SKiN GRAFT Records isn't exactly a household name, but the label holds a unique spot in the legacy of St. Louis music. With the help of Mark Fischer, local artist Rob Syers started SKiN GRAFT Comix in 1986, which would move from comics to music by the early '90s. Syers' art show, THE BLASPHEMOUS CAR ... More >>
Life sucks. There is a multitude of reasons why, and no one has come to terms with this inescapable truth better than juggalos. Zen masters of nihilism and partying, they have become unquestionable experts at finding creative ways to cope with the unrelenting pain of reality.
Almost exactly one year ago, Showtime ordered a full twelve-episode season of Masters of Sex, a drama based on the lives and work of Washington University researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson in the '50s, '60s and '70s. The network has just released the show's first teaser trailer, pun ... More >>
When it comes to his musical contributions, Chuck Berry's legacy is safe. St. Louis should be and is proud to claim Berry as one of its own for performing a slew of iconic tunes. For the most part. While Berry may have done much to lay the groundwork for modern rock and roll, that's not to say he' ... More >>
Space geeks have been crapping their pants since news hit the Interwebs Monday that NASA was holding a press conference "to discuss an astrobiology finding that will impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life." The announcement further defined astrobiology as "the study of the origin ... More >>
Photo: Wikimedia CommonsRIP, Ed McMahonMe? I'll most miss the Star Search, Ed. R.I.P., Ed. It's been nice watching you over the years. See more of the many faces of Ed McMahon after the jump.
Unreal dresses up for Halloween, ponders getting electrocuted and entertains a bizarre fantasy about Joe Buck and Tim McCarver.
Julie Seabaugh profiles local laugh-riot Brie Johnson
Week of November 9, 2005
Turn your body into a masterpiece at the Lyle Tuttle Old School Tattoo Expo. Or, you know, just watch.
Week of July 13, 2005
Is younger than Clark Terry's flugelhorn
Once a national sensation, Marilyn Chambers is finally ready to retire from the porn business