It's not uncommon to dislike what our elected representatives tell us, but it is pretty rare to have them tell us to move to a different state if we don't agree wit them. That's what the 31st district's state senator Ed Emery suggested to a constituent who asked him about Medicaid expansion in Miss ... More >>
Expanding Medicaid in Missouri may not be super sexy -- but Ryan Gosling and Beyoncé are! This is sort of the thinking behind the Missouri Medicaid Coalition's latest campaign to pressure lawmakers to expand Medicaid in the state. And what better way to spread the word than some good ole' fashion ... More >>
While RFTmusic was youthfully gallivanting in the rain at Loufest last weekend, Gut Check retained its crotchety demeanor, embarking on a dry, indoor miniature film fest with the help of Netlix, Family Video and our BFF, Chuck. It all began after we watched Crazy, Stupid, Love, in which Ryan Gosling ... More >>
So there's Tony D'Souza hanging out at Hartford Coffee Company in Tower Grove South one day this past December, when his phone rings. And it's Electric City Entertainment, the production company (formerly known as Hunting Lane Films) that optioned the rights for his third novel, Mule, which came out ... More >>
Truly, we live in an age of marvels. Hamm-O-Gram is a new online service that will send a personal letter -- that's an actual letter transcribed from your form, not an email -- to the friend of your choice. What's so amazing about that? The letter includes "a picture of Handsome Man Jon Hamm, a u ... More >>
After the first scene of Drive, you'll be left thinking three things: this is not going to be your standard car flick; does Ryan Gosling have any lines?; Urban Outfitters is going to start selling a lot of driving gloves. Those scattered thoughts aside, the first scene will have you on the edge of ... More >>
With grip and hold, Ryan Gosling does it again in this smart legal thriller.
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The Jewish Film Festival of St. Louis unspools this week
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