As we reported last week, Missouri is on a record-setting pace for fatal automobile accidents in 2012, mainly because of Missourians disdain for the seatbelt. Men's Health magazine, in one of its many "Metrograde" listicles, has further pinpointed the problem: On the whole, St. Louisans are the m ... More >>
While Gut Check is on vacation, enjoy highlights from the past two years. Men's Health magazine has released its annual "Worst Foods" list. Scoring the top spot as the absolute worst food in the country? A large Chocolate Oreo Shake from Baskin Robbins. This bad boy has 2,600 calories, 135 grams of ... More >>
Men's Health magazine has released its annual "Worst Foods" list. Scoring the top spot as the absolute worst food in the country? A large Chocolate Oreo Shake from Baskin Robbins. This bad boy has 2,600 calories, 135 grams of fat (59 of which are saturated), 263 grams of sugar and 1,700 milligrams o ... More >>
Lot's of good stuff can be found on RFT blogs not named Stlog. (BTW: That's pronounced "sta-log." Who knew?) Anyway, here are a few of the highlights: From A to Z:Concert promoter John Mancuso's letter stirred up a hornet's nest of replies from St. Louis musicians fed-up with pay-to-play gigs in St. ... More >>
Men's Health and Women's Health magazines have come out with their ranking of the 100 best -- and worst -- cities in America for healthy living. St. Louis ranks as the second-worst city in both Men's Health and Women's Health, with only Bakersfield, California, and Charleston, West Virginia, respect ... More >>
Week of December 21, 2006
Unreal gets the first crack at the new 'Link. Plus, Bill McClellan takes pride in "his band," and being named one of the nation's angriest cities really pisses us off. Grr.
St. Peters Triathlon