Look-Listen July 2012

Kickstarter, the Arts, and the Mighty Dollar: Three Studies in Crowdfunding, Part One

Those who attended the St. Lou Fringe Festival in June  may know that it was primarily funded by a campaign on Kickstarter, the popular crowdfunding website. The (en)visioning Hyde Park project... more »

Jul 31, 2012 12:00 AM Arts

Slideshow: Bonne Terre Mines' Magical Mystery Tour

About an hour south of here, St. Louisans can experience something so odd, so otherworldly, so dreamlike, that it's hard to fathom how readily accessible it is, how easy it is to slip from sunlight... more »

Jul 25, 2012 8:55 AM Arts

LouFest 2012: The Pernikoff Brothers' Evolving Sound

It's hard not to be swept up in The Pernikoff Brothers ' excitement. With a string of praise-worthy opening gigs on local stages last year (including a opening slot for Willie Nelson), and a ren... more »

Jul 24, 2012 12:00 PM Arts

Lindenwood University’s New Maroon and Gray-Striped Football Field Ain't Ugly, It's...Art?

It's been called it “ trippy ,” “ugly,” “obnoxious,” “hideous,” and, in a fit of pique that just seemed comical, “ an abomination to the game ." Those words come from the nation’s college-football ... more »

Jul 19, 2012 12:00 AM Arts

The Boorays Will Reunite for Saturday's Karate Bikini CD Relase Show at Off Broadway

In some respects, Karate Bikini ’s got the most pressure this coming Saturday night, as the group releases a full-length, debut CD, Sauce of the Apple Horse . But some of that pressure’s been rem... more »

Jul 18, 2012 8:06 AM Arts

More Bastille Day: Silent French Movies at Winnie Moore and French Living History at the DeMenil Mansion

Now that the 4th of July's come and gone, it's time for part least in St. Louis: Bastille Day. Soulard has mothballed its faux guillotine, so the royal beheadings have moved down to Carond... more »

Jul 12, 2012 1:51 PM Arts

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