There are several outdoor events this weekend, so you can enjoy this unseasonably pleasant weather. Don't miss Schlafly's annual mussel fest, or check out the latest Handmade Happy Hour downtown. Check out our food-related recommendations after the jump. See also: The Precinct Prepares for Police H ... More >>
Welcome to Girl Walks Into a Bar, a weekly Gut Check feature that spotlights local bars and bartenders. This week, Kaitlin Steinberg profiles Julia Mager of Coffee Cartel. Below is a Q&A with Mager, followed by her recipe for a white-chocolate mocha. This week, we took the word "bar" in Girl Walks ... More >>
Eloise Web SiteKay Thompson took the term "multi-faceted" to new extremes with her work in radio, television, film and literature. Modern music constricted what it means to be multi-faceted. Today, Justin Bieber would fit that description because he sings, dances, appears in a substandard 3-D ... More >>
The 2009-'10 theater season officially kicks in this weekend with the opening of the Rep season. Amadeus, Peter Shaffer's 1979 drama about one man's attempt to bring down God, is sure to provide sumptuous sets and costumes and lots of thrilling Mozart music (played not too loudly, please). But there ... More >>
With the merger of Anheuser-Busch and Beligan brewer InBev pretty much a done-deal, let's get to know that spunky country a bit. Marc Tielemans is the creator of FamousBelgians.net. Yes, a Web site about famous people. From Belgium. The concept is alien to us, what with our racks and racks of glo ... More >>
Nonie Newton-Breen sails into the Playhouse at West Port Plaza with a keen, mean Sister.
One night in St. Louis theater.
Mandarin, 44 Maryland Plaza, 314-367-4447.
Week of January 4, 2006
Roxane, 12 North Meramec, Clayton; 314-721-7700.
Chinese director Zhang Yimou carves a masterpiece
Bingenheimer and Hickenlooper discuss their rockin' doc, Mayor of the Sunset Strip
At the theater with Paul Reubens
The stereotype is all about cheap beer, fast cars and fat girls. But there's a little bit of hoosier in all of us.
Famous Bar, 5213 Chippewa, 314-832-2211
Al's Steak House
The little flower shops wound extra rolls of floral tape, and the photographers wound fresh film, and the Bosnian seamstresses stitched poufs of netting to strapless bodices. DuBourg High was planning its prom.
The U.S. Supreme Court says it's time to end segregation: People with disabilities must be allowed to leave institutions and move into the community. Sounds great -- except the state's overwhelmed and the community's nowhere near ready.
First-time author Melissa Bank offers wildlife tips from her Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing