St. Louis Metropolitan Police are investigating a homicide after a fight in an apartment complex parking lot turned deadly and another nearby shooting just nine minutes later that sent a twenty-year-old man to the hospital. Orlanda Blanchard, Jr., 24, of the 3900 block of Olive Street, died Saturda ... More >>
Whether you first saw Mac Lethal serving sucker MCs at Scribble Jam, fiercely and independently touring with his Black Clover Records imprint or rapping while flipping pancakes, chances are some time in the past decade he's entranced and entertained you. Now, the Kansas City-based rapper has invaded ... More >>
Downtown Restaurant Week is underway, but it's not too soon to start planning for the next event: St. Charles has announced its first restaurant week, to be held Monday, September 10, through Sunday, September 16.
We Are Scientists has just announced that it is canceling a series of upcoming tour dates -- including a scheduled set at LouFest -- due to lead singer Keith Murray's throat issues. The band's full statement can be found below. LouFest, meanwhile, took to its official Facebook page to say that an ... More >>
Gut Check dishes on our favorite St. Louis food blogs.Cupcake Project: Stefani conquered a vampire with garlic cupcakes and chocolate-covered garlic, and then got witchy. She also shared Bride and Groom 3.0's first video review.Iron Stef: Stephanie partied with her mushroom-growing uncle.Show Me ... More >>
After the drubbing the Missouri Tigers received last weekend at the hands of Kansas, there was certainly some doubt when it came to their chances of victory in Wednesday night's home match-up against fourth-ranked Oklahoma.Of course by now you know that Mizzou won big, beating the Sooners 73-64, kee ... More >>
Comic-book artists are drawn to St. Louis.
Week of October 27, 2004
A local singer/songwriter survives cancer and tours the UK with the Handsome Family
Roni Size is dedicated to moving forward, boundaries be damned
Blue Water Grill
Week of March 28, 2001
Directed by Antoine Fuqua
The parents of Elliot Bennett, like the parents of many autistic children, want their child in a regular classroom. Inclusion's the trend -- and a federal mandate. But most schools aren't ready to make room.