Watching David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method can leave the viewer feeling dangerously complacent. Look how far we've come from those uptight Victorian and Edwardian women with their long, rigid corsets; their impossibly white shirtwaists; and their yards and yards of lace. Why, those women were ... More >>
Fun to say, fun to see: This weekend is your last chance to dance in the future fluid, so get thee to the closing reception of Nate Callaghan and Susan Giger's interactive blacklight show, Dancing in the Future Fluid, The River of the Jungian Jungle at Concrete Ocean Art Gallery. Details on this&nbs ... More >>
If you've been looking for your art experience to get a little more...experimental, you don't want to miss this. This weekend, Concrete Ocean Art Gallery presents Nate Callaghan and Susan Giger's work in a show with a fun-to-say name, Dancing in the Future Fluid, the River of the Jungian Jungle ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene in St. Louis
She feld Jung, in a Freudian sense
The Mexican muses on the high rate of DUIs among Hispanics.
Unreal visits an anger-management expert. Then, feeling better, we scan the Bargain Box for a money-maker (note: not for shaking) and talk about psychiatrist-patient luv with a Scientologist (oops). Plus: the local blog of an alleged killer.
Dowsing has long been used to find water, but contemporary practitioners are also plumbing spiritual depths
Elliot Smith Contemporary Art, through April 9
Lacking a monarchy of our own, Americans raised Elvis and Marilyn to sovereign status -- but the very vulnerability that drew us to them was their downfall