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Awards

  • 2011 - Association of Food Journalists Awards, published November 11, 2010

    "Near Beer"

  • 2011 - Association of Food Journalists Awards, published November 4, 2010

    "Jeffrey Plaza Jewel"

2004 Stories by Ian Froeb

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  • Fly Like an Eagle

    published December 29, 2004

    The "I Ogle Alton Eagles" buttons have caused much despair and jealousy in the avian world. But can you blame the non-eagles? No one's ever... More >>

  • Schuss, Little Darling

    published December 22, 2004

    SAT 12/25 Christmas is the most anticlimactic holiday. If you have children, or if you are a child at heart, you will be cleaning up... More >>

  • Go Crazy, Folks!

    published December 15, 2004

    Lo, the season has arrived. Twinkling lights and garlands of holly festoon every house, and the aroma of roasted chestnuts wafts through the air.... More >>

  • MF Doom

    published December 8, 2004

    It's happenstance, of course, that Pixar released its latest delight, The Incredibles, at roughly the same time that international... More >>

  • The Arcade Fire

    published November 24, 2004

    Hype is a bitch: For every Stroke or White Stripe, there are a thousand Fischerspooners. You'll be forgiven if you don't want to drink the... More >>

  • Violence Is Not the Answer

    published November 17, 2004

    SUN 11/21 There are bullies like T-Bone, who take your clothes while you're changing for phys. ed. and throw them in the gym, forcing... More >>

  • Every Time a Bell Rings

    published November 10, 2004

    Bells serve many purposes. Sometimes the bell on your alarm clock wakes you up. If not, church bells may wake you, or perhaps summon you not to... More >>

  • Beethoven's Second

    published October 27, 2004

    Let's take the skinheads to the Duck Room on Thursday, October 28. More >>

  • An American in St. Louis

    published October 20, 2004

    A large, pale yellow house on a manicured lawn beneath a brilliant blue sky. A downcast woman, half-turned toward the camera, sitting on a dirty... More >>

  • I Believe LeBron Can Fly

    published October 13, 2004

    SAT 10/16 We've heard all of the excuses at Night & Day: Dinner ran late; traffic was bad; Unreal held things up, looking for his foam... More >>

  • United Artists

    published September 29, 2004

    We have a problem here at Night & Day. You see, we dabble in all kinds of art: writing, music, acting, filmmaking. Often, thanks to our surgically... More >>

  • How Great Is Faust Park?

    published September 22, 2004

    Let's be honest. Forest Park gets all the breaks: World's Fair, museums, balloon races, a giant Ferris wheel. It's like the straight-A high-school... More >>

  • High Times

    published September 15, 2004

    Here at the Night & Day offices, we are concerned for your safety. We don't want you to hurt yourself or others, so do us a big favor: On... More >>

  • Hot Ship

    published September 1, 2004

    Back before cars were invented, man still had the urge to pimp rides. Medieval knights bred their horses for size and strength, then decked them... More >>

  • Waxing Brazilian

    published August 25, 2004

    SAT 8/28 Ah, Brazil. Or as they say down in Brazil, "Brasil." We know next to nothing about this South American country. Our entire... More >>

  • Who's the Cos?

    published August 18, 2004

    Bill Cosby: man, comedian, legend SUN 8/22 So, um, Bill Cosby. Yeah. What the hell was that all... More >>

  • Rally Cry

    published June 23, 2004

    So you want to show off your sweet new ride before the next severe storm riddles the paint job with hailstone dimples? Of course you do. You've... More >>

  • Modest Mouse

    published April 21, 2004

    Modest Mouse's first full-length album in four years begins with a tease: "Horn Intro," a nine-second blast of bewildering brass. Is the band... More >>

  • You're Getting Very Sweepy

    published February 25, 2004

    Broomball can be thought of as gentlemanly hockey. It's played on an ice rink by two teams of six players whose objective is to score more goals... More >>

  • African-American Idol

    published January 28, 2004

    FRI 1/30 Black History Month meets American Idol at the St. Louis County Library! As part of the kickoff of the library's annual... More >>

  • The Three Wives' Tale

    published January 21, 2004

    MON 1/26 We don't blame you for skipping past the display of authors' first novels at your favorite bookstore. (At least until our... More >>

  • Brawl's Well

    published January 14, 2004

    SAT 1/17 "Professional wrestling isn't a sport." "You know that's fake, right?" Fans of the fine art of pro wrestling have long... More >>

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