May 27, 2008 Slideshows

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May in Photos 

See pictures from both the print and online versions of the Riverfront Times, shot over the past four weeks, in this photo slide show.
By Brent Holzapfel
May got off to a festive start when Cinco de Mayo was celebrated two days early on Tres de Mayo in St. Louis. See more pictures here.
By Brent Holzapfel
Of course, some partied a little too hard for Cinco de Mayo. See more pictures here.
By Annie Zaleski
Canadian pop duo Tegan & Sara played to a packed-house at The Pageant on May 4. See more pictures here and read the show review here.
By Nick Lucchesi
Androgynous disco singer Jeffree Star filled the Creepy Crawl for a live show on May 8. See more pictures here and read a show review here.
By Nichole Torpea
A freelance photographer for the RFT was allegedly assaulted at a show at The Pageant on May 4. When the band, My Chemical Romance, and its record label, Warner Bros., learned of the incident, the photographer was flown to New York City for My Chemical Romance's show there. This is a photo of Gerard Way, singer of the group, taken at the NYC show by freelancer Nichole Torpea. Read the rest of the story here.
By Jennifer Silverberg
SLC Holdings LLC, also known as the St. Louis Cardinals, owed more than $400,000 in delinquent personal property taxes at the time of an RFT investigation into the area's biggest tax deadbeats. Read the story, "Deadbeats Ho!: Did You Pay Your Tax Bills Last Year? Of Course You Did -- Unless You're Called Out In This Story," here. See more delinquent properties in this slide show.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Server Chalita Kanjanasakol delivers a dish at Basil Spice, a recently opened Thai restaurant in the 3100 block of South Grand Boulevard. Read Food Editor Ian Froeb's review of the three-month-old eatery here.
By Brent Holzapfel
The City Museum downtown hosted a free party on May 21 as a thank-you to the scores of petitioners who rallied (on the Internet, at least) to keep the museum/playground open. Rumors of the museum's possible closure due to injuries swirled for weeks before being stamped out at the party. See more photos here.
By Nick Lucchesi
One of two adult proms held May 23, this was the '80s prom at Rue 13. See more '80s inspired dress and photos from a Zombie-themed prom here.
By Lyle Whitworth
Precipitation came down on the Rib America Festival, held May 23 to 26 in downtown St. Louis. The precipitation did not seem cool off the attitudes of of barbecue lovers who braved the rain in these photos by Lyle Whitworth. See more photos here.
By Nick Lucchesi
St. Louis artists converged during the evening hours of May 23 at the intersection of Clayton and Skinker. Their goal: to have their art captured by the unblinking eye of the city's traffic-light cameras. See more pictures and read about it here.
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By Brent Holzapfel
May got off to a festive start when Cinco de Mayo was celebrated two days early on Tres de Mayo in St. Louis. See more pictures here.
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