Of all the clichés of sex, drugs and rock & roll (and any other genre you could name), chemistry is surely greatest, but it has the advantage of being true. There's really no other way to explain what happens with the greatest of bands, and the Flatlanders -- featuring the three distinct voices and ... More >>
So far this year, most candidates for statewide office have made the pilgrimage. They've stepped into the inner sanctums of the Post-Dispatch and The Kansas City Star. They pow-wowed with the editorial boards, fielded uncomfortable questions, asked for a kiss on the forehead.&nbs ... More >>
Pierced Arrows | Doom Town | Alley Ghost The Gramophone April 24, 2012 Ever have one of those nights when leave a concert thinking, "man, I am getting too old for this?" Sure you have, and Fred Cole's got the antidote for that decrepit feeling. Here's a guy who turns 64 this August, who's been re ... More >>
It's me, McLovin. Can I vote now, please?Frankly, we here at Daily RFT are a little disappointed. We'd expected something juicier.Usually when Missouri's Republican-controlled Legislature rolls out a proposed constitutional amendment, it's something outrageously bigoted. Something that they hope ... More >>
(New albums are typically released on Tuesdays, i.e., today. What can you spend your hard-earned pennies on this week? Find out below.) = mp3 only release Order of the Black*Black Label Society, Order Of The Black According to Randy at The Official Metal Show Metal Blog, "Wylde has shown ... More >>
Whoa. Just finished watching the video clip of Fox New's Greta Van Sustern interviewing Missouri Lieutenant Peter Kinder this week. And I just got to say, apart from the time the Addams Family met the Munsters on Family Feud, has a more physically unbecoming pairing ever graced a television show? ... More >>
10:25: Hello everybody! Have a seat10:26: It's good to be out of Washington and back in the Midwest! Yes. I love you, too!10:27: Obama gives shouts out to Senator Claire McCaskill, Governor Jay Nixon, Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, State Auditor Susan Montee, and everyone at Fox High School. Th ... More >>
B-Sides finds its religion with Fred Eaglesmith and traces Charles Walker's circuitous path from R&B obscurity to funk-soul innovator.
Week of February 8, 2007
Unreal dons pleather for a BDSM gathering, shows up to the office naked and gets into the mind of chocolate thieves; plus, we want to know why the F we can't see Saving Private Ryan
Our critics enter the summer-movie fray
The former Ziggy Stardust proves giants still walk the music scene
What does the National Rifle Association have against the St. Louis Cardinals?
In less than four years, Grant Williams has turned a weak union local into one of Missouri's most potent political forces. So why's he placing all his bets on One-Term Bob?
The Blindspot Gallery is interactive and in traffic
The dècor is nothing to write home about, but Luciano's sure-handed take on Italian favorites ensures that you won't care
Missouri's junior senator says he is a pro-consumer health-care reformist. But the insurance companies, HMOs and big business, which give him millions, think he's on their side.
Friday, Oct. 8; Fox Theatre