The circus is in town this weekend, and St. Louis animal-rights activists are turning out to try to convince showgoers that the Greatest Show on Earth is actually the saddest. Christina Tenti, of south St. Louis County, and her volunteers with the St. Louis Animal Rights Team say they're protesting ... More >>
Homestead Creamery in Jamestown, southwest of Columbia, has voluntarily recalled a batch of its "Flory's Favorite" cheese because of the risk of contamination by shiga-toxin producing E. coli, the Missouri Department of Agriculture, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and the State ... More >>
Psychiatry buffs rejoice and praise Xenu! The "state-of-the-art international touring exhibit" Psychiatry: An Industry of Death, sponsored by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights is returning to Missouri for the first time since its appearance at the Jamestown Mall three years ago! You can catch ... More >>
St. Louis County has now seen proof that the tiger whose paw got stuck in his cage earlier this month has been checked out by a vet.So much for that.The St. Louis County Health Department has closed its investigation into the health and welfare of a tiger associated with the UniverSoul Circus, wh ... More >>
PETA's video shows a tiger with his paw trapped under the bars of his cage at the UniverSoul Circus. UPDATED at 4:45 p.m. with comments from UniverSoul Circus. Yesterday, the UniverSoul Circus opened a five-day run at the Jamestown Mall -- bringing its dancing dogs, amazing acrobats and terr ... More >>
image via North county's Jamestown Mall in 2008: the loneliness of an empty mallThere are dead malls across America, littering the nation's suburbs like so many pieces of yesterday's trash.St. Louis County is determined that north county's Jamestown Mall not be one of them. So despite the loss o ... More >>
Sorry folks. Tom Cruise will NOT be at Jamestown Mall. Looking for a way to entertain the kiddies this weekend? Why not take them to Jamestown Mall, where tomorrow (Saturday) the Citizens Commission on Human Rights of St. Louis (co-founded by the Church of Scientology) is opening its exhibit "Psychi ... More >>
Week of December 27, 2007
B-Sides reboots Radiohead and takes a roadtrip with Ani.
Curtis Faulkner wants to throw a $2 million party celebrating the end of slavery and he wants you to pay for it.
And home and garden
Indian traditions with a St. Louis twist
For fun in any language
Chowing down the Incredible Dog Challenge
Week of August 20, 2003
Obey your Mazda
Jobs are leaving, the tax base is shrinking and the population is dropping. North County is feeling the squeeze.