by Bob Weinstein; Wikipedia. Note to self, as a future historical-figure-ghost: If Sarah Palin and Paul Revere are any indication, the best way to trend on Twitter 200 years after your death is to have someone controversial give a particularly strange recounting of your life's work, as inform ... More >>
Veteran New York Times sports columnist George Vecsey will be at O'B Clark's in Brentwood next Thursday night, May 12, for a signing party of his new book Stan Musial: An American Life. (The event is sponsored by Left Bank Books.) Yesterday he took some time out from his tour to talk to Daily ... More >>
For awhile it seemed Daily RFT was destined to set a Joe Dimaggio-like record for consecutive posts on the same topic (even though everyone knows 56 in a row is unattainable in this day and age) but here's a little morning levity, courtesy of Fail blog, to lighten up all the recent talk of shady pol ... More >>
Before we begin, let's have a moment of silence, shall we? The Stache is gone, and I don't think it's coming back.
Oh, for the love of god. What in the world is happening to the game of baseball? We've got steroid allegations cropping up every day, Bud Selig is somehow making more money that Albert Pujols, and now, of all things, a lawsuit centering on AIDS. Roberto Alomar, the former major league seco ... More >>
Ah, January. Bringer of frigid temperatures, NFL playoff games, and suicides by the bucketful. The holiday season is officially over. Christmas has come and gone, and the New Year has been rung. Truly, these are the darkest days of all for the retail industry. Thus, one other thing always comes ... More >>
These guys donít a give a rip about the candy. Itís all about the plastic dispensers.
In the 1970s, the Z-Boys were hell on wheels. Today, they're shredding the big screen.
A new biography of Stan Musial adds complexity to "baseball's perfect knight"
The life stories of St. Louis' pro-baseball teams are lovingly chronicled in Peter Golenbock's The Spirit of St. Louis: A History of the St. Louis Cardinals and Browns
A new PBS documentary on Yogi Berra drops the ball