From now until Aug. 31, you can download 13 tracks from Spin magazine’s August issue.
- Iceage, “Broken Bone”
- Peter Murphy, “Seesaw Sunday”
- Pure X, “Easy”
- Dex Romwember Duo, “Jungle Drums”
- Unknown Mortal Orchestra, “Ffunny Ffriends”
- Digitalism, “2 Hearts”
- White Denim, “Drug”
- Crystal Antlers, “Two-Way Mirror”
- Amy LaVere, “You Can’t Keep Me”
- Army Navy, “Ode to Janice Melt”
- The Head, “Separate Bodies”
- Sleeper Agent, “Get It Daddy”
- Portugal The Man, “Everything You See (Kids Count Hallelujahs)”
You must have iTunes installed on your computer to get the downloads. And you must have an iTunes account and accept the license and usage terms.
Thinking about visiting some Missouri Wineries this summer?
Then you’ll love the Vineyard Values Card offering savings on tours, wine, gifts and other items at some of Missouri’s most popular wineries.
The card offers 10 “deals” at Stone Hill Winery, St. James Winery, Chaumette Winery, Le Bourgeois Winery, Mount Pleasant Estates, Cave Vineyard, Montelle Winery, Augusta Winery, Sainte Genevieve Winery and St. Francois Winery.
You can pick up a Vineyard Values Card at the courtesy counter at any local Shop N Save store or you can print them here.
Fanfare will play at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011, at Westport Plaza.
Westport Plaza is off of Westport Plaza Drive north of Page Avenue and east of Interstate 270 in Maryland Heights.
The Brad Carlson Duo and Sky West will play at the remaining Thursday concerts in the Westport Plaza Blues & Jazz Concert Series.
To celebrate National Night Out tomorrow, Aug. 2, the Forest Park Southeast neighborhood will show Gnomeo and Juliet at Adams Park (4317 Vista).
The event, which is free, will be held at 8 p.m.
Movie-goers should bring their own chairs and blankets.
The World Bird Sanctuary‘s “house band,” The Raptor Project, will perform songs from their popular children’s environmental education CDs in the Sanctuary’s amphitheater from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 4.
The concert goes on as birds of prey fly inches over your head.
The performance includes fan favorites from the “Save the Future” and “All Along the Watershed” albums include “Turkey Named Fred,”"Roadkill Shiver,” “What’s the Matter,” “The Greatest Possum” and “Animal Noises.”
Admission and parking is free. No reservations are required. Bring a picnic if you like. Concessions will be on sale.
The World Bird Sanctuary is at 125 Bald Eagle Ridge Road in Valley Park.
The event is sponsored by Ameren Missouri.