Zany with frenemy Carrot Top.Looking for something to do this evening? We suggest heading over to Plaza Frontenac for the 7 p.m. premiere of Close But No Cigar, a new film by one of Riverfront Times' favorite St. Louis barristers, Jay Kanzler. Part of the St. Louis International Film Festival, Cl ... More >>
7 p.m. Thursday, November 18, at Plaza Frontenac
Marty SigillitoDaily RFT readers have spoken, and in a majority decision they've voted Marty Sigillito as Ass Clown of the Week. Sigillito, an American Anglican bishop with an uncanny resemblance to Jerry Lewis in The Nutty Professor, earned 56 percent of the vote after the Riverfront Times last ... More >>
Ryan SeacrestYesterday I spoke with a casting director for a new television show produced by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest. The show is to be called "Chance" and is scheduled to debut on a yet-to-be-named cable network late this fall. Before then -- on September 19 -- the show will arrive in ... More >>
After the deep darkness that has pervaded area theaters during the past few weeks -- most notably with heavyweight dramas by Brecht, Büchner and Kafka -- the first lilting notes of an impending musical summer can be heard. This weekend (through May 9) the Kirkwood Theatre Guild concludes its produc ... More >>
Tina Richards' son returned, suicidal, from Iraq battlefields. Now, the Missouri woman is waging her own war in Congress.
Week of February 8, 2007
The Saint Louis Zoo's new baby cheetahs are cute; its lawsuits are not. Plus: Jerry Lewis Bey writes his memoir from prison, a single girl sounds off, and a local blogger finds herself in deep doo-doo.
Week of September 28, 2006
The Big Muddy Blues Festival is back and bigger than ever, while B-Sides finds out that Michael Bolton isn't an assclown and spotlights photography superstar Tammy Leahy,
Does St. Louis Shakespeare pass the Ado test?
Bennie Smith and a dwindling cadre of St. Louis music pioneers have a right to sing the blues
Albert Brooks looks for comedy and comes up empty
Week of January 19, 2006
Jim Carrey's brand of fun warms a reheated Dick and Jane
Week of December 22, 2005
Week of November 30, 2005
The Truth is, Egoyan's latest is B-movie noir, with killer performances
Almost two full hours of trite, vapid zebra vomit
Drink of the Week: A downtown highlight reel
Or: Jerry Makes Goofy Faces at Deano While Taking a Dump
We learn how to woo the "creative class" (and get rid of the undesirables) and offer you a fun name-change quiz; plus, Unreal shares a hotel room with Jerry Lewis!
This local-boy-made-good just can't stop giving back the love
City Theatre lets the good times roll
HotHouse concludes its season with a smile
Hellcab is a 70-minute angst ride in a one-horse-open taxi
Shakespeare sings, but The Left Hand doesn't
Linda Stephens comes full circle with My Fair Lady
Q-95.5 and the Beat duke it out -- and the St. Louis hip-hop scene flourishes
When it's light on its feet, or even swinging pick axes, Crazy for You is a glory to behold
Spielberg, once more, is caught up in the thrill of the chase
Eric Stanze is the most successful filmmaker in St. Louis. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Made, a wannabe mob comedy, won't be furthering anyone's career
Boorman and Le Carré bombard Panama with lies and lust but only a modicum of laughter
Tarantino precursor Seijun Suzuki comes to the Fontbonne College screen
Third Lip Cabaret: Opened (Third Lip)
Troma Studios' Lloyd Kaufman imparts the secrets of his success in a new book
Co-written and directed by Bobby and Peter Farrelly
A professional poop-scoopin' business raises a stink over a crappy ad