UPDATE on April 24: The Tivoli reopened after nearly a week for its 9:30 p.m. showing on Friday, April 24. See update at end of post.
Originally published on April 21. Original post follows....... More >>
Comedian Chris Rock recently visited HBO's Real Sports to chastise baseball for losing its black audience -- and the Cardinals got special attention.
Rock described himself as "an endangered sp... More >>
Two of the country's best soundtrack-esque rock bands return to St. Louis on Friday and Saturday -- Murder by Death and ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, respectively. Free-jazz leg... More >>
Simone Faure wasn't just a fan of the Food Network's Holiday Baking Championship. She was a superfan.
So when she heard that casting agents were in St. Louis interviewing finalists for a spinof... More >>
Local playwright Shualee Cook credits Oscar Wilde's witty repartee as the inspiration for her comedy of manners, An Invitation Out. Futurist William Gibson's vision of the Internet as a realm of... More >>
At a press conference this morning, attorneys for the family of Michael Brown Jr. announced the filing of a federal lawsuit against the City of Ferguson, former police officer Darren Wilson an... More >>
The St. Louis music ecosystem is a curious thing, with its own cycles of hype and buzz, and its own rewards for productivity and lethargy. The fact is, whether a band releases an album every nine ... More >>
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz may have abandoned plans to decorate your latte with "Race Together," but he hasn't given up on making the world a better place.
Schultz announced Tuesday that Star... More >>
Nothing much happens in Yasmina Reza's Art, a 21-year-old classic that opened its run at the St. Louis Actors Studio last Friday. Serge, a dermatologist, has bought a very expensive piece of mod... More >>
There was a bit of interesting Missouri audit news this week, and (thank goodness) it had nothing to do with rumored bigotry or suicide.
Instead, an audit released Wednesday revealed that Gove... More >>
In this week's feature story, our writer Ryan Wasoba explained that the metal scene in St. Louis is booming, with more and more local acts signing to big-name labels and touring Europe (Schlafl... More >>
Here, again, is every newly announced show for the week! On page one you'll find a quick list of shows that particularly caught our attention.
Page two contains our complete listing of new show... More >>
The Kitchen Sink is expanding.
The two-and-a-half-year-old Cajun/Creole restaurant will open a second location in downtown St. Louis this summer, "hopefully by the end of July, early August," s... More >>
We can't decide whether to laugh or, well, die.
A new video from Funny or Die purporting to be a tourism commercial for the Show-Me State lambasts Missouri's history of racism -- from Dred Scot... More >>
The last time RFT Music caught up with Pokey LaFarge, the year was 2010 and the St. Louis songwriter was fresh off the release of his third album, Riverboat Soul, released by Free Dirt Records. "... More >>
Winfield's Gathering Place
10312 Manchester Road, Kirkwood; 314-394-2200
Mon.-Sat. 11-1 a.m.; Sun. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
After a good first inning with their successful 15 Steakhouse, the team of J... More >>
The spot in the street where Michael Brown died has become hallowed ground in the past eight months. A memorial there grew from a bunch of roses laid by his mother to a tall, narrow pile of st... More >>
Rocker Neil Young has a new album dropping this June.
Its name? The Monsanto Years.
And, no, that's not a tribute to the St. Louis-based agriculture and chemical company. Young is not a fan, ... More >>
There's a lot of work that goes into trapping ten people in a room for an hour.
Much of that work happens in a suburban garage, where Nir Chezrony, the brains behind Enigma Productions, hefts ... More >>
The National Blues Museum has a new benefactor: Jack White.
The museum, currently under construction in downtown St. Louis, announced tonight that it had received a six-figure donation from Whi... More >>
Ask any hip-hop head in the local scene, and they'll tell you each January that this year will be the one when St. Louis is put back on the music map. Yet 2014 came and went with a whimper, aside ... More >>
Bridge Bread will open its first retail store on Cherokee Street in the next month or two, founder Fred Domke confirmed to Gut Check yesterday.
The shop, at 2604 Cherokee, will sell the nonprof... More >>
Peter Schweiss clearly remembers the first thing he ever cooked. "Grilled cheese," the commissary manager for Tilford Restaurant Group recalls. "My mom cooked a lot at home. I was always follow... More >>
Where: Grove East Provisions (3101 Arsenal Street; 314-802-7090)
When: Every Sunday from 11 a.m. until supplies run out.
We Tried: Eggs benedict ($8), turkey club ($8), beef stew ($8.50).
Se... More >>
Welcome to Sugar High, a series devoted solely to spotlighting the best ways to sate a sweet tooth in St. Louis. We'll sample the best the city has to offer at restaurants, bakeries and holes-in-t... More >>