Entertainment

Keller Plaza 8 movie theater in south county closes

Photo courtesy of Google Maps. The Keller Plaza 8 Cine, the “dollar theater” that was a fixture of many south countians’ childhoods, closed suddenly Wednesday. The eight-screen theater was located next to the St. Louis County Government Center South and Sam’s Club at 4572 Lemay Ferry Road in Oakville, near South County Center. The theater

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Oakville woman wins lottery at On the Run

An Oakville resident turned $5 into $100,000 after purchasing a Missouri Lottery Scratchers ticket. Laura Daniels purchased her winning “Double Diamonds” ticket from On the Run in Green Park, 5840 S. Lindbergh Blvd., and claimed her prize on Nov. 13. Introduced in January, “Double Diamond” is a $5 Scratchers ticket that offers additional chances to

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Daughtry rattles the cage at River City

By Alan Sculley For the Call Daughtry will perform Wednesday, Dec. 5 at the River City Casino, 777 River City Casino Blvd. Tickets start at $59.50. For a brief time last year, it looked like the main way fans would see Chris Daughtry this year would be as a judge on the newly revived “American

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Crestwood honors its role in rock and roll

Crestwood is honoring its rock and roll past with a special proclamation declaring November “Classic Rock Month” in the city. A couple weeks ago, acting Mayor Tony Kennedy attended the St. Louis Rock Preservation Society’s Trivia Night, which is currently being held in Kirkwood. In 2019, the society plans to move its trivia night event

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Name change, upcoming concert for We Are One Community Choir

Logo courtesy of www.waocc.org. The We Are One Community Choir will be hosting a concert this weekend to celebrate its name change to Vita Cantus, meaning “Life Song.” The name change reflects the different relationship each choir member has with music. “Like songs, our lives are a blending of melody, harmony, and rhythm,” Director Bruce

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‘Paranormal’ is only life for Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper will perform Oct. 20 at KSHE 95’s “Paranormal Evening with Alice Cooper” at the Stifel Theatre (formerly Peabody Opera House), 1400 Market St. Tickets start at $29.75. Photo by Rob Fenn.  By Dave Gil de Rubio For the Call Alice Cooper is 70 years old. And while there are those who may cling

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Fair Saint Louis continues this weekend

The first visitors of the remodeled Gateway Arch Museum walk through the entrance. Photo by Tom Nagel, courtesy of the Gateway Arch Park Foundation. Fair Saint Louis continues today — Friday, July 6 — and Saturday, July 7, with festivities for “America’s Biggest Birthday Party” to celebrate the 4th of July. The event returns to its traditional home on

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