Authorities in Columbia, Missouri, are on the lookout for a man who recently impersonated a Salvation Army bell ringer outside an Old Navy store. The real bell ringer was on break when the impostor stood in front of the store soliciting shoppers for money. Instead of asking donors to stuff money ... More >>
Gross. Turn them into a swingset instead.Friday was Earth Day, but there is still time to participate in planet-friendly do-goodery. At Old Navy locations across the country, including here in St. Louis, you can drop off flip-flops to be recycled into playground equipment.(It's no matter if you'r ... More >>
Image sourceLisa Holmes in her signature "Lisa" dress.Even if you're a size 2, clothes shopping is not always fun. But at least you have lots of options. If you're plus-sized, retailers seem to expect you to be happy with a small range of cheap, badly-fitting polyester things originally inten ... More >>
If you missed any of these items posted last week on the Daily RFT -- or were like some of us and just checked-out for the holidays by Monday -- here's your chance to catch up before you have to do any real work this morning.Michael Jackson Watched Donald Duck to Fall Asleep, Exercised with Incredib ... More >>
AmericanApparel.comWe can easily make these American Apparel threads in St. Louis. Can't we?A year ago we wrote how American Apparel (think Old Navy for monochromatic, urban fashionistas with disposable income) was considering opening a St. Louis store. The company even emailed the Riverfront Times ... More >>
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