Stan Musial is dead. I'm not going to lie; saying those words just doesn't feel real yet. I'm sure it will eventually become real, just another part of the world around us, but for now, I can't quite believe it. And you know what? That's really stupid. It isn't as if it was unexpected, or ... More >>
After more than five years of legal wrangling, art dealer Judy Goffman Cutler has won the right of ownership of a 1967 Norman Rockwell painting stolen from a St. Louis gallery way back in 1973. The 9th Court of U.S. Appeals ruled on Tuesday that the painting, Russian Schoolroom, is legally Goffma ... More >>
Rockwell's Russian Schoolroom disappeared during a 1973 gallery heist in St. Louis.Daily RFT spoke to a very elated Judy Cutler on Friday as the Rhode Island-based art dealer made her way back east from a Las Vegas courtroom. For the past three years Cutler and her husband, Laurence, have been in ... More >>
This week, I visit Table Three, which opened in the middle of last year in the new Wildwood Town Center development. Follow after the jump for a sneak preview of what I have to say.Jennifer Silverberg
File under ridiculous douchebag bullshit: Major League Baseball and Topps have reached an agreement to make Topps the only licensed maker of baseball cards. I'm not going to try and be balanced or fair about this. This is fucking bullshit. Of all the shitty things MLB has done over the years - ... More >>
As its name might suggest, the Fountain on Locust is a throwback to the days of soda fountains and lunch counters, of phosphates and ice-cream floats. If that doesn't offer enough opportunities for nostalgia, the restaurant occupies the former Stutz showroom along what was once Locust Street's auto ... More >>
If not Steven Spielberg, who legally owns Russian Schoolroom?
Unreal has a fairy funny week.
Steven Spielberg's stolen painting, a St. Louis art thief, and a plot to kill Martin Luther King. It could make a helluva movie.
Carl's Drive-In, 9033 Manchester Road, Rock Hill; 314-961-9652.
Stolen in St. Louis in '73. Found last week on Steven Spielberg's wall.
Stolen in St. Louis in '73. Found today -- on Steven Spielberg's wall
Shop on Sunday night
Elizabethtown is a mess, not that its director should care
(back alley, Soulard)
This quaint neighborhood bar has it all -- really
Did Patty Prewitt pump two bullets into her husband's head? It is a mystery that has lingered for twenty years.
But where are all the sign makers?
Different river, same idea
Week of October 9, 2002
The People Project only gets worse
If you love watching golf, you'll love Robert Redford's new movie
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
Published the week of Aug. 23-29, 2000