Jon ScorfinaAs more music listeners turn to free Internet radio and blogs to discover new music, building an audience for a new terrestrial radio show is increasingly difficult. DJ Bobby Analog took on an even greater challenge this year when he launched his new show on KDHX by choosing to pl ... More >>
Martin DugganIf you haven't heard the "schmooze" yet, Martin Duggan, the host of KETC's Donnybrook, plans to retire in December. The 88-year-old Duggan has served as "provocateur" (host) of the Thursday evening talk show since its first airing in 1987. In a previous lifetime, Duggan was editorial ... More >>
www.bergersbeat.comJerry BergerFormer Globe-Democrat and Post-Dispatch society columnist Jerry Berger plans to return to his craft this month. Since stepping down from the Post in 2004, Berger has been a virtual no-see-um, but those days are over writes the columnist on his new website Berger's B ... More >>
Mexicans like music that doesn't involve tubas?
We find out what rocked across the country in 2007.
A culture war is rocking within St. Louis underground hip-hop scene.
This St. Louis crooner plays old tunes for old folks.
Week of November 9, 2006
Unreal just can't get enough of the KETC pledge drive; plus we give the Sanford-Brown update, celebrate the 125-day anniversary of our Editorial Fella and take "The Many Moods of Blake Ashby" to a new level
They may have been hippies, but Brewer & Shipley always bathed
Once a swashbuckling shot of civic espresso, Metropolis appears to be undergoing a midlife crisis
Saturday mornings, WEW (770 AM)
Brave Combo dares to embrace the last musical taboo: polka
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Arthur Kopit; based on the film High Society and on the play and film The Philadelphia Story by Philip Barry (Stages St. Louis)
The U.S. Supreme Court says it's time to end segregation: People with disabilities must be allowed to leave institutions and move into the community. Sounds great -- except the state's overwhelmed and the community's nowhere near ready.
By Terrence McNally (The Stage Company)
Looking for Ozark culture amid the neon, glitter and traffic of Highway 76 in Branson
The ragtime music made famous by St. Louisan Scott Joplin is appreciated more now than it ever was in the entertainer's lifetime
The family of the gravely ill James Markham expected the hospital to take every available step to keep the 74-year-old alive. When the end came, however, the Markhams were denied not only the decision to stop lifesaving measures but even the chance to say