Nearly every local news outlet has reported the story: This week the Army plans to drive armored vehicles through city streets as part of a training exercise it is holding at its reserve center in north St. Louis. But it was KSDK's version of the story last Thursday that really ignited the crazies. ... More >>
Nick SchnelleThe Trip Daddys, last year at the RFT Music Showcase. This year's fest is Saturday for $5.â€‹Memorial Day has come and gone, and it's time to kick off summer. (Just look out for those scattered thunder storms on Saturday and Sunday.) This weekend brings indie craft fairs, more than a f ... More >>
Picture GroupOK Go is at the Old Rock House on SundayIt's not even half-over yet, but 2010 has already been a monumental year for OK Go. In January, the quartet released Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky, its first album of original material since 2005's Oh No. A marked departure from their earli ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene
It's a play, not an invasion
Grip it and dip it: Ian puts Simply Fondue to the test.
Porky's: The Ultimate Collection
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out local theater
Ticktock, what a crock.
Steven Soderbergh tries, and largely fails, to make 'em like they used to.
Unreal learns how to keep young, bright St. Louisans in town and alive. Plus: Blog o' the Week, advice for the apocalypse and a chat with Bill the Thrill.
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
Orson Welles' career arc gets a suitably incomparable stage treatment.
True-crime noir goes searching for Hollywood’s heart of darkness
Week of July 20, 2006
Bring the family to Sing-A-Long Wizard of Oz and walk away with a song in your heart (and a bunch of kazoos in your hand)
In his new collection of poems, David Clewell hails the power of simple belief
Two prominent companies unfurl their first productions of the fall season. So far, so good.
Mamma Mia! smokes, Problem Child and Criminal Genius explode, Henry IV fizzles
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
Bogdanovich works out his demons on Citizen Hearst
Despite its title, It's All True isn't all true, but that doesn't prevent the HotHouse Theatre from successfully telling its story
The New Line Theatre presents a legendary play that tackles unions, press, religion, the rich, even musicians and artists
Death of a Salesman and War of the Worlds
The Cradle Will Rock brings agitprop theater, accompanied by a play to explain the politically charged musical, to St. Louis
Orson Welles emerges victorious in War of the Worlds
The avant-garde SITI Company melds fact and fiction in a new take on Orson Welles' infamous practical joke
With this presidential debate, the highlights didn't come from Bush or Gore
Our reviewer presents a bouquet of rosebuds to Citizen Kane's steakhouse
Roscoe Lee Browne and Anthony Zerbe bring their Broken Words to town
Written and directed by Tim Robbins
St. Louis native George Hickenlooper takes another step on his Hollywood career path with the Orson Welles adaptation The Big Brass Ring -- but a happy ending's still not in sight.
Former St. Louisan George Hickenlooper collaborates posthumously with Orson Welles in The Big Brass Ring, now appearing on Showtime