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Delirious Nomad | 08.06


Thursdays in Aug.: Birds in Concert raptor flight demo with live music at World Bird Sanctuary (636-225-4390)

Fridays in Aug.: Jungle Boogie free concerts at St. Louis Zoo (

Saturdays: Albino Alley Cat burlesque review at Rue 13 (

Aug. 1: National Night Out with canoe & hay rides, bonfire & treats at Spanish Lake Park (

Aug. 1: Screening of The Iron Giant at St. Louis County Library – Indian Trails Branch (314-428-5424,

Aug. 2: Author of Freddy & Fredericka Mark Helprin reads from & signs his novel at Left Bank Books (, 314-367-6731)

Aug. 2: Screening of campy Flash Gordon at Strange Brew at Schlafly Bottleworks (

Aug. 3: The Red Alert children's White Stripes tribute band performs in-store concert at Vintage Vinyl (

Aug. 4: First Friday Gallery Walk downtown (

Aug. 4-5: Schlaffenfest featuring "Hoosier feats of strength" & live music to benefit KDHX-FM at Schlafly Tap Room (

Aug. 4-5 & 11-12: Live on the Levee with fireworks, Eats Bridge, family fun, local bands, & live music by Edwin McCain & Kenny Wayne Shepherd on the Riverfront (

Aug. 4-6: Midnight Madness returns with screenings of cult classic The Warriors at the Tivoli Theatre (, midnights Fri. & Sat., 10 p.m. Sun.)

Aug. 4-26: Art of Ilona Niemi (creepy psychological portraits) and Jess Dewes & Stefene Russell (photographs of St. Louis writers & artists with text by Russell) at Mad Art (

Aug. 5: Author of The Devil's Teeth: A True Story of Survival & Obsession Among America's Great White Sharks Susan Casey reads from & signs her book at Left Bank Books (, 314-367-6731)

Aug. 5: Ciné 16 Show & Tell with projectionist describing his work for kids, plus screening of The Red Balloon at Mo. History Museum (314-746-4599,

Aug. 5-6: Mo. Black Expo at America's Center (

Aug. 6: Director of Intl. Spy Museum speaks on "Benjamin Franklin: Master of Intrigue" at Mo. History Museum (314-746-4599,

Aug. 8-11: Immediacy Theatre Project presents SoloLAB: Character, 8-10 solo pieces on individuals at Lemming Armada in Belleville (

Aug. 10: Free cake & tours at Mo. History Museum 140th Birthday Party (314-746-4599,

Aug. 10-13: Safari Club Intl. Sensory Safari Wildlife Trailer Exhibit at Bass Pro Shop in St. Peters (

Aug. 10-19: Washington Ave. Players Project presents Mo Monahan in MOments at ArtLoft Theatre (

Aug. 11: Planetary Pedal 5-mi. family bicycle ride through Forest Park with special activities for riders at St. Louis Science Center plus bike-safety tips (314-416-9930,

Aug. 11: Synth duo Hyperbubble performs at Vintage Vinyl in-store concert (

Aug. 11-13: Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival at Soldiers Memorial (, 314-837-6100)

Aug. 11-13: Plan 9 From Outer Space IN COLOR for the first time plus rare Ed Wood shorts at Tivoli Theatre Midnight Madness (, midnights Fri. & Sat., 10 p.m. Sun.)

Aug. 11-20: St. Louis Shakespeare presents Much Ado About Nothing at the Grandel Theatre (314-361-5664,

Aug. 11-26: After Midnight presents Joe Hanrahan performing Will Eno monologue ThomPaine (based on nothing) at Café Balaban (314-487-5305,

Aug. 11-Oct. 1: Intertwined: St. Louis/Taiwan/Japan at Regional Arts Commission gallery (, 314-863-5811)

Aug. 12: Hostelling Intl. Moonlight Ramble midnight bicycle ride (

Aug. 12: Great Stone Hill Grape Stomp at Stone Hill Winery in Hermann (

Aug. 12: Midnight Hoosierweight Amateur Boxing at Panda A.C. gym (1619 N. Broadway, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Aug. 12: Non Prophet Theatre Co. presents Militant Propaganda Bingo Machine sketch-comedy show/benefit at Hi-Pointe Café (

Aug. 12: Nerd-rapper Wut Metaphysical performs in-store concert at Vintage Vinyl (

Aug. 12: Flea Market at Queeny Park (

Aug. 12: St. Louis Table Tennis Club Lunch & Learn demos at BJC Sportsworks exhibition in St. Louis Science Center (

Aug. 12: Bring your 8mm, Super 8, or 16mm home movies for screening at Home Movie Day at Mo. History Museum (314-746-4599,,

Aug. 13: I Scream for Ice Cream Trailnet Bicycle Ride in Edwardsville, Ill. (

Aug. 13: Build & fly a kite at Ben Franklin Kite Day at Mo. History Museum (314-746-4599,

Aug. 13: Poetry Reading & Ice Cream Social at 1331 N. Market St. (

Aug. 13-20: Used Book Sale at Jewish Community Ctr. (, 314-442-3281)

Aug. 14: Elvis Birthday window display/concert at Blueberry Hill (

Aug. 15: Eric Carle's Very Hungry Caterpillar appears at St. Louis County Library – Mid-County storytime (314-721-3008,

Aug. 15: Bonnie Prince Billy free in-store performance at Vintage Vinyl (

Aug. 16: West End Wednesdays after-work after-party with live music by Shrinking Violets at Maryland & Euclid avenues (

Aug. 17: Peace & Economy Film Series presents Why We Fight doc on military-industrial complex at Regional Arts Commission (314-726-6406,

Aug. 17: Ciné 16 School Films features "Wheels, Wings, Water & Air: Transportation Films" at Mo. History Museum (314-746-4599,

Aug. 17-27: NonProphet Theater Co. presents David Mamet's American Buffalo at Wolfson Theatre at Jewish Community Center (314-752-5075,

Aug. 18: Free Family Night at Magic House (

Aug. 18-19: Fusion Street Festival with live outdoor concerts, art displays, kids' talent show, & activities in Belleville (

Aug. 18-19: Ben Franklin: Abolitionist? theatrical presentation that moves through Museum galleries at Mo. History Museum (314-746-4599,

Aug. 18-20: Hot City Theatre New Play Festival with free staged readings at Regional Arts Commission (

Aug. 18-20: Festival of the Little Hills at St. Charles' Frontier Park (

Aug. 18-26: Dramatic adaptation of Steven King's Misery at Broadway Center of the Arts in Belleville (

Aug. 20: Peach Pedal bicycle ride followed by peach-pickin' in Pocahontas, Ill. (

Aug. 21: River Styx presents Hungry Young Poets reading series with live bluegrass at Duff's (314-533-4541,

Aug. 23: Jammin' at the Zoo party with live music & tastings of more than 200 varieties of wine (

Aug. 24: Author of novel about St. Louis cult New Light Annette Gilson reads from & signs her novel at Left Bank Books (, 314-367-6731)

Aug. 24: Sounds at the Station Free Concert Series presents Head East with Devon Allman's Honeytribe at St. Louis Union Station (

Aug. 24: Sex in the City's Aidan (John Corbett), now a country singer, at Ameristar Casino (

Aug. 25: Flamenco guitarist Liam Christy performs free outdoor concert at St. Louis Art Museum (314-721-0072,

Aug. 25-27: Midnight Madness features screenings of Prince's Purple Rain at the Tivoli Theatre (, midnights Fri. & Sat., 10 p.m. Sun.)

Aug. 25-31: Film about Siamese-twin rock stars Brothers of the Head at Tivoli Theatre (

Aug. 26: Ice-Grass Sledding at Sioux Passage Park (

Aug. 26: University City Soapbox Derby & Picnic (

Aug. 26: The Lot free outdoor music fest at 21st & Locust featuring Tight Pants Syndrome, Murder City Players, & Fertilizer Bomb (

Aug. 26: Toddler Traffic Town opens at Magic House (

Aug. 26: Scottrade Gateway of Hope Bicycle Ride & Festival to benefit Lance Armstrong Foundation at World's Fair Pavilion in Forest Park (

Aug. 26-27: Midwest Salute to the Arts art fair at Longacre Park in Fairview Heights, Ill. (

Aug. 27: Bevo Days festival in Bevo Mill neighborhood (314-352-0141)

Aug. 27: Holocaust Museum & Learning Center Film Series presents Israeli film Walk on Water (

Aug. 27: Ivory Perry Park Summer Concert Series features blues saxophonist Willie Akins (

Aug. 31-Sept. 10: NonProphet Theater Co. presents Mindy Kaling & Brenda Withers' tale of Damon & Affleck, Matt & Ben, at Wolfson Theatre at Jewish Community Center (314-752-5075,

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