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Friday, May 14, 2010

10 Things to do for $10 This Weekend in St. Louis, May 14-16, 2010

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Reggae for Haiti Benefit Concert at 2720 Cherokee (Saturday) This concert features Aaron Kamm & The One Drops, King Omowale & The Majestic Lions, Team Relevance and J Public providing music, and your suggested $7 donation goes directly to House of Hope, "a Christian ministry located about 41 miles north of Port au Prince, Haiti. Currently, the House of Hope provides for all of the needs of 40 orphans," so says the concert's Facebook event page.

DIY
  • DIY

Soulard Market Park Arts and Craft Fair (Saturday) Paste (www.pastecrafts.com) presents this fun and funky craft fair featuring more than 80 DIY crafters selling their handmade creations, live music, tarot card readings, make & take activities and street performers in Soulard Market Park (Lafayette Avenue and South Ninth Street) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Read more about the Soulard Market Park Arts and Craft Fair. It's free!

Don't write off All the Day Holiday.
  • Don't write off All the Day Holiday.

All the Day Holiday at the Firebird (Sunday) Scott Heisel writes this of All the Day Holiday in this week's print edition: "Cincinnati's All the Day Holiday has the unfortunate situation of being a bit of a fish out of water. Signed to Linc Star Records (a label closely affiliated with annual contemporary-emo festival the Bamboozle), the quartet is constantly thrown onto tours with also-ran "scene" bands such as PlayRadioPlay!, when its sound would fit in more closely with intelligent pop acts OK Go or MUTEMATH. With a new album in the works, expect ATDH to achieve bigger and better things than simply performing at the Bamboozle side stage." Read Heisel's full preview of All the Day Holiday at the Firebird. See what he means for just $8.

Atomic Cowboy, home of the "Sound Barrier" on Sunday nights. - PHOTO: PRETTY-WARSTL IMAGE SOURCE
  • Photo: Pretty-WarSTL Image Source
  • Atomic Cowboy, home of the "Sound Barrier" on Sunday nights.

Sound Barrier with DJ Trashley at Atomic Cowboy (Sunday) You might have been too hungover on six too many 2-for$1 Stag beers, but as Josh Levi explains, "Sunday nights at Atomic Cowboy transform into the Sound Barrier hosted by South City's most angelic hellion, DJ Trashley. Dance to the sounds of bubblegum pop, French new wave, dirty trash rock, lo-fi garage, and punk rock n' roll for the ages." Read more of Josh Levi's preview here.

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