Spend an elegant dinner together filled with romance, be part of a mystery dinner theater, renew your vows with Elvis or add a sweet taste of chocolate at these top restaurants in St. Louis.
Joe Edwards owns Blueberry Hill, and says the new development is the best thing to happen to the neighborhood in years.
Celebrate National Hot Toddy Day on January 11 at these top spots in St. Louis.
At the crossroads of the country, the Lou has been a hotbed of ragtime, blues, rock and roll, alternative, punk and rap over the years. Here are some of the venues where St. Louisans catch the rising stars.
Blueberry Hill will soon celebrate their 40-year anniversary. Opened by Joe Edwards back in 1972, he joined the show.
A fabled music venue is about to celebrate.
Charlie broadcasts a two-hour special, LIVE from Chuck Berry Plaza in University City’s Delmar Loop, on Chuck Berry Statue Dedication day. Guests honoring the father of rock ‘n roll, Chuck Berry, include Billy Peek, Ron Isley, Bob Kuban, MIchael McDonald, Boz Scaggs, Joe Perry, Ray Stevens, Little Richard, Dennis Edwards, Merle Haggard, Jimmy Webb, Ruperrt Holmes, Elvis Costello, Bowser from Sha Na Na, and Simple Plan.