Before white supremacist and anti-Semite F. Glenn Miller faced state and federal hate-crime charges for killing three at Jewish community centers in Kansas, he wrangled a slot on Howard Stern's radio show to tell America why Missouri should elect him to the U.S. Senate. "We call Glenn [Miller] the ... More >>
"My dad and dad are gay. They love me just as much as my friends' moms and dads love them. I'm happy to be in a gay family." So reads a caption in Being Gay Is Okay, the latest children's novel from St. Louis publisher Really Big Coloring Books, a company that is no stranger to controversy. See a ... More >>
Todd Shepard: Yearned to kill a cop following the death of a former girlfriend.A felon convicted of previous drug trafficking and assault charges added a new notch to his belt yesterday: convicted cop killer. The witness-stand confession shocked a packed courtroom in suburban St. Louis where 43-y ... More >>
FarrakhanJoe the Plumber tomorrow, and now Louis Farrakhan on Sunday? What's next? Ralph Nader parachuting in today for the trifecta?Alas, that would probably be a bit much. But, yes, it is true that Farrakhan will be in town Sunday for the dedication of Mosque #28, a new Nation of Islam temple o ... More >>
An outpost of Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam has plans to build its first mosque in St. Louis. The group, known as Mosque #28, held a fundraiser last Sunday to raise the monies needed to renovate an existing building in the Walnut Park neighborhood of north St. Louis.A rendering of the proposed N ... More >>
Week of February 15, 2007
Byron Crawford takes no prisoners. Don't screw with him.
Week of October 12, 2005
The Secret Service comes calling after a St. Louisan pens a message wishing bin Laden would eliminate Bush
The Roberts brothers fight to bring back life to north St. Louis
Jesus raised the dead. Tupac raised the roof. What's the dif?
Week of March 5, 2003
A Run-act play starring the Simmons brothers, Russell and the Rev
Onion Horton says he's everything a white man wants a black man to be
St. Louis Art Museum, through July 30