Some Republican state lawmakers are still worried that a 1992 United Nations pledge for sustainable development could somehow be a threat here -- and they are now trying to pass vetoed legislation to ban the international policy agreement in Missouri. The legislature got national attention this yea ... More >>
As the general election approaches, candidates try harder than ever to court voters (except not really in Missouri). If you're like Daily RFT, you've grown weary of the debates and heated verbal sparring. Back in ye olde days, when brains fell short, candidates seeking public office courted the publ ... More >>
Music is becoming an increasingly personalized art form. Smart phones are programmed to play a favorite song as a ring tone, or to play a song meant to be associated with specific callers in one's contact list. I can't say for certain, but I have to imagine many husbands have "Ball and Chain" by Soc ... More >>
Lifesaver, by Damon Freed. Opens Friday at Bruno David Gallery. Damon Freed: Life Saver: Freed's second solo exhibition with the gallery features paintings that delve deeper into the dichotomy of balance and symmetry. Opening reception from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, December 2. Wednesdays-Saturda ... More >>
Twelve producers went head to head last night in front of a packed house at Pop's Nightclub in Sauget for the Red Bull Big Tune nationwide competition. Now in its fourth year, Red Bull Big Tune is the hunt for the one producer that can wow the crowd. Red Bull Photo Files/Carlos CruzThe final two p ... More >>
Jon ScorfinaDJs Agile 1 and Crucial with their twin boys(Note: This is part two of this week's Last Collector Standing. You can read part one right here!) Last Collector Standing: Are there different expectations for women as DJs? April: Yeah, I think the expectations are super low. Based on ... More >>
A South African street fighter finds new life in the wrenching redemption tale Tsotsi
Columbia's True/False Film Festival tops itself. Again.
Unreal covers it all: Funnylady Kathleen Madigan, a traveling preacher who lacks Judgment and Bob Horner's Fatkins diet; plus, a new sport for extreme St. Louisans!
Week of December 31, 2003
The flicks that the best-of list overlooked
The brutal, brilliant City of God takes us inside Rio de Janeiro's urban decay
A giant quarry and the world's largest cement kiln are being welcomed by Ste. Genevieve County. But the operation may leave St. Louis gasping for air.