Here again: every newly announced show for the week! On page one you'll find a quick list of shows that particularly caught our attention, followed by embedded YouTube videos; there, you can check out some of the artists you may not be familiar with. Page two contains our complete listing of new sho ... More >>
It's a busy week for St. Louis music. Read on to catch a piece of the action. With Halloween celebratory activities well under way, local bands get ready go dress up with special covers-only sets. Besides that, Bug Chaser drops its latest, Noisefest celebrates its tenth anniversary and Tef Poe perfo ... More >>
Editor's Note: Bob Reuter's Alley Ghost will release Born There this Sunday at Off Broadway. For this week's Riverfront Times, Josh Levi talked to Reuter, but the man cannot be confined to our limited print space. What follows is the rest of the interview, complete with old music and new music to li ... More >>
For local painter Dana Smith, art and music have always been intertwined. He can he found in the dark corners of music venues, his face obscured by a large lens, capturing live shots of local bands that he'll later use as a guide for his paintings. The sounds, sights and people of St. Louis are his ... More >>
On Thanksgiving evening, after all of the turkey, pie and Pepto-Bismol, a group of local musicians will gather at Off Broadway to pay tribute to one of the most influential rock bands of the past two decades: Guided by Voices. The show will feature Bunnygrunt, Karate Bikini, Popular Mechanics ... More >>
Matt Daniels and Aaron Johnson both teach music at St. Louis University. As of August 1, both men are also restaurateurs, as The Tavern of Fine Arts is now open at 313 Belt Avenue in the DeBaliviere Place neighborhood. "We are essentially a wine bar," Daniels tells Gut Check. For now, the Tavern ... More >>
Offset the commercialism and blind consumption of Valentine's Day weekend with some educational art appreciation. One good option is Dreamscapes, an exhibit of works concerned with dreams and their meanings. Get details on this event and lots more in the list below. Photograph courtesy National In ... More >>
Firecracker PressIt's time for a local news rodeo! Yee-haw. Bunnygrunt is having what it's calling a Wedge-i-dency every Monday in April at the -- you guessed it -- Wedge, at the corner of Bates and Virginia. "We're using these shows as a chance to work up some new songs in a low pressure -- ... More >>
Not totally satisfied with your weekend itinerary? Never fear, Go! is here! This regular feature delivers the Top 10 can't-miss activities to complete your fun-seeking agenda. Looking for live music? Here's your St. Louis weekend concert calendar.
Twelve by Tony
8 p.m. Saturday, June 23. Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center, 3301 Lemp Avenue.
8 p.m. Tuesday, November 14. Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center (3301 Lemp Avenue).
Berry's time in the trenches is starting to pay off
Week of December 24, 2003
Week of December 17, 2003
Cronyism! Nepotism! Backstabbing! Secrecy! So that's why they call it "community radio"!
While we're at it, let's debate the future of Double Helix Television
Chefs and musicians collaborate on a delicious piece of performance art
Ded Bug Matt Meyer puts down his guitar and picks up a camera to chronicle St. Louis' rock scene
Our intrepid reporter gets herself in a jam
KDHX-FM searches for new morning voices and targets a wider audience
Beatle Bob has been on a one-man dance marathon, bop-bop-bopping all over town. But why?
The Way Out Club, part 2, opens in a new location
Published the week of February 16
Published the week of February 9
Tuning in to community-radio station KDHX
All the news Lafitte to print about Puerto Muerto