This is part two of Gut Check's Chef's Choice profile of Eric Heath of Cleveland-Heath. Read part one, a profile of Heath, here. Part three, a recipe from Heath, will be available on Friday.
For years Eric Heath and Jenny Cleveland planned to open a restaurant together. But when they found the pe ... More >>
This is part one of Gut Check's Chef's Choice profile of Eric Heath of Cleveland-Heath. Part two, a Q & A with Heath, will appear Thursday. Part three, a recipe from Heath, will be available on Friday.
"Sometimes, we'll get cooks in here who are like, 'You don't sous-vide? You don't do this? You ... More >>
Selecting the Riverfront Times Best of St. Louis 2012 was no picnic. Choosing the winner meant several worthy candidates would go unmentioned -- until now. In this Gut Check series, we're chewing our way through notable runners up in a number of categories. To see hundreds more winners and finalists ... More >>
Gut Check reported last month on Cleveland-Heath, the new restaurant opening at 106 North Main Street in Edwardsville, Illinois (the former Fond space). This week, Jennifer Cleveland, who owns the restaurant with partner (in life as well as business) Eric Heath, checked in with us to say that the ... More >>
There will be 3,000 flags planted in Forest Park to honor the dead.
On September 11, 2001, the country was shaken by terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Ten years later, St. Louis is coming together to remember -- and pay homage both to those lost in the attacks and ... More >>
In this week's feature story, "Smackdown," we chronicle the life of Angela Halliday, a self-described heroin junkie from Bethalto, Illinois, who's now facing two drug-induced homicide charges for her alleged roles in a pair of drug deals that led to fatal overdoses.
Yesterday, we reported o ... More >>
In this week's feature story, "Smackdown," we chronicle the life of Angela Halliday, a self-described heroin junkie from Bethalto, Illinois, who's now facing drug-induced homicide charges for her alleged role in a drug deal that led to an acquaintance's fatal overdose.
"Smackdown" doesn't d ... More >>
In this week's feature story, "Smackdown," we chronicle the life of Angela Halliday, a self-described heroin junkie from Bethalto, Illinois, who's now facing drug-induced homicide charges for her alleged role in a drug deal that led to an acquaintance's fatal heroin overdose.
Halliday, a fo ... More >>
A local political discussion group that says it stresses civility over ideology is planning to have a "patriotic Muslim-American" speaker at their next kaffeklatsch -- on the eleventh of September. They've been booted from a venue they've used several times in the past. The coffee shop owner says ... More >>
The weird saga of the City Nights club in East Boogie just got a little weirder. And a lot hotter. Because it burned down last night. That's why we say, "hotter." Only a few months after a black man was murdered in this apparently all-white dive, the building went down in flames at 12:20 a. ... More >>
Of all the places to open a nightclub that advertises "Hot Girls, Cold Beer" and supposedly only allows white people to enter, East St. Louis, Illinois has to be at the bottom of the list of likely locations. Not only is the city's population 98 percent African-American, it also prohibits "sexually ... More >>
Film still from The Everett Collection via Time.comImagine your dog is old. Really old. We're talking 100 dog years old.Now-- after a decade of playing fetch, belly scratching, begging for table scraps, and pissing on the carpet--- the dog is sick. It can't walk, can't see, can't hardly even eat ... More >>
mugshot via stltoday.comDr. Charles EarnshawOn Tuedsay, Dr. Charles Earnshaw of Alton, Illinois pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and unlawful use of a weapon. As part of the plea deal, prosecutors agreed to drop other weapons and DUI charges the doctor was facing. The judge in the ca ... More >>
photo by Jennifer SilverbergEast St. Louis Mayor Alvin ParksEast St. Louis mayor and liquor commissioner Alvin Parks may have finally had it with his city's nightclubs. After a bloody weekend that left four people injured or dead in two days at nightspots scattered across town, Parks says last ca ... More >>