It used to be that a rite of passage for every theater company was to stage Thornton Wilder's Our Town. Times have changed. Now that rite of passage seems to have passed on to The Rocky Horror Show. This week the NonProphet Theater Company takes its best shot. Consider yourself alerted. Or warned, a ... More >>
Why do Mexicans crank their music up so loud?
Maggiano's Little Italy places style over substance
Bad News Bears isn't about baseball. It's about America.
Will Smith helps others find love, though probably not with this movie
Missourians have a healthy appetite for wild game meat. Some say raccoon tastes better than roast beef.
We lament the impending doom of our beloved train-trailer, talk to a guy with some great squirrel recipes and go to jail. Plus: Can taking Communion give you the flu?
Spielberg and Hanks spawn a daring new genre: The post-9/11 comedy
Week of August 6, 2003
The many colors and kinds of immigration are addressed in SIU-Edwardsville's grouping of nine one-act plays
Two Pecan Tree Pond
Warp Remixes (Warp/Matador)