So, I've just had "the time of my life"? Someone, please! Shoot me now. Rolling into town for a twelve-day stand at the Fox Theatre comes Eleanor Bergstein's Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story On Stage, the overstuffed but underwhelming adaptation of the 1987 sleeper hit that made Patrick Swayze a h ... More >>
Don't listen to the thermometer and its 90 degree readings this week. Fall is right around the corner. Really! And so is another exciting season of St. Louis theater, gallery openings and other art happenings. Plan ahead with our annual Fall Arts Guide below...
A few days ago on NPR's All Things Considered program, Beck spoke about his much discussed sheet music only album Song Reader and offered an interesting thought nugget on his previous work: "When I put out one of my early records ... they sent me a sheet music version of the album. It ended up feeli ... More >>
By Ben Westhoff Each week in our print editions and every day on our blogs, the 13 Voice Media Group papers feature some of the best music writing in the country. That's why we're excited to announce the winners of our first VMG music writing awards. The honor goes to the authors of one blog post ... More >>
This week, Philly music legend Todd Rundgren announced a show at
9 p.m. Wednesday, September 24. Billiken Club, in the Busch Student Center on the campus of Saint Louis University, 20 North Grand Boulevard.
B-Sides talks to the Comas about their latest release and downloads Iron & Wine's "The Boy With a Coin"
Week of November 23, 2006
Jim Jarmusch gifts us with another strange, beautiful road film
Monsters, Inc. opens the door to a world so good it's scary
Friday, Oct. 12; Sheldon Concert Hall
It's hard to fall in love with America's Sweethearts
Between optimism and despair, there's comic (and author) Richard Lewis
Rilla Askew penetrates the decades of silence surrounding the Tulsa race riot of 1921 in her novel Fire in Beulah
You Can Count on Me starts small but works its way to bigness
Sherry Glaser reveals her family's history in a funny but painfully frank one-woman show