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    Skinny, Grandma-Friendly Post-Dispatch Coming to Newstands Soon

    The downsizing over at the Post-Dispatch is about to eat its way into the physical shape of the newspaper. Beginning next Monday, the daily will trim the width of its pages to 11 inches -- down from its current corpulence at 12.5 inches. In a note ...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on March 16, 2009 @ 10:44 am
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    Monday, March 16, Morning's Newz

    The Alton-Telegraph has video footage of anti-gay protesters who tried to crash the funeral last week for slain Maryville pastor, Fred Winters. The hate group met stiff resistance from state troopers and a Christian motorcycle gang. Highway 40 cons...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on March 16, 2009 @ 9:29 am
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    Baseball Card of the Week: Loudmouth Jonathan Papelbon

    Amazingly, just this past week, a story actually came along that got everyone to stop talking about Alex Rodriguez, even if only for a moment or two. The source of such distraction was the Boston Red Sox. More specifically, it was the closer for ...

    @ Daily RFT by Aaron Schafer on March 13, 2009 @ 5:31 pm
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    Friday, March 13: Calendar Pimp Suggests

    Now is the time at the Toupac when when we dance According to tradition on Mypos, Friday is the appropriate day to break into the Dance of Joy. Who are we to shirk tradition? Go grab Cousin Larry and make an evening of it. ...

    @ Daily RFT by Paul Friswold on March 13, 2009 @ 5:15 pm
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    My, You Look Nice Today

    Unreal's new look. In this week's dead-tree edition of the RFT, Unreal had a review of a new "M/M" romance called Transgressions. M/M romances are historical tales of deep and abiding love between two men and Transgressions itself is the poignant...

    @ Daily RFT by Unreal on March 13, 2009 @ 5:00 pm
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    Xavier Ends SLU's Season

    As expected, the Billikens got steamrolled Thursday afternoon by Xavier, losing 66-47. They might have had a chance if it weren't for that meddling B.J. Raymond and his 30-foot half-time buzzer beating antics. SLU never got closer than within ...

    @ Daily RFT by Keegan Hamilton on March 13, 2009 @ 4:08 pm
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    What Recession? St. Louis Still Has Its Billionaires

    Forbes magazine released its annual list of the world's billionaires this week and at least six St. Louisans are still rolling in the dough despite the sputtering economy. Topping the local rankings is Jack Taylor, the 86 year-old founder of Enter...

    @ Daily RFT by Keegan Hamilton on March 13, 2009 @ 3:42 pm
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    The Blues' Finest Hour

    I'll be the first to admit it: I didn't give the Blues any chance of winning against the Sharks Thursday night. San Jose is probably the best team in hockey, in my ever so humble opinion, and I just didn't think that our boys in blue had any real sho...

    @ Daily RFT by Aaron Schafer on March 13, 2009 @ 3:10 pm
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    Mule Kick or Donkey Punch?

    Necro Butcher puts in a hard day's work taking scissors to the skull. Ring of Honor Wrestling brings its rough and raw brand of wrestling to the Gateway Center in Collinsville, Illinois tonight. You can argue whether the fights are real or fake...

    @ Daily RFT by Paul Friswold on March 13, 2009 @ 2:33 pm
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    Once You Go Buying Black, Do You Ever Go Back?

    The Anderson family. Have you caught wind of the "Ebony Experiment" in yesterday's Los Angeles Times (though John and Maggie Anderson are conducting their year-long experiment in the Chicago area, where they live). A quick summary from the Times:...

    @ Daily RFT by Kristen Hinman on March 13, 2009 @ 1:44 pm
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    Nevermind the Paddlefish, Who Are the Hillbillies Taking All Our Turtles?

    Seriously, would you eat this? The RFT aquatic-life team has donned its waders today and is ready to kick some ass. As reported this morning, Missouri conservationist can't get over this year's bumper paddlefish crop. Meanwhile, the news ain't ...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on March 13, 2009 @ 12:39 pm
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    Weirdest Paddlefish Story EVER

    Do you know what the Show-Me state's official aquatic animal is? Wrong. It's the paddlefish. And some pretty weird stuff has gone down with Missouri's paddlefish this year, according to the Department of Conservation's press release issued Thursday....

    @ Daily RFT by Nicholas Phillips on March 13, 2009 @ 11:28 am
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    Joyce Meyer Ministries Says It's Accredited

    Joyce Meyer Seventeen months after the U.S. Senate Finance Committee launched an accounting inquiry into six television evangelists, one of those TV preachers -- Fenton's own Joyce Meyer -- says she's now financially square. Yesterday a Virgini...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on March 13, 2009 @ 10:30 am
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    Street Art is Not a Crime

    Unless of course you're caught drawing a smiley face on the subway in New York's Union Station. Then you'll spend two days in jail, even if you're a renowned artist in town for a major gallery opening. Such was the case of Yoshitomo Nara a Japanes...

    @ Daily RFT by Keegan Hamilton on March 13, 2009 @ 9:45 am
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    Friday, March 13: Morning's Newz

    The St. Louis Public School Board voted to close 17 schools over the next two years. Cardinals team president Bill DeWitt III tells KMOX that the sour economy could push the start of Ballpark Village construction to 2010. University of Missouri w...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on March 13, 2009 @ 9:26 am
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    Is God Really Dead? Or Did We Make God Up Inside Our Head?

    Anybody out there? Just two months ago, President Obama identified non-believers as a legitimate religious group, right up there with Jews and Hindus. But watch out, non-believers! An article in New Scientist claims that you are just deluding y...

    @ Daily RFT by Aimee Levitt on March 12, 2009 @ 6:13 pm
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    Bye-Bye Highway 40, Hello Highway Dirty

    It's been a week since RFT uber-blogger Chad Garrison posted this photo of the dirt rut formerly known as Highway 40 (shot from the newly finished Boland Place overpass in Richmond Heights.) The shot looks directly east, toward Big Bend Boulevard. A...

    @ Daily RFT by Nick Lucchesi on March 12, 2009 @ 5:38 pm
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    Artists Unite and Say, Nein to the Nazis!

    On the heels of my colleague Chad Garrison's announcement about America's Nazi Party storming the Arch grounds on April 18 comes word that All Along Press is working up its own blitzkrieg by screen-printing posters of anti-Nazi artwork. A posting b...

    @ Daily RFT by Kristen Hinman on March 12, 2009 @ 5:27 pm
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    Thursday, March 12: Calendar Pimp Suggests ...

    Neva Rae Powers as Florence Foster Jenkins. Sing, sing a song. Make it simple, to last your whole life long. Don't worry if it's not good enough, for anyone else but you. Just sing. Sing a song. ...

    @ Daily RFT by Paul Friswold on March 12, 2009 @ 5:15 pm
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    The Butler Did It (Or At Least We Hope He Will)

    I was starting to get nervous there for a little while, but the Rams did what needed to be done in the end and got their man. flickr.com/photos/matneym Welcome to the team, James. James Butler, strong safety, recently of the New Yor...

    @ Daily RFT by Aaron Schafer on March 12, 2009 @ 4:34 pm
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