After a year and a half, one of Brentwood's most bizarre political mysteries -- one that involves strawberry jam, a dead pregnant possum and a 1950's novel -- has finally been solved. Glenn Jamboretz, CEO of Glennon advertising firm and a former consultant for Brentwood Mayor Pat Kelly, is the man ... More >>
The Daily RFT has compliled for you work-tethered fans some of the most classic quotes that describe the glory of our National Pastime. The San Francisco Giants in the early 1970s had a scappy third baseman named Al Gallagher. He wasn't much of a ballplayer and only hung around for fo ... More >>
The 2009-'10 theater season officially kicks in this weekend with the opening of the Rep season. Amadeus, Peter Shaffer's 1979 drama about one man's attempt to bring down God, is sure to provide sumptuous sets and costumes and lots of thrilling Mozart music (played not too loudly, please). But there ... More >>
Over at the Columbia Daily Tribune, columnist T. J. Greaney has composed a strange tribute to Robert Bolivar DePugh, leader of an anti-Communist militia group (or a domestic terrorism cell, depending on your point of view) called the Minutemen. DePugh died June 30 in his basement apartment, beneath ... More >>
Week of December 28, 2006
Steven Soderbergh tries, and largely fails, to make 'em like they used to.
Ian finds a remedy for his existential crisis at the Delmar Restaurant and Lounge.
Woody Allen wanders through Scoop
Howard Hughes gets what he wants, in this case a fun and loving biopic
This ain't your rabbi's Holy Land
Week of September 10, 2003
Week of July 16, 2003
Week of January 29, 2003
Warner's biggest fans turn on their hero, feeling betrayed
Ghost letter from a powerbroker teaches Slay the perils of using the bully pulpit
He talks his way through theatrical productions -- and fellow theatergoers thank him for it