Editor: Tef Poe is an artist from St. Louis city. Through powerful imagery and complicated honesty, he has earned a reputation as one of the best rappers telling the story of St. Louis, which is about much more than one place. Poe has been featured in music publications such as XXL and Urb Magazine. ... More >>
The U.S. Postal Inspector has determined that a suspicious package mailed to Really Big Coloring Books last week is non-hazardous. Still, the St. Louis company that has stirred controversy with its coloring books glorifying the assassination of Osama bin Laden believes that the package was intended ... More >>
St. Louis is nothing if not prolific in 2013. Last week's show announcements boasted an impressive seven releases-to-be across the board. This week, add three more sets of brand new local tracks to your music collection. DinoFight!, Les Gruff and the Billy Goat, and Mikey Wehling and the Reverbs all ... More >>
Here's your weekly St. Louis bestseller list for the week ending September 23, as compiled by the St. Louis Independent Booksellers Alliance and based on sales at Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, Pudd'nhead Books and Subterranean Books. When we talk about the Lewis and Clark expedition, we talk ... More >>
Related Content: Coloring Book Teaches Kids Art of Killing Muslims Don't Make Fun of Wayne Bell's Coloring Books! St. Louis-based Really Big Coloring Books is out with a new edition of We Shall Never Forget 9/11, an illustrated lesson on how publisher Wayne Bell believes everyone -- including Am ... More >>
Editor: Tef Poe is an artist from St. Louis City. Through powerful imagery and complicated honesty, he has earned a reputation as one of the best rappers telling the story of St. Louis, which is about much more than one place. Poe has been featured in music publications such as XXL and Urb Magazine. ... More >>
St. Louis's most awesomely objectionable hip hop collective, King Kong Magnetics, dropped a serious mixtape earlier this week, entitled Bommarito Cash Orgy. They deal with current issues like foreclosure ("You broke ass, you white trash, good for nothing with your f***ing torn up shirt, your overall ... More >>
coloringbook.comWayne Bell is at it again. The publisher of the St. Louis-based Really Big Coloring Books has just released another controversial title aimed at educating the preschoolers of America. We Shall Never Forget 9/11 is a coloring book that Bell says is a "tool parents can use to help t ... More >>
Doesn't look like Lupe Fiasco is going to get invited to perform at the White House anytime soon.Damn it, Lupe. Perhaps no other active rapper injects his music with such intelligence, such thoughtful ideas, such reasonable positions. The Chicago native put the Midwest on the map as a hotbe ... More >>
10:25: Hello everybody! Have a seat10:26: It's good to be out of Washington and back in the Midwest! Yes. I love you, too!10:27: Obama gives shouts out to Senator Claire McCaskill, Governor Jay Nixon, Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, State Auditor Susan Montee, and everyone at Fox High School. Th ... More >>
Will desperate times call for desperate measures at Sundance '08?
All aboard the '80s way-back machine for Mike Nichols' good time Charlie.
3930 Lindell Boulevard
Week of September 28, 2006
A cadre of Missourians stand at the vanguard of the 9/11 "truth movement." Just don't call them conspiracy theorists.
James Redfield's Prophecy is one divine mess
Goal! follows an immigrant's pursuit of a European fantasy
Our critics chew on the film trends of '05
Unreal visits an anger-management expert. Then, feeling better, we scan the Bargain Box for a money-maker (note: not for shaking) and talk about psychiatrist-patient luv with a Scientologist (oops). Plus: the local blog of an alleged killer.
The Evil Dead star lets us pick his Brain
Joel Schumacher's version of a theater classic gets a tragic ending of its own
Team America takes no prisoners and spares no swear words
With humor and a hat
What's a little statutory rape between R. Kelly and his fans?
Week of October 22, 2003
Jennifer Joyce contest results, a psychic porn star and perhaps the only Provel-related legal battle in history: Who could ask for anything more? (We've got dirt on Gephardt and the Cards, too, just in case you're greedy.)
Week of August 13, 2003
Week of April 30, 2003
Songwriter, performer and left-wing activist Steve Earle turns his politics into art
A man's last day of freedom becomes Spike Lee's meditation on 9/11
Fontbonne's version of Godspell thrills utterly
In Stanley Parker's neighborhood, what you wear and where you go can get you killed
Jefferson City lawmakers hit the roof over Nelly's visit to the statehouse
24 has been the most talked-about show of the season and for all the wrong reasons
A blast from the past in the war on terrorism
For Muslims in St. Louis, politics gets personal as fear dominates their lives
As one of TV's best and best-loved series launches a new spin-off, its creator grapples with the aftershocks of terror
U.S. policy boosted the Taliban into power, and reluctance to anger Afghan ally Pakistan helps keep them there