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  • Summertime St. Louis 2011

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    Summertime St. Louis 2011

    It's a classic American pastime, right up there with baseball, quilting and overeating -- everybody loves to complain that their weather is the worst. If you live in Minneapolis, you've got 100 words for snow, none of them complimentary. Call Pho...

    on May 26, 2011
  • Calculating the St. Louis Heat Index

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    Calculating the St. Louis Heat Index

    Click here to return to the rest of the RFT Summer Guide. Who needs the Digital Storm Tracker PanicBot 9000? Sure, it's got those wicked squiggles representing tornadoes and the ominous flashing lightning bolts, but for all its technology, it just...

    by Kristie McClanahan on May 26, 2011
  • When Cubs Fans Attack: The Idiot's Guide to Idiots

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    When Cubs Fans Attack: The Idiot's Guide to Idiots

    Click here to return to the rest of the RFT Summer Guide. Every Cardinals fan has encountered them: those punks in teddy-bear T-shirts, who roam city streets or lurk in your office and look to pick a fight. We're usually far too civilized to ta...

    by Katie Moulton on May 26, 2011
  • Beyond Schlafly: Three microbreweries for the St. Louis summer

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    Beyond Schlafly: Three microbreweries for the St. Louis summer

    Click here to return to the rest of the RFT Summer Guide. When the Belgium-based beer powerhouse InBev bought the Anheuser-Busch brewery in 2008, it signaled a sea change in St. Louis. And while many bemoaned the identity shift and new corporate c...

    by Christian Schaeffer on May 26, 2011
  • Seven events you can't afford to miss this summer

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    Seven events you can't afford to miss this summer

    Click here to return to the rest of the RFT Summer Guide. You didn't move here yesterday. You have a pretty good handle on the sports teams, the outdoor concert venues, the parks, the pools and the places with the best air-conditioning in our litt...

    by Alison Sieloff on May 26, 2011
  • Beyond the Arch: Surprisingly cool destinations within a 30-minute drive

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    Beyond the Arch: Surprisingly cool destinations within a 30-minute drive

    Click here to return to the rest of the RFT Summer Guide. Alton When planning a day trip to Alton, Illinois, you can opt for one of two itineraries. Plan 1 (The Traditional) Take a right turn off the Clark Bridge and head for Fast Eddie's Bon ...

    by Diana Benanti on May 26, 2011
  • Fire Away!

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    Fire Away!

    Click here to return to the rest of the RFT Summer Guide. I'm standing in a field in Eureka with my cheek pressed against the butt of a shotgun, right eye closed, left eye focusing in the distance. A man stands behind me, waiting for me to call ou...

    by Julia Gabbert on May 26, 2011
  • Belligerent Piano: Episode Fifty-Four

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    Belligerent Piano: Episode Fifty-Four

    by Timothy Lane on May 26, 2011
  • Take a Flying Leap

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    Take a Flying Leap

    Click here to return to the rest of the RFT Summer Guide. I suppose you could say I was a cautious tomboy. Raised in Jefferson County, I spent my childhood biking through woods and dirt fields, running around neighbors' backyard shed-raisings and ...

    by Katie Moulton on May 26, 2011
  • Bring on the Mud!

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    Bring on the Mud!

    Click here to return to the rest of the RFT Summer Guide. Anyone who has grown up outside the city should be willing to vouch for this: Summer ought to consist of at least a little dirt, dust and mud. Everything from hiking to attending rodeos to ...

    by Elizabeth Ortmann on May 26, 2011
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    Missouri: Not Safe For Kids

    At least, that's what we're hearing from the Save the Children organization. Today the agency sent out a fear-mongering alarming notice (attached at the end of this post) stating that Missouri is "unprepared to protect children from disasters." Acc...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on June 19, 2009 @ 5:15 pm
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    Trail of Grease Leads Cops to Ham-Handed Hamburglars

    Andrew Schneider Thank God for morons. Without them we wouldn't be able to share stories like this one from over in Waterloo, Illinois. Police say Tuesday night Andrew J. Schneider, 29, and Trent J. Gilliam, 35, drove a truck onto the lawn of t...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on June 19, 2009 @ 4:04 pm
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    A Squirrely Gift for Father's Day

    Yes, it's that time of year again that Unreal dreads so much: Finding the perfect Father's Day gift for the old man. There are only so many golf balls you can get a guy -- and the idea of giving your father balls...okay, let's not take that road any ...

    @ Daily RFT by Unreal on June 19, 2009 @ 3:15 pm
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    Breaking Down Shelby Miller

    Alex Eisenberg, the always wonderful mechanics expert behind Baseball Intellect and close, digital friend of mine, recently broke down the delivery of the Cardinals' first round draft pick this year, Shelby Miller. The good news: Alex likes what he s...

    @ Daily RFT by Aaron Schafer on June 19, 2009 @ 2:52 pm
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    Renderings of Paul McKee's NorthSide Project Revealed

    National publication The Architect's Newspaper is out this week with a story on developer Paul McKee's NorthSide redevelopment project. The article includes renderings of the proposed development, including this one that calls for a 40-story office ...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on June 19, 2009 @ 2:25 pm
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    Solve the Case of the Missing (Infected) Horses

    Here's an intriguing burglary from a couple nights ago. Why do YOU think this happened? According to state agriculture authorities, a horse was found infected with a parasite on June 8 at an equine center in Raytown, Missouri (near Kansas City). ...

    @ Daily RFT by Nicholas Phillips on June 19, 2009 @ 1:55 pm
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    5 Other Comedians To Make Joe Buck Cringe

    Who else should Joe's producers invite on the show? Remember Monday night when St. Louis born-and-bred broadcaster Joe Buck melted from embarrassment and simultaneously seethed with rage over Artie Lange farting all over the first episode of his ...

    @ Daily RFT by Nick Lucchesi on June 19, 2009 @ 1:00 pm
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    RFT Picks for Twitter Follow Friday: STL Tweeps

    sbolen Twitter Info: Web: http://www.stephenbolen.com Bio: St. Louis-based web and graphic designer, ominvore, winemaker, musician. Sample Tweet: Just to put Jane into perspective, here she is next to my iPhone: http://tr.im/oEEe (Holy cats, that's t...

    @ Daily RFT by Bill Streeter on June 19, 2009 @ 10:45 am
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    Top 10 Things (Under $10) This Weekend, June 19-21

    Written by Brooke Foster, Paul Friswold, Nick Lucchesi, Shae Moseley and Alison Sieloff This Sunday will represent the longest stretch of daylight in 2009. No surprise there, the longest day of the year is usually the 20th or 21st of June. Sunday is...

    @ Daily RFT by Nick Lucchesi on June 19, 2009 @ 10:01 am
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    Postgame Thoughts, 18th June: Double You. Tee. Eff.

    -Okay, so Jo-El Pineiro crapped the bed quite mightily in the first inning, but he certainly had some help from the defense. Just an ugly inning all around, the sort that we really haven't seen too many of from the Cards lately. Typing that, I fi...

    @ Daily RFT by Aaron Schafer on June 19, 2009 @ 2:17 am
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