The legislative session in Missouri is finally over. And after months of heated debates on guns, lawmakers have sent controversial bills to the governor that would dramatically change the concealed-carry permit application process -- and increase protections for gun owners. That is, these bills ma ... More >>
State Senator Dan Brown is not trying to teach all Missouri first-graders how to use guns. But a lot of people think he is. A frustrated Brown tells Daily RFT that his proposed school safety and training bill, which was introduced exactly one day before the tragic Sandy Hook massacre, would mandat ... More >>
The tides are changing in the race for Mayor of the City of St. Louis. So says the campaign manager for Lewis Reed, the Board of Alderman president hoping to replace Mayor Francis Slay, who is running for an unprecedented fourth term. What's the Reed Campaign's proof? The challenger last night sna ... More >>
The Fixx The Old Rock House August 22,2012 At a time when many new wave bands are reforming just for the sake of cashing on nostalgia the Fixx is having none of that. Thanks in part to their energized fanbase, the Fixx continues to tour with the same spark and passion it had "back in the day." Wh ... More >>
A new message from owner Dan Brown on the Web site of Tanner B's (2855 Shenandoah Avenue), which has closed "for winter." Due to overwhelming requests, Tanner B's will open this Friday and Saturday at 5:30pm for "Last Call". Food will not be served, but beer and booze will be. No sniveling, cryin ... More >>
What made Lionel Sands go off the deep end?
Indigo Prophecy offers creepy fun, but fails to live up to the hype.
Indigo Prophecy offers creepy fun, but fails to live up to the hype
We picnic with Parrotheads, get literary with book-minded bands and witness an old-fashioned blues royale
Tanner B's is a worthy heir to the cozy tavern on Shenandoah