On December 17, 1862, nearly 150 years ago (minus six months or so), General Ulysses S. Grant expelled the Jews from the Department of the Tennessee, the war zone under his command, which stretched from northern Mississippi to Cairo, Illinois, between the Mississippi and Tennessee rivers. Within th ... More >>
This week's Riverfront Times explores our city's literary history. Check back throughout the week for online-only maps and articles supplementing this week's cover story. image viaHoward NemerovNot all St. Louis writers have been natives. Most of the transplants, it is true, came here becaus ... More >>
flickr.com/photos/stargazer95050 "And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air."The ever-insightful Michael Kinsley today pens a right-as-rain column on why our "notoriously unsingable" national anthem ought to banished, from the New York Harbor to the redwood forests -- a ... More >>
See the Rep's production of Tuesdays with Morrie if you must — but see it for Bernie Passeltiner's performance.
Hoop dreams die hard for coach John Campbell and his Sanford-Brown Indians
Before stunning defeat, Wash. U.'s Robin Lahargoue blew out a knee, ending solitary sacrifice for a team that defines gender difference in athletics
Waxing romantic over husband-and-wife collaborators the Hirsch-Pinkas Piano Duo
Boulevard editor Richard Burgin recalls meeting Jorge Luis Borges, the great Argentine writer who found expression for the infinite