Organizers for the Ferguson October "Weekend of Resistance" capped off multiple days of noisy demonstrations yesterday with "Moral Monday," which consisted of a string of acts of civil disobedience and multiple arrests. Starting in the morning with two separate actions in Ferguson and continuing wel ... More >>
Another long night begins. After two nights under a state-mandated curfew failed to quell escalating violence in Ferguson, the St. Louis suburb prepared Monday for a night without a curfew under the watchful gaze of the newest security force on the scene, the National Guard. The atmosphere in Ferg ... More >>
The Metropolitan Taxicab Commission voted today to change its ride-for-hire and allow room for Uber to launch in St. Louis, the largest U.S. market the app-based car service. But the MTC delayed deciding on the biggest obstacle barring Uber from St. Louis: charging a $25 minimum fare. Uber, which ... More >>
So far, this spring is shaping up to have as much extreme weather as the frozen winter St. Louis just survived.
For the past two years, we've been waiting to see the results of the Central Library's full gut renovation. Twice Daily RFT has gotten to put on a hard hat and go inside to check out the construction crew's progress. At first we saw a lot of deconstruction: lots of walls had been knocked down, nine ... More >>
The unseasonably warm weather brought out a big crowd to the University City Loop on Saturday night. Most of those people were there for a concert, a meal, or just to sit outside and enjoy drink on a nice night, but there were also some looking for trouble. And as is the case with trouble, it doe ... More >>
3 p.m. Saturday, September 13, as part of 95.5 FM's FoxyFest. Langenberg Field, Forest Park.