What the hell is this? Why, it's Bishie Con, the Midwest's first weekend-long celebration of all things yaoi. And what is yaoi? Well, that answer is a bit more complicated. Read Aimee Levitt's story: "Girls Who Love Boys Who Love Boys." By Jennifer Silverberg.
Mango owner and Peruvian native Jorge Calvo came to St. Louis 20 years ago. In Chiclayo, Peru he owned four restaurants, but traded them in for life in St. Louis and two restaurants here. Peruís loss, our gain. Read Ian Froeb's review of Mango here: "Two for Peru." Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
"We all don't want to go out and kill people" says one Juggalo, when asked about their reputation. Photographer Nick Schnelle hangs out in the parking lot before an Insane Clown Posse show on November 28, 2009 at Pop's.
Thanksgiving Eve brings together old friends over booze. And "Where'd you go to high school" might be the most loaded question in St. Louis. Automatically, people begin to assume everything from your taste in music to socio-economic status based on your answer. Be your judgmental best with this...
Q: How often does the Mayor make your lunch? A: More often than you may think! Grant Young, proprietor of Young's Restaurant in Valley Park, is also the city's mayor. Read Ian Froeb's column on Young's: "Fry Me to the Moon." By Jennifer Silverberg.