You may not have noticed the nationwide march of white supremacists carrying signs that "'Diversity'=White Genocide" on Saturday. That's good. You weren't supposed to.
It was a damp and chilly opening day for the eighth season of the Tower Grove Farmers' Market (Main Drive & Center Cross Drive, west of the wading pool; 314-771-4410 ), but that didn't stop St. Louisans from showing up to enjoy food, music and the variety of crafts from local artisans. Chilly weath ... More >>
Three years after he was tied to a sexual assault, Rod Jetton is back in Jefferson City. The Republican who served as Speaker of the House from 2005 to 2009 launched The Missouri Times last month. Jetton boasts that the weekly paper will be a "different kind of media outlet" dedicated to covering ... More >>
MoDOT, bless its cold, gravelly little heart, announced yesterday the worst traffic jams of 2013, uh, wait, make that its largest construction projects for the upcoming year. Huzzah! It's so rare when you know in advance what you'll be bitching and moaning about. You'd think that surviving the two- ... More >>
Even for a band that tours frequently, Electric Six rolls into town quite often. The dance-rocker's show tomorrow (Tuesday, November 6) will be its fifth appearance at the relatively young Firebird, and before that E6 also performed at Fubar and the late Creepy Crawl. I've seen almost all of the ban ... More >>
Branson man John Charles Howard, 50, has been charged with DUI fourteen times in Missouri and Kansas. Monday night in Overland Park, Kansas, he racked up lucky number 15. This one came with an increased degree of difficulty however: He was fleeing the scene of a suspected crime.
The early 2000s were Nelly's salad days, a time period where the University City rapper was known more for slinging out hits than his efforts to take over Branson or for dealing with burglars at his Wildwood home. An example: Nelly had the number one song in the country nine years ago today ... More >>
Roy KastenGlen Campbell The Bezemes Family Theater at the J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts September 9, 2011 The sound sailed out across the theatre. It was the last note of the last song of the last encore for the last show in St. Louis (St. Charles to be exact). That was it for Glen Camp ... More >>
wikimedia commonsThe extraneous requesting of Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird" is one of the longest running jokes in rock and roll history. It also ranks among the least funny. Each time a lazy heckler yells "Free Bird" at a rock band, a lose-lose situation results. The band is mocked and the he ... 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.) Cassidy's C.A.S.H.*Cassidy, C.A.S.H. The once gold-certified rapper returns with a new studio album. Stream the C.A.S.H. in full here. *Crushed Stars, Con ... More >>
Humane Society of MissouriA pit bull named Fay, rescued in July 2009, lost its lips to dogfighting injuries.‚ÄčIn July 2009 the Humane Society of Missouri teamed up with the FBI, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and several other law enforcement agencies to bust the largest dogfighting ring in U.S. ... More >>
Bring on the St. Louis jokes!‚ÄčA video has surfaced on YouTube of David Letterman's monologue from a 1997 episode of the Late Show featuring an exclusively St. Louis audience. In the video, posted by St. Louis TV and radio personality JC Corcoran, Letterman sings praise for the city, even busting o ... More >>
B-Sides highlights must-see acts in this weekend's Show-Me Blowout.
The Best of St. Louis? Not everyone thinks so.
El Scorcho promises a chile reception.
St. Louis drivers are courteous? Unreal doesn't believe it.
A lust for the grotesque and a thirst for the jugular: the mad mind of printmaker Tom Huck
A St. Louis company is making a killing off Halloween. Your screams are music to their ears.
The polls say St. Louis isn't an adventurous city, but we disagree as we smoke a fat one on a bus, vote Republican and take on The Friendliest Stores in Town.
Countryís hardcore hard-ass is still bringiní it.
Columbia's True/False Film Festival tops itself. Again.
Unreal's eyes are smilin' on the Irish Person of the Year. Plus, a sobering Local Blog o' the Week, some much-loved clean jokes and...what were we talking about?
Has Man of La Mancha's day passed?
Unreal wanders into an un-bear-ably raucous party, plans a Missouri escape and visits a local blogger who's worried about Sheryl Crow; plus, our fantastic suggestion for the Mark McGwire Highway
Our favorite inanimate objects celebrate birthdays, Russ Carnahan snags the Hefner endorsement, and Silver Dollar City gets political; plus, we find the real WMDs (in St. Charles!) and Bill Haas phones it in
Hometown legend Bennie Smith joins other blues greats at the "Guitar Masters 2002" show
With a unique menu ménage à trois, Maurizio's covers all late-night bases
It's lonely at the top for Talent and Carnahan
Week of June 12, 2002
Ten tiny amendments
Why the Cardinals aren't moving across the river
Armed with a Confederate flag, Jason Scott declared war on uptight high-school officials
When Chris Nilhas learned he had cancer, his wife, Beckie, knew she might lose him. She didn't know she and their three young sons would also risk losing everything else.
The People Project only gets worse
Bring in da funk, bring in da bucks: backstage with Dr. Zhivegas, St. Louis' most popular -- and derided -- cover band
Steeling a moment with Overland country-music legend DeWitt Scott Sr.
Local Quixote Ed Golterman tilts at civic windmills in his quest to rehabilitate Kiel Opera House
That Bob Costas guy really gets around
Published the week of February 16