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  • Fucked Up Gets Wild at the Luminary
    Fucked Up, Life Like and WEED gave the Luminary quite a show on July 8, 2014, prompting our photographer to tell us, "I still need to clean the whipped cream off my Dr. Martens." We'd say that means success all around. Photos by Bryan Sutter for the Riverfront Times.
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  • Fall Out Boy, Paramore Rock Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
    Paramore and Fall Out Boy brought their first-ever joint tour to Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on July 6, 2014, drawing legions of shrieking fans. New Politics opened for the pop-punk bands, which are scheduled to play more than 40 concerts all over North America in the next four months during...
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  • Electric Flurry Shoots Foam, Not Fireworks
    Electric Flurry brought the world's largest foam party to the Old Rock House parking lot July 5, 2014, giving revelers a different way to celebrate Independence Day weekend. The EDM party featured dancers, hula hoopers, fire wielders and foam cannons as the crowd bounced along in ecstasy to...
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  • Clownvis Presley Becomes a Human Cannonball at Atomic Cowboy
    People at Atomic Cowboy were treated to a star-spangled blast on July 4, 2014, when Clownvis Presley shot himself out of a cannon. Clad in his trademark blue jumpsuit and Elvis wig, Clownvis treated his audience to plenty of tunes before and after his unique explosion. St. Louis rockers Bruiser...
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  • The People of Fair St. Louis 2014
    Patriotic St. Louisans, city visitors and fried-food lovers turned out in droves for Fair St. Louis July 3-5. Despite a few parking headaches, plenty of people wore their red, white and blue to the event's first party in Forest Park after leaving downtown due to riverfront construction. Fair...
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  • The People of Warped Tour 2014
    Body paint and rainbow hair color were the trends of the day during this year's edition of the Vans Warped Tour at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on July 2, 2014. The all-day music festival -- which primarily focuses on pop-punk but also includes hardcore, alternative and other genres -- was...
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  • Bocci Bar Serves Italian Small-Plates in Clayton
    The new Bocci Wine Bar lacks a cohesive identity. Unlike its sister restaurant that oozes Catalan character, Bocci Bar doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be. On the one hand, it’s a wine bar, with fancy temperature-control systems and a comprehensive selection of wines by the glass to...
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  • Scenes from PrideFest 2014
    Downtown St. Louis was filled with a rainbow of colors during PrideFest weekend June 28-29, 2014. With top-notch entertainment, a vibrant parade and plenty of food and drink, St. Louis proved yet again why the local Pride celebration is one of the best in the nation. Some photos feature...
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  • The Best Fashion Statements at PrideFest 2014
    When it comes to Pride fashion, St. Louis always rocks the runway. From multicolored tutus to gorgeous wedding dresses to sexy thongs, PrideFest 2014 proves that attendees are fashionably loud and proud in a rainbow of beautiful ways. Some photos feature revealing clothing and are slightly...
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  • The Bachelor Casting Call Fashion
    St. Louisans looking for love or fame flocked to a casting call for The Bachelor on June 27, 2014, at the Four Seasons Hotel. The possibility of being on the show, on which women and men compete through a series of dates and eliminations for the heart of another, brought out the best wardrobes...
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  • Neon Trees at Ballpark Village
    The summer concert series at Ballpark Village continued with pop-punk band Neon Trees on June 26, 2014. With hit songs like "Animal" and "Everybody Talks," the Utah band led a packed house in energetic singalongs after openers Smallpools performed. Neon Trees last visited St. Louis in May for...
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  • Urban Chestnut Serves Delicious Eats as well as Craft Beer in The Grove
    Urban Chestnut cofounders Florian Kuplent and David Wolfe call their brewing philosophy “beer divergency” — a blending of modern innovation with reverence for the past. This old-meets-new style is on full display at their sweeping new bierhall in the Grove. Walk inside, and you’d be forgiven...
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