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Well the big newz story of the week was St. Louis feeling the aftermath of Hurricane Ike last Sunday. St. Louis
Communities across the Midwest were reeling Monday after heavy weekend storms across the region left at least 17 people dead, more than two million homes and businesses without power, and scores of roadways flooded seeing about 3 to 6 inches of rain overall
The storm, which combined remnants of Hurricane Ike with a slow-moving front in a wave of low pressure, produced wind gusts of up to 81 miles per hour, spurred five tornadoes in Michigan and dumped 4 to 10 inches of water on parts of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan.
Accumulated rainfall forced at least 200 Illinois residents into temporary shelters, and on Monday Gov.
With flood crests expected to be below earlier projections, several Missouri communities were breathing easier. Still, problems persisted on Wednesday. The National Weather Service lowered predicted crests at St. Louis and other communities by 2 to 6 feet. Significant flooding was happening nevertheless along parts of the Missouri, Mississippi and other rivers.
Hurricane Ike battered Houston and the Gulf, shutting down oil refineries and causing average gasoline prices in St. Louis to spike to $3.80 Monday morning, according to AAA Missouri.
Even some Quick Trip gas stations in the St. Louis area ran out of several grades of fuel. St. Louis’ all-time average gasoline price high-water mark was July 14 with $3.983.
In East St. Louis, where gas is more expensive, the average price for a gallon of regular Monday was $4.084, compared to an all-time high of $4.203, according to AAA.
Other effects of Ike were sewage problems in East St. Louis, boat rescues in Hazelwood, Ladue, University City (causing 3 flood-related deaths) Twelve children and four adults had to be rescued from a Girl Scout camp in Hamel, according to a release from Edwardsville city administrator Ben Dickmann. Edwardsville firefighters assisted Hamel with the rescue. No one was hurt. Others effects included sandbagging efforts in Arnold, Mo,. 18 Quick Trips lacking gas (they had only Premium on Tuesday)
Meanwhile, during the Hurricane Ike storm, many Lambert workers were sent to Texas to help evacuate residents in Houston and Galveston.
One of the ST. Louis deaths from the storms made newz. The woman who waded into waist-high water to move a car Sunday near her home in University City has been confirmed drowned, bringing to three the local death toll from the storms.The St. Louis city medical examiner's office said today that the body of Louise Bryant, 64, was pulled on Sunday from the River Des Peres where it meets up with the Mississippi River.Bryant lived in the 1000 block of Wilson Avenue in University City. She and her male companion, Willie Johnson, 81, had gone outside to move their cars during a torrential rainstorm Sunday morning. Johnson's body was found in the backyard a few hours later. Fire crews spent Sunday looking for Bryant until nightfall.
OUTTOWN gives its prayers to the family.
Speaking of Lambert, St. Louis — A federal judge ruled Monday that Bridgeton residents were right in challenging the way asbestos was removed from homes demolished to make way for a runway expansion at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.U.S. District Judge Carol Jackson said that officials of the airport and the city of St. Louis, which owns it, violated federal regulations even though they were told by St. Louis County and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that their methods were approved.The order does not address damages.Bruce Morrison, an attorney with Great Rivers Environmental Law Center, said neighbors of the area continue to worry about health effects and plan to seek civil penalties and the cleanup of any contaminated soil. Contractors had used the "wet method" to demolish commercial and residential buildings that contained asbestos — essentially spraying them with water to keep potentially carcinogenic asbestos fibers from becoming airborne.The method was approved by the St. Louis County Health Department and was reported to be five times faster and four times cheaper than removing asbestos by hand. It also was against federal regulations.
Someone bout to get F.I.R.E.D.
"It is the job of the head coach, Scott Linehan, to figure out how to motivate and give some urgency to this team," Rosenbloom told the Post-Dispatch on Monday. "I believe in these players and I believe in this coach. "Obviously, the game of football is about winning," Rosenbloom said. "The level of play is not acceptable to me or anybody in the organization. "Things will get better, and if they don't, changes will be made."
On the dissention, Linehan was quoted as saying, “I've been concerned about my job security since I started coaching," Linehan said. "I'm scared to death to lose. Losing is a bad thing as a coach. If you lose, you're worried about everything. For the most part of my career in coaching, that has been a positive thing. At this point, we're not winning enough games. When you don't win games, people are going to want the head coach's head. That's the way it works. I have accepted that as part of the job, but not as part of where we are going."
Two games into the regular season and Linehan already was being asked whether he was worried about getting fired.
Asked whether he was confident he was the right man to get the Rams turned around, Linehan said, "I am confident, yes I am."
The Rams are 10-point underdogs heading into their game against the Seattle Seahawks (0-2) at 3:05 p.m. Sunday at Qwest Field.
In related news, while last Sunday's home opener was be the first since the late Georgia Frontiere bought the St. Louis Rams that she herself won't be here to celebrate, she was there in spirit. The Rams celebrated their late owner at their home opener at Edward Jones Dome when Convention Plaza and Sixth Street were renamed "Georgia's Way." Frontiere's children and Rams co-owners, Chip Rosenbloom and Lucia Rodriguez, unveiled the permanent street sign outside the Plaza Central entrance to the Edward Jones Dome. After the game, the Rams held a private "Celebration of Life" event, which D'Marco Farr emceed.
Cardinals Hall-Of-Famer Bob Gibson was feted last Friday night on the 40th anniversary of his legendary 1968 season. That was when he posted a 1.12 ERA en route to leading the Cardinals to the World Series. The private reception at Mike Shannon's steakhouse featured Gibson's menu favorites — Jack Daniel's tenderloin and "The '68 Seafood Tower" served alongside a limited-edition batch of Trinchero wine. Shannon, Bob's teammate in 1968, hosted the party that attracted such other fellow Redbird well-wishers as Ozzie Smith, Whitey Herzog, Jack Clark and Tom Pagnozzi. Now if some of that Gibson fete could rub off on the 2008 Cardinals in this wild card race, we will be OK.
The Hampton Avenue overpass over Interstate 64 will close completely on Monday, Sept. 22. It is set to reopen on May 22, 2009.
Belleville Police continue their investigation of an attempted robbery of the Carlyle Avenue Goodwill store Tuesday night. Police have interviewed the store employee and determined the two masked subjects did not display any weapons and made no threats to the employee, according to Belleville Police Capt. Don Sax. The report initially indicated the two robbers were armed with a gun. The men approached the store employee, and, according to the police interviews, requested the employee come over to them. Instead, the employee ran to the front of the store and informed other employees and customers of the masked men. Customers and employees exited the store without further contact with the suspects. The two suspects were able to leave through the rear of the store. The Belleville Police Tactical Response Team responded to the scene and searched the building, but the suspects were believed to have left the building before police arrived. It was unclear whether anything was taken. Detectives continue to review video surveillance from the store. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 234-1212. Our question is, isn’t things in the Goodwill pretty cheap in the first place? Why would they wanna rob them?
An SIUE graduate student was found dead in a vehicle Saturday morning, according to the St. Louis County Police Department, and it has been ruled a homicide. According to Officer Rick Eckhard of the St. Louis County Police Department, the body of Soumya Tummala, an electrical engineering graduate student, was reported to police at 8:30 a.
Highland Illinois teachers avoid a strike by ratifying a three year agreement last night with school administrators. Union president ShiAnne Shively says the teachers felt so strongly against a strike that they accepted only a modest increase in pay and agreed to the School District's insurance proposal with only a few modifications. The vote was 115-to-31. It's a three year agreement that gives teachers a two-percent raise, plus steps, the first two years and just over a two-percent raise, plus steps, in the third year.
What’s the latest on death row’s Nicholas Schely and the mother of the baby that was found in the dumpster in the CWE earlier this year??
This week, St. Louis rap superstar Nelly released his 5th studio CD, “Brass Knuckles”.” For promotion of the CD , several cities listed listening parties for the CD on Tuesday. In St. Louis, it was held at Nelly’s spot, “ Skybox through 100.3 The Beat’s Sister Girl Tuesday day on Hypeman D Stone’s the radio show. Unfortunately the rapper was not there to attend for he was doing promotional tours for the CD including a guest spots on Jay Leno, Ellen and Jimmy Kimmel ( To peep out the Jay Leno performance go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mujB6No0d3A)
As far as touring, Nelly got an early start when he opened for Janet;s Rock wit u Tour last Saturday when he opened for the singer in Oakland. Nelly will also perform at several rare club events when he tours this fall in support of the much-delayed "Brass Knuckles." The rapper has announced shows in 13 cities so far, starting with a September 12 gig in Reno, NV, and wrapping on October 8 in St. Paul, MN.
The dates are as follows:
– Sept. 22, Dallas
– Sept. 23, Houston
– Sept. 25, Ft. Lauderdale
– Sept. 27, Myrtle Beach
– Sept. 29, Richmond
– Sept. 30, Baltimore
– Oct. 1, New York City
– Oct. 3, Washington, D.C.
– Oct. 4, Atlantic City
– Oct. 7, Chicago
– Oct. 8, Minneapolis
Oddly missing is a St. Louis date, but, who knows.
So do yawl think his CD will have a big first week opening? According to Nelly, it was his record company, universal that caused the delay of his CD cause of the lack of payment for his product. We will be watching the e-pages Billboard between no wand next Thursday to see how well it debuts on the 200 Albums Chart.
Two STL stars are doing their thing on TV commercials. On a national tip, actor/comedian JT Jackson (LEFT PIC) can be seen in the new Wal-mart Commercial where he plays a son being passed the BBQ torch to light the grill with his father. He can also be seen in the indy flick, “Bookie.” The other is model/actor Carlos McClaurin (RIGHT)who can be seen in the commercial for the eyeglass store Eyewearhaus. You can peep it during the morning and late night hours. He can also be seen in two other forms of media: an Anheuser Busch print ad that can be found in the ST. Louis American (where his full face is shown in a close up) and on a billboard for the seminar Power of Change located on the East Side going towards Fairview heights on I-64.
Three mover and shaker sistas did their thing on the radio last Sunday promoting their respective power duties doin the ST. communities. First up was Explore St. Louis’ Rebecca Rodgers (RIGHT PIC) who was on Sunday Morning Live talking about her duties as public relations rep for Explore ST. Louis and the CVC with the upcoming conventions and things to do in the STL. Next up on the same show was DIVA Planning’s Gina James and Michelle Brown (FAR RIGHT) who talked about their program Believing in Excellence in Education (BEE) a life-skills program for ages 7 though high school designed to empower young people to BEE the best they can be (To get more info on this program go to HELP BITZ BELOW)
The 1st Friday guys, Fred Finley and Harry Michel are about to open up another club in the STL and near their former club. On Sept 27, during the Gateway Classic weekend, the guys will have a grand opening of its new spot, Exo Restaurant & Lounge, located on 3146 Locust, just a street over from Olive where they had there last club Seven (where Dante’s now site) a few years ago. We hear that its upscale up in the spot and the dress will dictate as such. With this new opening, along with the guys still doing Champagne Sundays at Sol Lounge and their juggernaut 1st Fridays, Finley and Michel are regaining grounds on their lock on the STL party scene.
And lastly, OUTTOWN was deeply moved when Tony Scott of the Tony Scott Show on Majic 104.9 gave an very heartfelt talk during his show Tuesday about the ordeal his family went though during Hurricane Ike in Texas. Almost choking back tears on air, Scott said that all he could do is pray especially with his parents who are in their 80s and his daughters and grandson who live in Galveston, one of the hard hit cities. He also said that former Majic colleagues Eric Mychaels and Mark Clark called and gave him their support whether it was economically or brotherly. After he found out his folks were OK, he said he was going to send for his parents to stay with him until things return to normal in their hometown. He said they will join him later this week.
IN THE MIA FILE. Where is Freeman Bosley Junior Show personality Darion Phelps?
BLIND BITZ. Which local singer moonlights as a security guard at a nightspot? (The singer goes by one name, has their own night at popular nightspot and works their paycheck job at a nightspot that recently changed its name after new ownership).
Phone: 1-314-588-7866 **SPECIAL NOTE: The cover charge begins at 8pm...EARLY ARRIVAL IS A MUST...DRESS CODE STRICTLY ENFORCED...PARKING IS AVAILABLE ON THE MISSOURI ATHLETIC CLUB PARKING LOT, A MINIMAL CHARGE APPLIES OR YOU MAY PARK ON THE STREETS SURROUNDING THE JAZZ SPOT...**Stress Free Fridays will be joined by two very special groups...Ian Buchanan, Sharonica Hardin and Educator's from all over St. Louis will be joining us...Also, the S.I.N.G.L.E.S. Ladies Group will be joining us as well...Fellas, you need to come out and meet some quality, professional ladies...let's show the ladies that we are really GENTLEMEN! Enjoy thirst-quenching 2 for 1 drinks, 1/2 priced appetizers and a truly vibrant and relaxing atmosphere...the Resident DJ's will be performing all of your favorite music for your listening and dancing pleasure...There will be LIVE ENTERTAINMENT...Ample parking is available at the Missouri Athletic Club (a nominal fee will apply) or you may park on the streets surrounding the venue...Do not hear about the great fun that you missed when you can be a part of the festivities...stop by and start your well deserved weekend in style...leave your stresses at the doorstep and be prepared to network as you never know who will be in attendance...bring your business cards and a friend...if you are celebrating a special event, email Mario at email@example.com
Look for deadpan comedic legend Bob Newhart to be on the Sheldon Concert Hall stage Sept. 19 to benefit the National Children's Cancer Society. Tenor Michael Amante will open Newhart's show, which is titled "Up Close and Personal." The Dana Brown Charitable Trust will receive the group's Corporate Philanthropy Award at the event. For info: http://www.nationalchildrenscancersociety.org/
+++Glavon presents solo art exhibit septembERoTiCA on Saturday, September 20, 2008, so SAVE THE DATE!!! the collection of work is entitled "acSEXories" and i'm sure you'll have a good time as you experience this sensual seduction through fine art, spoken word and music!!! THE SPACE320-22 N. Vandeventer (Lindell & Vandeventer; caddy corner from Rally's :)St. Louis, MO 63108 6-8PM; Opening ReceptionLive music and spoken word immediately following$10 admission firstname.lastname@example.org, myspace.com/KDPimpn or http://glavon.com/wGo.cfm for more info.
Ladies Night OUT Thursdays at Dante's hosted by Mocha Latte . Ladies Free Admission and Drinks til Midnite………….. Pick up an Evening Whirl on Mondays and check out Mocha Latte’s column COFFEE TALK!
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The Robert Plant & Alison Krauss concert at the Fox Theatre on June 19th has been RESCHEDULED to September 24th. Update: Due to a change in schedules, the previously announced planned additional September 25th performance will not be added and the filming of the performances will now not take place. Tickets for the June 19th performance will be honored at the September 24th show. If you have purchased tickets to the June 19th performance and are unable to attend on September 24th, please contact MetroTix at 314/534-1111.
R&B singer Maxwell’s 8 p.m. Oct. 15 concert at the Fox Theatre, The long missing-in-action singer’s tour is meant to tide fans over while they continue waiting for his upcoming “Black Summers’ Nights” trilogy. Jasmine Sullivan of “Need U Bad” fame will open the show. Tickets are $39.50-$69.50, available at MetroTix outlets, http://www.metrotix.com/, 314-534-1111, and at the box office
NEW: THE CHRISTMAS MUSIC OF
BY CHIP DAVIS
Friday, December 5 • 8 pm
Saturday, December 6 • 2 pm & 8 pm
Fabulous Fox Theatre
$52.50, $47.50, $42.50, $37.50
A limited number of Gold Circle seats are also available.
THE U.S. Bank Broadway Series Shows and Specials: Oprah Winfrey presents THE COLOR PURPLE, October 21-November 2, 2008; Curtain times for the U.S. Bank Broadway Series presentation are Tuesdays through Fridays at 8 p.m.; Saturdays at 2 & 8 p.m.; Sunday, October 26 at 2 & 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, November 2 at 2 p.m. There is also a weekday matinee on Thursday, October 30 at 1 p.m.
Nominated for eleven Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, THE COLOR PURPLE opened on December 1, 2006 at the Broadway Theatre where it ran for over two record-breaking years. It is based on the classic Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker and the moving film by Steven Spielberg. It is the unforgettable and inspiring story of a woman named Celie, who finds the strength to triumph over adversity, and discover her unique voice in the world. With a joyous GRAMMY®-nominated score featuring gospel, jazz, pop and the blues, THE COLOR PURPLE is about hope and the healing power of love. Michael Kuchwara, the Associated Press described THE COLOR PURPLE as “a roof-raising story of triumph.” And Richard Corliss of TIME Magazine said, “[it is] a soaring, epic tale. It made a joyful noise in my heart.” Elysa Gardner from USA Today raved, “Pure heart! It celebrates the inspiring relationships of faith and love, a Broadway hit!”
As on Broadway, the first North American Tour of THE COLOR PURPLE is directed by Gary Griffin. THE COLOR PURPLE features a libretto by Pulitzer Prize-winner Marsha Norman, music and lyrics by Grammy Award®-winning composers/lyricists Brenda Russell, Allee Willis and Stephen Bray, and choreography by Donald Byrd. The original creative team of Tony Award®-winner John Lee Beatty (sets), Paul Tazewell (costumes), Tony Award®-winner Brian MacDevitt (lighting), Jon Weston (sound), Jonathan Tunick (orchestrations) and Kevin Stites (Music Supervisor) was reunited for the tour. The first North American Tour is produced by Oprah Winfrey, Scott Sanders, Roy Furman, Quincy Jones, Creative Battery, Anna Fantaci & Cheryl Lachowicz, Independent Presenters Network, Lowy Family Group, Stephanie McClelland, Gary Winnick, Jan Kallish, Nederlander Presentations, Inc., Bob and Harvey Weinstein, Andrew Asnes & Adam Zotovich and Todd Johnson. The original cast recording is available on EMI/Angel Records, and THE COLOR PURPLE: A Memory Book of the Broadway Musical (Avalon/Carroll & Graf) is available in bookstores now. Ariel Investments is a proud sponsor of THE COLOR PURPLE.
Single tickets for THE COLOR PURPLE at the Fox Theatre box office, online through http://www.metrotix.com/, MetroTix charge by phone at 314/534-1111 and all MetroTix outlets. Orders for groups of 20 or more may be placed by calling 314/535-2900. Ticket prices range from $27-$68 depending on performance date and seat location. For more information, visit http://www.fabulousfox.com/. THE COLOR PURPLE is a U.S. Bank Broadway Series presentation and sponsored by American Airlines.
Upcoming: SWEENEY TODD, November 14-16, 2008CATS, November 28-30, 2008 LEGALLY BLONDE the Musical, January 20-February 1, 2009 ! ; The Rep presents SPRING AWAKENING, February 10-22, 2009; CIRQUE DREAMS JUNGLE FANTASY, March 17-29, 2009; Dance St. Louis presents STOMP, April 3-5, 2009HAIRSPRAY, April 24-26, 2009Dance St. Louis presents RIVERDANCE, May 1-3, 2009; A CHORUS LINE, May 12-24, 2009RENT, June 2-7, 2009MARY POPPINS, AUGUST 13-30, 2009; THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, September 23-October 17, 2009
SYGU and Soul Stylz present FOR HER Nuvo Official City Wide Launch Party. Music provided by St.Louis own DJ Reminise, as for our V.I.P guest you will enjoy an ambiance of your own in our Nuvo V.I.P Lounge. "FOR HER" will be an unforgettable atmosphere of comfort, style, and elegance as well as a perfection of service. "Nuvo" celebrates nightlife in its modern simplicity, making it the perfect escape For Her Friday September 26th · 10pm - 3:00am at NECTAR LOUNGE 2001 Locust.. St.Louis MO · 63103 *RSVP For Free Admission until 11PM by clicking above or at http://www.sygugroup.com/
Ameren UE Gateway Football Classic Weekend Sept 25-27. Go to http://www.gatewayclassic.org/ or 314.621.1994 for more info
Top Choice Productions presents Rickey Smiley and Friends Gateway Comedy explosion Gateway Classic Weekend, hosted by Anthony Anderson Sept 27 at the Chaifetz Arena, 1 South Compton, St. Louis, doors at 7 p.m., Show at 8 p.m., $67.50 to $37.50 Info: 314.546.8081 or 314.601.2913
Fall Asian Couture and Cultural Event, Saturday, September 27, 2008 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM, Show begins at 8:00 PM Hosted by Mandarin Lounge 44 Maryland Plaza. You are invited to join us for a unique evening of fashion featuring Asian designers from the U.S. This program will include talented Asian-American fashion designers whose designs will include evening and formal dresses, urban wear, and traditional barongs. A silent auction will also be included with proceeds benefiting the Aure Foundation and partnership program with Gawad Kalinga, http://www.gawadkalinga.org/. Appetizers will be offered and a cash bar. General admission $15 at the door, $10 in advance; VIPs $50. For more information or to RSVP, please call 314.726.3117
Keith Sweat. Bell Biv Devoe. Sisqo with Dru Hill , Fri. Oct. 3 at the Scott Trade Center. For tix and mor einfo : 314.241.1888
.“A Little Bit of Jazz with your Breakfast" & a Speechless Auction. The purpose of this fundraiser is to honor, recognize and raise funds to lighten the burden of low income women who are newly diagnosed with breast cancer or cervical cancer. Sat., October 11, 2008, 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM, Holiday Inn—Airport, 4505 Woodson Road St. Louis, MO 63134 $20 per ticket. For more information please contact a member of Geri’s Heart or Roxanna Parker at 314.646.0819
SpokenVizions PresentsŠThe 1st Annual POETS AGAINST LUPUS Benefit Concert. Join SpokenVizions Entertainment Group, LLC on Saturday, October 18th, 2008 as we bring awareness and culture to you with a night of poetry, music, and Lupus information. Featuring some of the hottest poets in St. Louis. Floyd Boykin Jr. Ms. NterpretationChill Da Player El ThoughtQueeniBee Derek BrownBrother Ting SymmetryXplicit What do you know about Lupus? ³Lupus is a chronic, autoimmune disease which causes inflammation of various parts of the body, especially the skin, joints, blood and kidneys.² - Lupus FoundationLocation: Legacy Books & Café, 5249 Delmar Blvd (check address)Doors open at 6:30 PM. Show time is 7pm (PROMPTLY).Tickets available starting on September 7th, 2008at http://www.spokenvizions.com/.Tickets are $10 at the door. $5 of each ticket sold will be donation to the Missouri Chapter of the Lupus Fundation Of America. For more information, please e-mail us at email@example.com or call us at 314-517-8764. Also, we are running an internet campaign to raise money. Visit www.firstgiving.com/spokenvizions and make your donation today. Sponsored by Legacy Books & Café, First Civilization, Hot Box Virtual Club STL, and The Midi Room.
CABARET ST. LOUIS
Cabaret St. Louis is coming in October. The inaugural Cabaret St. Louis fall lineup will include Fran Landesman, Steve Ross, Sylvia McNair, Lee Lessack and Tony Sandler. Performances will be held at The Sheldon, Kranzberg Arts Center, The Gaslight Theatre plus additional venues. All shows begin at 8 p.m. Tickets on sale at all MetroTix locations.
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+++STLGRIND, Brainstorm and the Parker brothers present UPSCALE every Sunday at F15teen at 1900 Locust Street. Doors 7 p.m., Network 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Evolve from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.Admission $5 after 9 p.m. Ladies Two for one until 11 p.m. Info: 314.588.8899
NEW: Soup Kitchen presents a Taste of Healing every 1st Sunday of the month feat. DJ G and Needles at JMRJ Soul Food Restaurant, 2800 Olive Blvd below the Heritage House 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. $10 Web-site: http://www.myspace.com/alsmile PLEASE FORWARD TO FRIENDS!!
The Soulition and Absolut present Chocolate Sunday with Dj Needles, 9 p.m. at 609/The U Lounge, 609 Eastgate. Ladies Free til 11 p.m., Ladies $3, fellas $5.
Fred and Harry Inc. presents Champagne Sundays at Sol Lounge, 4241 Lindell, 3:30 p.m. Cocktails $5, Cover $3. For more info go to http://www.1stfriday-stl.com/ Suite Soul Spot every 1st Tuesday of the Month at Old Rockhouse, 1200 S 7th St., Info: 314.588.0505. NEW. The Head Nodders Ball w DJ Needles Mondays at the Delmar Lounge, 6235 Delmar 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. $3 Cover..........................
Mondays are Comedy Nites at Janae’s West 7555 Olive Blvd, hosted by Darius Bradford. 8:30 p.m. $10 Cover. (314)863-7420...............................
NEW: EVERY Tuesday to follow, join 609, Bacardi USA and Precision for the Ultimate Tuesday Happy Hour from 5-8pm weekly. ALL-YOU-CAN-DRINK Bacardi and ABSOLUT for $22 (tax included). Wristbands and cup provided!". Francois Cognac and Cigar Bar presents Evening of Expressions, every Tuesday a blend of culture, spoken word and neo soul, 326 N/ Vanderventer. Free until 9 p.m. $5 after 9 p.m. For more info call Ms. Bell at 314.229.7952 or Alexander at 314.448.2939..............................
+++Two Dollar Tease Me Tuesdays Comedy Show at the Twilight Room 8344 North Broadway, St. Louis MO. Call 314.385.4545 for more info. Suite Soul Spot, 1st Tuesday of each Month at the Old Rock House, 1200 S 7th Blvd. 9 p.m. 314-588-0505.2 Dollar Tuesdays at The Spot, 8370 N Broadway. $2 to get in and $2 drink specials all nite long. Doors at 9 p.m. for more info call 314.385.4545..................
NEW: After Hours presents The Return of Nightlife Networking. No Cover. Live Entertainment every other Thursday starting Sept 25 at Posh, 408 N Euclid.
Urban Causal Fridays hosted by Bishop V-Luv, HappyHour at Spruills, 1101 N. Jefferson. Free from6p.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 or314.625.4595 or go to www.myspace.com/URBANCASUALFRIDAYS
All Star Inc presents Grown Folks Friday at St. Louis happy Hour bar and Grill, 12948 Halls ferry at Parker Rd., with DJ Sir Thirl. Ladies Free til 11 p.m. FREE Parking. Status Fridays every Friday at Dolce Ladies $5 before 11 p.m. 9 p.m.-3 am
Majic 104.9's BJ the DJ is personally inviting you to the Saturday to a straight up Old School Party...no limitation...no limitation! The house party will belive at the new Broadway Nite Club on New Halls Ferry and West Florissant! AND at the new Knockouts! For more info contact Gina Foster at 314.712.1083 or go to http://www.divaeventplanning.com/
Jessica Dana at http://www.jessicadana.com/ or go to www.myspace.com/jessicadada13