Every couple weeks, starting now, RFT Music takes a hard listen to the music in which millions of Americans soak. Brad Paisley, "Southern Comfort Zone" Current Billboard Country Singles Chart Position: 10 The Verdict: Holy shit, songs on the radio can still be important! So, here, in a shimmering ... More >>
In an editorial last Wednesday, the Post-Dispatch lamented public distrust of the media (which is now at a record high, according to Gallup). The daily suggested that both conservative and liberal cable-news hotheads may or may not be totally to blame, but surely don't help the situation. So what do ... More >>
Rep. Russ Carnahan was in the hot seat last night on Stephen Colbert's Better Know A District series on the Colbert Report.
Megadeth rocker Dave Mustaine raised a few collective eyebrows this week when he endorsed former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum's bourgeoning presidential bid. The former Pennsylvania senator has been gaining steam as of late after prevailing in a trio of February contests, including Missouri's non-bindin ... More >>
Here's your weekly St. Louis bestseller list for the week ending December 18, as compiled by the St. Louis Independent Booksellers Alliance and based on sales at Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, Pudd'nhead Books, Subterranean Books and Sue's News. 'Twas the week before Christmas and all anybody ... More >>
image viaLast week, as they do once a year, fans of Detroit hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse converged on Cave-in-Rock, Illinois (160 miles southeast of St. Louis) for the Gathering of the Juggalos. It's a time when fans of the band and their Psychopathic Records label mates convene for music, ... More >>
Kinder: Tweets gone wild.As you may be aware, the NAACP came out this week with a report connecting the Tea Party to fringe racist movements. As you can imagine, the Tea Party rejects the racist allegations. Now, one of Missouri's biggest Tea Party cheerleaders, Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, is turning ... More >>
Ben Folds and his piano rocked the Chaifetz Arena last night, despite the less-than-intimate venue and somewhat-inattentive crowd. The personable popstar didn't chat as much between songs, possibly because it's hard to unite a crowd in an oversized venue like the Chaifetz. For such an intim ... More >>
Back in January when Riverfront Times profiled the local Tea Party co-founder and 97.1-FM personality Dana Loesch, the conservative media publisher Andrew Breitbart told this newspaper that if Loesch was doing her thang out of New York, she'd be showing up on Fox News' Hannity and O'Reilly Factor ... More >>
Favre tearfully retires from the Packers back in March 2008.In what has become an annual tradition, it now looks as if Brett Favre is once again coming out of retirement. This time, he plans on going to the Minnesota Vikings, largely because he apparently wants to get revenge on the Green Bay Packer ... More >>
7:30 p.m. Thursday, February 19. Chaifetz Arena, 1 Compton Avenue.
Los Straightjackets reinterprets some American and Brit rock and soul and Common finds Forever.
Despite feeling snubbed by Kerouac, Unreal's wide awake, hammered, packing pink heat and looking for a sign from God.
One gabacho really wants to know.
A round-up of summer's surefire hits (and definite duds)
For once, Unreal is scared to get between the sheets. Plus: Anheuser-Busch gets buzzed, and the Francis Howell School District plans to take back Christmas.
We're plenty happy to try out new Lifestyles
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
Mr. Night and Ms. Day battle it out over dessert-icon supremacy
The Year in Review: A Quiz
A loose-lipped former train conductor is looking to get his long-shot congressional bid on track
The Trackboyz see the future, and it is us
We chat with a fresh-faced John Oates, pick the brain behind M.O.T.O. and play a scary game with Burnt by the Sun
Week of August 25, 2004
Dan Savage will be happy to field your kinky queries this Monday at Left Bank
The politically incorrect comedian wants you to know he's a Midwesterner at heart
Al Franken speaks
Some folks deserve our congratulations (kisses, Wash. U.!), some our patronage (we love Don Bellon's beautiful, found-object-filled deli) and still others our furrowed brow (hijinx on Bill O'Reilly's Web site: wha'?)
Week of May 7, 2003
Week of April 2, 2003
Iraq and roll don't go together well when rockers protest
Thanks to The O'Reilly Factor and Pepsi, Ludacris got a bad rap
2002 proved that TV has no shame at any hour
But just think, no one hates TV more than Trent Lott
Michael Moore goes threshing about in search of fear itself
Goofy name aside, Wholly Mackerel has a promising future
Ashcroft deserves a better role in the Enron scandal