Word arrived this morning that Drake's St. Louis concert with Miguel has been pushed back to Wednesday, December 11 at the Scottrade Center, "due to an intense rehearsal schedule and technical production requirements that will be part of the show." The show was originally scheduled for October 8. ... More >>
The most sinful city in America is also the deadliest. Making the rounds this week is yet another negative ranking that has St. Louis occupying the No. 1 spot. The Conservative Post has named St. Louis the "most deadly" place to live in America in its latest top ten list, beating out Memphis, Hous ... More >>
Tomorrow, Dave Matthews Band is coming back to St. Louis for the bazillionth time, and we were wondering, what will they eat? When they're in the Midwest, DMB will be getting fresh, locally sourced food from Green BEAN Delivery. See also: -Dave Matthews Band at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, 7/ ... More >>
Love is in the air! Cory Booker, who somehow finds time in between tweets to be mayor of Newark, New Jersey, is super-stoked this morning. The reason: Two truckloads of hurricane relief stuff, donated by all kinds of St. Louisans (see #STLforSandy), have finally made it to the Garden State. Sweet! O ... More >>
Look closely at that Budweiser in your hand. It has a German name. It was produced by Brazilians. Its brand-name used to be owned by the Dutch. But it's distinctly American. If you're confused, worry not. Anheuser-Busch InBev has launched a new software program called "Track Your Bud," allowing you ... More >>
Bruce Springsteen's long awaited 2012 US tour dates are out and, at lest in this first batch, the closest he'll come to St. Louis is an April 17 show in Cleveland and an April 12 show in Detroit. A stop here could be announced at a later date -- there is a tantalizing week between the Cleveland show ... More >>
Our reign is over. St. Louis is no longer the Most Dangerous City in America, a title it held in '06 and again in 2010. Flint, Michigan, has stolen our thunder to become the new No. 1, according to the latest crime rankings from the always controversial CQ Press.The publisher of crime data statis ... More >>
There are lots of dudes in Bushwick, Brooklyn, who resemble comic Ben Kronberg, but not many in his 'hood have the balls or neural circuitry to do what he does. The 34-year-old Denver native, who's performed on Jimmy Kimmel, Carson Daly and twice at SXSW, favors quirky wordplay and the occasional ... More >>
Organic doesn't mean perfect. 34,000 pounds of organic Nature's Harvest ground beef has been recalled for possible E. coli contamination, according to KTVN in Reno, Nevada. The beef was sold in California, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Washington State.Flights from Newark migh ... More >>
Today, "amnesty" is a dirty word. So what happened to the immigrants given a fresh start by Reagan in 1986?
Airlines with longest flights aim for impressive, entertaining on-board dining options. Because what else are you going to do on an 18-hour flight from Singapore to Newark? (ABC News) Red Robin closes its original location. The Seattle location, opened in the 1940s as a tavern near the Unive ... More >>
Books have been written about our love affair with booze, and all we get is a lousy No. 6 ranking?Next month Men's Health will come out with its listing of the "100 Drunkest Cities in America." As of right now, the magazine's website has yet to publish the findings, but USA Today has the scoop. F ... More >>
Columbia's True/False Film Festival tops itself. Again.
After decades in limbo, a jazz classic from Jimmy Scott finally sees the light of day
From Filthy Tongue of Gods and Griots (Ipecac)