Fans of the St. Louis Cardinals, a.k.a. the best fans in baseball, were devastated to hear the team's linchpin and catcher Yadier Molina will be out for months after tearing a ligament in his thumb. Molina was sliding into third base foot-first when he injured his hand, ending his hopes of playing ... More >>
Hey, did you guys know that Jeff Tweedy was on the season finale of Parks and Recreation last night? I didn't. Wait, that's not quite true -- I heard about it a million months ago but kind of forgot until 40 minutes before the episode aired, and then I got excited and forced a friend to say that I c ... More >>
Most Jedi and Sith enjoyed the first-ever Star Wars night at Busch Stadium yesterday, but one woman felt like she was being oppressed by Palpatine's Galactic Empire when she was kicked out of the stadium for wearing a mask. Julie Sweetin, a nurse at a local hospital, spent two hours crafting her St ... More >>
"It is a period of civil war. Rebel spaceships, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the evil Galactic Empire." So begins the famous opening crawl to Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, the 1977 film that kicked off a universe full of furry dog-beasts, deadly weapons of l ... More >>
Star Wars in Concert, the symphonic tribute to the six George Lucas films, wraps up its U.S. dates Sunday in Nashville. Last night, the tour stopped in St. Louis at the Scottrade Center. Photographer Stew Smith roved the concourse looking for super fans -- and while he didn't find as many as he had ... More >>
Anthony Daniels -- that's An-TON-ee -- is not the nervous, bumbling droid C-3PO he played in six Star Wars movies. In fact, although he's not quite sure where the personality for the protocol droid came from, he doesn't shy away from his biggest role, despite the fact that he was behind a mask for a ... More >>
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Stolen in St. Louis in '73. Found last week on Steven Spielberg's wall.
Stolen in St. Louis in '73. Found today -- on Steven Spielberg's wall
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Written and directed by David O. Russell