Deliberately shrill and mostly dense, "noise" has become a blanket term for bands that explore and experiment around the beaten path. The genre, like others, isn't without its share of hangups, but that's why we're here. Every month, we supply a short list of sure bets in St. Louis, ranging from nee ... More >>
Nathan Cook wears many masks. As the head of the local Close/Far label, he produces digital albums and limited-edition cassettes, curating an expansive sound through his compilation project, Rhizomatic St. Louis, and working with musicians from in and outside the city to fill a small but essential n ... More >>
But wait -- after dental work, don't you want to remain numb? Actually, after we got our wisdom teeth out, we would have preferred to remain unconscious. But numb was okay, too. It beat the protracted pain in our gums, which felt like a little goblin was back there hacking away with a little ... More >>
8:30 p.m. Saturday, November 5. The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
ChipotleAmong the night spots on Laclede's Landing, there's a theater working to teach St. Louis area kids about oral health. Since 1977 the Delta Dental Health Theatre has been entertaining and educating kids from its stage, surrounded by giant teeth. On March 7, local Chipotle restaurants ... More >>
St. Louis: Gateway to tooth decay?Updated 2:45 p.m. with response from Greater St. Louis Dental Society. We figured our meth labs were to blame. Though as it turns out, researchers at Men's Health didn't even account for Missouri being the No. 1 state in the nation for illegal meth labs when they ... More >>
Drunken Fish, #1 Maryland Plaza Drive
Cicero's, 6691 Delmar Boulevard, University City; 314-862-0009.
Saturday, May 6, at noon. UMB Bank Pavilion (14141 Riverport Drive, Maryland Heights)
Please brush and floss
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The Coens make a '40s comedy with a Cary named Clooney
Medicaid's toothless protection for poor kids