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[26 Mar 2004|03:42pm]

lilybleu
[ mood | curious ]

Does anyone know of any e-mail newsletters available to subscribe to regarding upcoming St. Louis theatre performances (broadway and otherwise)? I would like to keep up with what is being performed and where, but haven't the time to look at all the theatre sites on a regular basis.

Thanks.

(cross-posted)

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[23 Mar 2004|10:29am]

lilybleu
[ mood | creative ]

Does anyone know of any poetry slams or def poetry jam-type events in the area? I would love to attend some of these events if they are out there. :)

(Cross-posted in the STL communities)

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[26 Feb 2004|04:39pm]

theantispace
Perhaps you all are members already, but if not, I highly suggest you join. Or at least visit, and see what you think.

www.promoonline.org

Thanks!
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smile pretty [09 Dec 2003|06:52pm]
badhaircut
[ mood | curious ]

Hey everyone, I'm Brittney. I'm 16, from St.Louis, Missouri (duh). And I work at a mall.... with my mom. ha. I like people, their fun. sometimes. I like having fun,music,piercings,shopping, yaddy yaddy. Add me if you want :D, I'll add ya back!

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oh wow. [09 Sep 2003|06:56pm]

deviationstatic
Hey Im a 19/f, from st.louis..
I'd like to meet some new people.
This is my second post. Hope it works.
I want more lj buddies and people I can
meet.

Wanna know more about me, visit my
user info
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I wonder if anyone visits this community anymore.. [06 Sep 2003|05:22pm]

deviationstatic
Hmm..
Im a 19/f looking for people who live in STL, to talk to and what not. Wanted to know if anyone is interested. Add me or comment or both. Any questions? Ask. Im pretty laid back and open. So yea. weeee..
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[04 Aug 2003|02:43pm]

aylapolgara
The United States Government is a proud body. They pride themselves on their delegation and enforcement of laws. They hold dear the articles that first gave the US its body of power. They keep ideals that seem to have survived decades. One of these ideals is the separation of church and state.

Americans ahve always looked to their governement and the legislative branch in particular to farily represent them. Many times the specifics of the separation fo church and atate have been battled over in court. The most commonly known issue was the separation of school and church - whether or not to allow prayer in school. To many Americans the results of this battle rang clear that there was a separation. Public schools were not allowed to hold pray during class, and students and parents who wished to be allowed to pray set up private schools to accomodate themselves.

But this separation of church and state has always been an ideal, not a reality. Americans are a diverse people but the majority of them still represent Judeo-Christian paths and we elect Christian persons to government positions. The reality of this ideal rang clear ot me when I read an article in Time recounting the Vatican's message to Catholic politicians.

The newest issue, or oldest, in government today is the issue over homosexual marriage. With Canada allowing such marriages and the dismissal of the laws in the US preventing homosexual relations between tow people, the next step for the US is to allow homosexual relationships. The Vatican however does nto wish to see that happen. They issued a statement which strongly encouraged all catholic politicans to fight this step. The Vatican does not wish to allow homosexual marriages.

This makes one wonder, is the reality we live in truly the only reality. I was taught by both the Catholic and Public education systems. In both I was taught that there is a separation of church and state, and that people were allowed to follow the religious and social paths they chose. But now the Vatican has taken a step to insert a single church's views into the government. This has happened before, I know, but never has it been so personal to me.

The Vatican should not be allowed to decide who one person can or cannot marry. The US Government should not even be allowed that. Marriage, as I was taught by both Catholic and Public systems, is a sacred event. It brings together two people whom love each other greatly. It is even a sacred path endorsed by the Roman Catholic Church. According to the Church, God brings two people together whose destinies are interwoven. God brings them together to live happily and to love without limitations.

However, now the Church wishes to take away God's command. The Church wishes to Choose who can and cannot marry. They want to override the will of God and put their own will into force.

Which reality will you choose to live in? One where church and state are separate? Or one where there is only an illusion of that separation?
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SUMMER SANITARIUM - trade tickets? [28 Jun 2003|11:42pm]

theantispace
Sorry for the.. erm.. randomness of this post. But I have two General Admission Floor tickets to the Summer Sanitarium show at the Edwards Jones Dome on July 25. I'm looking to trade them for two seat tickets. If you're interested, feel free to reply. Thanks!
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[15 May 2003|08:15am]

singingtoearth
The next Bent Boyz show(St. Louis' drag king troupe) is this Saturday at Attitudes(on Manchester a few blocks East of Kingshighway) at 10pm. I want to see some lovely queer people and other drag king lovers! There will be a raffle for those who come between 9:30 and 10:30! For more info see www.bentboyz.50megs.com

I am going to be doing "Why Can't I Be You?" by the Cure and two other numbers.
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[11 May 2003|03:03pm]

filthyandevil
[Sorry for cross posting.]
Everyone clear your schedules for Friday... ;]


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coming to st. louis [24 Jan 2003|09:10am]

safetypingirl
hey all. i live in chicago, actually, not st. louis, but i am coming to st. louis very soon, and i was wondering you all could help me out. i'll be there from february 3rd to february 8th, with a friend of mine. we'll be staying at the huckleberry finn youth hostel.

so here's what i want to know. what's going on when i'm there that i absolutely can't miss? what are the good coffee shops to hang out? where are the best places to go dumpster-diving? are there any places that serve vegan food? please let me know. any help is appreciated.

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[12 Jan 2003|04:01pm]

filthyandevil
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[10 Jan 2003|07:39pm]

singingtoearth
I just found this community. I thought some people might be interested in a drag king show. The Riverfront Times did a decent article last week. You can still look at it on their website at www.riverfronttimes.com (Go to last week's issue.)

We're performing tomorrow, Saturday, January 11th at Attitudes. Doors open at 10 pm. Attitudes is on Manchester, a few blocks east of Kingshighway. I'd love it if you came.

I guess I'll intro myself. I'm a drag king. I'm a tutor in Middle School. I like cheese. I just moved back to the Lou after graduating from Smith College in Mass.
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guess whos -not- sleeping [18 Dec 2002|12:45am]

detestimony
[ mood | sleepy ]

me!..because i never do..only when i should be sleeping im in kind of a dazed almost zombie like state so i often forget what i do when im awake when i should be sleeping..if that made any sense..so il probably forget that i joined this community by tomorrow..

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Bored like crazy, yo: [16 Dec 2002|06:42pm]

psychousagi
[ mood | cheerful ]

Okay, so two cows are standing in the English country side and one cow says the other: "'Oy, you 'eard of this Mad Cow disease?" and the other cow says: "What do I care? I'm a bloody 'elicopter."

Not that that has much to do with St. Louis, but um...

Okay, best St. Louis greek restaurant: Olympia's.
best cool little coffee house: South Grand Coffeehouse.
Best bookstore(s): Subterranean Books
Best Tattoo Parlor: both Goldenlands (up north) and Iron Age.
But these are just my opinions...

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[05 Dec 2002|11:12pm]

lilybleu
[ mood | curious ]

Anyone else having problems finding a job? The market sucks.

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[03 Dec 2002|12:48am]

lilybleu
[ mood | depressed ]

Cross-posted...

Any good fetish or alterna- shops in St. Louis?

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[01 Dec 2002|11:46pm]

filthyandevil
Go to this show... it'll be fun. Go!!!!! (Sorry for cross posting.)

December 13, 2002
Richmond Heights VFW
1717 S. Big Bend, 63117
Doors at 6ish, Show starts at 6:30
$7

2facedbeatmachines
another LIABILITY
Narcoleptic Barking Squirrels
commichung
Krafted in Korea
The HellRazors
NINETEEN
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[23 Nov 2002|01:26am]

lilybleu
[ mood | curious ]

Does anyone know of some good coffee shops or coffee houses in South City?

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[29 Sep 2002|06:02pm]

mildred_pierce
A CALL TO ARMS:

okay lj users, i'm "collecting" dolls for one of my classes, and since i'm strapped for cash, i'm asking you, the internet community, to help me out. if you have any old dolls, porcelian or plastic, that are in ANY condition, I NEED THEM. i will either trade you for a mixtape/zine (i'm making more copies of my old ones, nothing new) or pay you the postage. or buy you a gift certificate to subway or something. these dolls can be your own from childhood, your sisters, or just some you found at the thrift store.

if you can't help me out that way, there's other things you can do. i'm also putting together a zine about dolls, and if you want to write a piece for it, or draw a cartoon, or something, that'd be awesome. it could bea bout how much you hated/hate dolls, a favourite doll, how fucking creepy they are, ANYTHING.

if you want to participate, just email me. i think my address is on the userinfo screen. and if it's not, then reply and i'll tell you how to contact me.

THANKS ONE AND ALL!
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