For those in search of laughter or curious about the goings-on of the comedy scene in St. Louis, we will be making monthly recommendations for shows in (and near) the city. From sure-thing hilarious to fingers-crossed, "Oh God! I hope this works" affairs, Funny Events is your connection to sketch, s ... More >>
Here again: every newly announced show for the week! On page one you'll find a quick list of shows that particularly caught our attention, followed by embedded YouTube videos; there, you can check out some of the artists you may not be familiar with. Page two contains our complete listing of new sho ... More >>
Saint Louis University President Reverend Lawrence Biondi last night told the city's planning commission that unless SLU received the necessary permits to demolish the historic Pevely Dairy complex at Grand and Choteau, he would be forced to shut down the SLU medical school and move everything ou ... More >>
It's inevitable. Someday all this technology we love so much will turn on us and enslave us, and all sorts of badness will ensue. Author Daniel H. Wilson has thought about this a lot: The man has a Ph.D. in robotics from Carnegie Mellon University and once wrote a book called How to Survive a ... More >>
Planning to pick up some beads this weekend? Head over to the Mardi Gras Gallery Hop to pick up free, collectible beads and get your face painted while checking out some New Orleans-themed artwork. See details on this event and more after the jump. Not Made By Great MenMichael Grimaldi
(Article by Kristy Wendt)For those yearning for behind-the-scenes fodder on the battles, beefs, and trysts of hip-hop's high profilers, Kimberly Osorio's memoir Straight From the Source will make you feel like you're looking through their hotel room keyholes; you'll get a tantalizing glimpse, and no ... More >>
This St. Louis crooner plays old tunes for old folks.
In the cutthroat world of urban fashion, there's lies, damn lies and sales statistics.
Minimalism and Beyond
Week of October 27, 2004
Has the St. Louis College of Health Careers failed to deliver on promises of a good education and rewarding jobs?
The whole thing makes sound
Mark Ritter knows he'll never get rid of all the rats in St. Louis -- but as long as he gets the ones he's after, that's all right with him
Published the week of September 13-19, 2000
For years now, the Human Development Corp. has taken in millions of tax dollars to provide Head Start services for 2,500 of the city's low-income children. It has never come close. And the problems just begin there.
How Laumeier Sculpture Park director Beej Nierengarten-Smith's art collection traveled to New Mexico -- on Laumeier's dime
Luciano Silveira and Michele Wioskowski were convicted of having sex with a 16-year-old girl. But there's a lot the jury never heard.
The job market for information-technology grads is hot, but you'd better hone your people skills as well if you want to be really cool