If last night's gleeful tongue wagging and enthusiastic dry humping were any indication, Miley Cyrus has definitely licked whatever ailed her this spring. After cancelling her original April date due to hospitalization for an illness, Cyrus made good on her promise to make it up to St. Louis during ... More >>
Over the years we've pouted as Pearl Jam announced tour dates in other cities again and again. Sure, Eddie Vedder had that fabulous gig with Glen Hansard at the Fox a couple of years ago, but St. Louis hadn't seen full-band Pearl Jam since early 2010. Was the Gateway City simply in Pearl Jam's perma ... More >>
Miley Cyrus has been ill for a number of recent dates during her Bangerz tour, but some fans may end up feeling sick themselves when they hear the latest news from the controversial singer's camp. Cyrus and her team had cancelled her April 16 Scottrade Center show for medical reasons, with official ... More >>
Happy freaky Friday, everybody! Get weird all weekend long. FarFetched hosts its annual showcase, Mangia Italiano celebrates its 30th birthday with an entire day's worth of entertainment and the Gringo Stage takes over a section of Cherokee Street for the neighborhood's Mexican Independence Day fest ... More >>
Bob Seger counts people from all walks of life among his fans: bikers, classic rockers, Motörhead fans, and more than a few Millennials and Gen-X'ers. Here's a slice of the audience we spotted last night before his show with Joe Walsh at the Scottrade Center, including a few Seger look-alikes. See ... More >>
After weeks of verbal sparring, it appears a date and venue is now set for a title bout between St. Louisan Devon Alexander and IBF welterweight champion Randall Bailey. Alexander's trainer, Kevin Cunningham, tells Daily RFT that it's "highly likely" the fight will happen on September 8 at Scottr ... More >>
It's been a great season for the Blues. A really, really great season. They started off slow under Davis Payne, but ever since making a coaching change and bringing in Ken Hitchcock, the Blues have been among the best teams in the NHL. For long stretches of time, in fact, it looked like the Blu ... More >>
For the second series in a row, the Blues have put themselves behind the eight ball by coming out and playing one of their worst games in the opener. Worse yet, they've done it both times while playing at home in the Scottrade Center, where they were the NHL's best home team this season. Of cou ... More >>
What was that thing? You know, the thing the Blues have so much trouble with. The, the thing? That one thing everyone kept saying was really the biggest thing that might keep the Blues from winning that cup thing? Oh, that's right. The winning-away-from-home thing. That thing. Well, the ... More >>
So far this season it had been all Nashville, all the time when the Blues and Predators get together. Nashville's defense, at times capable of being as smothering as the Blues' own, had kept the St. Louis attack under control, and Pekka F. Rinne keeps doing this really spot-on but incredibly ... More >>
Alexander returns to his "hometown" June 25.What a difference a loss makes. Last time Devon Alexander fought in his hometown of St. Louis was in August 2010. Back then, Alexander was the undefeated, junior welterweight champion and the main event in a full night of boxing put on by promoter Don K ... More >>
via www.stilettosports.comKurt Warner: Nice guy, but not exactly sensitive when it comes to body issues.We spent an intriguing day yesterday at Scottrade Center Getting Motivated! with Laura Bush, Colin Powell and other assorted aging luminaries -- and believe us when we say we'll have far more a ... More >>
Thanks to former 104.1 Extreme Radio DJ Kane, you can add "live music" to your list of reasons to get to Cardinals and Blues games early. Although Kane now produces for The Dana Show on KFTK 97.1 FM, Kane is staying involved in the St. Louis music scene by booking bands, usually local, to pla ... More >>
Image sourceHopefully Devon "The Great" Alexander doesn't KO the local gamblers. The sweet science and the sport of kings. They are hands-down the two greatest sports on which to gamble. Both of them are coming to St. Louis tomorrow, live and in full effect. Devon Alexander will take on Andriy Ko ... More >>
NOFXFirebird *Dance Gavin Dance, Monday, February 1 *Polysics, Tuesday, February 9 *Luxora, Friday, February 12 *Balmorhea/Grace Basement/Brothers Lazaroff/Northwoods, Friday, February 26 *Tigercity/Wave Machines, Sunday, March 14 *Knockout/Opposites Attack/Say Uncle, Thursday, March 18 *Past Liv ... More >>
Weathering the road since February, Samantha Crain played the penultimate show of her latest tour at Off Broadway last night--and she wrapped it up as the boss. The Boss, that is--donning a folded red bandana around her forehead, the diminutive musician, vocalist and band leader opened her set sayin ... More >>
For the third time in 15 years, Billy Joel and Elton John have teamed up with their dueling pianos co-headlining tour. It's a fool-proof idea, really, and therefore no surprise that it drew a near-capacity crowd to the Scottrade Center last night. Both men have racked up dozens of hit songs and sol ... More >>
Well, not only did the Blues qualify for the playoffs, they actually managed to leapfrog all the way up into sixth place. Didn't see that one coming, did you? So now we switch our focus and look ahead to the Blues' first round matchup, against the Vancouver Canucks. How the Blues attack the Can ... More >>
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The St. Louis Blues want you back. And this year, they even have Ice Girls!