"Wanted dead, all the maplewood city police officers, paying one million per head." Those words posted on Craigslist by William Lawrence, a 33-year-old Maplewood resident, have officially earned the man a six-year prison sentence, a judge ruled yesterday in the bizarre death-threat case that repor ... More >>
We get it. MTV doesn't play music anymore. Now that you're done making the same tired objection that your uncle made ten years ago, maybe it's time you give the wayward TV station a little credit for at least getting back into the comedy business. Kirkwood-native Nikki Glaser and writer / comedia ... More >>
Forget what you hear about television watching contributing to obesity and impacting brain development. And never mind the report out this week that watching the boob tube hastens your death. Television is good. Specifically it is "amazing" and "the one perfect thing that's keep getting better." How ... More >>
The local daily is reporting that Charter Communications and KMOV (Channel 4) have reached a tentative agreement. This means that we'll still see Larry Conners (in the snakeskin boots there), Vickie Newton, John Mills and the rest of the KMOV local news family each night. The cable company was in a ... More >>
Week of December 21, 2006
Survey: Post-Dispatch finishes dead last in urban coverage.
PR flops. Staff upheaval. Shrill talk-show hosts. The Cardinals' flagship station can't seem to find the strike zone.
Week of February 23, 2006
Ethical issues take a back seat to synergy and branding in local sports media
Week of February 2, 2005
Week of January 26, 2005
Friday, August 20; America's Center
Get the vote out and your groove on at the Missouri Black Expo
Week of February 11, 2004
The year in review: A quiz (For answers, see last page)
Week of December 24, 2003
While we're at it, let's debate the future of Double Helix Television
An obscure funding source keeps local documentary filmmakers afloat
Shock jock's found a new way to annoy people
Free flicks at the Fox
The 10th annual St. Louis International Film Festival arrives this week, and with it a plethora of films and a revived energy
Following the greenbacks as Missouri gears up for Super Tuesday
City Hall makes a quick pick in an ugly battle over Internet and phone service. Prepare to pay the price.