When you've worked in some of St. Louis' most venerable kitchens -- Monarch, Harvest, Terrene -- such as chef Brian Hardesty has, you could be excused for sticking with what you know. After all, if you're privy to a winning formula, why not take the easy route and open a place that replicates past s ... More >>
Happy Halloween, Daily RFT readers! Don't waste your time with phony ghost stories. St. Louis has plenty of "real" tales of hauntings, possessions and more. Here are three of our favorite St. Louis ghost stories. Click the title to read the full story. 1. The Bubblehead Family Maybe they were the ... More >>
Boo!Something ghostly may be happening in our state capital...and it has nothing to do with the budget.The decommissioned Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City is offering tours of its gruesome cells and and execution chamber. Those seem scary enough, but if that doesn't shiver your timbe ... More >>
thehauntedboymovie.blogspot.comThe word "Louis" appeared on the boy's chest.Several hundred moviegoers showed up Thursday night at the Tivoli Theatre for the world premiere of Haunted Boy, a documentary on the real-life exorcism that inspired the book and film The Exorcist. As most St. Louisans k ... More >>
Michael DauphinSomeone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin!When the Firebird announced the Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin / Telekinesis show several months back, one couldn't help but wonder why these bands haven't joined forces already. Both serve up indelible, candy-coated power pop; both ... More >>
9 p.m. Tuesday, August 31. The Firebird, 2706 Olive Street.
8 p.m. Sunday, June 21. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
It's time to face the paranormal
Have fun feeling bad
The dead come alive!
The McPike Mansion awaits
Unreal hunts for ghosts, gets right with God and tails Fido into Heaven.
Week of January 28, 2004
Ralph and Raul Martinez
Have You Ever Felt as Though You Were Telepathic?
Confederate Prisoner Cemetery
St. Louis native Jim Longo revisits some local ghosts in a storytelling and booksigning appearance
A look at the ghosts of Alton -- and the people who believe in them
The Improbable Theater Company's 70 Hill Lane relies on basic props and the audience's imagination