In typical Missouri fashion, we went from 67 to snow in less than 24 hours this week. Don't let that get you down -- there's plenty of events to warm up your belly this weekend. Enjoy the snow falling and roast a few marshmallows in the Central West End or have brunch with Santa downtown. Check out ... More >>
No, it's not snowing yet, but we've got plenty of events to keep you warm, busy and full this weekend. Take one for the team and eat a cupcake for St. Louis Children's Hospital, or enjoy two of the greatest things ever (beer and barbecue) at Capitalist Pig's Hop and Hog Festival. Check out our food- ... More >>
There's something for every food lover this weekend, whether its beer, cupcakes, po' boys, or Indian food. Celebrate Diwali at the St. Louis County Library or celebrate New Orleans at the Best of BOB Festival at Broadway Oyster Bar. Check out the rest of our food-related recommendations after the ju ... More >>
RFT layout editor Kholood Eid contributed to this post. image viaIn case you've been living under a rock, you probably know that this Saturday is Christmas Day, a time for joy and family and celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. But what if you are joyless or family-less or see no reason to ... More >>
Have you heard the news today? A guy in Fenton says he's planning a petition campaign to do away with the state's personal property tax. That's the tax you pay each year on your automobiles, boats, motorcycles, farm equipment and ATVs. Never mind the fact that you already paid a state sales tax o ... More >>
Ebenezer Scrooge: Brought to you by the same author who created the notoriously cringe-worthy Jewish stereotype, Fagin. Well, it's that time of year again. Christmas. We all know what that means. Twenty-four hour marathons of A Christmas Story on TBS. Gaudy lights tacked onto just about ever ... More >>
This holiday season Dennis discovers that one head-scratcher leads to another.
Dennis chats with Myron Freedman and Andrew Michael Neiman, the leads in St. Louis Shakespeare's A Tale of Two Cities
'Tis the season
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
The Riverfront Times' performing arts guide
An update of Christmas past makes for a fine Christmas present
A kinder, gentler Shylock waylays New Jewish Theatre's Merchant
Lynyrd Skynyrd at 30
Why is it so difficult to simply live and let live? St. Louis Shakespeare answers the question in supreme fashion.