A former St. Louisan who joined the Israel Defense Forces was injured by an explosive device in Gaza Wednesday during ground operations. The St. Louis Jewish Light reports that Max Levin, 21, was part of a special unit that handled and disarmed explosive devices. During a house-to-house mission, th ... More >>
People gathered in front of the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church on Lindell Boulevard Sunday to mourn the nearly 200 Palestinians killed by Israeli military attacks over the past week. But they also came to protest what they claim to be is unfair media coverage and a U.S. government that sends vas ... More >>
A St. Louis area woman is making waves internationally following her deportation from Israel two weeks ago.Sandra Tamari, a Glen Carbon mother of two, had just touched down May 21 in the Tel Aviv airport when she says she was detained by Israeli security. A Quaker Christian of Palestinian descent, T ... More >>
Madonna, fresh off a Super Bowl appearance and more aware of how to capitalize than possibly anyone in pop music, has just announced a massive 2012 tour. And just days before Madonna 2012 World Tour goes out in (presumably) a blaze of infinite production value in Miami, she'll make a stop here in St ... More >>
Damon Riddick may be the coolest dude alive. Better known as Dam-Funk, Riddick is a walking embodiment of West Coast Relaxation, creating an electrifying brand of modern funk. Heavily inspired by the synth-based funk of the late '70s/early '80s, his music is full of interstellar synthesizers rife wi ... More >>
Photo by Corey WoodruffOn September 26th, Deerhoof made tracks through St. Louis for the first time in its nearly twenty years of existence. The Luminary Center for the Arts held the loud but intimate sounds of the seminal experimental pop group, catering to a nearly sold out crowd on a chill ... More >>
9 p.m. Friday, December 3. The Gargoyle, 6465 Forsyth Boulevard, in the Mallinckrodt Center on the campus of Washington University.
1:30 p.m. Sunday, November 21, at the Hi-Pointe
Be afraid: Tel Aviv's Monotonix bring their scuzzy garage rock and acrobatic antics to The Gargoyle on December 3. Billiken Club *The Hood Internet, November 20 Blueberry Hill *Chuck Berry, December 15 *The Noam Chomsky Band, December 4 *Rodney Crowell, February 28
The local daily reports that the Missouri Water Patrol at last recovered the body of I.E. Millstone yesterday. Last year, RFT named Millstone its first-ever "Best Geezer" in the annual Best Of issue. Below, that entry:I.E. Millstone built Pruitt-Igoe and outlived it. He built Busch Stadium II, yet t ... More >>
8 p.m. Monday, June 30. The Bluebird, 2706 Olive Street
But Sugar is sweet and Traces of the Trade leaves its mark.
Twentysomething Tel Aviv hipsters live life, have sex, befriend the enemy in The Bubble.
Week of November 10, 2004
An Israeli clan takes its Broken Wings and tries to fly again
We All Have a Plan (Hefty Records)
This ain't your rabbi's Holy Land
Week of June 4, 2003
A former pro basketball player from Israel has to be bigger, stronger and faster for the American college game
In The Believer, a Jewish student explores his inner Nazi
The Wild Horse Grill stampedes onto the Chesterfield Valley floodplain