Canadian coffee-and-doughnut chain Tim Horton's announced an enterprising expansion plan yesterday to put over 800 new locations in the United States in the next few years, including 40 in St. Louis. Tim Horton's first came down in 1985 to Buffalo, New York, which now has over 200 locations. See al ... More >>
Courtesy of the artistSpankalicious at the Copper Dragon last week in Carbondale, Illinois. Local bounce beatsmith Spankalicious recently made the move to Cincinnati, and tomorrow night he plays one of his last 2011 dates in St. Louis at 2720 Cherokee (2720 Cherokee Street, 314-664-9900) with ... More >>
Image viaIt's been nearly a decade since Valient Thorr arrived on Earth - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, to be exact - from its home on Venus. This Sunday the band will make its second St. Louis appearance in six months, opening for Motorhead at Pop's. In September Valient Thorr headlined at th ... More >>
Screenshot: www.cinemastlouis.orgâ€‹The Sneak makes a rare second appearance this week to continue her adventures at the St. Louis International Film Festival. See Tuesday's column for the first half of Round Two.Shows: Stolen Lives, the much-hyped feature film starring local boy made mad, Jon Hamm ... More >>
Men's Health and Women's Health magazines have come out with their ranking of the 100 best -- and worst -- cities in America for healthy living. St. Louis ranks as the second-worst city in both Men's Health and Women's Health, with only Bakersfield, California, and Charleston, West Virginia, respect ... More >>
Coen brothers transcend themselves with No Country for Old Men.
Was it a Kenyan assassin who killed the St. Louis missionary -- or was it madness? Seven years later, the verdict is in.
Harold Ramis' Ice Harvest is just a reheated Christmas caper
A female ironworker fights back against abuse in the riveting North Country
Our best pal, Chuck Klosterman, brings Killing Yourself to Live to Left Bank Books
Blind Phyllis learns the "Tush Push"
The thrill of the kill is the name of the game for the Drury brothers, stars of America’s most breathless hunting videos
Week of November 11, 2004
As Nazi artillery fire draws nearer, two opposites share an unlikely love
The Cooler, somewhat unbelievably, asks us to swallow a Las Vegas fairy tale
In Laurel Canyon, a little erotic temptation proves good for the soul
The Guns N' Roses tour collapses, and Axl folds. Is anyone really surprised?
Billy Bob doesn't say much, but he's the perfect Man for the Coens' con job
Terry Zwigoff and Daniel Clowes trap us with a raptor in Ghost World
The Ice in Me (Up)
Co-written and directed by Joel Coen
Dance St. Louis
Directed by Nick Gomez
Directed by John Frankenheimer
A flat-rate cell-phone deal sounded good until the phones stopped working and company executives stopped talking
Written and directed by Alan Rudolph
Directed by Michael Patrick Jann