take our own. You can do the same this Sunday, December 9.
The renovation of Cass Gilbert's hundred-year-old bui ... More >>
Who was the saddest man at the Chase Park Plaza last night? He was tough to find amid a jubilant crowd 500 strong celebrating big Democratic victories at all levels of government, but tucked in a corner behind shrieking college students and a woman sobbing into her cell phone, we found him.
Mark "J ... More >>
University of Missouri Press to Shut Down in July
"Bonehead," "Cowardly," "Treachery": Supporters Fight to Save the University of Missouri Press
Zombified University of Missouri Press Back From the Dead
Skullduggery and Conniving at University of Missouri Press: The Saga Contin ... More >>
Here's your weekly St. Louis bestseller list for the week ending March 19, as compiled by the St. Louis Independent Booksellers Alliance and based on sales at Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, Pudd'nhead Books, Subterranean Books and Sue's News.
Hunger Games! Hunger Games! Hunger Games! Are yo ... More >>
Arlo Guthrie | Old Crow Medicine Show | Tim O'Brien | Jimmy LaFave | Roseanne Cash | Hanson | Del McCoury Band | Jackson Browne | The Flaming Lips | John Mellencamp
This Land is Your Land: Woody Guthrie Centennial Concert
Brady Theater, Tulsa, Oklahoma
March 10, 2012
After decades of neglecting the ... More >>
One hundred years ago last Friday, the Central Library downtown opened its doors for the first time. They closed them again a year and a half ago for a massive $70 million renovation project that would bring the library into the twenty-first century.
The project is still only two-thirds done, but s ... More >>
Here's your weekly St. Louis bestseller list for the week ending December 4, as compiled by the St. Louis Independent Booksellers Alliance and based on sales at Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, Pudd'nhead Books, Subterranean Books and Sue's News.
The number one book on this week's bestsel ... More >>
Update: The fight was not shown at Show Me's.
On July 26, 2008, Antonio Margarito punched Miguel Cotto so often and so hard that the 32-0 defending WBA Welterweight champion fell to a knee in the eleventh round and gave up. Margarito, HBO announcer Jim Lampley said, had turned Cotto's face int ... More >>
DJ Shadow.It's funny--spend a few minutes in the sun surrounded by 18,000 of your closest friends, and suddenly Maslow's hierarchy of needs takes on new significance, ie: We need sunscreen. I gotta pee. Someone needs water or they're going to faint. Dudes, I'm hungry. Beeeeeer. We need beeeee ... More >>
TV AcresGet ready for the Fryolator, Kool-Aid Man! Ooooooooh yeah!!!
It's summer, and you know what that means: Fair vendors are hard at work, finding new and unhealthy foods to fry in an effort to kill their customer base, which consists entirely of people who eat ridiculous fried foods.
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As of this morning, two of St. Louis's proudly independent bookstores have joined in the digital revolution: Subterranean Books in the Delmar Loop and Left Bank Books in the Central West End and downtown are now offering Google eBooks on their respective websites.
Both stores have been selli ... More >>
Jon ScorfinaThe "pretentious record store guy" has long been the bane of the record shop. Despite their wealth of archaic knowledge, music lovers were never sure whether these pompous clerks were an asset or a plague to their shopping experience. Local comic artist and graphic designer Carlos ... More >>