InFest StL, a quarterly indoor indie festival at 2720 Cherokee that got its start in January, just announced the line-up for its third event. A flat rate of $10 grants admission to three days of entertainment at InFest StL #3, which will feature live music, art and more from Friday, July 26 to Sunda ... More >>
Ok folks, this week is insane -- the number of excellent shows that did not make the cut for this post could easily fill another, if not for the nagging reality that time is finite. We don't want to short-change you though, so here's the runner-up rundown: Crowbar at Fubar on Monday, Cursive at Off ... More >>
7 p.m. Monday, April 16. The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
Courtesy of the artistSpankalicious at the Copper Dragon last week in Carbondale, Illinois. Local bounce beatsmith Spankalicious recently made the move to Cincinnati, and tomorrow night he plays one of his last 2011 dates in St. Louis at 2720 Cherokee (2720 Cherokee Street, 314-664-9900) with ... More >>
Todd OwyoungMorrissey's concert rider bans meat from whatever venue he happens to be playing that night, due to his staunch vegan status. (When he played the Pageant last year, the hot dog cart even had to take the night off!) We're not sure if that has anything to do with the following item, ... More >>
Newstead Tower Public House (4353 Manchester Avenue; Web site) is hosting a four-course dinner paired with Founders Brewing Company beers this Thursday, June 17. The dinner is at 7 p.m. and costs $40 per person; reservations are required. Call 314-535-7771 for reservations or more info.The Grand Rap ... More >>
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Three St. Louis-area women take burlesque to new heights
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St. Louis Swarm
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