Camel Towing business cardDaily RFT caught up yesterday with Mike Christopher as the 45-year-old entrepreneur from suburban St. Louis was headed to meet his attorney to discuss ways to trademark his new tow-truck company, Camel Towing. Daily RFT: How did you come up with the name Camel ... More >>
Ronald H. "Mr. Hockey" SchmidtThey called him "Mr. Hockey." When 72-year-old Ronald H. Schmidt of Mehlville died in his sleep early Tuesday morning, the St. Louis Blues lost not just a fan. They lost a fan who attended the franchise's first home game in 1967 and who came to know announcers, journ ... More >>
Just look at how greasy his Blues hat is...Who else could, in 30 seconds, toss off references to Brett Hull, Adam Oates, Brendan Shanahan, Craig Janney, Paul and Gino Cavallini, and T.J. Oshie and still devastate your face with handsomeness? (OK, maybe Harold Snepsts could).
Click the image to watch the video over at InsideSTL.InsideSTL continues its pretty amusing series of St. Louis Rams' game recaps -- the "Ghetto Rams Recap" -- if you haven't checked it, go here for the funny. In addition, there's a compelling defense of St. Louis Blues' Power Play Dance (video ... More >>
Move over Jerry Jones. Sorry, Al Davis. We bid you farewell, Bill Bidwill. The NFL soon could have a new most-hated owner. Ladies and gentlemen, through that cloud of pomp, pollution and hubris we present you Rush Limbaugh. Today the right-wing radio host confirmed that h ... More >>
Bernie Federko takes a shot at a steak house/sports bar -- but does he score?
We diversify our investment portfolio (hint: it involves scuba gear!), get metaphysical and bump into one of the strangest Bargain Box items yet. Plus: What's Buggin' Sly Brown?
You can if you think you can
Unreal dabbles in espionage and gets motivated with Ed McMahon; plus, breaking news from the Department of Not Quite Getting It
Week of June 23, 2004
Some Lou denizens feel dissed by Miss USA (but Unreal still loves her!), a Pattonville student is treated criminally, and an 84-year-old grandma praises the Rams in song; plus, we clock local athletes on our gaydar
Week of April 14, 2004
Week of March 17, 2004
Week of February 25, 2004
Week of February 11, 2004
Week of February 4, 2004
Bring gloves and mittens
It's only River Styx at Duff's
The poetry of long undies
Week of October 29, 2003
Game on (finally)
Blues' internal squabbles
Week of July 23, 2003
Now that the Kiel's set to reopen, what's next for Kiel Man?
Week of May 7, 2003
Week of June 19, 2002
Week of May 29, 2002
The Cardinals' promises are worth as much as the Kiel Partners'
Week of March 27, 2002
Blame for problems at the workhouse goes all the way to the top
Week of December 26, 2001
Ed L. Golterman
Published the week of June 7
Kiel is suddenly the Center of attention with its acquisition by Bill and Nancy Laurie, but that doesn't mean the Opera House will return to the spotlight
City Treasurer Larry Williams used to be known for bounced checks, bad audits and bogus talk. Now he's emerging as the savior of downtown. Who'da thunk it?
Highlights from RFT's "Calendar"