Darius Miles' bizarre labor dispute with the Portland Trailblazers is coming to a head. Last night he scored 13 points in 13 garbage time minutes as his new team, the Memphis Grizzlies, lost to the powerful Cleveland Cavaliers. As previously noted, if Miles steps on the court for one more second thi ... More >>
Sit back and marvel as Rick Majerus hoists SLU basketball from the morass of mediocrity. (Just don't let him near your pizza.)
Bob Costas recalls the “genius deal” that keeps alive the Spirits of St. Louis of the old American Basketball Association.
And some St. Louis hip-hop artists take their future into their own hands.
Maggots! Corpses! Fast-food scams! A forensic entomologist's work is never done. Plus, a "cure" for hangovers and a dock for sale.
Get ready for the summer of Ruka Puff
Unreal seeks divine inspiration at the Pulpit Masters audition and laments the pending prohibition of the SLU Billiken. Plus, our newest feature: Somebody Buy my Crap!
Oh, those wacky Final Four campuses!
Hotstyle's MCs are old-school from the Lou
See him at Savvis
The answer to Larry Bird's prayers for a white basketball savior might reside just off Highway 67 in Poplar Bluff
Tommie Liddell plays tortoise to Darius Miles’ hare in the annals of East Side High basketball lore
Week of February 4, 2004
Running with the bulls, and other officially sanctioned behaviors; plus the Brad Cloepfil Death Watch!
On top of old Fairmount: Collinsville's humble racecourse is home to one of the nation's winningest Thoroughbred owners
The truth about SheBron: There isn't any.
Sheila Bronson is twelve years old -- and may be the first player to jump from middle school into the WNBA
Everybody wants Hazelwood Central's Kalen Grimes and St. Louis' junior class of hoopsters. But recruiting in the city is a courtship dance and a high-maintenance affair.
NBA-starved St. Louisans get a tantalizing taste of their obsession at an exhibition match
With its fireworks and fanfare, Opera Theatre's Hippolytus and Aricia is a worthy and wonderful season finale
The major news outlet for St. Louis' gay and lesbian community folds; plus, other St. Louis follies and foibles