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    La Clinica is Dead

    Sad news in the St. Louis medical and Hispanic communities today, as the Post-Dispatch reports that La Clinica, the free, multilingual health care center located just off of South Grand in the Scruggs Church, will be closing later this month due to a...

    @ Daily RFT by Keegan Hamilton on April 8, 2009 @ 11:44 am
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    Dramatic Footage of Stolen Plane Landing in Missouri

    Federal prosecutors yesterday charged a Canadian flight student with transportation of stolen property and illegal entry for flying a stolen Cessna 172 aircraft into the United States and landing it in southeast Missouri on Monday. The pi...

    @ Daily RFT by Unreal on April 8, 2009 @ 10:43 am
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    Tea Parties and the "Homosexual Agenda"

    A post last week in which I mentioned a downtown "tea party" in the same breath as a Nazi protest generated a lot of heat from readers. Here's a typical screed I received: "Your [sic] a sad excuse for a human being and an American. You linking peop...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on April 8, 2009 @ 9:55 am
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    Wednesday, April 8: Morning's Newz

    In other election news, maverick Town & Country mayoral candidate John Hoffmann lost handily to incumbent Jon Dalton. Though my favorite election results occurred up in Lincoln County. That's where the dead guy trounced his challenger by a margin of ...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on April 8, 2009 @ 9:19 am
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    Ballwin Man's Nuisance Trial Delayed, Buying Time for Presidential Pardon

    Lewis Greenberg and a small sampling of his art. At 1 p.m. yesterday, Lewis Greenberg, his lawyers, his lucky hat, a small group of supporters and a slightly larger contingent of belligerent neighbors gathered in a Clayton courtroom to determine ...

    @ Daily RFT by Aimee Levitt on April 8, 2009 @ 8:39 am
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    Cardinals Nickname Poll: Joe Mather Edition

    Baseball nicknames. They don't make 'em like they useta. So Unreal has set out to assign a nickname to every Cardinal on this season's roster. We got started last week with Rick Ankiel. Now it's Joe Mather's turn. After the jump, Joe Mather... Our...

    @ Daily RFT by Unreal on April 8, 2009 @ 8:00 am
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    Tuesday, April 7: Calendar Pimp Suggests

    According to the statistics presented in the documentary Two Million Minutes, the time elapsed between eighth grade graduation and high school graduation is two million minutes. It beggars the mind to consider that a certain panderer of calendars spe...

    @ Daily RFT by Paul Friswold on April 7, 2009 @ 5:15 pm
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    Best Excuse Overheard Today at Fairmount Park

    Guy talking on cell phone tells person on other end of the line: "I'm going to be a little late. I'm at a family thing." (Note: No sign of man's "family" anywhere around.) More photos after the jump... ...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on April 7, 2009 @ 4:21 pm
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    My Cardinals: Mike Wilkinson

    In the second installment of my look at Cardinal fans from around the globe, I spoke to Mike Wilkinson. Mike is an old friend of the family, originally from St. Louis, who lives out west now. He was nice enough to speak with me on the phone this past...

    @ Daily RFT by Aaron Schafer on April 7, 2009 @ 2:10 pm
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    Horse Hooky Begins Today ... See You at Fairmount Park

    It's that time of the year again. The first day of live racing at Fairmount Park. As of this writing it's 29 minutes to post time. Gotta run...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on April 7, 2009 @ 1:31 pm
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    George Clooney Drew a Gaggle in Lafayette Square Last Weekend

    Clooney on Whittemore Place during rehearsal George didn't show at Busch Stadium for Opening Day. Perhaps too pooped from a midnight shoot in Lafayette Square over the weekend? A house on Whittemore Place in the swishy near-downtown neighborhood...

    @ Daily RFT by Kristen Hinman on April 7, 2009 @ 1:11 pm
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    Study Finds Traditional Media Trumps Blogs, Citizen Journalism When It Comes to News

    That's the argument a team of researchers at University of Missouri School of Journalism put forth in a new study published in the annual State of the News Media. The study found that Web sites of legacy media (newspapers, radio, television) have n...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on April 7, 2009 @ 12:11 pm
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    At Long Last, Our Kids Are as Fat as We Are

    A new study finds that one in five American four-year-olds is obese. That's roughly equal to the obesity rate in the general population. Yes, congrats America! Lift up your arms (if you can). When it comes to eating -- we are the champions. ...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on April 7, 2009 @ 11:28 am
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    Tuesday, April 7: Morning's Newz

    The trial involving Lewis Greenberg and his eccentric lawn art in Ballwin gets underway today. The Missouri Highway Patrol has re-assigned the official who circulated a controversial memo in February linking Libertarians and conservatives to militi...

    @ Daily RFT by Chad Garrison on April 7, 2009 @ 10:41 am
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    Photos: Pillow Fights Around the Country

    If you forgot to mark it on your calendar, Saturday was World Pillow Fight Day. St. Louis had its own version, under the Gateway Arch (photos here). About 80 kids -- most seemed to be of high school age -- showed up around 2 p.m. and let the smackin...

    @ Daily RFT by Nick Lucchesi on April 7, 2009 @ 10:12 am
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    Meanwhile, in Kansas City

    While the Saint Louis Zoo just lost its only polar bear last week and may not be able to get a replacement bear for several years, the Kansas City Zoo is about to spend $11 million on a polar bear exhibit that's set to open next year. Via the KC ...

    @ Daily RFT by Keegan Hamilton on April 6, 2009 @ 5:41 pm
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    Monday, April 6: Calendar Pimp Suggests

    According to folklore, you can only see the faerie realm while occupying a transitional state, such as during twilight or while standing with one foot on the shore and the other in the stream. Or perhaps on a day such as this, when it snows on openin...

    @ Daily RFT by Paul Friswold on April 6, 2009 @ 5:15 pm
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    My Cardinals: Will Leitch, Blogger Superhero

    Opening Day is finally here. Winter has loosened its grip on our little corner of the world (well, sort of, anyway), and spring is beginning to bloom. Our annual ritual of renewal and rebirth is a few scant moments away, after the months of waitin...

    @ Daily RFT by Aaron Schafer on April 6, 2009 @ 3:57 pm
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    Photos: Wall Ball 2009 at Third Degree Glass Factory

    It's been said that the arts suffer in a weak economy, but the sixth-annual Wall Ball on Saturday seemed to thoroughly disprove that claim. Filling Third Degree Glass Factory with 45 participating artists and hundreds of revelers, the event was as ...

    @ Daily RFT by Jessica Baran on April 6, 2009 @ 3:52 pm
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    Inside the Post-Dispatch: The View From AJR

    American Journalism Review just published a piece about newspaper accuracy where layoffs-meet-the-Internet, and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch is the main character in the 3,530-word article. Only hard-core media wonks will appreciate all three-thousan...

    @ Daily RFT by Kristen Hinman on April 6, 2009 @ 3:25 pm
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