We've all been unexpectedly greeted with one of these handwritten signs when we try to visit our favorite restaurant, bar, grocery store or any business that's not a 24-hour mega-center. The reasons for the unexpected closure vary -- tragedy, joy, or laziness -- as does the spelling, but the personalities of the employees are as pungent on these signs as the smell of a Sharpie marker.
DJ Mahf won the Red Bull Thre3style competition on June 10, 2010 at the Old Rock House and will head to Denver for the national championships. Read more about this competition in A to Z. Photos by Jon Gitchoff and Keegan Hamilton.
Drake, Gucci Mane, Mario, Huey and more took the stage at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater last night for Super Jam 3. Chingy and Murphy Lee made surprise appearances as well. Jon Gitchoff was there and brings back these photos.
At a very sold-out Off Broadway last night, Brian Jonestown Massacre -- eight-membered, five-guitared, deafening as a jet turbine -- droned and jangled for two and a half hours. Read Matthew Jackson's review. Photos by Jason Stoff.
The Riverfront Times Music Showcase moved from the Delmar Loop to Washington Avenue in 2010, bringing more than 50 bands downtown. Photographers Jon Gitchoff, Jason Stoff and Steve Truesdell were there to document the all-day music festival.
Australian rock band the Temper Trap headlined this show at the Pageant, with Warpaint opening. Read Annie Zaleski's review of the concert. Photographer Todd Owyoung was there and brings back these photos.
At Farmhaus Chef Kevin Willmann is cooking damn good food. This is the best restaurant to open in St. Louis so far this year. The competition isn't even close. Continue reading Ian Froeb's full review of Farmhaus. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
Daniel Victor Snaith, known by his stage name of Caribou, played the Firebird last night, with chillwave opener Chazwick Bundick aka Toro y Moi. Read Diana Benanti's concert review for this show. Photos by Jason Stoff.
Uncanny Dandies: A Comic Strip, premiered on May 28, 2010 at the Fox Hole, exposing comic books' dirty little secret: the unspoken desires toward our beloved superheroes. The Randy Dandies, a comedic burlesque troupe, put on the original show. Photos by Crystal Rolfe.