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  • Barenaked Ladies at the Pageant
    Click here for Sarah Fenske's full review of Barenaked Ladies at the Pageant. Photos by Jon Gitchoff.
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  • Food For Thought at the Contemporary Art Museum
    On the first Saturday of each month, the Contemporary Art Museum offers an interactive, culinary arts session for people of all ages. This weekend featured creations from Butler's Pantry and a collage-making workshop led by by artist Kit Keith. Photos by Sarah Rusnak.
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  • Ladytron at Sol Lounge
    Photos by Jason Stoff.
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  • Clutch at Pop's
    Clutch and 2Cents threw it down at Pop's last night. It was a wild show with a great crowd. Photos by Jon Gitchoff.
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  • The BeAst of St. Louis Party at City Museum
    Last night partygoers packed the City Museum to celebrate the RFT's Best of St. Louis. The annual event featured Best of St. Louis winners Nappy DJ Needles and Fresh Heir, food from the Best of St. Louis restaurant winners, performances by Belle of the Ball, fire performing by Venus in Flames,...
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  • Jónsi and Mountain Man at the Pageant
    Catharsis. That's the first word that comes to mind after last night's Jónsi show at the Pageant. The Sigur Rós vocalist/frontman reimagined the songs from his solo debut, Go, in conjunction with a stunning light and video show. The combination was nothing short of jaw-dropping, a concert that was emo...
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  • Blue Nile Market and Café
    The menu is brief, a primer on Ethiopian cuisine. As is customary in Ethiopia, dishes — here mostly stews (wot) and sautés (tibs) — are served atop the bread called injera, with additional injera served on the side. There are no utensils. You tear off a piece of injera (following etiquette, with...
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  • All Time Low and Rocket to the Moon at the Firebird
    All Time Low and Rocket to the Moon played the Firebird last night. It was a wild night and photographer Jason Stoff was there to capture the action.
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  • St. Louis Secret Sound Festival on Cherokee Street
    On Saturday, October 30, Cherokee Street came alive with the first St. Louis Secret Sound Festival. Bands performed at venues such as Apop Records, Foam and 2720 Cherokee, from noon until the wee hours of the morning. Photos by Kholood Eid.
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