Watching the 2014 Super Bowl commercials, one thing is clear: These companies are shooting for virality. Just being seen by millions of TV viewers isn't enough anymore. For marketers to be happy with their extremely expensive Super Bowl commercials, they have to be shared, liked, clicked, tweeted ... More >>
For nineteen years, Mon Rai, a 29-year-old immigrant in St. Louis, lived under terrible conditions at a refugee camp in Nepal. "It was such a miserable life. We didn't have sufficient food to eat, no sanitation program, no good health services," Rai wrote in an essay last year. "It was like a hell ... More >>
Today's comment comes in response to last Friday's post, "Science Center's Cataloging Problems Spread to Art Museum."From "STL Neighbor": "Instead of spending so much time obsessing about those roadside souvenirs you claim are so valuable, spend some time learning the English language (its vary no ... More >>
AmericanApparel.comWe can easily make these American Apparel threads in St. Louis. Can't we?A year ago we wrote how American Apparel (think Old Navy for monochromatic, urban fashionistas with disposable income) was considering opening a St. Louis store. The company even emailed the Riverfront Times ... More >>
It's all about the Benjamins
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9 p.m. Friday, January 4. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
A shy St. Louis poet pens subversive detective stories set in his communist homeland.
The Mexican calls dibbies on Spanish
Phantom Punch (Astralwerks)
Bully takes you back to the battlefield of high school.