According to the user who posted the video on YouTube, this incident happened last Friday at the St. Louis Zoo. You can hear one lady say, "Poor thing. Let it go, let it go!" They're chimps. They probably ate it.
courtesy MU News BureauThis is a sculpture of a trumpet player. Really.Remember all the fuss over the "new" astrological sign Ophiuchus a few months back? It may have nothing on the fox, a key figure in the Andean zodiac. On a recent dig in the Andes Mountains, about 30 miles north of Lima, ... More >>
Image viaEat it, Armenia: Missouri holds record for oldest footwear ever found.Ooh neat-o, somebody found a 5,500-year-old shoe in some Armenian cave! Um, BORING. You know what location holds the all-time record for oldest footwear ever discovered? Lil' place called Missouri. Trumpeting the recen ... More >>
Not only is today April Fool's Day, but it's also Census Day. Now ain't that a coinky-dink? So let's crunch some numbers, shall we, to see how Missouri fares compared with the rest of the fruited plain in filling out and returning the questionnaire. As of right now, the national partic ... More >>
(Article by Kristy Wendt)For those yearning for behind-the-scenes fodder on the battles, beefs, and trysts of hip-hop's high profilers, Kimberly Osorio's memoir Straight From the Source will make you feel like you're looking through their hotel room keyholes; you'll get a tantalizing glimpse, and no ... More >>
An oak bookshelf in Left Bank books, located just inside the room meant for guest authors to speak about their books, is lined with tomes of very local interest. There are pleasure reads like The Gashouse Gang, historical accounts like Civil War St. Louis and The Chouteaus, and guides like Backroads ... More >>
7:30 p.m. Sunday, May 4. Sheldon Concert Hall, 3648 Washington Boulevard
7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 10. Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (14141 Riverport Drive, Maryland Heights).
Hint: It has nothing to do with the Frito Bandito.
Week of February 23, 2005
The universal language
In his final term, Dick Gephardt goes AWOL
The Century Building fell to the wrecking ball, but Larry Giles got some of the best parts
The Cheesecake Factory
Made in USA: East St. Louis
By Andrew J. Theising
Week of July 23, 2003
St. Louis Medical Examiner
Seeking St. Louis: Voices From a River City, 1670-2000
An art exhibition gets made without any art administrators
Hip-hop legend Prince Paul is responsible for some of the music's most transcendent moments
The Missouri Historical Society unveils a new exhibit dedicated to the first true media superstar
The Missouri History Museum pays tribute to East St. Louis legend Miles Davis
Local apathy over one of St. Louis' most noted exports, Miles Davis, isn't stopping his fans from organizing a bang-up commemoration of what would have been his 75th birthday
"Hyperpianist" Denman Maroney pulls strings to get the sounds he wants
Tracks Still Under Construction
Art St. Louis
Jobs are leaving, the tax base is shrinking and the population is dropping. North County is feeling the squeeze.
Laumeier Sculpture Park director Beej Nierengarten-Smith broke all the rules and ordered the removal of Beverly Pepper's "Cromlech Glen." Then the artist heard about it.