Newly Announced: Ani DiFranco, Sloppy Seconds, Emperor X, BLK JKS and more | Music news and interviews | Saint Louis

Click to enlarge VIA ARTIST BANDCAMP BLK JKS will perform at the Sinkhole on Wednesday, November 2. Here, again, is every new show announced for the week! Click and start planning ahead. And as always, here’s your mandatory COVID safety warning: be sure to check with venues before planning to go to any of these … Read more

Detroit RIP Deadline | Detroit Metro News | Detroit

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Deadline Detroit digital jack Deadline Detroit will soon be no more. After more than 10 years of “Real News, Irreverent Views”, a local digital publication Deadline Detroit ends September 5. This is according to a Wednesday post announcing the end of Deadline Detroit by co-founder Allan Lengel. “Unfortunately, after celebrating … Read more

Buc-ee gas station comes to Missouri | Missouri News | Saint Louis

COURTESY OF PR GLOBAL NEWSWIRE Buc-ee’s is more than just a gas station. The world’s most perfect gas station is coming to Missouri. For those who have never been to Texas (or any of the other states where there are Buc-ee’s), Buc-ee’s is something of an institution. Known for its clean bathrooms, beaver mascot, and … Read more

More Muslim children are joining Aussie Rules football thanks to the SANFL Bachar Houli Cup

The SANFL has created a pathway for Muslim children to be introduced to Australian rules football. Key points: The SANFL organizes this week the carnival of the Bachar Houli Cup It is hoped the event will increase participation in football with children of Muslim background More schools and children are joining Australian rules football What … Read more

Rose’s Fine Food’s New Pizza Menu and Natural Wine Program Shine in East Detroit | Restaurant Reviews | Detroit

Rose’s Fine Food on the east side has been consistently on my short list of Detroit’s favorite restaurants since it opened in 2014, offering well-stocked breakfast and lunch options, as well as excellent sourdough bread and cakes. Although its hotline and previous menu fell victim to COVID as owner Molly Mitchell adapted to stay afloat … Read more

A Dolly Parton-themed disco dance party is coming to Delmar Hall | Music news and interviews | Saint Louis

Just announced! ❤️‍🔥✨ @TheDollyDisco is coming to Delmar Hall on Saturday 12/10!! On sale Friday or get discounted pre-sale tickets on tmrw and Thursday and avoid the rush! Identify your best country divas and GIDDY UP. 🦋🌈👢✨🐴 More info + RSVP: — Delmar Hall (@DelmarHallstl) August 16, 2022 Three of the best things … Read more

Missouri Legislature Backtracks on School Book Ban | Missouri News | Saint Louis

Click to enlarge Librarians across the state are targeted by the legislature’s latest book ban. A bill passed by the Missouri state legislature will prohibit the provision of material containing “explicit sexual material” to students. If such material is found, violators could be charged with a Class A misdemeanor, carrying a maximum penalty of one … Read more

Big Sean Reminds Us Why He’s The ‘Don’ With Return Of Detroit’s Fourth Annual Block Party | Things to do | Detroit

Click to enlarge Derek Dandridge Big Sean is the headliner of the Mo Pop Festival 2022 in Detroit. Big Sean said he didn’t want to fuck with us because he had a trillion other things he’d rather be doing in his 2015 song “I Don’t Fuck With You.” But he doesn’t care about us. Hard. … Read more

The indefatigable Ben Poremba will open another restaurant | Food and Beverage News | Saint Louis

Click to enlarge Greg Rannel Bar Moro will serve classic Spanish tapas and regional specialties like cold cuts, cheeses and preserves, canned fish and other seafood. Curious minds want to know: Does Ben Poremba get tired sometimes? Since arriving on the St. Louis restaurant scene in 2008, the chef and owner of Bengelina Hospitality Group … Read more

‘Daron, Daron Colbert’ spotlights Delray actor and his Detroit neighborhood | Movies | Detroit

Click to enlarge Courtesy picture An image from “Daron, Daron Colbert”, set in southwest Detroit. Media coverage of billowing industrial smoke transforms into images of lush, reclaimed, depopulated urban space in the opening of Kevin Steen’s new short “Daron, Daron Colbert.” Eventually, this chemical escape fades into the background, turning into a distant feature and … Read more