8 p.m. Saturday, August 25. Fubar, 3108 Locust Street.
LouFest is this weekend, but you will not find it listed within this post. This is because St. Louis's favorite outdoor festival will already see plenty of press this week -- hell, I'd be surprised if this blog post isn't surrounded on either side by bigass advertisements for the event. Point is, yo ... More >>
A great St. Louis tradition returns this Saturday to the Pageant (6161 Delmar Boulevard, 314-726-6161): Ludo's annual Christmas party. This year's openers are Treaty of Paris and OPTION//CONTROL, the show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets are $18 day of show ($16 if you get 'em now). But we'd l ... More >>
Ken Murphy/venice centralRoger Waters with the band Venice. Kipp Lennon is second from the leftIn this week's paper, Matt Wardlaw spoke to Kipp Lennon of the band Venice. Lennon and two of his bandmates are part of the backing band for Roger Waters' The Wall tour, which is stopping by the Sco ... More >>
Each year in St. Louis, the official kick-off to the holidays becomes more and more synonymous with the series of shows performed by the local Pink Floyd tribute act El Monstero y Los Masked Avengers. It's a seasonal reunion of sorts for the aging KSHE crowd who grew up with Floyd's haunting psyched ... More >>
Alt-Weeklies Provide Web Links to Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaios Home Address
Action Taken in Solidarity with Phoenix New Times
Week of April 26, 2007
Back home in Holland, Paul Verhoeven uses his basic instincts to craft a slick Holocaust thriller
Sophie Scholl relives the last days of an anti-Nazi hero
It's OK if you shout for joy -- Wei Hong's roasted duck is that good
As Nazi artillery fire draws nearer, two opposites share an unlikely love
Ben Stein at UMSL
Nikolay Nedeltchev wanted to be a gun broker in America. Fat chance.
Union Station's security staff makes life difficult for "troublesome" employees
Police commissioner Eddie Roth leaves for an Ohio newspaper
Week of August 22, 2001
If you liked the City Museum, just look at what Bob Cassilly is doing now
Directed by Peter Kassovitz
Hazelwood officials cast their lot with the developer of a controversial project in the flood-prone Missouri Bottoms. Their gamble is tearing the North County community apart.