It was never so much a victory party as it was a wake. A good wake, mind you. The kind with lots of drinks and a few hearty laughs. Still, the hint of death permeated the hotel ballroom at Dave Spence's watch party last night.
DJ Shadow.It's funny--spend a few minutes in the sun surrounded by 18,000 of your closest friends, and suddenly Maslow's hierarchy of needs takes on new significance, ie: We need sunscreen. I gotta pee. Someone needs water or they're going to faint. Dudes, I'm hungry. Beeeeeer. We need beeeee ... More >>
photos by Keegan HamiltonThe Dutch fans went wild at Barrister's when their team beat BrazilDuring their Netherlands' 6:30 a.m. group stage match against Denmark a few weeks back, the Dutch fans at the Scottish Arms were less than lively. The Clockwork Orange won the match 2-0 amidst many yawns a ... More >>
Producers quietly reduce sodium. (Wall Street Journal)Heineken purchases Mexican brewing company that makes Dos Equis, Tecate. (New York Times)Study finds antibiotic-resistant bacteria on significant number of soda fountains. (KSL-TV)Florida's produce and fish industries take hit from cold ... More >>
Regular as, well, a meteor shower maybe, Bob Schneider and his band blew through St. Louis last night, staying just long enough to play a 10 p.m. show at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room.And like Beatle Bob always says (more regularly than a meteor shower), he made it seem like a Saturday night. Which is ... More >>
(Last week, we told you that the Monads were going to be invading Europe. The band is going to be kind enough to send along some dispatches from the road. Here's the first installment!)Hey all, it's your good friend Patthew writing you from far across the Atlantic Ocean in a country called Belgium. ... More >>