Deborah HylandWith the spate of recent comic book adaptations, it's not surprising to finally see a Tintin movie. The real surprise is how long it took. Christopher Reeve reestablished the Superman franchise in 1978; Spiderman swung across the screen in 2002. Even the uber-imperialist Phantom ... More >>
This week's number five adult bestseller, the work of a couple of St. Louis cops.Here's your weekly St. Louis bestseller list for the week ending July 24, as compiled by the St. Louis Independent Booksellers Alliance and based on sales at Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, Pudd'nhead Books, ... More >>
Amanda WoytusDrink portable pinot at work! Your boss won't suspect a thing! Ours didn't! Last week, Gut Check suggested that instead of purchasing pricey booze at concerts and baseball games this summer, you should just sneak in your own portable wine and Pocket Shots. And then Gut Check ... More >>
Avoid trusting R/Hr fans and matchbox twenty haters in particular. It's Friday morning, and you are depressed. If you still have a pair of IMAX glasses on, or regular glasses made to look like omnioculars, you're depressed because you just got back from the midnight showing of Harry Potter an ... More >>
Chrissy WilmesThere's something wonderful about waiting in line in a swarm of like-minded fans for the release of a film you're ecstatic about. Waiting in a crowd of hundreds of excited Muggles dressed in their Hogwarts' finest, however, is downright magical. And perhaps the theater was as ... More >>
Calm down -- just because the Harry Potter movie franchise comes to an end this weekend with the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, the Hogwarts kids will live on in these wizarding-inspired eats. Until they're devoured. Then commence moaning like Myrtle. Of course, for the f ... More >>
Courtesy Wendy LowVote for us, darn it!A few years back, Parkway North High School student Wendy Low and some of her friends thought it would be a great idea for the school to use solar panels to meet its electrical needs. The administration was all for it. Just one thing: Solar panels cost money ... More >>
Unreal relishes being among the nation's most literate and and gets close with the NuttyBuddy.
Unreal considers becoming an ass-vertizer and wonders what's up with Dunc's junk.
Unreal goes cornholing. What? Isn't that enough?
Read a good book under an old oak tree.