Update below: Larry Conners is out at KMOV-TV (Channel 4).
So says Mark Pimentel, KMOV's president and general manager, in an announcement on the station's website published this afternoon. Th... More >>
On Monday night, when we decided to go out for an early Hump-Day drink, a storm was on the horizon, but we chose to tempt fate anyway. We jetted up to the top of the Moonrise Hotel to check out t... More >>
It's been a violent few days in St. Louis.
Yesterday, we told you about Jermaine Johnson, a twenty-year-old who was shot in the face in north St. Louis and died on the scene. A few hours earli... More >>
After selling out the Pageant months in advance, Soundgarden made its triumphant return to St. Louis last night touring in support of King Animal which is its first new album in more than fifteen... More >>
Did a security officer at Clyde C. Miller Career Academy, a St. Louis high school, pepper spray students in an effort to break up some sort of a food fight? That's the allegation of a KSDK-TV ... More >>
This Thursday, May 23, soccer hooligans will descend upon Busch Stadium. That's right, the world's most beautiful game will be played on a baseball diamond-turned "pitch" (that's British for "fie... More >>
What's it like to be one of the most beloved baseball players of all time? If you have $1.8 million, you can sort of find out!
That's right, folks. You can sleep where the late, great Stan Mus... More >>
St. Louis should have a dozen by-the-slice joints battling for your downtown dollar. Can King Louie's Empire Deli & Pizza (1131 Washington Avenue; 314-553-9999) get the ball rolling? My review of... More >>
A young woman was killed inside a north-county home yesterday when someone fired bullets into a house from the driveway.
Patricia Singleton, who would have turned 22 years old today, was found... More >>
Some quick-hit opening news from around town.
- Driving South Grand Boulevard the other day, I spotted activity at the former Mikey Moes location at 5535 South Grand, near the intersection with ... More >>
Brad Pitt wishes he did not drop out of the University of Missouri.
Why? Because who would do such a foolish thing? What kind of guy would just give up on academics? Pitt, who grew up in Spri... More >>
EarthDance Farms has its roots in a fifteen-year-old girl's first encounter with organic agriculture.
Hoping to cultivate his daughter's love for fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables, Molly... More >>
[Editor's Note: Long-time concert photographer Andrew Youssef found out two years ago that he had stage IV colon cancer. In that time, he has continued to shoot tons of music events, on top of o... More >>
Angela and Gerald Taylor might just be the most devoted Schnucks customers in the company's more than seven decades in business.
Early in their relationship, Gerald took Angela on a date to a ... More >>
The 2013 Riverfront Times Music Showcase is a week and a half away! Think of it as St. Louis music's own official holiday and consider this the season. Throughout May we at RFT Music have been wor... More >>
St. Louis' neighborhoods are gems in their own right: full of history, great people and, as far as Gut Check is concerned, fantastic food. Each week we'll take you into a specific neighborhood and... More >>
Last night, three young teenage boys were shot in the Carr Square neighborhood and taken to a local hospital where they are all in serious condition.
Two of the shooting victims are fourteen ye... More >>
Another by-the-slice joint gives it a go downtown. Will this one gain a foothold? That's what this week's review of King Louie's Empire Deli & Pizza (1131 Washington Avenue; 314-553-9999) seeks t... More >>
Last month Gut Check reported that chef Clara Moore, former executive chef and regional manager of local grocery and restaurant chain Local Harvest Cafe & Catering, had launched a Kickstarter ca... More >>
Every week, Mayor Slay's website runs a poll, taking the pulse of St. Louisans on a wide range of topics, such as genetically modified foods, the actions of Congress, and what it takes to deliver ... More >>