2013 saw a number of significant passings: political figures both respected and reviled (Nelson Mandela, Margaret Thatcher, Hugo Chavez, Ed Koch), sports heroes (Stan Musial), television and film personalities (James Gandolfini, Annette Funicello, Peter O'Toole) and wordsmiths (Roger Ebert, Elmore L ... More >>
Elite Daily bills itself as "The premier online destination for aspiring men and women of Generation-Y," which explains why I'd never heard of it. (I'm far too old and not nearly as aspirational as I used to be.) These young go-getters made a list of "The Most Dangerous Colleges To Go To," and our t ... More >>
Humdrum on a Subway in NYC. Courtesy of Dan MeehanHumdrum recently returned from its second tour, and first to hit the coast. Among the band's standout stops were Cincinnati, Ohio; Ithaca, New York; and Washington, D.C. And, as with most tours, a few things did not go according to plan. For i ... More >>
After visa issues forced the Godfathers to postpone a few shows on its current U.S. tour, the show is happening tonight at Off Broadway. Here are outtakes from our recent interview with vocalist Peter Coyne.Mike Appelstein: You know, I saw you play at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New ... More >>
The Museum of Modern Art in New York features an exhibit on the design evolution of the kitchen. The Washington Post covers the kitchen-as-art history exhibit, called "Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen," which displays kitchens and gadgets from the last century. It illustrates how, as peo ... More >>
Twenty-nine-year-old Mark Little was in his south city neighborhood Tuesday night when he got into a scuffle in the 1300 block of Ohio that would leave him dead. The corner of Ohio and Rutger near where Little was allegedly stabbed by a suspect described only as a "white woman."According to polic ... More >>
James O'Keefe learns that pimpin' ain't easy.It keeps getting worse for political activist (and pride of the St. Louis Tea Party) James O'Keefe. Last week he was arrested for illegally attempting to access the phone lines of Lousiana Senator Mary Landrieu. Over the weekend Daily RFT voters ... More >>
When it's suing the wrong entity.
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just...old.
Our readers like barbecue and solid reporting. Chris Duncan humping random objects, not so much.
Our Negro Leaguer weighs in again on the radio jock's fall from grace.
Racism takes many forms, some more obvious than others.
The importance of the great Number 42.
Week of October 26, 2006
8:30 and 10:15 p.m. Friday and Saturday, September 29 and 30. Jazz at the Bistro, (3536 Washington Boulevard)
The long and tipsy road to the World Series of Beer Pong
A paean to the big bad bottle
Internet hoops junkies fuel Shawn Siegel's Jerry Maguire-like dreams
Donald Miller has (re)written one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?
David Judd, UM-St. Louis prof and co-author of The Tourist City, wants St. Louis to be linked by more than just highways between sports palaces and shopping malls