Dan Moore

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    January 30, 2013

    The Redbirds' New Ronny Cedeno

    In the neverending chase for mediocrity that is the Cardinal middle infield, a new salvo has been fired, and its name is Ronny Cedeno. Unfortunately, that's ex-Cub Ronny Cedeno, and if there's one thing I know in baseball, it's that the fewer ex-Cubs you have on your team, the better your chances ar ... More >>

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    January 23, 2013

    2013 RFT Web Awards Winners

    It's been said that employees engaging in social media while at work cost the U.S. economy $650 billion a year in lost productivity. That's $4,452 per company, and it doesn't even factor in the economic losses from plain, old Web surfing. Throw that into the mix, and good lordy: No wonder the econom ... More >>

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    January 3, 2013

    How Has Streaming Changed the Way Albums are Made?

    In this week's feature, Dan Moore talks about the way our music-listening habits have changed over the past century, all the way from live performance to instantaneous streaming of 99% of all recorded music. He asks a number of good questions. Among my favorites is this one: "Why listen to the worst ... More >>

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    November 12, 2012

    Paul McCartney at the Scottrade Center, 11/11/12: Review, Photos and Setlist

    70-year-old Paul McCartney tripped and fell face-first from his piano riser onto the stage at the Scottrade Center. It was halfway through the 35th song of a three hour set. He sprang back up, struck a pose like a cartoon thief caught in a spotlight, strapped on his guitar and started trading solos ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 26, 2012

    Out Every Night: The Best Shows From March 26 to April 1

    Still tired from last week? Too bad, March is unrelenting. Time to down some coffee, eat some energy bars and pack in the protein (might we recommend some pink slime?) because this week is jam-packed with shows as well. On Friday, two guys named Pete who happen to be legends in their respective fiel ... More >>

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    March 2, 2012

    Yadier Molina Sticking Around for Awhile

    ​The Cardinals and catcher Yadier Molina agreed yesterday on a contract extension for 5 years, one reported to be worth $75 million, with an option for a sixth year worth another $15 million. Add in the $7 million Molina is due to make this season, and this becomes the second-largest contract ever ... More >>

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    January 26, 2012
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    December 22, 2011

    The Cardinals Get Swindled

    Okay, so Swindle doesn't actually look like this in real life. He totally does in my head, though. ​Hey, remember when the Cardinals signed J.C. Romero, and I complained about it because he's sort of a lousy pitcher? Sure you do. You probably thought I was nuts for getting all up in arms about the ... More >>

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    December 8, 2011

    We Allege Peter Frampton Overdubbed; He Alleges We're Talking Out Of Our Asses

    Peter Frampton​Say what you will about Peter Frampton, but do not accuse him of apathy. Or, as we learned yesterday, of overdubbing. The iconic English rocker called the RFT offices yesterday because he took exception to a line in our piece Peter Frampton Comes Alive! in St. Louis: Five Othe ... More >>

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    July 26, 2011

    Smoking Popes' Josh Caterer On Deciding To Do A Concept Record And Touring

    Katie Hovland​Josh Caterer, lead singer and one of the three Caterer brothers in the four-piece Smoking Popes, was compared to his grandparents' crooners while he wrote torch songs like "Need You Around" in his early twenties and sang about fatherhood and adulthood on 2008's Stay Down, the ban ... More >>

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    October 26, 2010

    Cardinals Stuck in Routine: Rehire McGwire and Duncan for 2011

    Will leftover buns score runs next season? Ehh.​Meet the new bosses, same as the old bosses. So it shall be in the Cardinal clubhouse again in 2011, as the club has agreed on contracts with pretty much the entire coaching staff, including Dave Duncan and Mark McGwire, the only two anyone real ... More >>