9 p.m. Thursday, May 28. Blueberry Hill's Duck Room, 6504 Delmar Boulevard, University City.
Congrats to local metal dudes Head on Collision, who recently got a nice article in Thrasher, the seminal skateboarding and music magazine. The following picture was spotted on the STL DIY Hardcore message board:
8 p.m. Monday, July 16. Creepy Crawl, 3524 Washington Boulevard.
Readers call out Paul McKee and Prince Joe.
Joe to Hank Aaron: Don't sell out! Back Barry!
8 p.m. Tuesday, March 6. Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center (3301 Lemp Avenue).
Getting Up is a flawed but fascinating ode to graffiti 's early years.
More than horsin' around
Week of August 17, 2005
S.O.K.A. skateboard shop throws one helluva birthday party
Back in our day, we woulda gone uphill both ways to get to Tony Hawk's Boom Boom HuckJam
The Z-Boys roll into Dogtown again, and truth is cooler than fiction
Skate to fame and fortune at Saturday's PlayStation Big Hook Up event
Dust to Glory honors the Baja 1000, where everybody's a legend
And that's the best of times
Joe Herbert documents the skate scene
How Missouri skiing is supposed to be
Fountain Lake Skatepark
Week of August 18, 2004
Riding Giants gushes over the legends of "big wave" surfing
Unreal covers it all: Funnylady Kathleen Madigan, a traveling preacher who lacks Judgment and Bob Horner's Fatkins diet; plus, a new sport for extreme St. Louisans!
Show off your sweet ride at the county parks' road rally
Beware the hair
St. Louis Mills confounds
But Diane Rademacher found it
Friday, November 14; the Rocket Bar
Tony Hawk wants to see how many people he can get to say "Boom Boom HuckJam"
As Stoked documents, Mark "Gator" Rogowski lived fast and burned out faster
We feel our age at St. Charles' new skate park, bare our guilty soul to the Recording Industry Association of America and pay our last respects to another victim of asbestos
Week of August 27, 2003
Meet the Infrareds, contemporary surf rock's purest exponents
Fast cars, fast bands, fast women
St. Charles embraces skaters
Week of March 26, 2003
Light-Bulb Changer Chuck Kalert
Thrill-seekers on wheels of all sizes are invited to a get-together
Bad-boy skaters perpetuate their own myth in Dogtown and Z-Boys
In the 1970s, the Z-Boys were hell on wheels. Today, they're shredding the big screen.
Weird Revolution (Hollywood Records)
University City Loop
Sunday, July 29; Ramp Riders Skate Park
Or: How Tony Hawk turned skateboarding into a multimillion-dollar international obsession
St. Louis' Fran releases the 7-inch Look Out!!! Steely Dan!!! on Rooster Lollipop