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  • Culture

    December 13, 2012
  • Blogs

    June 27, 2012

    Exit Interview: Jake Wagman on Post-Dispatch and New Career

    Jake Wagman stepped down last week from his job as a political reporter at the Post-Dispatch to start an opposition research firm. Yesterday Riverfront Times caught up with the 33-year-old Wagman, who we once named St. Louis' best reporter, to discuss his new gig as a freelance sleuth and his memori ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 19, 2009

    7 Coaches Who Should Replace Charlie Weis at Notre Dame

    Notre Dame head coach Charlie Weis could be out at the end of the season. But should replace him?‚ÄčAs we near the end of another college football season, one of America's favorite subjects rises again: What happens to Notre Dame? Why is this non-story a story? Yu don't have to look far -- whether i ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 4, 2009

    St. Louis Isn't Only Place to Experience a Weirdly Cool July

    ‚ÄčLast month was one for the record books with St. Louis experiencing its sixth -- or was it seventh? -- coolest July in history. As it turns out, we were not alone. While our friends in the Pacific Northwest were suffering  some bizarre, surface-of-the-sun type heat, the Midwest and Northeast ... More >>

  • News

    September 14, 2005

    Ask a Negro Leaguer Column

    Week of September 14, 2005

  • Film

    January 12, 2005

    Rudy (1993)

    It's Hoosiers. On turf.

  • News

    September 4, 2002

    The Battle of the Paddle

    Loot dreams, pre-teen stars, Russian immigrants and (cough) very old men have the St. Louis table-tennis scene popping off

  • News

    February 20, 2002

    Herky Jerk

    Doe Run's owner has done this before -- and that has regulators braced for trouble

  • News

    September 6, 2000

    The Hummer King

    Jim Lynch rules in the world of boy toys. Will he keep his throne now that GM has moved in?

  • News

    June 30, 1999


    Ellen Reasonover has served 16 years of a life sentence for murder. But new evidence -- a secret tape and a forgotten memo -- suggests that the prosecution may have committed the real crime.