St. Louis musicians are a pretty generous bunch; it seems like they're always lending their tunes to local productions, sharing how-to tips and staging benefit shows. And so it goes this weekend when three of St. Louis' widely-praised bands come together to honor the memory of one of their own durin ... More >>
8:30 p.m. Friday, September 7, and Saturday, September 8. The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
It's that time of year again, the only time of year when anybody outside New Britain, Connecticut, pays any attention to Central Connecticut State University. This morning the college released its annual ranking of the Nation's Most Literate Cities, and the results are heartening: St. Louisans may n ... More >>
image viaIt's a brave new electronic world we live in, where blogs like this one that you're reading have replaced daily newspapers, e-mail and Facebook updates have replaced letters and phone calls and the heavy stacks of textbooks that used to weigh down schoolkids may now be replaced with ... More >>
This week was fraught with accusations and threats over the passage of federal health-care reform that could have provided us dozens of potential Ass Clown candidates. Instead, let's tone down the political rhetoric for a moment to concentrate on some non-partisan scoundrels whose acts of stupidi ... More >>
librarianavengers.orgUnreal issues a battle call: All in favor of starting a Hot Librarian ranking, spell Y-E-S!If you thought the decade would end without some national ranking flipping the bird to our fair city, well, you've had your fill of the Christmas Kool-Aid, now haven't you? Party's ... More >>
Book a party at the library
Is there a Transformer named "Microfiche?"
We're just living in it
But how many cornets?
Gettin' loud at the library
Not even a dead-end job
It'll keep your attention
10 Radio Singles & a Murder Ballad (Nice Noise)
Saturday, November 19; the campus of Saint Louis University (20 North Grand Boulevard)
St. Louis Public Library, central branch
Week of April 14, 2004
At the Not-So-Haunted House
An unstilted conversation with Richard Wilbur, the poet who made Molière commercial
Losing her eyesight hasn't kept a Shrewsbury mother and housewife from enjoying the people and activities she loves