It averaged just 26 mph during its 21-hour flight yesterday from Dallas, but finally, at 1 a.m., the Solar Impulse touched down at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. The revolutionary solar airplane made of carbon fiber can travel night and day without fuel. The Swiss-based aircraft is traveli ... More >>
In the lead-up to this past weekend's Grammy Awards, Gut Check received a press release announcing singer Chaka Khan's new line of chocolates and candles, which were released in the Grammy "gift lounge" this past Thursday. The singer sure had fun naming these new products. The chocolates are called ... More >>
Surely it could not have been easy being one of the lesser Ramones, but never let it be said that Marky Ramone, who assumed the drum kit after Tommy dropped out, was content to rest on the laurels of secondhand rock stardom. Even as the band stopped touring and its founding members slipped off this ... More >>
Missouri History MuseumService Cross of the German Eagle. Presented to Charles A. Lindbergh by Hermann Goering, 1938. Charles A. Lindbergh received dozens of medals and accolades for his 1927 transatlantic flight, and immediately upon landing became one of the first international celebrities. The ... More >>
image viaHappy 100th birthday, L. Ron!OK, it's true, the dateline on the press release the Church of Scientology sent us about the centennial of its founder L. Ron Hubbard was March 13. But it didn't land in Unreal's e-mail in-box until March 16. (Yes, we know, it's March 18 now, but we're st ... More >>
Adam DavenportZombie Lindbergh Ink & Drink Comics started out as a social gathering for St. Louis comic creators to meet up and drink beer while talking about comics. However, the group's enthusiasm soon outgrew simple conversation -- and they decided to pool their talents and start making co ... More >>
This St. Louis crooner plays old tunes for old folks.
We now wait in anticipation for the next You Are Here."
An emerging star will take on the Muny in Annie Get Your Gun
The X Prize is back on the map
Lindbergh returns, in spirit
On the 100th anniversary of the Wright brothers' achievement, the St. Louis Science Center reaches new heights
Plus: charter control; the opera comes to town; and so does the wrecking ball
Play evokes aura of Lindy's flight; other playbills feature funny gays and surly Danes
The travels of Captain Lindbergh will fascinate kids and adults alike
Opera Theatre of St. Louis premieres a homegrown epiphany, Loss of Eden
St. Louisans love Lindbergh, but do they love him enough to endure opera?
On the eve of the 75th anniversary of his transatlantic flight, Historyonics Theatre examines Charles Lindbergh
The Missouri Historical Society unveils a new exhibit dedicated to the first true media superstar
Opera Theatre of St. Louis charts the course for the world premiere of a Lindbergh opera
Why TWA keeps losing money and how Carl Icahn keeps cashing in at the airline's expense