Kathleen Madigan -- native St. Louisan, former Houlihan's server and now one of the most successful comics in the country -- recently reflected on her home state in an interview with Boston Magazine: Ninety percent of us in the Midwest don't come from someplace "cool" that we feel attac ... More >>
Erika M. Anderson brings her haunted bedtime stories and knife-twisting tableaus as EMA to the Luminary on March 20, and Deerhunter guitarist Lockett Pundt will do a turn with his solo project, Lotus Plaza, on April 30. Stone-drunk strummers Mountain Sprout head to the Old Rock House on April 1, and ... More >>
It was a big weekend at Saint Louis University's Chaifetz Arena. On Saturday night, the long-suffering Billikens basketball team beat George Washington 63-59 in a to-the-wire game (which almost erased the memory of last year's humiliating 49-20 loss to GW). The atmosphere wasn't quite as h ... More >>
6:30 p.m. Sunday, January 18. The Chaifetz Arena, on the campus of Saint Louis University, 1 South Compton Avenue
Julie Seabaugh profiles local laugh-riot Brie Johnson
Week of September 22, 2004
Unreal covers it all: Funnylady Kathleen Madigan, a traveling preacher who lacks Judgment and Bob Horner's Fatkins diet; plus, a new sport for extreme St. Louisans!
Week of April 16, 2003