The Missouri Tigers are capping off an impressive, exciting season at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas next month. If you're planning to drive to Big D to watch Mizzou take on Oklahoma State, be warned: the quickest route is alternately tricky and borning.
Will Hoge may be the hardest-working musician you've never heard of. A Nashville guitarist who traded his teaching dreams for songwriting, Hoge tried his hand in minor bands before getting noticed as a solo artist at the turn of the century. Despite not having his own hit song (and, oddly, watching ... More >>
Week of May 31, 2007
What do you get when you pair a Shakespearean tragedy with a contemporary work about a teen bulimic and a pedophile?
B-Sides gets gangsta with Burt Bacharach, imagines a rainbow of worldly bands and dissects the nuances of two trumpets
Week of October 15, 2003
High On Fire are dope
It's smooth sailing when Spotlight Productions launches Titanic
Spinal Tap tapped, the Folksmen turn it way down from 11
Longtime artsy hangout Mangia Italiano gets a new lease on life
Ozzfest 2000 rolls out the red carpet for Queens of the Stone Age
Our intrepid reviewer calls for the last check and leaves some generous tips
Dormant end-of-the-world predictions sprout new life with a coming planetary alignment
Metro Theatre Company brings Nicholas Kryah's cool Iceman to the stage
St. Louis Art Museum
Friday, Oct. 22; Galaxy