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The following comes from Nate Jackson, of the RFT's sister paper, the OC Weekly.In full grips of the dry desert heat, the fine art of day drinking at Coachella becomes a game of survival of the fittest. Sweltering temperatures in the high 90s aren't necessarily ideal conditions to bombard your liver ... More >>
The 2012 Best of St. Louis issue is fast approaching. Have you voted yet? Go do it now before it's too late! Have you finished debating the finer points of the 2011 issue? We haven't, hence this list. While researching contenders for a certain Best Of category last year, we realized our town has a h ... More >>
Dr. FreezeSouthern Sno in Brentwoodâ€‹Greetings! Dr. Freeze here, lately returned on the red-eye bird from the 17th Annual International Conference on the Advancement of the Snow-Cone Arts in Davos, Switzerland -- just in time for the official start of snow-Cone season.Yes, Memorial Day has come and ... More >>
You could go out this weekend and spend a wad of cash drinking like a sailor. Or, you might find yourself online or at the mall, and end up charging a ridiculous-looking thermal coat to your Visa. But why put yourself in the poorhouse (or the poky) when all the following events are just $10 or less? ... More >>
(Local synthrockers the Pragmatic are currently in Portugal playing the Optimus Alive 09 fest, which is one of the country's biggest events. The band is keeping a diary for us about its travels. Here's the second installment! The first one can be found here, while part two is here.) Our new friend ... More >>
This morning we reported how Saint Louis University associate professor Joe Webb (a.k.a. Dr. Wizard) was scheduled to appear today on Jeopardy. Now we're pleased to follow up with news that our hometown representative did very well. Webb, an English doctoral student, entered the first commercial bre ... More >>
Unreal intercepts a bit of Wash. U. correspondence and reflects on the best TV show ever.
SLIFF celebrates its sweet sixteenth with a two-week party.
Paprika dreams a little crazy dream.
You liked Shaun of the Dead? Then Hot Fuzz will bust a cap in your arse.
Be it nuclear holocaust, quake or hurricane, St. Louis' Zombie Squad is ready for anything even an attack from the living dead.
Week of October 12, 2006
The Devil Wears Prada slaps the latest duds on an infamous fashion editor
Steve Martin's Pink Panther piddles on its predecessor
Unreal gets hot and bothered over a former GOP spokesman, calls up a north-county man with some James Bond-ish crap to sell and finds a local blogger with “zero redeemable qualities to speak of.”
Salma's shorts get top billing in an otherwise unwatchable caper
Van Helsing explodes monster-movie legends with hip upgrades
The second Agent Cody Banks film wastes its setting and potential
The Chicago clip crew gleefully gabs on in Barbershop 2
Week of December 3, 2003
Warren Zevon's past is finally unearthed
Week of July 2, 2003
Down With Love is suckin' in the '60s
George Clooney impressively toys with the twisted delusions of a game-show producer
Week of October 2, 2002
Week of September 25, 2002
In Goldmember, Myers' mojo is running low
For years, Fletch was out of print. Now, his father explains why.
Week of March 13, 2002
Owen Wilson goes down Behind Enemy Lines and lands in familiar terrain
Baz Luhrmann makes movies -- and audiences -- in his own image
Sam Hamm writes great scripts. So why do they rarely get made?
Tarantino precursor Seijun Suzuki comes to the Fontbonne College screen
Jim Lovins, Wherehouse Music
Directed by John Woo
All-Time Greatest Movie Themes and Schemes (RCA)
The city of St. Louis' only public gun range draws firearms enthusiasts, the self-defense-minded and those for whom being a good shot is just part of a day's work
St. Louis turns out to greet John Paul II