Written by Pete Timmermann Friday, 08 December 2006 03:33
Does my loyalty lie with you, the reader, whom I'm hoping will seek out the movies I recommend, or does it lie with the films and the filmmakers who made these films I love, regardless of whether or not they were lucky enough to secure distribution?
Written by Byron Kerman Friday, 08 December 2006 02:31
Take a break from the holiday shopping and the spiked eggnog and see what else is going on in St. Louis this month, as researched by your fearless Delirious Nomad.
Written by Pete Timmermann Monday, 06 November 2006 13:28
I was worried my audience would file me away as a stereotypical young, white, weinerish male who is obsessed with Asian culture.
Written by Byron Kerman Monday, 06 November 2006 11:06
Delirious Nomad tells you what's hot and happening in St. Louis this month.
Written by Byron Kerman Monday, 06 November 2006 11:01
A typical glance at The Growler yields a history lesson in kings, queens, torture, war, Papal edicts, enlightened nobles and the current state of beer.
Written by Anne Valente Wednesday, 11 October 2006 07:39
Halloween just isn't Halloween without Michael Meyers, nor is it complete in the absence of The Shining.
Written by Danica L. Mathes, Esq. Wednesday, 11 October 2006 03:13
Consider what sponsors are looking for: exposure and a desire to use their product or service. They also want to make sure their product and your music and level of professionalism match.
Written by Byron Kerman Thursday, 05 October 2006 02:17
April may be the cruelest month, but October is the most totally wicked month, dude. And there's no reason to wait 'til All Hallow's Eve to draw that pentagram in blood on the floor and summon up Beelzebub. You can get your creep on all month long.
Written by Byron Kerman Wednesday, 04 October 2006 11:56
What's going on around St. Louis during the month of October.
Written by Pete Timmermann Tuesday, 26 September 2006 11:01
Listening to Bill Hicks' rants about Bush being a child of Satan sent to destroy the Earth, it's easy to imagine he is talking about our current president rather than George H.W.
Written by Rudy Zapf Tuesday, 26 September 2006 10:56
One of the most apt descriptions of Putrih's work is that it effects "deformed perceptions." He plays with viewers' expectations and assumptions.
Written by Byron Kerman Wednesday, 06 September 2006 00:52
What's happening in St. Louis in September.
Thursday, 31 August 2006 16:00
Boat regattas, Sumo wrestlers, Tuts, and Showgirls fill your September.
Written by Anne Valente Monday, 28 August 2006 05:56
But truly, what is the shame in admitting that every once in awhile an oh-so-bad-but-just-so-great song enters your musical inventory?
Monday, 14 August 2006 05:28One of the manager's most important functions is to act as the artist's representative with industry players (i.e., record company and publishing company) to ensure that these industry entities are maximizing the artist's opportunities. Ideally, the manager handles every aspect of the artist's career so that the artist may concentrate on creative obligations.
Monday, 14 August 2006 03:41At the time, I was a broken-hearted fifth grader, having just found out that my "boyfriend" at school (a whopping three-day relationship) had another girlfriend at Sunday school.
Monday, 14 August 2006 02:39Unless you have killed a lot of time reading reviews, movie guides can be a difficult field to navigate.
Monday, 14 August 2006 01:37
It is not expected that Louisville will become the next big art destination overnight. But the impetus has begun, and other developers are starting to look at downtown with a gleam in their eyes.
Written by Byron Kerman Tuesday, 01 August 2006 03:11
The Nomad lets you know what's going on in St. Louis in August.
Written by Byron Kerman Friday, 30 June 2006 18:00
The Nomad lets you know what is going on in July.
Friday, 30 June 2006 18:00Each work invites (but never forces) participation of more than one of the senses.
Friday, 30 June 2006 18:00But the reality is that these industry professionals may not be knocking down your door for the chance to work with you, and none of them work for free.
Friday, 30 June 2006 18:00Here’s hoping that, if nothing else, the film as I saw it will become available through the omnipresent Chinese bootlegging system.
Friday, 30 June 2006 18:00As soon as my body registers an outdoor temperature ranging above 80 degrees, the opening riff to “Surfin’ U.S.A.” starts flickering through my mind.
Written by Byron Kerman Monday, 22 May 2006 09:18
The zipping funny cars and marshmallow-wheeled dragsters are a powerful sight—and smell—so you may want to bring sunglasses, an oxygen tank, suntan lotion, a small lunch, binoculars, your tube top, an athletic supporter, and a stuffed Garfield.
Written by Anne Valente Monday, 22 May 2006 09:12
It also made me understand what it means to walk out of a theater sheepish and red-eyed, something I didn’t quite grasp when I saw Beaches in first grade. Everyone walked out of that movie sniffling and blowing their noses over the death of Barbara Hershey’s character, and all I felt was awkwardness.
Written by Pete Timmermann Monday, 22 May 2006 08:27
The films are almost a side note compared to the overall experience of the festival, and this is perhaps because the majority of the films weren’t actually very good.
Written by Rudy Zapf Monday, 22 May 2006 08:22
These intimately sized works shine with more brilliance than the super-sized trappings which so often pass for contemporary art. It takes some cajones to admit that big and brash is not always better.
Sunday, 07 May 2006 14:28
Thursday, 04 May 2006 15:53
April showers have brought May flowers.
Written by Rudy Zapf Tuesday, 25 April 2006 07:35
If you think this is going to be a cynical, sour-grapes diatribe about the gulf between the haves and have-nots, think again. The Contemporary is throwing down a gauntlet to the general population.
Written by Anne Valente Tuesday, 25 April 2006 07:26
I thought the answering machine phenomenon was bad enough, but now I’ve decided that there is nothing more cringe-inducing than hearing your own prepubescent voice belt out the lyrics to “Eurotrash Girl.”
Written by Danica L. Mathes, Esq. Tuesday, 25 April 2006 06:25
Keep records of when and where you perform, sell CDs, and get publicity so you can prove your priority of use of the name in various territories.
Wednesday, 29 March 2006 11:26
Wednesday, 29 March 2006 11:14
Like Cujo. What was ever scary about this movie? A rabid dog that terrorizes a family locked in a tiny car, its bloody paws streaking the windshield red? Come on, Stephen King. You could have done better than that. Although maybe not, considering you also gave us a vehicle possessed by demons.
Wednesday, 29 March 2006 10:58
For decades, he has given aspiring artists and technicians the gift of his unstoppable energy, drive, and ability to imagine new possibilities in glass. He has done more for the art of glass than any person since Louis Comfort Tiffany.
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