Over the weekend, wolves were at Wash U and comic art received the gallery treatment.Wolf Parade at the Gargoyle
According to writer Keegan Hamilton, Wolf Parade eschews indie rock pretension in favor of songs that rock harder live than on record. Read his write-up of the show and check out photos by Clay Awsumb in A to Z."800-Pound Gorilla" at Mad Art Gallery
Three St. Louis artists, Ron Buechele, Jim Mahfood and Peat Wollaeger, showed off their latest works Friday at Mad Art Gallery in St. Louis. Writer Brian Stitt brings you the recap and more photos.
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