The end is near for the Castle Ballroom. Located at 2839 Olive Street, the music and dance hall that once hosted Jazz greats Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Miles Davis faces imminent demolition. "The Castle Ballroom was a casualty of two weather catastrophes," says Eddie Roth, deputy chief of st ... More >>
Vincentennial: The Legacy of Vincent Price opens tonight at the Sheldon Art Galleries. Some highlights from the exhibition celebrating 100 years since Price's birth in St. Louis include his baby shoes and baby book, locks of hair, his high school yearbook, letters written by Price, his SAG and AFTR ... More >>
The Screen Actors Guild, Golden Globe and Academy Award-winning actress may have recently been accused of not playing nice with the press, but when it comes to promoting her Spread the Love stand-up comedy tour, she's all heart. (With a side of hot air.) How difficult is it for you to change mind f ... More >>
Yes, that is the parking lot of the Crestwood Court Mall as it appeared last Saturday afternoon. That's the same Crestwood Court Mall that is about to lose one of its two anchor stores and where enochlophobes can shop in peace, even on Black Friday. It took Unreal a whole ten minutes to find a parki ... More >>
Where: The Schlafly Tap Room parking lot, 2100 Locust Street. What: A Zombie Movie Double Feature, courtesy of Cinema St. Louis, Front Yard Features and Schlafly Beer. Better Than: A bucket of (fake) blood to the face. It was a slow start last night when Cinema St. Louis brought out the locally mad ... More >>
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