Ian Madden calls KSDK-TV (Channel 5) rude, intrusive and unprofessional after the station prompted a 40 minute lockdown during an investigation into school security. "Maybe next time KSDK decides to cover something this important, they'll ensure the people the story impacts aren't too offended to l ... More >>
In this week's print issue, I tried to reconcile my complicated feelings about 1970s-styled soft rock. I'm old enough that I experienced this music in real time. One of the first songs I ever remember hearing is Bread's "Make It With You," which blogger/mellow historian Jason Hare identified as the ... More >>
State Rep. Stacey Newman (D-Richmond Heights) announced today that she will file legislation in January aimed at closing Missouri's "Gun Show Loophole" that allows for the sale of weapons without background checks. "After the recent horrific massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, ... More >>
A sophomore in the Hannibal School District fantasized about killing classmates -- but later claimed he was just blowing off steam. In 2006, a sophomore in the Hannibal, Missouri, school district confided to a classmate in a series of instant messages that he was angry about (what else?) being sp ... More >>
Dude, it's 4/20 this week, and you know what that means! (Hee, hee.) It's time to celebrate marijuana's unofficial holiday, and here to help you plan your day is Daily RFT. Behold! Our gift to you: A list of twenty great ways to spend April 20 in St. Louis -- be you baked, half-baked or, stone-cold ... More >>
If you've been wondering why your coworker is giggling uncontrollably and/or staring at his/her computer screen with bloodshot eyes, you might want to consider the date: April 20th.Yes, it is 4.20, the "high holiday" of stoner culture. (Also known as Hitler's birthday, the tenth anniversary of Colum ... More >>
3:30 p.m. Friday, July 20. Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, 14141 Riverport Drive, Maryland Heights.
Bully takes you back to the battlefield of high school.
Stand clear: A young St. Louis sculptor named Moses has entered the building
Wednesday, January 18; the Pageant (6161 Delmar Boulevard)
Last Days follows the final spiral of a tormented musician
A local musician speaks out on the tragic death of Dimebag Darrell
How do you lure disaffected suburban teens into the bosom of the church? Try this unholy trinity: rock & roll, junk food and Foosball.
Talking smack wreaks high school havoc in Mean Girls
Week of December 3, 2003
It's more fun watching the movie get made than watching the movie
Michael Moore goes threshing about in search of fear itself
Murder by Numbers yields neither mystery nor thrills in the sum of its parts
DEJ Productions tries to give "direct-to-video" a good name
Former St. Louisan Walt Winston has a serious John Lennon fixation, but he's a true original
Armed with a Confederate flag, Jason Scott declared war on uptight high-school officials
It's all semantics: A single CD and a four-track video compilation now constitutes a boxed set. When will it end?
Overland wasn't the only city helping put guns on the streets
Michael Moore gets out of his La-Z-Boy to find The Awful Truth
On some frequency in St. Louis, sports-talk radio takes on pro football and other opiates of the masses
An intense study of the mechanics of hate gets a staged reading by the New Jewish Theatre
A simple, happy message helped him become the nation's favorite preacher. Thanks to a Popsicle-slick PR machine and a talent for dodging tough questions, we've forgotten what Billy Graham is really all about.
Written and directed by Morgan J. Freeman