John H. TuckerThe salsa music pulsated through Wabash Park in Ferguson yesterday as hundreds of festival-goers chowed down on tacos, tamales and empanadas. The neighborhood's annual Festival Latino, sponsored by Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, kicked off with an outdoor mass and the "L ... More >>
You've heard of garage rock. But Kid Congo Powers - co-founder of the Gun Club, guitarist for the Cramps and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, and prolific, eccentric, solo rock & roll maestro -- doesn't play garage rock. He plays gymnasium rock. His forthcoming album, Gorilla Rose and his 2009 al ... More >>
8 p.m. Sunday, February 13. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
photo by Jennifer SilverbergWilliam Chignoli on the steps of ASC's clinic on South GrandJust two months ago, the low-cost immigrant healthcare center La Clinica closed its doors owing to lack of funding. Now Acción Social Comunitaria, a local nonprofit that offers a broad array of social servi ... More >>
Three days of Hispanic Festival
8 p.m. Saturday, May 17. Blueberry Hill's Duck Room, 6504 Delmar Boulevard, University City
Looks like we’ve got competition. St. Louis’ Hispanic community, the second largest in Missouri, is about to get its own alternative paper. El Mundo Latino will launch September 15, with an initial print run of 10,000 copies, to be distributed for free in 80 locations across the San Luis metrop ... More >>
Why do Mexicans crank their music up so loud?
Hint: It has nothing to do with the Frito Bandito.
Week of November 16, 2006
Week of November 2, 2006
Week of September 7, 2006
El Mariachi, 1934 Zumbehl Road, St. Charles; 636-946-7600.
Week of August 10, 2005
Tea ceremonies, anime, Taiko drumming and more await at the Missouri Botanical Garden
Saturday, August 7; Gateway Arch Stage on the St. Louis Riverfront
Carnicería Latino Americana
Enrique Chagoya juxtaposes images of pop culture with tokens from extinct cultures, to thought-provoking effect
Soaking up the Latino-music sounds at La Onda