Monthly Archives: July 2013

Radio Bobby: Top 5 New Music Releases (7/29)

Welcome to July’s final Radio Bobby.  This week’s new music releases are a little “Thicke,” if you know what I mean.  Without any further ado, here are my Top 5 new music releases: 1.  “Put Your Lovin On Me” by Robin Thicke (pop) – After listening to Thicke’s album Blurred Lines, it became clear to me that […]

Sochi 2014, anti-gay legislation, and NBC

A dark shadow has been cast over the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Making reference to Russia’s anti-gay legislation, an e-mail I received this morning questioned NBC’s coverage of the Sochi Games.  Designed to “protect children” from information that rejects “traditional family values,” the “Family Values Bill” bans propaganda of “nontraditional sexual relations.” Russia’s […]


It appears Lady GaGa has reclaimed her shock factor, this time with a “nude” image uploaded to Instagram.  The photo appears to be a promotional piece used to advertise her upcoming album ARTPOP and is rumored to be the cover photo for V Magazine (though it’s speculated the magazine cover could just be a fan mock-up). Either way, it’s […]

Bri Bella’s “slip” controversy

On Monday’s episode of RAW (7/22), during the “MizTV” segment featuring the cast of Total Divas, Bri Bella had an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction.  Twitter lit up and photos surfaced instantly. reported that WWE officials were furious over the incident and forced Bri to issue an apology. After RAW, Bri released the following statement: Forced or unforced, the […]

Radio Bobby: Top 5 New Music Releases (7/22)

Last week iTunes had a bunch of really great releases, this week – the pickin’s were a little more slim (even with the underwhelming Selena Gomez album).  Nevertheless, there’s still some really awesome new music this week.  Here is my top 5: 1.  “Sinners” by Lauren Aquilina – (singer/songwriter) Aquilina delivers a beautiful, personal track with […]

#CharmApe, a visceral and transformative experience (review)

Last night I attended Charm Ape, a “one night only” exhibition hosted by artist David Wolk.  A sizable crowd packed into an abandoned loft – filled only with Wolk’s paintings, sculptures and trapped summer air. Click here to view a Storify of my tweets from Charm Ape Outside, the busy corner of Cherokee and Iowa […]

David Wolk and the Myth of the CHARM APE

On Saturday, July 20, local artist David Wolk will present CHARM APE: Exhibition, Myth, and Performance.  Guests will be initiated into the CHARM APE journey by locating the Giver of Charms at the corner of Iowa and Cherokee Streets in St. Louis. See Coreen Savitski’s KSDK story with David Wolk Wolk said, “I’m not sure […]