The Best Concerts in St. Louis This Week: February 2 through February 8
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by Daniel Hill
11h ago
Anthrax w/ Black Label Society, Exodus 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 8 ..read more
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Missouri Adults Can Buy Legal Weed as Soon as Tomorrow
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by Jaime Lees
11h ago
It looks like the weed gods want you to stay toasty all weekend because adult-use legal marijuana will be available to Missourians as soon as tomorrow. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services says that they’ll begin “approving requests from facilities to convert medical facilities to comprehensive facilities (medical + adult use) starting Feb. 3, 2023.” This means that if you’re one of the people who didn’t get a medical card and you’ve been staring at your local dispensary longingly all of this time that medical marijuana has been legal, you can soon just walk into any dispensa ..read more
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Senate Candidate Lucas Kunce Accused of Talking Like He's From Missouri
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by Ryan Krull
13h ago
The National Republican Senatorial Committee and conservative news website The Washington Free Beacon are accusing Missouri Senate candidate Lucas Kunce of talking in a fake Southern accent. This morning the NRSC tweeted out a video created by the Free Beacon which splices up clips of Kunce's ads, interviews and social media videos, accusing him of using two different accents when talking to different audiences. The only problem is that Kunce's accent doesn't change from clip to clip ..read more
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St. Louis Restaurant Openings and Closings: January 2023
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by Jessica Rogen
13h ago
January means new beginnings, and that trope carried through to the St. Louis restaurant scene, which saw more openings of food spots and watering holes than closings last month. Possibly none brought more excitement than the soft openings of Union Loafer's Bagel Union, a Webster Groves corner takeout spot. St. Louis eaters were always going to be thrilled about this one, but coming on the heels of Bagel Factory's closure induced a fever pitch to its many soft openings ..read more
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Victims' Families Say St. Louis Serial Killer Should Face Them in Person
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by Ryan Krull
14h ago
Family members of the victims of alleged serial killer Gary Muehlberg are saying that Muehlberg should have to face them in court — and in person. "I think meeting all of us face to face is the least he should have to do," says Saundra Mihan, whose 18-year-old daughter, Robyn, was abducted by Muehlberg in March 1990 and left dead on the side of a county highway four days later. "No cop-out for him," she adds ..read more
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The Best Things to Do in St. Louis This Weekend, February 2 to to 5
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by Riverfront Times Staff
14h ago
Thursday 02/02 Get Stumped ..read more
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New Delmar Food Mecca Will Bring Together St. Louis Restaurant Greats
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by Jessica Rogen
14h ago
Two beloved food giants in the region are teaming up to bring the city even more of what St. Louisans love: great food under one roof. Today, Danni Eickenhorst, CEO of HUSTL Hospitality Group, announced that Steve's Hot Dogs and the Fountain on Locust would be joining forces with Alpha Brewing Company Distillery to create a new food mecca named the Fountain Off Locust.  The concept will be part of the Makers Locale (5232 Delmar), which will be located within the Delmar Maker District, and is slated to open this fall. The Makers Locale will have a shared 8,000-square-foot beer garden and ..read more
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St. Louis Chef Bob Brazell's Weed Gummies Taste as Good as They Feel
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by Monica Obradovic
16h ago
As a chef at some of St. Louis’ most storied restaurants, Bob Brazell has mastered several different realms of cookery. But a recent partnership with a local cannabis company set him on a new challenge. Sinse Cannabis needed someone to help craft flavor profiles for a new line of gummies and reached out to Brazell to tap into his culinary skills ..read more
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Radiohead Spin-off The Smile to Play St. Louis in July
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by Ryan Krull
17h ago
Even if you've never heard of The Smile, you're probably familiar with another band two of its members founded: Radiohead. Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke and guitarist Jonny Greenwood formed The Smile with jazz drummer Tom Skinner during the COVID-19 lockdowns and then debuted at a surprise live-streamed show in 2021. The Smile sounds like a stripped-down version of Radiohead, for sure, but its songs have a lot of layers for a three piece comprised of drums, bass and guitar ..read more
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Get Your St. Louis CITY SC Tickets Today
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by Benjamin Simon
19h ago
Professional soccer is almost here in St. Louis. Single-game tickets for St. Louis CITY home games went on sale this morning at 10 a.m. Fans of St. Louis soccer might need to move fast though: Season tickets are already sold out ..read more
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