It's been little more than a year since Tig Notaro last stopped in St. Louis, but that was a something of a surprise show in Maryville University. So if you missed her then, this is your chance to not let this wildly praised comic slip through your fingers twice. Notaro's cruising into the Ready Ro ... More >>
After a seven-year stint at Cave-In-Rock, Illinois, the Gathering of the Juggalos moves this year to Legend Valley Campground in Thornville, Ohio.
About a month or two ago, we asked Andrew W.K. — that great unwashed Rock God, party incarnate, a walking/talking ode to the Power of Positive Mental Attitude — if he would be at all interested in writing an advice column for us. Of course he was. And what I mean by that is, "Of course h ... More >>
There's really no other band in the world quite like Iron Maiden. With no real number-one hits or mainstream success in its almost 40-year history, the band has still managed to influence practically every rock band that exists and become one of the most enormous musical acts on the face of the Eart ... More >>
Gather 'round the fire, now: Have you heard the magical Christmas tale of "Santa Paws"? Neither have we -- probably because this little Disney number went straight to DVD. But when two men from St. Louis County came across the Disney film, The Search for Santa Paws, their jaws dropped. Oh, ... More >>
Now a Christmas tradition, Trans-Siberian Orchestra will make a trek to St. Louis next month. I've been an outspoken critic of TSO for years now, and admit that my disdain toward the band has bred some unintentional negativity. This holiday season, let's explore the positive alternatives -- here are ... More >>
Albert SamahaHow long will Mayor Slay let the OccupySTL tents stay in Kiener Plaza?Forty or so OccupySTL protesters and a handful of reporters stood outside the Broadway Central entrance of the Edward Jones Dome, in the rain, waiting for someone to open the doors. They could see security guards a ... More >>
Todd OwyoungForget what you know - or think - about Ke$ha, the sleazy pop sensation everyone loves to hate. Her very-sold-out show at the Pageant was full of ridiculous spectacle, with generous doses of camp and schlock thrown in for good measure. And oh yes, don't worry - there was glitter. ... More >>
For many musicians, the lure of the Christmas songbook is hard to resist. Despite the challenge of reworking well-worn (and, in some cases, worn out) songs, each year a few dozen acts try to make something fresh out of these seasonal favorites. This year's crop is heavy on female-fronted pop, ... More >>
Can't you hear the conversation already?www.textsanta.netKid: Mommy, mommy, Santa texted me!!Parent: Wow, sweetie, how neat! That Santa Claus, he's so stupid-cool.Kid: Do you think Santa will tweet me, too? I wanna be his friend on Facebook! Parent: Hmm, I don't know if t ... More >>
For the second time in fourteen months, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band played a non-stop, sweat-soaked, guitar-tossing, request-taking concert at the Scottrade Center. Springsteen's mission was clear: During "Working on a Dream" he claimed that he and the band were in town to "fulfill a sol ... More >>
Ghastly creatures visit St. Charles this holiday season.Just received a press release that come December 17 the St. Charles Family Arena will play host to the Charlie Daniels Band Christmas. This latest concert announcement reminded me of one I received last week (also from the Family Arena) hera ... More >>
Here are six nationally famous St. Louisians on Twitter. This list is very likely not complete by any means. Obvious omissions are sports celebrities who probably deserve their own list. The idea here is to stick with people who are known in the entertainment business. And there is one exception -- ... More >>
Vick gives a "Philly Hello" to his new teammates.Personally I was hoping Michael Vick would be picked up by the Cleveland Browns. Can you imagine anything better than the a man convicted of operating a dog-fighting ring jumping into the Brown's "Dawg Pound" after a touch down? The scene would&nbs ... More >>
It's Christmas time here in the Gateway City, and in honor of this most wonderful time of the year, I've decided that this week's Card of the Week is going to be a little bit different. See, this week, instead of featuring a player who recently won an award, or signed a big contract, or exposed ... More >>
It's a North Pole nightmare
Christmas in Love EP
I don't want to jump all over a guy when he hits a walk-off anything, but honestly, could that have been a more pathetic swing? I'm pretty sure the commissioner's office is reviewing tape of Cesar Izturis' at-bat right now, trying to decide whether or not they can actually let a game be won on a hit ... More >>
Thanks in part to Charlie Barron's total commitment to his character.
"I loved Ned Garver. He was [the Browns'] best pitcher in the '50s. He won 20 games in 1951, but the team lost 100."
Shaw thing: The Rep's House is a Heartbreak-er.
Unreal's exclusive holiday gift guide.
Truck firms are so desperate for drivers that just about anybody can get behind the wheel
Amid the lofty renaissance, the hardcore of the urban core
A Post reporter is suspended for extracurricular Internet activities
Week of December 15, 2004
Behold the Great Black Sabbath Cinematic Experience
Eric Idle's not dead yet
Lionel Richie / Dancing on the Ceiling / Can't Slow Down, 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition (Universal)
Week of April 3, 2002
Directed by Bette Gordon
Sampling the glories of diner cuisine