This Week's Issue



The Best Of St. Louis '07 is in the house, baby!

It's strictly business for Paul Friswold as he takes a look at Corleone: The Shakespearean Godfather, playing at the Regional Arts Commission.


Ella Taylor reviews The Bubble, a new film from Israeli director Eytan Fox.

Brooke Foster is hungry for more Over the Rhine indie-rock (and some pie).

In Homespun, Christian Schaeffer checks out The Incurables self-released album Songs for a Blackout.

Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold give us the scoop on the local theater scene.


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