Yacht pop band Tennis brought its fairy tale backstory to Off Broadway last night in support of sophomore release Young & Old. St. Louis' masterful Spectator opened and Kansas City's Making Movies (which has South American roots) were also on the bill. Photos by Theo Welling
Fishbone returned to St. Louis on September 18, 2012 at the Firebird. Opening the show were the Murder City Players and thd Midwest Avengers. Photos by Steve Truesdell for Riverfront Times.
- Fishbone at the City Museum (2011)
When Nick Zulauf arrived at Forest Park Hospital, 6150 Oakland Avenue -- and closed since May 2011 -- he says he saw a lone police officer at the entrance, seemingly there to keep out the riffraff.
Zulauf says he asked if it would be alright to take some pictures of the otherwise abandoned...
Edward Deeds spent most of his adult life, from 1936 until 1973, in the State Hospital No. 3, a mental hospital in Nevada. Sometime during those years he taught himself to draw. His mother brought him colored pencils and someone at the hospital gave him outdated ledger paper. Deeds' drawings...
With Arthur and the Librarian as Simon and Garfunkel, Last to Show First to Go as Neil Young, Dots Not Feathers as Michael Jackson, Palace as ABBA and Via Dove as Aerosmith, held September 8, 2012 at The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
Photos by Jason Stoff for the Riverfront Times.
This week, Ian treats his vestigal sweet tooth to Pint Size Bakery & Coffee, Christy Augustin's newish shop on Watson near Chippewa. How did he like it?
Read the review here. In the mean time, enjoy these delicious photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
After a rainy day one which pushed performances indoors, day two of the Big Muddy Blues Festival was able to go on as scheduled as Dr. John and others packed Laclede's Landing on Sunday, September 2, 2012. Photos by Jon Gitchoff.
Even though the outdoor portion of the Del Yeah festival was washed out by the remnants of Hurricane Isaac on Saturday, September 1, 2012, the Old Rock House still had an indoor party during the nighttime hours with performances by Mountain Sprout, Emmitt-Nershi Band and Infamous Stringdusters....