Longtime local chocolatier Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate (112 North Kirkwood Road, Kirkwood; 314-965-6615) is now selling Fair Trade chocolate. Fair Trade is a nonprofit that helps make sure suppliers in places like the Ivory Coast, where Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate gets all of its cocoa, are paid ... More >>
Offset the commercialism and blind consumption of Valentine's Day weekend with some educational art appreciation. One good option is Dreamscapes, an exhibit of works concerned with dreams and their meanings. Get details on this event and lots more in the list below. Photograph courtesy National In ... More >>
Well, this week went by quickly. (Thank you, Labor Day!) If while checking your online banking statement, you realize you might have gone overboard with the spending last weekend, here's your opportunity for redemption: Have fun this weekend on a budget. All the following events cost less than $10 - ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsIf you haven't already eaten lunch today, stop reading now. Seriously. Go eat, come back, then dive into something that's sure to make you lose your appetite.Unreal was browsing news of the weird yesterday when we stumbled upon this whopper of a headline: "Placentas Found In Sewage ... More >>
Americans who still think of Latin music as mariachi bands and gyrating Ricky Martins and Shakiras might want to lend a closer ear to the genre. This country's Hispanic population isn't just growing, it's growing more diverse. More and more unique musical styles are being gobbled up, and that shoul ... More >>
Gary Kaplan put all of his chips on BETonSPORTS and drew the worst hand of his life. Now he’s making tuna casserole in a St. Louis jail.
Underrated local talent Eddie Fisher finally sees his work released on CD, while KWUR celebrates its own week
Should St. Louis County grant tax breaks to Scientology-linked tutoring programs?
Los Catrachos is a happy, happy mess
The millennium's already upon us, but Angels in America continues to approach
The merger of St. Louis-based Streetside Records with CD World may come at a price.
Bonne Terre Mines
Father James Carney left St. Louis to work with the poor in Honduras, putting him at odds with both church and state. Fifteen years after his mysterious death, a new CIA report raises more questions than answers.