Dear inconsiderate St. Louis dog owner, I'm proud of St. Louis. We may not be the most exciting place in the world, but there are a few things we do well. And you managed to shit all over two of them. (Well, not you, most likely. I'm guessing it was your dog. But STILL.)
This week's Riverfront Times explores our city's literary history. Check back throughout the week for online-only maps and articles supplementing this week's cover story. Let's not forget the east side. Library of CongressW.E.B. DuBoisAfter the 1917 race riots in East St. Louis, the NAACP ... More >>
Read a good book under an old oak tree.
Not totally satisfied with your weekend itinerary? Just check out Go!, our regular feature highlighting everything from rock shows to art openings, from delicious dishes to hidden-gem hangouts. Friday, 3/23 We Want Auction Tonight: Drop by the Sunset Hills Country Club (2525 Highway 157 South, Ed ... More >>
A lackluster Miss Daisy at New Jewish
A rough guide to St. Louis
2004 brought gifts galore (but one big lump of coal)
Washington University tries The Awakening on the stage
They're ready for their close-up
Unreal meets a guy who's Optimistic about Iraq, laments the banning of ephedra and listens in on an argument between sports columnists; plus we help you (yes, you!) enter the P-D essay contest
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For eight years, the city has kept Mark Finney from replacing the historic Syndicate Trust Building with a parking garage. He says, "Buy it or get the hell out of the way." It's time to put up or shut up.