The DVD cover, not the book...Sammy Hagar's autobiography Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock (published earlier this week) has been a long time coming, but then again, Van Halen fans are very accustomed to waiting. (See also: a new Van Halen album - there hasn't been one of those since 1998!) As co- ... More >>
Dvdn Alterior DJing the Victorian Fetish Ball at Lure in 2009. Dvdn Alterior introduced rave culture to St. Louis in the early '90s, and since then, he's been producing envelope-pushing parties that have left an indelible mark on the St. Louis scene. Alterior -- who prefers to go by the monik ... More >>
LouFest is over, but the discussion about it continues. Though receipts are still being counted, LouFest organizer Brian Cohen and company are estimating that 8 to 9,000 people attended the first ever event. Not bad for an inaugural festival which took place on the same weekend as Festival of ... More >>
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A wrap-up of this year's music showcase
B-Sides gets gangsta with Burt Bacharach, imagines a rainbow of worldly bands and dissects the nuances of two trumpets
LOMA merges art and music under the stars
Is UMSL's performing-arts center back on track?
Finale's amazing food deserves a standing ovation -- and the digs ain't bad, either
There wasn't much of the Lou at South by Southwest
Week of January 26, 2005
The X Prize is back on the map
City Museum, monstrous vehicles and a meet-'n'-greet with the Hell's Angels prove that danger can be fun; plus, the socioeconomic impact of bling bling
This summer, the town's top jazz club opens its doors to a wider variety of sounds
The Cardinals' promises are worth as much as the Kiel Partners'
Keith Ellis' big band pays Tribute to its founder
Local apathy over one of St. Louis' most noted exports, Miles Davis, isn't stopping his fans from organizing a bang-up commemoration of what would have been his 75th birthday
Competition in the burgeoning St. Louis rap-radio market? Bring it on, says one station manager.
Following the greenbacks as Missouri gears up for Super Tuesday
Loop savior Joe Edwards and his partners debut their plans for the new Pageant theater
Local media gear up for the arrival of the pope
There's live jazz in St. Louis -- you just have to know where to look for it