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Thomas Crone

Thomas Crone has covered music, culture and the arts in St. Louis since the 1980s, frequently appearing as a blogger for St. Louis Magazine. You can follow his work across social media at: FacebookTwitter and Instagram; as well as at his homepage.

Last year in South Carolina, the two were struck by a vehicle while walking to morning coffee. This month, each is releasing a different, but complementary live album. more

Music

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Photo by Drew Sheafor, courtesy of The Red-Headed Strangers

Each release allows members a chance to stretch their talents in the world of original music. more

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Courtesy of Magic Smoking Monkey Theatre

Performances of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "The Year Without Santa Claus" are part of the debut of The Holiday Stop-Motion Extravaganza Parody—and family-friendly. more

Theater

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Courtesy of Dan Rubright

These days, Dan Rubright’s got more ideas, material, and collaborators than ever. more

Music

The podcast mines interviews spanning more than 50 years. more

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Photography by Jessica Page

The Berklee College of Music graduate was named a Slingshot artist by National Public Radio. more

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Bruiser Queen puts the Rock into the Rock N Roll Craft Show. Courtesy of RRCS.

The group's third album will add five tracks on New York City label Velvet Elk Records. more

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Courtesy of St. Louis International Film Festival

Part of the St. Louis International Film Festival, a new documentary tackles how the innovation of home recording is changing professional recording studios. more

Music

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Courtesy of Jeremy Essig

Find comedian and musician Essig telling jokes at the Flyover Comedy Festival on November 8 and playing a free show at Off Broadway on November 16. more

Culture

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Photography by Thomas Crone

Each year in October, the volunteer-run Archon brings together folks with a geeky worldview. more

Fairs and Festivals

On November 3, Harris will present a live event dubbed A Brief History of Planned Obsolescence, billed as “a three-act / performance art / intermedia / representation of our moment in time.” more

Music

Bottle Rockets Bit Logic new album

Cary Horton

“It sounds really clean, this country band. It’s a little odd to hear in the Bottle Rockets sound, it’s different. The guitars are not in a catfight anymore.” more

Music

“We’ll clean it out, and, on Sunday, we’ll have a jam session inside and paint over the mural on the outside. We’ll make our last big noise here." more

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The tracks were recorded by producer Matthew Sawicki at Suburban Pro Studios. more

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Julia Vogel

The group is playing Blueberry Hill’s Duck Room October 6, and will release the album that evening. more

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Photography by Matt Marcinkowski

Williams is a stalwart of the local jazz scene who's known as a stellar performer, teacher, and recording artist. more

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Courtesy of Shae Moseley

Their self-titled album, two years in the making, dropped last May. more

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Photography by Matt Marcinkowski

Initially a solo project, then a collective, then a six-piece band, it went gangbusters till 2015, at which point a farewell show in Glasgow marked the end of the players’ time together. more

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The newly minted holiday takes place Saturday, July 7. more

Dining

First, it's happening tonight. Second, these songs are, at the moment, cassingle-only—though streaming will happen soon. And third, "outrageously good" singer-songwriter Paige Alyssa is opening the show. more

Music