In a year filled with horrific cases of animal cruelty, the story of Trooper -- a puppy accidentally dragged behind a pickup truck on Interstate 55 last November -- touched animal lovers and activists not just in St. Louis, but across the globe. Now, after a year of multiple surgeries, pain and re ... More >>
In November, a five-and-a-half month old puppy was dragged for a full mile on Interstate 55 by a truck driver that had no idea the dog was attached to his vehicle. A month later, Benetta Johnson, a 41-year-old East St. Louis woman, was charged with animal abuse, after authorities learned she had tie ... More >>
We hear a lot in this country about food recalls, and over the past few years we've heard enough from overseas to become wary of the food supply that makes its way to our shores from China. But how much do we hear about food raised in China that stays in China? And how often does it occur to us tha ... More >>
Mark FloridaCome see all the pretty ladies, birdies and masks at phd gallery.Neither snow, nor ice, nor freezing winds, nor encroaching darkness, nor the hulking Wampas lurking out there in the night shall keep the dedicated gallery-goer from making the rounds this weekend. Put on your best f ... More >>
This week's Riverfront Times explores our city's literary history. Check back throughout the week for online-only maps and articles supplementing this week's cover story. Let's finish with a few reminiscences of what it was like to grow up here. A.E. Hotchner's memoir King of the Hill concerns ... More >>
St. Louisans could have a new blues festival to add to their list of outdoor summer music options, if a local production company's plans go through.Mike Kociela, far right, at a press conference on Thursday announcing events for downtown this summer. Kociela wants to bring a new blues festival to do ... More >>
We find out what rocked across the country in 2007.
Columbia's True/False Festival is the coolest four-year-old in Missouri.
The Yao Family is set on making St. Louis a global powerhouse in table tennis.
Our critics chew on the film trends of '05
Wong Kar Wai delivers a sequel that far outpaces the original
Skirt-chasing Vaughn is Wedding Crashers' master of ceremonies
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, 05 may be a pleasant surprise.
Week of April 20, 2005
Week of September 15, 2004
Our critics enter the summer-movie fray
They may have been hippies, but Brewer & Shipley always bathed
Loot dreams, pre-teen stars, Russian immigrants and (cough) very old men have the St. Louis table-tennis scene popping off
Why Missouri Botanical Garden's Peter Raven, world-renowned environmentalist, courts Monsanto's favor, boosts its biotech and takes its money
Fourth annual Jewish Film Festival
June 2 - 9, 1999