Another Gathering of the Juggalos has come and gone, and with it, thousands of face-painted, fun-loving freaks and misfits to and from the event's first year in Thornville, Ohio. While the move from the deep wilderness of Cave-In-Rock, Illinois, to this year's decidedly more inhabited location did m ... More >>
Looking for a good place to see flashy and exciting music played at high volume, have your mind blown by dark and powerful sounds, or just stomp around like a drunken goon with your shirt off? Then a heavy metal concert might be just the place for you. Each month I'll be offering my top picks of the ... More >>
Have you noticed the latest ad campaign from Arby's? It features a "legendary detective" trumpeting the fact that Arby's doesn't get its meat from a "factory," as Subway does, but slices it fresh in the restaurant. In one of these ads, this detective even tries to give a meat slicer to a Subway emp ... More >>
So, Colby Rasmus has cornrows. We heard about the news at -- where else? -- the beauty parlor. And while public reaction to the new look has been mixed (we're hoping his biggest fan approves), it got us to thinking: What are the worst hairstyles ever in sports? Following is our list. Got your own no ... More >>
Pro wrestling and arena concerts may seem like vastly different species. But they're not that far off. World Wrestling Entertainment camped out Sunday at Scottrade Center for this year's Royal Rumble, arguably the mega-federation's second biggest pay-per-view of the year next to its annual Wrestlem ... More >>
TNA Wrestling brought its pay-per-view "Lockdown" to St. Louis yesterday (well, St. Charles anyway) and like any rasslin' event worth its tights included an impressive array of acrobatics and dirty tricks. Here, in ascending order, are the Top 5:
Sunday. Sunday. SUNDAY! Live at the St. Charles Family Arena. It's TNA Wrestling's 2010 Lockdown. Wrestling connoisseurs the world over will be tuning in via pay-per-view to watch team Hulk Hogan take on team Ric Flair (yes, these two old dogs are still around, popping their joints out of socket ... More >>
Thanks to all those who played Daily RFT's ticket giveaway for TNA's Lockdown. We got more than a dozen replies, many within minutes of our post going live. Winners were Jay Gross and Beau Giessman who correctly answered the following three questions: 1. Who did Hulk Hogan fight in the first thr ... More >>
Oh yeah, brother!Terry Bollea -- a.k.a. Hulk Hogan -- will be appearing tonight at the central library downtown from 7 to 10 p.m. Read the RFT preview of the Hulk's visit.The Hulkster swings through St. Louis to support his new autobiography "Hulk Hogan: My Life Outside the Ring", and guess what? ... More >>
Step inside New Market Hardware (4064 Laclede Avenue) in the Central West End for a tour of the 95-year-old shop, and find out why they have so many pictures of Hulk Hogan, Mr. T. and the Ultimate Warrior -- among others -- on the walls. It's the Best Hardware Store in St. Louis for 2009; read why ... More >>
In honor of the annual American Mustache Institutes's'Stache Bash (this Saturday in St. Louis), we tracked down some famous and infamous mustaches (you can also spell it moustaches if you'd like). Hell, some mustaches aren't even famous. Some well-known 'staches aren't even on humans. For more gre ... More >>
But Sugar is sweet and Traces of the Trade leaves its mark.
Unreal goes toe to toe with pro-wrestling historian Irvin Muchnick, works on our novel and narrowly escapes from a bear trap.
A terminal kid seeks a stroke of luck in One Last Thing...
Our critics chew on the film trends of '05
You came, you saw, you voted: the winners of the 2005 Riverfront Times Music Awards
Week of March 2, 2005
Vin Diesel moves in, and the laughs move out
Bad timing and institutional racism kept Gary Jackson out of pro wrestling's spotlight. But he's got St. Louis in a hammer lock.
"Dangerous" Derek McQuinn sold his soul for a piece of the Gold Exchange
Week of April 17, 2002
Directed by Barry Blaustein
May 5 - 12, 1999