When Milad Abounader, 73, went to visit his wife's grave in Calvary Cemetery in north St. Louis on Mother's Day, he was horrified by what he saw.
"She doesn't deserve this. No one does," Abounader, whose wife Jean died last month, tells Daily RFT. "They need to bury her properly."
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When you're paying more than $50,000 per year for your college education, you expect a return on your investment -- like, say, a job when you graduate.
So maybe you can understand the rumblings of panic emerging from Washington University after the International Herald Tribune released the results ... More >>
In the past decade, there have been so many indie-rock band reunions, and so many song-by-song recreations of now-classic albums, that the whole scene threatens to take on the tacky air of a 1950s or 1960s nostalgia revue. Only a very few of these reunited bands have managed to get back together and ... More >>
image viaHow do you come up with a scientific theory that will totally rock the world and continue to be debated 150 years later? If you were Charles Darwin, you'd take a long boat ride to the Galápagos Islands and spend lots of time examining the beaks of the local finches, a process he des ... More >>
Amy Winehouse, formerly a professor of physics at Cambridge, is seen here after an hour of ESPN's baseball coverage. Just when I thought ESPN couldn't possibly get their baseball any more wrong than they already have, they surprise me and go beyond all previous levels of craptitude just to prove ... More >>
For years Anheuser-Busch has used the slogan, "Making Friends is Our Business." But could a recent (and much publicized) feud prove too powerful for even the "King of Beers" to mend? That's the topic under intense debate in the nation's capital, where President Barack Obama this week plans to inv ... More >>