Navy SEAL Eric Greitens has come home to St. Louis to help fellow Iraq vets.
St. Louis Police Chief Joe Mokwa and his officers may stand trial for violating the civil rights of “anarchists” in 2003.
Advocates for the disabled flag down Missouri’s highway builders and demand they pay greater attention to accessibility.
8 p.m. Wednesday, July 4. Budweiser Main Stage, on the Arch grounds, as part of Live on the Levee.
7 p.m. Thursday, October 26. Creepy Crawl (3524 Washington Boulevard).
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Week of April 13, 2006
Music news you can use
The Constant Gardener ripens into a distasteful thriller
In Hydeware's production of Death and the Maiden, the niggling questions obscure the big ones
Week of August 27, 2003
"Naming and shaming," the former Irish president and UN commissioner speaks out for the oppressed
Week of March 12, 2003
Webster University hosts the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
The aloof style of Justin Rigali served him well at the Vatican but distances him from the faithful of St. Louis
Can a non-9/11 benefit album make any noise?
The fear of terrorism hits the heartland with the postponement of a visit by Salman Rushdie at Washington University
U.S. policy boosted the Taliban into power, and reluctance to anger Afghan ally Pakistan helps keep them there
"Around the world, gypsies have historically been victims of rejection and abuse"
HRWIFF exhibits fiction and nonfiction, short and feature-length, experimental and traditional films
Kellwood's taking fashion forward by making virtually all our clothes in the Third World. But the St. Louis giant carefully cloaks its operations, its plant locations and its monitoring of labor conditions.
Recounting the tragedies and triumphs of Nigeria's Ogoni people
Tim Dreste's journey from Christian missionary to anti-abortion racketeer cost him a $6 million federal fine for his role in threatening to "kill, assault or do bodily harm" to abortion providers. But he isn't about to stop his crusade.
Father James Carney left St. Louis to work with the poor in Honduras, putting him at odds with both church and state. Fifteen years after his mysterious death, a new CIA report raises more questions than answers.
St. Louis scores failing grades on a report card of compliance with the U.N.'s Universal Declaration of Human Rights