Sometimes, it's good to unplug the headphones and take a break from music for a minute simply to absorb the sounds from immediate surroundings. Take the Riverfront Times office soundtrack lately, for instance. Above my head, some intense industrial power sanding or something rattles the mug of tepid ... More >>
Mike Tyson will be in St. Louis today to perform his one-man show, The Undisputed Truth as part of a 36-city tour, directed by Spike Lee. The Tyson monologue is, according to producers, "a rare, personal look inside the life and mind of one of the most feared men ever to wear the heavyweight crown." ... More >>
So this just happened.
Mike Tyson will be in St. Louis tonight for his one-man show, and today, he's doing some good old-fashioned Twitter promoting in advance of his visit.
This includes a polite request that David Freese swing by.
Will the Cardinals third baseman make it??
Iron Mike Tyson brings his one-man show,
Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, to the Peabody Opera House (14th and Market streets; 314-241-1888; tickets $35 to $350) at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 5, as part of a 36-city tour for the Spike Lee-directed monologue. Producers are billing the show as "a rare, per ... More >>
Whether Justin Bieber is being chased by a pack of fans while riding a Segway or pretending to get shot and killed on a popular television show, he can is increasingly dispatched in any setting.
Your moment of certainty came this weekend, when Bieber and 50 Cent accompanied Floyd Mayweather, Jr., ... More >>
The St. Louis Blues, having defeated their aquatic foes in round one of the playoffs, are now resting quietly, recuperating mind and body to prepare for the next challenge. It's a little like the dialogue screen from Mike Tyson's Punch-Out, where the opponent would hurl some insult at Little Ma ... More >>
It looks like Tattoogate has finally reached its end.
The south-central Missouri tattoo artist who sued the producers of The Hangover Part 2 for copyright infringement has now reached a settlement for an undisclosed amount of cash.
As far as legal narratives go, this was one of the wackies ... More >>
Somebody order up a bunch of digital Wite-Out. Warner Brothers could soon have a huge demand for the stuff. That's because the studio has told a federal judge in St. Louis that it would digitally alter a tattoo from actor Ed Helms' face upon the December DVD release of Hangover II if it can't set ... More >>
Ed Helms wears copyright protected ink.Fear not, bro-dawg cinephiles. The release of The Hangover Part II will not be delayed over a suit filed by a Missouri tattoo artist. You'll still be able to edify yourself Thursday with 102 minutes of (presumably) dick-and-fart-and-drinking jokes. Hurrah!Yo ... More >>
The tattoo that launched the lawsuit.An image used in the sequel to The Hangover could leave Warner Brothers with a wicked headache of its own. Last week a tattoo artist from the south-central Missouri town of Waynesville sued the film studio on claims that it used his copyrighted work in The Han ... More >>
The one and only Don King will be in town later this afternoon to promote his fight at the Scottrade Center on August 7 between St. Louis' own undefeated WBC/IBF champion Devon "The Bull" Alexander and Ukrainian Andriy Kotelnik.There are few sports figures more colorful -- and notorious -- than King ... More >>
These days former Cardinals slugger Jack Clark is perhaps best known for labeling Mark McGwire a "fake, phony, cheater" after Big Mac admitted earlier this year that he'd used steroids throughout his career. But in finance and investment circles, Clark is best known for his ability to piss away m ... More >>
Show: The Hangover, the caviar of immature-dudes-take-a-Vegas-roadtrip comedies, watched as late as possible in a theater in Vancouver's Chinatown to stay awake long enough to catch a red-eye flight back to the States.Food: Andres Baby Canadian Champagne, a British Columbian wine of low alcohol ... More >>