We're still in a food coma from Iron Fork last night, but there are too many good events this weekend to stay home. Head down to Hermann for a German bonanza, or pick up the first of spring produce at one of many farmers' markets. Check out our food-related recommendations after the jump. See also: ... More >>
One of St. Louis' most popular musicians entered the fray to save a nightclub pivotal to the history of St. Louis' music. In a op-ed letter published on St. Louis Public Radio's web site, Pokey LaFarge chastised the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' desire to raze the Palladium (Plantation Club) ... More >>
Congratulations! You survived the holidays with the family. You deserve a party, and we're here to help you find the perfect one.
On December 15, local community radio station KDHX officially makes its long-anticipated move from its Magnolia Avenue studios to the Larry J. Weir Center of Independent Music in Grand Center. The $3.25 million project features a cafe, listening room, brand new state-of-the-art studios and two floor ... More >>
KDHX (88.1 FM) celebrated its 25th anniversary on Sunday at the Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood. We went; we heard music, we ate pretzel-encrusted chicken, we got buttons that said "Music Lovers for KDHX" (duh) and "Dancers for KDHX" (irony is great!), we bought a t-shirt that said "Aggressively I ... More >>
KDHX emerged from the ashes of KDNA in 1987. Since then it has become not only the best place anywhere on the dial to hear people who love music play whatever the hell they want, but also a gathering place for St. Louis music fans through a wide variety of concert series, outreach programs and event ... More >>
In this week's feature story, Em Piro Builder, Aimee Levitt presents a collective oral history of Fringe Festivals on the eve of St. Louis' inaugural one. The four-day festival of more than 80 performances from 27 theater, music, performance art and dance acts, St. Lou Fringe's breakthrough season i ... More >>
Saint Louis University has asked the city's Preservation Board for demolition permits to raze the old Pevely Dairy complex on the southwest corner of Grand and Chouteau. The brick campus -- complete with its signature smokestack and giant P-E-V-E-L-Y -- was built around 1915 and served as headqua ... More >>
Click image for larger view of route.This blogger hadn't. That is, not until I called Mayor Francis Slay's office (on a different matter) and ended up talking to Helen Yane. Yane serves as the coordinator for the mayor's Open Streets initiative that plans to temporarily close several large St. Lo ... More >>
Like ships that pass in the night, this week some theater companies are concluding their seasons as others are just revving up. It makes for an unusually eclectic mix.www.circusflora.orgCircus Flora makes June fly by in Grand CenterSt. Louis Actors' Studio wraps up its second season with a homegrown ... More >>
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It's in the sauce
Another gallery opens its doors
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Jazz at the Bistro returns
Soo Sunny Park at Laumeier
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Week of June 19, 2002
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Wildly successful restaurateur Eddie Neill does it again -- or does he?
A rundown on the new kids in town
He can turn bricks into gold, junk into antiques, disasters into opportunities. But Pete Rothschild just can't transform his reputation.
Emily Pulitzer's gift to St. Louis has arrived in a concrete box. Hidden inside: the portrait of a woman who changed the city.
Grand Center dishes out some not-so-grand treatment to local arts groups
Jazz and joy abound as St. Louis commemorates the end of slavery