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For the Thursdays at the Intersection finale Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers brought swing and old time rock 'n roll to Strauss Park, before a showing of "O Brother Where Art Thou."

Published in Music News

If there was ever a band perfectly suited to set the mood for a night of (slightly off-kilter) Hitchcockian suspense, punctuated with romantic intrigue, it may just be Sleepy Kitty.

Published in Reviews

The second to last installment of Thursdays at the Intersection featured Sleepy Kitty, followed by Alfred Hitchcock's "To Catch a Thief."

Published in Music News
Sunday, 27 March 2011 23:00

Step out of the ordinary

One day, in an effort to make interesting work-lunch conversation, I mentioned that I would be reviewing STOMP at The Fox Theatre. Immediately a friend of mine burst into uncontrollable laughter. I was confused.

Published in Theater Reviews
Tuesday, 24 August 2010 17:04

A grand move for KDHX

KDHX is proud to announce that our radio and media arts facilities will be moving to the Grand Center Arts and Entertainment District in mid-town St. Louis. The new building will transform the way we create community through media.

Published in Inside KDHX
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Durango is a two-man band with a progressive, heavy rock sound. The band's latest album, "Technologigical Advances," is a concept album that is meant to be heard as a whole unit. To download a track from…