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November 25, 2008 Slideshows

Exposed: November '08 

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Metallica, Laurell K. Hamilton, The American Mustache Institute, Sammy Hagar, Ludacris, Will Smith, the Presidential Election and more.
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By Sarah Paradoski
You can almost hear the buzz of 100 tattoo guns whirring at the the same time. The Old School Tattoo Expo, held November 14-16 at the Holiday Inn Select. View more old school tats!
By Todd Owyoung
Metal Rules. More specifically, Metallica rules. If you've found yourself rocking to any of their songs over the last 20 or so years, do yourself a favor and see what you missed on November 17 at the Scottrade Center. Also included are pictures of a few super fans. Photo Slide Show. Also be sure to read Paul Friswold's killer review with setlist.
By Kristan Lieb
On November 15 in St. Louis, hundreds gathered at the Old Courthouse to protest Proposition 8, the California ballot measure that bans same-sex marriage. Here's a more blunt sentiment about the ban. More Protest Photos.
By Sarah Paradoski
The Thaxton Speakeasy -- an underground lounge in the historic Thaxton Building on Olive -- held a grand opening party on November 22. Check out photos from the party.
By Sarah Paradoski
OMG. NKOTB!!!!!!! A lot -- a lot -- of New Kids on the Block fans dressed like neon works of art to hail the return of the boys -- err, grown men -- to St. Louis. Photos of fans and the New Kids on the Block here.
By Jennifer Silverberg
RFT Street Team
The RFT's Best Of St. Louis party was held on November 6 at Skybox. More photos.
By Sarah Paradoski
Girl, you'll be a woman soon. Neil Diamond finally played on November 2 at the Scottrade Center. Finally because the first two dates were delayed. Check out more pics from the long-awaited show.
By Todd Owyoung
St. Louis loves Sammy Hagar. It's a sentiment that was heard a lot 'round these parts in mid-November. The Red Rocker played two consecutive nights at the Pageant. Photos from the November 19 Sammy Hagar rockfest.
By Egan O'Keefe
What does one do when the straight bars are dead? Head to a gay bar, where the party is in full swing. That was the solution on November 21. .
By Jennifer Silverberg
On November 24, St. Louis was ranked as the fourth most-dangerous city in the United States, after taking the top spot in 2006 and ranking second in 2007. On that day, photographer Jennifer Silverberg documented some of people who live and work here. See photos.
By Jennifer Silverberg
Clinic directors Kim Donica and Regina Whittington have fielded many calls from schools seeking information on HIV/AIDS. Read "STD-Day: The recent HIV scare at Normandy High School has prompted cries for better sex education."
By Clay Awsumb
Canadian indie rockers Wolf Parade played on November 8 at the Gargoyle. If you missed it, here are more concert pics from the show!
By Ma'at Atkins
It's clearly a big deal when the Fresh Prince comes to town. Will Smith was in St. Louis for a premiere Seven Pounds. See more photos.
By Sarah Paradoski
He's been on stage more than half his life, as a musician and spoken-word punk rock guru. Henry Rollins was at the Pageant on November 6. Look at the Many Faces of Henry Rollins and read a review of his show.
By Sarah Paradoski
Aww don't be sad. Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks performed on November 1 at the Pageant. See more photos from the concert
By Aaron Facemire
By Jennifer Silverberg
Laurell K. Hamilton is the Mistress of Horror. Read our November 20 feature on the St. Louis writer here: "Nobody writes vampire novels the way St. Louis' Laurell K. Hamilton does – and yes, there's lots of sex."
By Sarah Paradoski
You can almost hear the buzz of 100 tattoo guns whirring at the the same time. The Old School Tattoo Expo, held November 14-16 at the Holiday Inn Select. View more old school tats!

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