A new bar near the Saint Louis University campus featuring such classy promotions as "Free 'Till You Pee" is being investigated by the city's liquor control board amid concerns about its ownership. The bar, CHEA TER'S Sports Grill & Ultrapub, opened this summer in the space that previously ho ... More >>
Fr. Donald McGuireA civil suit filed last week in Chicago captured headlines across the nation and brought up more allegations of sexual abuse within the Catholic Church, including an incident occurring in Missouri in 1999. Eighty-year-old Father Donald McGuire, a popular camp director and former ... More >>
He didn't even leave a note. So after witnessing quite possibly the worst idea I've seen in literally years, the ESPN/LeBron James joint project entitled "The Decision", the question, of course, will predictably be asked around these parts, "Could Albert Pujols be next for this sort of thing?"&nb ... More >>
Virginia Shelly, 67, was savagely beaten in an attack last week at the downtown homeless shelter New Life Evangelistic Center. The incident is the second act of violence to occur at the center in the past nine months. Shelly, a New Life employee, was assisting a resident on the third floor of the s ... More >>
Unreal's quest for a cougar advice columnist continues! Vote for your favorite response from these eight wannabes and vote for your fave. If you have a question for a cougar, ask us at email@example.com. THE QUESTION: My 50-year-old daughter still gets carded. I just wonder how prevale ... More >>
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
HotCity presents a challenging Last Days of Judas Iscariot
Week of August 10, 2005
The Skeleton Key unlocks a house that's haunted by camp
Week of September 8, 2004
A dynamic Webster professor loses his fight for tenure -- and says the university's homophobia is to blame
He can turn bricks into gold, junk into antiques, disasters into opportunities. But Pete Rothschild just can't transform his reputation.
Born without arms, John Foppe gives adversity a swift kick in the pants
Emotionally disturbed teenagers in Illinois used to be shipped off to locked institutions in other states. Stuart Marcus and Tim Carl brought some of them home.
Written and directed by Frank Whaley
By Paul Rudnick (HotHouse Theatre Co.)