Last week's RFT feature story, "Where You Should've Gone to High School," had one of our readers traipsing down memory lane. He wrote in to inform us that while north county schools today may be associated with football and muscle cars, there was a time in the 1970s and '80s when the high schools ... More >>
image viaDespite appearances, it's not a horror movie.Warning to anyone who has a small child or has to spend a lot of time in the presence of a small child: Zhu Zhu pets, the scourge of a couple of Christmases past, are back! Well, they were never actually gone -- except for the 2009 holida ... More >>
An alert reader (with a lot of free time on his hands) informed Daily RFT that the film The Black Hole, starring Judd Nelson, played over the weekend on the SyFy Channel. The 2006 made-for-TV movie was filmed in St. Louis and shows the Arch, Busch Stadium and City Hall getting destroyed when "a r ... More >>
So you're sitting around a cornucopia of Thanksgiving delight: turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, sides, salads, and three pies your mother-in-law bought at Sam's Club and put in metal dishes so they look homemade. It's a smorgasbord and your arteries are hardening just thinking about it.Everyone is ... More >>
Jim Mahfood Is Magic. If you've been watching the new The Sarah Silverman Program, well, you're one up on us; we no havey the cable. But people are either up in arms about the stupidity of the show, or ROFLTAO about the damn thing. We'd like to encourage both sets of viewers to take a closer loo ... More >>
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