On a day when they narrowly escaped with a tight and oftentimes frustrating win over Bucknell by the score of 66-64, the Missouri Tigers got another big bump in their own personal standings, by dint of some brilliant Big Ten play and the flat-out byzantine machinations that is the college basketball ... More >>
When you're paying more than $50,000 per year for your college education, you expect a return on your investment -- like, say, a job when you graduate. So maybe you can understand the rumblings of panic emerging from Washington University after the International Herald Tribune released the results ... More >>
The municipality of University City in recent years has been known for producing a number of successful jazz musicians, including pianist Peter Martin, trumpeter and singer Jeremy Davenport, saxophonist Todd Williams, and bassists Neal Caine and Chris Thomas. Now, thanks to the efforts of t ... More >>
Image sourceLook on these, ye mortals, and despair, for the earth shall shake and Iranian cities shall be destroyed!April is indeed a time for festivals: Passover, Easter, Administrative Professional's Day, 4/20, Earth Day and now Boobquake. If all goes according to plan next Monday, April 26 ... More >>
budlight.comâ€‹Anheuser-Busch yesterday agreed to stop producing the black-and-gold Mizzou Bud Light "fan cans" that were a source of concern to the university's administration because they were said to promote underage drinking.In a letter to Mizzou chancellor Brady Deaton, the brewery promised to ... More >>
Skeet shooting? Women's hockey? Lindenwood's got it.
The beer-drinking, the game-watching, the east-side partying: We took it all in so you wouldn't have to
Sufi mystics spin through town
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
Cheryl Jarvis tells married women to hit the road
Bill Bangert wanted a world-class domed stadium in St. Louis County, but all he got was a tiny town. Now the 77-year-old dreamer is back in Missouri with a few more nutty ideas.
At the finish of a 28-year career that includes 248 victories and four state titles, Sumner Bulldogs coach Larry Walls takes some parting shots at deseg -- which he claims has decimated the city's once-mighty Public High League