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2014 Stories by Paul Friswold

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  • Devilishly Daring

    published February 27, 2014

    If you watched any of the recent Olympics, you saw some of the world's greatest athletes participating at the highest level of sport. Los Angeles'... More >>

  • Soulard or Bust

    published February 27, 2014

    Every year it's a crap shoot. Do you dress for the tundra or the beach -- or somewhere in between --on Mardi Gras Saturday? The answer is the same... More >>

  • Wake Up

    published February 27, 2014

    RAW is an international arts organization dedicated to providing a platform for emerging creative artists in all fields, from performing arts to... More >>

  • In the Words of Warriors

    published February 20, 2014

    America has more new veterans of foreign wars every day, but those soldiers' experiences tend to remain unspoken. Many vets don't want to burden... More >>

  • A History in Quilts

    published February 6, 2014

    The women of Gee's Bend, Alabama, are now revered as folk artists of great magnitude because of their unique quilts. But for many years their art... More >>

  • Hot Dog, A Parade

    published February 20, 2014

    Mardi Gras brings out some real party animals, especially at the Beggin' Pet Parade and Wiener Dog Derby. Well-behaved creatures of all... More >>

  • Battleground State

    published February 13, 2014

    The history of the Civil War in Missouri is not just about states' rights, slavery and secession versus unity, but also one of xenophobia,... More >>

  • No Place Like Home

    published January 30, 2014

    Caleb DeLeon is a weary Confederate soldier who returns to the family plantation to find it in ruins. Only Simon, a newly minted free man, remains... More >>

  • Ant Infestation

    published February 6, 2014

    There is something disquieting about Michael DeForge's art. His new graphic novel, Ant Colony, does indeed chronicle the... More >>

  • The Last Days of William Burroughs

    published February 6, 2014

    For much of his life, William S. Burroughs existed on society's fringes. As a gay, drug-using, avant-garde writer, he delighted in being on the... More >>

  • What We Are Here For

    published January 30, 2014

    William S. Burroughs is the classic example of outliving your enemies to get the laugh last. Born to a well-heeled family here in St. Louis 100... More >>

  • A Pair of Fives

    published January 30, 2014

    The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra wraps up its Beethoven Festival with ol' Ludwig's mighty Symphony No. 5. Whether you're a... More >>

  • Every Book Tells A Story

    published January 2, 2014

    A good book is inspirational, as a work of art should be. Chicago artist Anne Lindberg found much inspiration not in a particular book, but... More >>

  • Here Comes the World

    published January 23, 2014

    It's a great big world out there. It doesn't always feel like it when you're locked into your daily routine, but it's out there. The Telluride... More >>

  • A Colloquy of Great Minds

    published January 9, 2014

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X were men ideologically at odds. King believed the only way to advance black people in America was through... More >>

  • Holiday Adventures

    published January 23, 2014

    Arthur Ransome wrote a series of children's stories set in the English Lake District about two groups of children who have adventures while on... More >>

  • Let's All Go to the Movie Theater

    published January 9, 2014

    They don't make movie theaters like they used to. Oh sure, the projector's now some high-def, 3-D piece of equipment, and the speakers can shake... More >>

  • [INSERT CATCH PHRASE HERE, BABY]

    published January 23, 2014

    The last Austin Powers movie was released so long ago that even your weird uncle has stopped wailing, "Yeah, baby!" This means that pop culture... More >>

  • Creepy Crawlies

    published January 16, 2014

    Bugs are a tricky subject. When bees are pollinating the world, we consider them friendly; when you wake up to a spider on your pillow, the... More >>

  • Too Good To Be True

    published January 2, 2014

    William Shakespeare's legendary status as the master of theatrical writing is no new development. Back in the late-eighteenth century, England... More >>

  • Oh My Stars and Garters

    published January 16, 2014

    Every moneymaker in a 50-mile radius of St. Louis is going to be shaken to the point of exhaustion this weekend. Van Ella Production has not one... More >>

  • Bath Night with Lebowski

    published January 16, 2014

    January is "national bath month," as odd as that seems. March just feels more like bath month, right? Be that as it may, this is the rub-a-dub-dub... More >>

  • Cowboy Up

    published January 2, 2014

    We're not even a week into the new year and already Super-8 Movie Madness is back in the saddle. The long-running Super-8 film series... More >>

  • Our Great Big Little World

    published January 9, 2014

    In Ruth Ozeki's new novel, A Tale for the Time Being, the world is as small and as vast as the distance between two people. Nao is a... More >>

  • King of the Shorts

    published January 9, 2014

    George Saunders has single-handedly revived the short-story form for a larger American audience. His unique voice combines sharp outrage... More >>

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