This week is another of those extra-packed ones, so this list is a bit longer than usual -- hooray for St. Louis music! If anything remains of your vehicles after Saturday's ridiculous hailstorm (mine only lost a window or two, no biggie) make sure hit the town or else you'll be missing some excelle ... More >>
And B-Sides catches up with Richard Marx.
B-Sides reboots Radiohead and takes a roadtrip with Ani.
5 p.m. Friday, July 13. Creepy Crawl, 3524 Washington Boulevard.
Then we snag an interview with country legend and new friend of Lambchop Charlie Louvin.
Highlights from the second week of the St. Louis International Film Festival.
Think globally, watch locally at the fifteenth annual St. Louis International Film Festival.
Dean C. Minderman|Kristyn Pomranz|Andrew Miller|Kristie McClanahan|Christian Schaeffer|Andrew Miller|Ben Westhoff|Annie Zaleski|Brooke Foster|Jaime Lees|Roy Kasten
Lock up your family pictures, here come the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players!
The complete low-down on this year's nominated acts
We slither up to one of the world's best snake-handlers.
B-Sides gets domestic with Hurra Torpedo, defends the Dickies and downloads some hot, live MP3 action
B-Sides steps out with Gabriel and Dresden, matches drugs with Tool albums and previews the WM3 benefits going on around town
Columbia's True/False Film Festival tops itself. Again.
Catching up with the World Sax Quartet, atoning for V-Day sins with Stars and heralding the triumphant return of the Smoking Popes
B-Sides sends our parents to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, finds songs to make stray partygoers leave and geeks out with the technological geniuses in Hyperbubble
B-Sides unearths some tight presidential tunes, finds the softer side of the Simpsons' notorious bully and knows way too much about the Spin Doctors
Indian dance, Christian love
Anne Rice goes deep
The St. Louis International Film Festival enters its second thought-provoking week
The fourteenth annual St. Louis International Film Festival gets off to a great start
Shop on Sunday night
We explore the wacky world of Phosphorescent, rile up Henry Rollins and venture into weirdness with Murder by Death
Halloween till you puke
Good walls make good lovers
Jesus admonishes Stryper, we hear Sleater-Kinney's secret fears, and Gogol Bordello talks gypsy jive
Matching the playoff-rockin' Cardinals with some appropriate tunes
Week of September 21, 2005
Uhan Shii takes you on My Journey
Stan Brakhage and Text of Light
We talk mashups with Beatallica, skewer Ember Swift and find out what Robert Earl Keen is really saying
Grease (sing it with us)
Kristina Martinez celebrates flamenco
We gush over Trey Anastasio, get some cowbell advice from Blue Öyster Cult's expert and administer a headphones fidelity test