Trailers for movies are expected, but now there are trailers for books, too, and video games. What about restaurants? We can probably all agree that restaurants do not need trailers or short films (not commercials) to promote themselves. Katie Lee and Ted Collier of Katie's Pizza & Pasta (9568 Manch ... More >>
Can't Stan the suspense? Here's what to do.Today is the big day. St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission will offer the St. Louis Rams their proposal to keep the team in town. At this early stage of negotiations, it's unclear what kind of bells and whistles the CVC is dangling in front of Ra ... More >>
Stan KroenkeSo, Post-Dispatch sports columnist Bernie Miklasz scored a rare interview yesterday with the reclusive Rams minority owner Stan Kroenke. Apparently, word has reached Kroenke at his home in Denver that Rams fans don't trust him, think he's sabotaging the sale of the team, and wants to ... More >>
Jennifer SilverbergAna Jennings with DP director Joan Lipkin."If I was able to break into entertainment, I'd change people's attitudes," says Ana Jennings, an actress in the DisAbility Project, the subject of this week's RFT feature story. "I'm a pretty good singer. I do comedy pretty well. I've ... More >>
After more than a month of robust activity, it feels as if the local theater scene is about to take a brief hiatus. Blues in the Night at the Black Rep and Little Shop of Horrors at Stages are both closing this weekend. After this weekend The Lady from Dubuque returns to that netherworld where Edwar ... More >>
Armageddapocalypse is here
A year-end wrap-up of what we adored, what was ignored and what the new year will bring.
Not Just the Best
of the Larry Sanders Show
The greatest boxed set ever -- not so much for the made-up irritainment as for the real thing, which this collection serves up by the ton. There are 23 brilliant episodes of the
A hero of the Hong Kong new wave returns the compliment.
Won't someone give Robert Guillaume the respect he deserves?
Week of April 6, 2005
The daughter of a hippie recluse grows to see the world her own way
The Crucible and Marat/Sade resonate anew in the Lou
Week of July 30, 2003
Scorsese looks at the roots of New York's violence, with mixed results