Arthur's on the rocks, at least in Missouri.
New York Times reporter Arthur G. Sulzberger (more recognizable by his byline A.G. Sulzberger), the heir to the Times' media throne -- he's the son of the current publisher -- has set sail from his post at the Gray Lady's new Kansas City bureau to take a ... More >>
We don't know how you can possibly not know this, but here's a gentle reminder, dear readers: Tomorrow is Valentine's Day. So why not celebrate with what is arguably the most romantic of the arts: poetry! (Argument may come from those who support cooking)
C.D. Wright and Forrest Gander, who also ha ... More >>
Aimee LevittAndria Simckes (right) and her mother, Evelyn Lard, might be the only two kosher soul-food cooks in St. Louis.Few cuisines would appear to be as incompatible -- nay, irreconcilable -- as kosher food and soul food. It's not that Jews don't have soul -- it's just that they're strong ... More >>
The New York Times just posted an obituary of Theodore R. Sizer, founder of the Coalition of Essential Schools, who reportedly died yesterday at his home in Massachusetts.Writes Times reporter Margalit Fox:Sizer was best known as the father of the Essential Schools movement, which he founded in 1984 ... More >>
Today the COTUS (Commandante of the United States) indoctrinated the youth of America with a speech laden with socialist rhetoric. A few of those references were very apparent, while many more were extremely subtle -- part of the Obama administration's vast conspiracy to brainwash the nation thro ... More >>
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'?)