Wale is Grandmaster of the sports reference. No musical artist brings as much wit, depth and knowledge to the craft. For instance, in the recently released ode to the former St. Louis baseball hero, "Albert Pujols," Wale slangs this gem: "John Rocker, Atlanta Bravest knows that I'm awesome/ Bett ... More >>
Paper cuts: Hard to stop the bleeding.Lee Enterprises is mailing out buyout offers this week to its roughly 150 employees in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch newsroom. The Iowa-based parent company of the St. Louis daily has seen its depressed stock price dip impossibly lower this summer and hopes to ... More >>
Post-Dispatch retirees say it's only appropriate that they received news December 7 -- Pearl Harbor Day -- that their former employer planned to stop reimbursing their medical coverage. "A great day for a sneak attack," says one member of the St. Louis Newspaper Guild, who tells Daily RFT that ph ... More >>
When it comes to fighting, don't mess with the Phillies and their phanatics.We here at Daily RFT unwittingly entered a war of words a few weeks ago with fans of the Philadelphia Phillies. The battle began innocently enough when we defended a Cardinals fan ridiculed by a blogger in Philadelphia. O ... More >>
You know, I ordinarily try to avoid putting too much weight into anything I read about baseball in the mainstream media, non-Derrick Goold division. It just seems like if you want even halfway competent analysis on the sport, you have to look at a baseball-only outlet these days. Not sure why, but t ... More >>
Wait you actually can get laid on prom night? Unreal investigates!
Yarr! Unreal's a-searchin' for booty (but, please, not those VH1 Divas Live CDs). Plus, we go gaga over a QVC pitchman and meet a local blogger who needs to get something off her chest.
Do members of the St. Louis Newspaper Guild read the Post-Dispatch?
Herbie the Love Bug's back, and he bites
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, 05 may be a pleasant surprise.
Unreal kicks it with a 64-year-old college student, attends a Jell-O-shot-fueled party at the Tri-City Speedway and peruses a local mom's Blog o' the Week; plus, why eat a Thickburger when you can have Butter on a Stick?
A Post reporter is suspended for extracurricular Internet activities
The demolition derby is still a gas in the nooks and crannies of mid-America
Week of May 12, 2004
The St. Louis Auto Show has things that make you go vroom
The ownership ranks of professional racing are dominated by fast cars and big money. What's a chiropractor from St. Louis doing in a place like this?
a return to reality after the decadence and delirium of Atlanta