May 26, 2009 Slideshows

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Exposed! May in Photos 

Vanilla Ice, little black dresses, sticky fingers, stripping burlesque dancers, lucha libre masks and a deadly dose of death metal: It's May 2009 in photos.
By Steve Truesdell
Bands and burlesque took over the City Museum on May 14. The Blind Eyes, Fred Friction and Lola Van Ella (pictured here), among others. More photos.
By Egan O'Keefe
Twenty years after he originally released "Ice, Ice Baby," Vanilla Ice, AKA Rob Van Winkle, has a new album and was at Home Nightclub on May 16. More photos.
By Egan O'Keefe
Summer finally came out in May, and so did little black dresses at Lure. More photos.
By Egan O'Keefe
New Downtown West barbecue restaurant Smoking Joe's Bar-Be-Que hosted a "Memphis in May" barbecue festival on Friday, May 8. More photos.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The scene from Cherokee Street, St. Louis' most popular Mexican community, on May 2, for a weekend version of the Cinco de Mayo celebration. More photos.
By Steve Truesdell
Bands and burlesque took over the City Museum on May 14. More photos.
By Egan O'Keefe
From the "Corks for a Cause" charity event on "The Boulevard" in Richmond Heights on May 14. More photos.
Taxidermy, the mundane and bizarre, took over St. Charles in May. More photos.
By Todd Owyoung
Almost ten years after its major-label debut, Slipknot's fans are as dedicated, if a little older, than ever. This is from the metal band's show on May 6 at the Scottrade Center. More photos
By Egan O'Keefe
The metal band T-shirt has evolved from a white logo on a black shirt to a cartoonish work of gruesome art. Amazing Heavy Metal Shirts.
By Jennifer Silverberg
A growing chorus of critics blames East St. Louis nightclubs for late-night mayhem. Here stands "Stuntman," an even promoter, in front of Club Casino, a State Street club.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Alvin Parks, East St. Louis' mayor and liquor commissioner, decided his city's nightspots may continue to remain open until 6 a.m. Read story.
By Steve Truesdell
Bands and burlesque and fake mustaches took over the City Museum on May 14. The Blind Eyes, Fred Friction and Lola Van Ella, among others. More photos.
By Egan O'Keefe
This is Lamb of God, during its performance on May 2 at the Pageant, along with Municipal Waste, God Forbid, As I Lay Dying and Children of Bodom. More photos.
By Kenny Williamson
There are plenty of reasons to go to a rock festival besides the bands. Here are ten of them: More photos.
By Egan O'Keefe
Good-looking people flocked to Lure on Washington on May 8. More photos.
By Steve Truesdell
Bands (the Monads are pictured here) and burlesque took over the City Museum on May 14. More photos.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The scene from Cherokee Street, St. Louis' most popular Mexican community, on May 2, for a weekend version of the Cinco de Mayo celebration. More photos.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Bartender Dea Mannisi pouring a Waborita at Sammy's Beach Bar & Grill. More photos.
By David Walthall
Alvin Jett and his band Phat noiZ, performed at their CD-release show at BB's Blues, Jazz & Soups on South Broadway on May 2. More photos.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Shrimp mofongo at Señor Pop's on South Grand. More photos.
By Kenny Williamson
Summer concert season is here. Pointfest, put on by alterna-rock radio station 105.7 The Point, got going on May 23. Here are locals Ludo. More photos.
By Egan O'Keefe
Vanilla Ice and creepy clowns, on stage together at last. From Ice's show on May 16 at Home Nightclub. More photos.
By Jennifer Silverberg
The kitchen doesn't rush, but St. Louis has been waiting for these sorts of restaurants long enough. What's a few more minutes? Go into Winslow's Farm & Home in U. City. More photos.
By Gene X. Hwang (Orange Photography)
Craigslist creator Craig Newmark and CEO Jim Buckmaster (in background) are weathering a storm of criticism, after their site became connected to a number of violent crimes, including the murder of Katherine Olson.
By Steve Truesdell
Bands and burlesque took over the City Museum on May 14. The Blind Eyes, Fred Friction and Lola Van Ella (pictured here), among others. More photos.

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