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  • All Time Low at the Pageant
    All Time Low with We the Kings, Hey Monday and Friday Night Boys played to a sold-out crowd at Pageant as part of the Glamour Kills Tour. Photos by Todd Owyoung.
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  • Krista Ayne at Lure Nightclub, 11/21/09
    Krista Ayne of Cinemax's late-night soft-core porn series Life On Top, hosted the party at Lure on Saturday night. All photos are Safe-For-Work. Photos by Egan O'Keefe.
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  • Japandroids, Surfer Blood at the Billiken Club, 11/20/09
    The Billiken Club's series of free winter shows continued with Vancouver's the Japandroids and Florida's Surfer Blood. Read the concert review. Photos by Jason Stoff.
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  • Inside the Old School Tattoo Expo in St. Louis, 11/13/09
    Batman, Charles Manson and Marilyn Monroe were all at this year's Old School Tattoo Expo, in ink-form. Even our photographer got in on the action, getting his first tattoo. Photos by Jason Stoff.
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  • Back of the House at Phuc Loi
    Go into the kitchen of Phuc Loi in South City. (Read Ian Froeb's column here: "Whole Hog.") Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
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  • The Final London Calling at Halo Bar, 11/14/09
    The hipster Mecca will no longer be at Halo Bar, with the popular London Calling club night moving to Shock City Studios. Here are photos from the final night. Photos by Egan O'Keefe.
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  • Back of the House at Molly's in Soulard
    Go into the kitchen of Molly's in Soulard, which overtook the former space of Norton's earlier this year. Read Ian Froeb's review, "Creole Belle: Molly's in Soulard branches out with a bistro." Photos by Steve Truesdell.
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  • "Blood & Sand" at 33 Wine Shop & Tasting Bar
    St. Louis now has its own chapter of the United States Bartenders Guild. To celebrate, some of the city's best bartenders got behind the bar on November 9, 2009 at 33 Wine Shop. Photos by Stew Smith.
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  • Suck In! The Corsets of Dorothy Jones
    "These are serious body modifications. They're not the like the little Frederick's of Hollywood things," says corset creator Dorothy Jones. "People are intimidated, they think it's creepy." Photos by Egan O'Keefe.
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