Cursive | Cymbals Eat Guitars | Conduits April 20, 2012 Off Broadway You don't expect a mosh pit to erupt at a concert headlined by a Saddle Creek Records band, but if it's a Cursive show, you should. Though one of the first groups signed to the Omaha-based record label, Cursive helped define and y ... More >>
Cursive's newest album I Am Gemini is the band's ninth since its 1997 debut. Far be it from the Omaha band to get comfortable at this point in its career; Gemini is the most complex, interwoven and ambitious Cursive record yet, complete with a booklet that lays out the album's lyrics as a Shakespea ... More >>
Are good witches banned from the Salem Public Library, too?It's probably entirely coincidental that the Ozark town that keeps a strict filter on its Internet browsers to ensure that none of its patrons happen to stumble on any websites about Wicca is called Salem. Or that the library director ... More >>
courtesy MU News BureauThis is a sculpture of a trumpet player. Really.Remember all the fuss over the "new" astrological sign Ophiuchus a few months back? It may have nothing on the fox, a key figure in the Andean zodiac. On a recent dig in the Andes Mountains, about 30 miles north of Lima, ... More >>
According to the Old Farmer's Almanac, in bookstores this week, we are destined to have a cool, dry winter with less snow than last year. And next summer should be cooler, too. Rejoice, o St. Louisans, because the venerable old Almanac, which has been predicting weather for 219 years and counting (i ... More >>
It's easy to accuse the editors of the Post-Dispatch's website of being a bit prudish, especially after last month's episode when stltoday.com editor Kurt Greenbaum cost a reader his job for posting the word "pussy" to the paper's website.But to think of the stltoday's editors as overtly puritan wou ... More >>
RFT staff writer Aimee Levitt and her cat, Bess, continue their culinary adventure.Today is Bess' birthday. She is ten. That's a pretty long time to have been around. The day I turned ten (which was longer ago than I care to reveal here), I received a red ten-speed bike from my grandma, got mugged f ... More >>
Artist: Slave Album: Slave From: Vintage Vinyl Year: 1977 Label: Cotillion Records What it sounds like: George Clinton and P-Funk performing during an acid trip gone bad.
Twins try to unlock the mysteries of the universe.
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Sunday, March 26 at 8 p.m. The Pageant (6161 Delmar Boulevard).
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The New Yorker knows that a dry crack is a happy crack, Dick Gephardt can't wait for a slice of peach pie and Blake Ashby phones it in; plus a Sanford-Brown update, dueling Bosnian beauty queens and banter with comedian/shine man Jules Summerville
Mama's Pride could have been a contender
DJ Sky brings Eastern European flava to the Lou
Fight off the November chill with this extra-sizzlin' edition of Unreal (once we put our clothes back on, we'll check in with the Sanford-Brown Indians, pick up a few local papers and have our groceries bagged by inmates)
Metaphysician Ruth Williams sees the hand of fate in the demise of her cable-access astrology show