No suits. No resumes. If you're looking for a job in St. Louis' technology industry, Mapquest co-founder Chris Heivly wants you to bring your business card and your smile to his sixth circus-themed job fair -- the first in St. Louis. "As a job seeker, you never get a chance to look someone in the e ... More >>
Get outside this weekend! Fair Saint Louis awaits with plenty of festival fare: The World's Largest Catsup Bottle Festival hits Collinsville, Illinois; the Saint Louis Art Museum kicks off its free summer film series on Art Hill; Eckert's fruit is just the right level of ripeness and more. Just take ... More >>
Robin WheelerThe Arancini from Mangia Mobile.As reported this morning in the St. Louis Business Journal (and Tweeted by you), Mangia Mobile must change its name. A hearing today will determine exactly how and when the family-owned food truck must go about doing so. This decision comes follo ... More >>
In addition to friendly natives and muggy weather, St. Louis provides a myriad of places to light up.Smoking ban? What smoking ban?We recently got an up-to-date list of bars that have received exemptions from the city's nine-month-old smoking ban from gadfly Bill Hannegan, who advocates for the f ... More >>
Law students seeking models of sober legal rhetoric might skip over the memorandum recently filed by Al Watkins, attorney for the food truck Mangia Mobile. The pleading represents his official response to the trademark infringement lawsuit brought by brick-and-mortar restaurant Mangia Italiano (3 ... More >>
Artist: Joel Diamond Experience Album: Joel Diamond Experience From: Vintage Vinyl Year: 1979 Label: Casablanca Record and FilmWorks What it sounds like: Disco-licous. John Travolta twirling around looking dapper in a white suit.
Here's what's scheduled for release this week.
Two vampire classics are back. Unfortunately, this time they bite.
(With a party)
Steven Soderbergh tries, and largely fails, to make 'em like they used to.
The Mel Brooks Collection
White Countess writes an inglorious final chapter for a dynamic filmmaking duo
Albert Brooks looks for comedy and comes up empty
Ten great discs that were, ahem, underserved by the media this year
Wednesday, March 10; Pageant
Poignant but a bit flaccid, Gloomy Sunday almost satisfies
This ain't your rabbi's Holy Land
Week of September 10, 2003
Week of January 29, 2003
Warner's biggest fans turn on their hero, feeling betrayed
Ghost letter from a powerbroker teaches Slay the perils of using the bully pulpit
The Circle is a powerhouse of a film about women in Iran
Upset over a new pay policy, docs are checking out of St. Louis University Hospital
Written and directed by Chuck Workman