Music fans are still reeling from the death of Don Cornelius, the unmistakable and irreplaceable host and creator of Soul Train. Cornelius was found dead on Wednesday in Los Angeles of what police believe to be a self-inflicted wound. The Chicago native and Korean War veteran was 75. With the sadn ... More >>
via FlickrPeat Wollaeger's "Blaster Head" is a mind blower.Once upon a time, the River City had a reputation as something of a street art and graffiti mecca. That was way back in 2000 when Paint Louis was happening and some of the coolest cats to ever shake a can of spray paint made pilgrimages t ... More >>
The music and styles of a parents' youth inevitably reappear in the music of their small children. Such is the case with Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! There's a Party in My City!. Almost two decades after rave culture's underground beginnings, it's been modified into the colorful, kid-friendly romp w ... More >>
And he's proud of it.The younger Berry will perform on Monday night at Blueberry Hill, headlining a night of stand-up comedy on the same stage at the Duck Room where his legendary uncle performs monthly. Berry says he's been working the comedy circuit off and on for nearly two years now but has ... More >>
What: 10,320 Miles from Melbourne, a graffiti-themed art show Where: Hoffman-Lachance Gallery, 3100 Sutton in Maplewood On Friday night, four artists whose home-base of Melbourne, Australia is 10,320 miles away (give or take a few hundred), came to St. Louis for the second stop on a four-city to ... More >>
And some St. Louis hip-hop artists take their future into their own hands.
B-Sides examines some Dean Martin albums we wish existed, gets the scoop on Ozzfest injuries and spotlights this week's local trading-card all-star
Arvin Mitchell and Jessie Taylor must contend with a segregated St. Louis comedy scene on their road to the big time. Maybe they'll navigate the system. Or maybe they'll just have to blow it up.
He's Charlie Daniels
Washington Avenue Summerfest heats up
Week of April 16, 2003
NBC hopes Coupling is its next hitcom, which bugs the show's biggest fans
The fearsome foursome offers high-octane estrogen crunch
Latter-day vaudevillian Danny O'Day hasn't let changing tastes or the loss of his beloved Gaslight Square keep him from his life's work