Thursday, October 11, 2007



BREAKING NEWS: Well, looks like former St. Louis Fire Chief Sherman George(PICTURED) is retiring—somewhat. He announced his “retirement” from the department on Thursday at a press conference and said he plans to file complaints with the Equal Opportunity commission and the state's Human Rights Commission.
But what is interesting is, he said that he wasn’t going to actually retire from the department of 40 years but retire until his job as Fire Chief is reinstated.
George was removed from office on Oct. 1, after ignoring a deadline set by the mayor to make promotions in the department. Thus, he was demoted to Deputy chief by newly appointed Public Safety Director Charles Bryson. At the press conference, George has not said publicly whether he intends to challenge to get his position back, or leave the department completely.
George broke it down as far as how all of this got started,. Mainly the African American organization, FIRE, who protested and filed suit in 2004 against the test which was used for the promotions. George stated that, according to the fireman’s charter, the fire chief can use his discretion to promote. In other words, he had the power to do so, not the Mayor’s Office (and in George’s words, “if the mayor wanted the charter changed, he should have changed it.” ).

George also stated that Bryson’s office gave him a letter of termination when he had a closed meeting with him on Oct. 1 (and showed the letter to the press during the conference) but decided on demoting him which would hurt him financially as in his pension (i.e. a $20,000 pay cut). He also got into the politics of Mayor Francis Slay’s office appointing the new Fire Chief Steve Kotraba. George said that the new acting chief was Deputy chief under George and that there are some “investigations” of some sorts of Kotraba’s practices in the department that was OKd by George. George said that having Kotraba over him would make his job hostile thus Mayor Slay, knowingly, promoted him for that aspect to oust him.

George feels that the promotions that Kotraba done were illegal and his demotion was illegal resulting in his “retiring.”
George also talked throughout the conference that the mayor did not want t make this an issue of race, but in actually he did.
I knew that it was going down like that (either he was going to resign or quit). But what is interesting that hasn’t been brought up, while the deadline for George to promote was going on and he called up Don Wolff’s former talk show “And Justice for All” one Sunday on KMOX-TV as a guest on the show and he was calling from Atlanta. I wonder why George was there? Maybe looking at that city’s fire department and its prospects? Hmmmm.

This big newz coming out of the STL mos definitely was the charging of former pizza manager Michael Devlin (PICTURED ON LEFT) who pled guilty earlier this week of all 71 offenses of kidnapping and sexual assault against Ben Ownby, now 12, and Shawn Hornbeck, now 16, he kept in his apartment in Kirkwood and was sentenced in St. Louis County Circuit Court to 18 consecutive life terms, 52 additional concurrent life terms and 15 years for kidnapping. According to, Devlin entered his guilty pleas in a 45-minute hearing in the courthouse in Clayton. Devlin did not speak other than to answer the judge’s questions. The judge ordered that the 18 consecutive life terms run after the life sentences Devlin already had received in Franklin and Washington counties. Consecutive sentences are served one after the other, and concurrent are served together. As of this writing, Devlin \] entered pleas to six counts of guilty to dozens of child kidnapping and sodomy charges for the abduction and abuse of Ben Ownby and Shawn Hornbeck. Devlin pleaded guilty to coercing a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct to produce photographs and pornographic videos, some of which include Devlin and Shawn, now 16, engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Devlin's sentencing was set for Dec. 21.What is interesting, it is that Devlin’s attorney, who knew didn’t have a chance to get Devlin off of the charges, said that Devlin pled guilty so that both families of the boys, as well as Devlin’s; didn’t have to relive the pain of the kidnappings through testimony, but the attorneys for both Ownby and Hornbeck stated that Devlin did it for himself and only himself so that the accounts of the kidnapping would not be told in court. What is also telling was the info regarding Hornbeck’s testimony. Pretty much, he made a pact with the Devil (pun intended) to maintain living after Devlin wanted to drop off Hornbeck and kill him. From that Devlin used Hornbeck as his slave for his sexual pleasures. What’s more disturbing is that Devlin may have had an emotional attachment to Hornbeck whom he held hostage for four years whereas Ownby was more in danger such that after his kidnapping in a few days was definitely doing to be killed. In my opinion, I believe that, and I hate to say it, but it seems as though Devlin and Hornbeck, who is now 15, became lovers (Devlin gave Hornbeck his last name) and that is probably why Hornbeck didn’t leave or tell police. As sick as this sounds, it makes sense. The question now is from reports is whether to put Devlin in protective custody or put in general population in a maximum security prison. All I have to say is, now that he is what you call “short eyes” there’s no telling how his life will end......................... Looks like two other organizations are following suit like Cahokia High and Gm on the strike tip. Earlier this week, over 50 percent of the bus drivers at First Student Bus Co, formerly LAIDLAW developed an unauthorized, wildcat strike (the only difference from Cahokia and Gm which were authorized) in regards to low wages and benefits and unfair practices with its union. The drivers walked out after formally asking the National Labor Relations Board to end their association with School Transportation and Allied Workers' Laborers Local 509. According to the drivers, the union signed off on a 90-day contract extension without their approval. But as of this writing, the wildcat strike is over and they are back to work but they are working without a contract. Following GM is the other one of the Detroit Three, Chrysler. Thousands of United Auto Workers members walked off the job in Fenton and at other Chrysler plants across the country in the second strike action taken this month. Progress had been reported Wednesday morning in the contract negotiations between the union and Chrysler in regards to health benefits, but several key issues remained unresolved as the strike deadline neared, according to a person who had been briefed on the talks. The strike at Chrysler comes as UAW members at General Motors Corp. wrapped up voting on their own tentative contract. (NOTE: Chrysler is back on the J.O.B. as of Thursday)

The daycare worker accused of failing to make sure a toddler got off a field trip van at the Science Center will not be prosecuted after all. According to, Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce dropped charges against Delea Payne (PICTURED RIGHT) after talking to other adults helping with that hot August field trip. This all stemmed after the partents of a baby were not charged after their recklessness of not picking up their child in their car at Washington University leading to the child’s death. Hmm, I hate to say it, but if it wasn’t for the parents—who were white and affluent—and their neglect, the 9 to 5 sista would have gotten the book thrown at her......................Now with former Fire Cheif Sheramn george announcing hsi retriment from teh department, it shoul dbe interesting if the African American organization Fire Institute of Racial Equality (FIRE) still wants Mayor Francis Slay recalled after his decision to demote former STL Fire Chief Sherman George to Deputy Chief last week. According to reports, the mayor is wiping th dust from his shoulders of the threat. He’s reported on KMOX-Radio on the recall, “I’ve got a job to do and I‘m gonna keep doin’ it. In order for the recall to go in effect, FIRE must get 43,000 signatures from registered voters. For more info on this recall , go to the organization’s website at .........................Big Brother is coming to the STL area. This month, police will begin installing a network of surveillance cameras downtown. The network is designed to provide a high-tech edge in the fight to bring down St. Louis' crime numbers, which topped an FBI index released last month. The eight wireless video cameras that will be mounted from elevated vantage points can pan 360 degrees. They can tilt just about any direction. They can zoom-in close enough to magnify a license plate from two city blocks away. And they can record outdoor footage 24 hours a day. Hmmm, can someone say beware North St. Louis?....................................The controversy on who owns the right to put on Martini Mondays continues. According to a source, the owner of the Jazz Loft allegedly sent a threatening email to the former creator, Alice Prince (who works with local hip-hop organization Black on Black/Quit Playing Group) , who warned patrons that their Martini Mondays was no more at the Jazz Loft. The threat is based on the club’s allegations that Prince was passing out fliers under BB/QP and in the club’s opinion “slandering “the Loft’s Martini Mondays. I have been hearing commercials on 100.3 The Beat with Kik the 1st Lady saying that Martini Mondays are still on and poppin at the Loft. Then my source was saying that Prince owns the name to Martini Mondays and is seeking another venue to have it. Then I got an email Tuesday from STLevents showing that Martini Mondays with the Loft was not packed and according to STLevents “anyone can embellish.” This is getting gangsta for real.

There’s been some movin and shakin on the airwaves at Clear Channel this week. This week, you all who have been listening to Majic 104.9 between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m were probably wondering why personality Garth Adams is on that shift and not BT. Well, according my source, B.T. has been F.I.R.E.D. As of last Friday. From my source, BT(PICTURED ON LEFT OF PIC) , who had been with Majic for about a year (who replaced the Real JR), was allegedly a part of a payola scheme with another Clear Channel employee who also was a popular club promoter. From the street, both guys were getting money under the table from newbie rappers who wanted their music played on the radio. Then as of this writing, I got an email from Majic 104.9 personality Tammie Holland of Tony Scott and the Breakfast Crew show and she wrote : Tony Scott & Tammie Holland are trading in their morning coffee for afternoon ice tea. Starting Monday, October 22nd Tony and Tammie will move to the afternoons on Majic 104.9 to make way for the infamous Steve Harvey Morning Show. From the email it looks like The Breakfast Crew is going to take the spot that B..t. once had. Hmm, interesting.............................

Is Cards manager Tony Larussa about to go to NYC? Rumor has it that because the Cards did not get in the pennant race this year and Larussa—who live sin Cali-- has yet to call in to the Cards office saying he would like to return to his gig of 12 years, that Larussa may not return.. Now that the New York Yankees are out of the baseball playoffs and its manager Joe Torre failed to get them in the running for the World Series, Torre’s job is finito. Rumor has it that Larussa is one of the names for the running for the NYC gig. After the firing of Cards GM, vet Walt Jocketty, it looks pretty eminent that Larusssa may stay in Cali for a minute to get more sun before his final decision.

I hear that a lot of the STL socialites turned out for SYGU Group member Eddie Hollman’s (PICTURED IN ORANGE)30th B-day party in Chi-town last weekend. On their website they said, “We wanted to send a personal thank you to ALL of the people who made the trip to Chicago!! There were people in from all over and you know the STL was in the house!!DJ Needles made the trip to be on the 1's & 2's and the Chicago DJ's put it down too! Thanks to Allusion Productions and Chicago for being such good hosts all weekend.If you didn't make it - you REALLY REALLY missed out. To see more pics go

Congrats to STL rapper Hakeem the Dream who will be performing as an opening act with Plies, Cassidy and Vic Damone concert at the Pageant , Thursday, Oct. 18. He his riding high on the local airwaves with his infectious single, “Thick wit it.”(produced by STL producer Ronnie Notch) To get a preview of his performing style check him out at of concerts, did anyone know that that legendary pop singer Dionne Warwick will be performing at the Sheldon this Thursday?

And lastly, congrats are also in store to business couple Danielle Fields and Kevin Mccoy who will be getting hitched this Saturday. They are having their reception at the Eleven Inc on North Boyle.

MIA (MISSING IN ACTION) FILE. What ever happened to local actress/singer Alicia Simpson?
MIA FOUND—I was flipping through a Vital Voice in the Entertainment section and saw a picture of the cast of New Line Theatre’s new play, “Sex, Drugs and Rick and Roll, and saw that it is performed by the theatre’s alums including local actress Kine Brown! I’m glad she is still doing acting and I hope to check it out one day and surprise her…….I also got an email from Communique Public relation’s Renee Thomas Woods who was telling that her old email account was going to be finito and she gave me her new one.
TMP(TOO MUCH PLAYIN)-FILEThis past Sunday, I was at a Phillips 66 Gas Station paying for my gas before I hot the J.O.B. and there’s this short, light-skinned ghetto sista, who was in her late 20s, who I saw there and for some reason I had a feelin she was goin to start a scene up in there. Why do you ask? Well she was in line on the celly talking loud about her business (her children, house problems, etc.). So, when I got a few items and got in line, she was getting down talking about her problem son the cell phone. IN my mind I was like, “Why does she have to be all loud on the cell phone talking about her business??” To me, people who do that, I think wants attention and if, it’s a sista, think its cute to be on the phone and talking loud about their business. Well, just as I was doing my own version of Ghetto Theories, this brotha who in line in front of her paying for his items turned around givin her a shut-up look. She kept on talking. After he paid, he got to the door and said, “Shhhhhhhh, no one wants to hear your problems, baby.” She stopped her conversation for two seconds and said, very ghetolly and loudly, “You ain't my man so you can’t tell me what to do.” He then said, “But no one wants to hear all that.” She then said to her girlfriend on the phone, “Girl, nothing, some man who probably didn’t get no pussy from his woman over the weekend.” Then she kept on talking and paid for her beer. The cashier, who was a skater boi type guy, actin’ as though nothing went down. But I’m sure she will have some more altercations with folks up in there. TOO MUCH PLAYIN.
EVENT-IDBITZ Top 10 Tuesdays, Tuesday, Oct. 10. Hosted by County Brown and TC, doors open at 9 p.m., Showtime at midnite, Club Viva, 408 N Euclid. For more info call 618.960.0247 or
On Thursday, October 11th, Sisters~Nineties LiteraryGroup promotes National Black Poetry Day. NationalBlack Poetry Day honors Jupiter Hammon, born October17, 1711. Hammon is the earliest poet of Afrikandescent to have work published in the United States. Join us at Schlafly Branch Library at 225 N. EuclidAvenue in St. Louis at 7 p.m. for poetic edutainment from Marie Chewe-Elliott, Antoinette Crayton, D.Morrowloving, Wilma Potts, Freida L. Wheaton andspecial guest David A. N. Jackson. Come out and take home poetic ideas to commemorate the work of Jupiter Hammon. Share the legendary past and present of Black poetry with your family, friends, and youth on October 17th every year.
Stress Free Fridays--- Friday, October 12, 2007 5pm, F15teen (, 1900 Locust Avenue (corner of 19th and Locust, St. Louis, Missouri 63103 For more info call 314-588-8899
The Sunday Night Shindig w Mocha Latte Sundays at 9 p..m. Lucky’s (Tucker and Washington). Ladies Free/Free Food. This Sunday at the Shindig, We're having a dance contest with free give aways. It's a promo for the movie "Feel the Beat" - We will have movie passes and more. Come out early!!GOT A BIRTHDAY OR ANNIVERSARY COMING UP? YOU CAN BOOK IT WITH THE SHINDIG! JUST EMAIL HER AFTER THIS SECTION!
Funny Saturdays Comedy with Darius Bradford at the Plaza on Broadway.
Club Denim and Mocha Latte Present the Official Black Men Magzaine Model Search, Friday, Oct. 12 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 6635 Delmar (Delmar Loop) . Registration and Interview is free. Judged by Black Men Editor in Chief Marcus Blassingame. Winner will receive a layout in the Black Men Magazine, all expense trip to L.a. or NYC for a photo shoot with $500 spending money, $500 Gift Certificate to Club Denim Clothing Store. To register for competition, call 314. 725. 7773. After Party at cCub Society hosted by video girl Shannon (from Usher and R Kelly's “Same Girl” video) . For more info and tickets call 314.725.7773
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St. Louis has been void of a spoken word/neo-soul night due to the three month hiatus of Got Lyrics hosted by Mocha Latte’. Starting October 24, 2007, Wednesday night is back on track. Got Lyrics will be reintroduced at the new location, Van Goghz Martini Bar and Bistro, 3200 Shenandoah Ave. , from 7pm to 12am each week. Admission for the event is free before 8pm. After 8:00 the cost is minimal; $3.00 for poets and $5.00 for audienceMembers of the press are welcome and encouraged to attend opening night.
Please contact Sharee Galvin at 314-646-9917 to be placed on the VIP list.
Pick up an Evening Whirl and check out Mocha Latte’s column COFFEE TALK!
For more info on these events, contact Miss Galvin at
LME presents Sexy, Saturday, October 13 at Club Xes at Drunken Fish, 612 N. 2nd Street, 9 p.m. For more info call 314.443.4084 or go to or
The Sheldon Arts Foundation has announced artists and dates for the 2007-2008 Cabaret in The Savoy Room series. This series will feature the following premier artists including: Steve Ross, Julie Budd, Andrea Marcovicci and KT Sullivan & Mark Nadler. All will perform in the Savoy Room at The Sheldon. Performance times are Thursday & Friday at 8p.m., Saturday at 5p.m. & 9p.m., and Sunday at 2p.m. St. Louis favorite To charge your subscription by phone please call Cabaret series concierge Mr. Terry Love or his assistant Mr. Luke Thomas at 314/535-1700. For more information, please visit
Cabaret in The Savoy Room is produced by The Sheldon Arts Foundation in association with Fox Associates.
WIDESPREAD PANICDate: Tuesday, October 16 at 7 p.m.Venue: The Fabulous Fox TheatrePrices: All reserved seats $32.50Tickets on sale at the Fox Box Office, select MetroTix outlets Or by calling 314-534-1111.Order tickets online at more information, Visit:
ANITA BAKERFriday, October 26 at 8 p.m.Venue: The Fabulous Fox TheatrePrices: $55, $50, $45 & $40Tickets on sale at the Fox Box Office,select MetroTix outlets Or by calling 314-534-1111.Order tickets online at
NEW: Seats in the front two rows of the orchestra pit will be made available for $20 for every performance of RENT, the Pulitzer Prize and Tony® Award-winning musical, at the Fox Theatre. The $20 tickets go on sale at the Fox Theatre box office, on the day of performance only, two hours prior to the show and are available to anyone, cash only, with a limit of two tickets per person, while tickets last. RENT returns to the Fox Theatre October 19-21. The $20 tickets are available at the Fox Theatre box office, 527 N. Grand Blvd., only. For general ticket information, please call MetroTix at 314/534-1111 or visit
Aure Foundation and Utopia Salon and Spa Feature Fall Starlight Party –A Fall Fashion Show to benefit the Aure Foundation Mandarin Lounge-Central West End 44 Maryland Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63108, Friday, October 12, 2007 Doors Open at 7:00 PMShow starts at 7:30 PM Enjoy a variety of appetizers, drink specials, and a Fall Fashion Show with designers KayOss Designs, Michael Tomlinson and Bella Veninga. Prices are $25 for general admission, $65 for VIP admission and Sponsors at $150. For more information, please call 314/534-9251 or send an e-mail to
After a recent two-week run at New York’s fabled Algonquin Hotel’s Oak Room, world-renowned singer/pianist Steve Ross, celebrated for his incomparable renditions of the songs of Cole Porter, Noel Coward and the Gershwins, now directs his interpretive skills to the diverse catalogue of Stephen Sondheim, with his show “GOOD THINGS GOING – Steve Ross Sings Sondheim.” Ross will appear live at Cabaret in The Savoy Room at The Sheldon for a limited five-show engagement October 25-28. Performance times are Thursday & Friday, 8 p.m.; Saturday, 5 & 9 p.m.; and Sunday, 2 p.m. Ticket prices are $60 & $45 and go on-sale this Saturday, October 6 at 10 a.m. at the Fox Box Office and MetroTix..............
Whats Ya Flava presents Halloween Costume Party (All Girl Party), Sat,Oct. 27 at 9 p.m. at filter Bar, 309-13 Belt, $8 before 10 p.m., $10 after 10 p.m. For more info call 314.703.7146 or go to or
SoulStyles presnts the Zodiac Connection, Saturday, Oct. 27 at Kitchen K, 1000 Washington Ave. Libras wear pink, Scorpios Wear Black. (LADIES ONLY)Free til 11:30 p.m. wearing color codes. For more info go to$5 before 11 p.m.
Born out of a conversation between local writer Pat Corrigan and Artistic Director Carol North about Metro’s interest in developing a literature-based theater piece that would capture the attention of middle and high school students with provocative themes and high theatricality comes a new approach to Moby Dick. The first of two public readings of the developing script is scheduled for 7:30 PM on Monday, October 29, 2007 at Third Baptist Church in Grand Center.
The second will occur in April 2008, with full production planned as part of Metro’s 2008-2009 season. Metro Theater Company celebrates 35 years of delivering innovative theater experiences to young people and their families in St. Louis, throughout the state, across the country and around the world. The Company has presented at major venues, including the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., in over 40 states and has performed in Canada, Italy, Japan and Taiwan. For more information please visit,
The Best of the RFT Poll Party, Thursday, Nov.1. at the Koken Art Factory, 2500 Ohio Ave. You must RSVP to to attend this event.
by: Paul ZindelThe three oddball Reardon sisters come together for one last anxiety-ridden family dinner, serving generous portions of pathos and humor. The evening turns fierce and funny, ending with a shattering twist. 9 Performances at The New:
Tower Grove Abbey Theatre2336 Tennessee Ave., Saint Louis, MO 63104.(Grand to Sydney St. - 3 Blocks East to Tennessee Ave. - Left on Tennessee)
November 1-17, 2007
Thursday - Saturday at 8pm. (Final Saturday, November 17 is at 2pm only.)
Adults $18.00 / Seniors & Students $15.00. (Cash/Check/Visa/Mastercard)
For Information and Ticket Reservations call (314) 865-1995. or Visit us at
AUDITION-BITZ Yani Company is seeking male and female models for its 2nd Annual St. Louis Runway Fashion Show in November/ The audition will be , Oct, 13 at IAM , 7700 Delmar Blvd, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. In order to participate Women must be 5’ 7’’-6 feet tall, 115-140 lbs., 32-36c bust, 24-28 Waist, 34-40 (MAX) hips and Age 16-35 FOR Males—5’10-6’3 height, 145 to 220 lbs in weight, 38-42 Chest, 32-38 Waist, 32-34 Inseam, 40R to 42 L Suit For more info,
The St. Louis Black Repertory Company will hold auditions for its 2007/2008 mainstage season on Wednesday, October 17, 2007 from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. by appointment only at the Black Rep’s offices, 1717 Olive Street, 4th Floor.Appointments will be taken beginning Friday, October 5, 2007. Contact Brittany at (314) 534–3807 to schedule. Actors should prepare a classical and a contemporary monologue, or two contemporary monologues. Please bring two (2) 8.5” X 11” updated professional black and white headshots with resumes attached securely on the back. Available Roles include: Othello, Radio Golf, Death and the King’s Horseman, Harlem Duet and Sarafina………………
The Show Me Show Down is St. Louis’s premier music and film industry networking event that showcases original works before a live studio audience. This is also where the industry’ beginners and pro’s come to meet agents, artists, producers, labels, lawyers, photographers, etc. Who is it for - Entertainment entrepreneurs, independent short filmmakers, independent record labels, spoken word artists, the music enthusiast They wiol be Filming Episodes 1-16 October 27th + 28th 2007 Venue Center of Creative Arts (COCA) 524 Trinity Ave St. Louis. MO 63130. For more info, call 314-754-5625

HELP-BITZ. Shante LIFE Davis is offering tutoring services for the youth for grades 1-12. If you are aware of anyone who is in need of some extra educational support, please feel free to contact her or give them her contact information. Shante "LIFE" Davis(314) 418-9803................STL rapper/producer J-Kwon -has a new label deal and we are looking for some interns to work on the new label HOOD HOP MUSICgraphic designers street team female street team club street team models internet teams (e-blasting,bloggers, writers)We are looking for the best. So instead of just grabbing the person that says they are the best, we are looking for people to SHOW us they are the best at what they do. The bread-winners will be put on payroll with a permanent job with the company. If you think you will be the next hottest publicist, model, A&R, sponsorship writer,....whatever it is that you do..then get at us! If you can do mixtape covers, ad covers, posters, willing to do street team work and be apart of this new label contact me directly at …………………………..Joel P. E. King, owner of JPEK Creative Works LLC and The Space, wants to make an offer to those of you who are in search for party and event space. SAVE BIG on all three room rentals before Jan. 1, 2008. Close to 2,000 square feet of available space for your next event, wedding party, baby shower, art exhibition and more. Here at The Space, you will acquire elegance, convenience and wonderful hospitality. The Space located at 320-24 N. Vandeventer (off Lindell Blvd. in SLU area) Contact: 314.494.5976 or 314.494.9095................ATTENTION RECORD LABELS Contact STL PROMOTIONS at Saint Louis has a new STREET TEAM. Saint Louis has a new STREET TEAM. STL Promotions Professional Staff , On time reporting with Pictures Electronic Marketing: E-Cards, E-Blast, Website Presence, Guerilla Marketing Techniques, Service Street, Radio, College, and Mixtape DJs, Special Events, Telephone Conferences, Retail, Market Visits, Professional Marketing Strategy for Saint Louis, Premium Product Placement, Exposure every day and every night at every event Our machine operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!!!! We will exceed your expectations!!!Contact us at or 314-750-6806.................A buddy of mine wanted to know where are soem hot spots for church people to attend. He has a lady friend who is moving to St. Louis, who is Christian and needed the 411 on the spots to go to. If you have the info, hit me up at
ONGOING BITZ. Urban Causal Fridays hosted by Bishop V-luv, Happy Hour at Spruills, 1101 N. Jefferson. Free from 6p.m.-9p.m. (2 for 1) Free food 9 p.m.-11p.m. Drink specials until midnite. Party 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. Ladies free til 11 p.m. for more info call 314.574.9601 or 314.625.4595 or go to
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL presented by H20 ENT & Bodacious ENT@ Spruill's 1101 N. Jefferson, St. Louis. $5 Entry Fee. Dominoes amnd Spades Tourneys, Cash Prizes, Football trivia, Dopopr Raffle 6-8 pm Happy Hour. Free Until Game Starts, Drink Specials Free FoodMellow Mondays at the Main Ingredient, 3960 Chouteau on Vandeventer. For more info, call 314.229.7952.
JB ENT and Creative Mortgage present Toastin Tuesday every Thursday at Dolce, 200. N. Broadway 10 p.m. to 3, Ladies free before 11 p.m., $10, dress code enforced. For more info go to
J’var, JE and Maxxed Out Entertainment Presents……The all new Lyric Lounge every Wednesday @ Laughs on the Landing, 801 N. 2nd Street Featuring Poets, R&B, Neo Soul, Jazz and Funk artist weekly……Singers and poetry slam enthusiast gather weekly to present a unique blend of spoken word poetry and music from local and not so local artist…….Doors open @ 8 show starts @ 9…..$100 weekly cash prize to the hottest lyricist….live band …..door prizes….giveaways…….all for only $5 at the door For more info, call 314. 241.5233 or go to
CERTIFIED WEDNESDAYS feat. DJ’s Charlie Chan and Stan da Man, Wednesday at R Bar 4054 Chouteau, just west of Vandeventer, ladies free before 11 p.m., Fellas 5 dollars. Dress relaxed For more info, go to its
Whos' Who Wednesdays at Posh, 408 . N. Euclid Happy Hour 6 p.m.-8p.m. free food and drink specials .
Please join us for "One Mic" at Filterbar. "One Mic" is an open mic poetry reading experience hosted by MK Stallings every Thursday night. One Mic features Live Funk - Jazz Performed by the Soul Thump Chronicles every Thursday Night from 7:00pm - midnight.Cover charge is $5 and the doors open at 5:00pm. Join us at Filterbar located at 309-13 Belt @ Pershing st. louis, mo 63112, you will not be disappointed! For more details or reservations call 314-361-5277or visit us online at
JE ENT and M.O.E. present tHERs days every Thursday at Laughs on the Landing, 801 N. And Street and Washington, ladies free til midnite…$5 after) Giveways, complimentary messages, drink specials. For more info, call 314.276.8676 or 314.766.0172
Its Your Birthday Fridays at the Dime Slot Hosted by Bishop V-Luv. Get in free every week in the month of your birthday more info.
UC ME Radio with Murphy lee, Kyjuan and comedian Darius Bradford, 6 p.m. Sundays on 100.3 The Beat.
Bosley and Associates Traffic Law Centers . Suspensions, Speeding. Revocations. DWI. Point Problems. Accidents. Frison ‘s Flea Market, 7025 St. Charles Rock Rd., Fri-Sunday 9 am-5 p.m. or Big Top Flea Market, 367 Chambers Road. For more info, call 314.621.1744
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Mingle and Mix Mondays , Mingle 4p.m. (Bring Ya Laptods and Biz Cards) Drink Specials, $1 off Appetizers and Mix with DJ Sir Thurl (8p.m. -1 a.m.) FREE before 9 p.m. $3-$5 Cover after 9 p.m. at the ST. Louis Happy Hour Bar and Grill inside PArker Plaza, 12948 Halls Ferry at Parker Rd.
Majic 104.9's BJ the DJ is personally inviting you to the Saturday to a straight up Old School limitation! The house party will be live at the new Broadway Nite Club on New Hallsferry and West Florissant!For more info contact Gina Foster at 314.712.1083 or go to
Check out blog local literary group Sister’s Nineties Afrocentric literary activities for the family and youngsters.
Check out Lachrisa Crenshaw’s spa products at,or call her at (314)401-0710
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KDHX Radio’s Chuck Lavazzi has a podcast calledSTAGE LEFT which he talks about CD reviews, news and the world of stage, screen, cabaret and related places.Go to it directly at
Check out STLdee-jay Enoch online with his own radio playlist.The Flow: Music Lounge. Peep it out at go to his myspace page www.myspace/enochisreal.
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Peep out Marquita Parker's hot new entertainment blog,
STL videographer Dana Christian has a hot website where people can send their professional music videos films to get exposed. Itis
Popular DJ Enoch has just posted a new episode on his podcast. the title is Knocturnal Sunshine Episode: Knocturnal Sunshine #214. You can hear it at
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