image viaCOGIC Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake.If you're not, gird your loins: Early this morning those 40,000 members descended upon our fair city for their annual Holy Convocation. This is good news for the city's restaurants since the church members have just completed 30 days of fasting ... More >>
Hanging Out For Haiti, the brainchild of Jeff Bachmann and DJ FISH (a.k.a. Jon Nesselhauf), was held at Club 15 last Friday night, raising $2,600 at the downtown venue. Photo: Matt BlickenstaffGuests pay a $20 cover at the door Friday night at Club 15, all of which was donated to the American Red C ... More >>
Don't you know? Gut Check has a Twitter account. You can follow me @gutcheckstl.Here's some of what you missed on my Twitter feed this week:It's the Caveman Diet! Tomatoes optional. http://bit.ly/4SaiVE3:22 PM Jan 11thWriting about restaurants feels pointless today. Please consider donating $10 ... More >>
Week of October 26, 2006
A cadre of Missourians stand at the vanguard of the 9/11 "truth movement." Just don't call them conspiracy theorists.
Week of October 5, 2005
Amos Vogel and Cinema 16
We learn how to woo the "creative class" (and get rid of the undesirables) and offer you a fun name-change quiz; plus, Unreal shares a hotel room with Jerry Lewis!
Ashby can be scholarly or debonair, but he's just one man (and that man wants to be president); plus, the Sanford-Brown Indians take a hit, the handicapable fight terrorism, and the Wash. U. Absurdist Club gets passive-aggressive on your ass
Ded Bug Matt Meyer puts down his guitar and picks up a camera to chronicle St. Louis' rock scene
One of the world's pre-eminent sitar players, Imrat Khan once taught the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Now he teaches at Washington University.
Faced with an unprecedented rash of inmate suicides, St. Louis was slow to respond. Now there's a new jailhouse boss in town.
The Army and Hollywood join hands to wage virtual, bloodless battles