Faring Purth's mural "Prime" sprawls across the south-facing wall of the Nebula Coworking building at the corner of Cherokee Street and Jefferson Avenue, but apparently its new neighbor across the parking lot, Family Dollar, threw a fit over an early version of the work. The problem? Just a little ... More >>
Last evening at around 7:15, city cops say, they fielded a call about gunshots up in the Mark Twain I-70 Industrial neighborhood, near the city's border with Pine Lawn. When officers arrived at the intersection of Darby Street and Natural Bridge Avenue (across from the Family Dollar store), they fou ... More >>
St. Louis police are seeking the public's help in identifying a man (right) believed to have robbed at least three area businesses. In each case the suspect has worn a wig, either a large Afro or gold dreadlocks. The latest robbery occurred July 29 when he held up the Penn Station East Coast Subs ... More >>
Hand over pimp shoes, go directly to jail.What a race! By a slim three percentage points Daily RFT readers this weekend voted Latasha Jewell McFarland as Ass Clown of the Week. McFarland earned the title after admitting last week in court that she forced a 13-year-old runaway into prostitution -- ... More >>
Man allegedly stole several bottles of Downy and Tide.This story is just sad. Yesterday around 1 p.m. a man and woman walk into a Family Dollar in Hazelwood with a young girl in tow. Employees say they saw the man stuff laundry detergent and fabric softener into his pants before leaving the store ... More >>
St. Louis PoliceJames T. DukeSt. Louis police last week arrested James T. Duke in connection with two robberies last month in which the suspect allegedly dressed in women's clothing and armed himself with a long-barreled gun. The robberies occurred January 3 and 4 when the 28-year-old Duke allege ... More >>
Cherokee Street is trying to reclaim its working-class heritage. But the power brokers have made their peace with poverty.
Home is where they have to take you in. But for the Roma refugees who've come to St. Louis, there's no such place.