Since the first casting call, producers for the movie Marshall the Miracle Dog have described it as very St. Louis. The story is based on a real dog rescued from a Missouri hoarder, healed by a veterinarian at the Humane Society of Missouri and adopted by a St. Louis woman. "This is truly a St. Lo ... More >>
Seth OlenickPaul F. Tompkins will bust your gut on Saturday! Lit'rally. Did we lurve Paul F. Tompkins the most on Mr. Show, Tenacious D, VH1's Best Week Ever or his stand-up? No matter. You can catch his act at the Firebird on Saturday night thanks to a new business model: if 300 people on Facebo ... More >>
Jon ScorfinaNicole Peterson, this week's Last Collector StandingNicole Peterson has worked in many facets of the music industry, including retail at Slackers CD's and Games and (currently) at Suite 100 at the Pageant handling merchandise and ticket sales. After looking through her modest reco ... More >>
Nick SchnelleThe Trip Daddys, last year at the RFT Music Showcase. This year's fest is Saturday for $5.Memorial Day has come and gone, and it's time to kick off summer. (Just look out for those scattered thunder storms on Saturday and Sunday.) This weekend brings indie craft fairs, more than a f ... More >>
You might have heard by now that George Clooney is going to be working in St. Louis later next year (as in a few weeks from now), on a movie called Up in the Air. At least someone will be working in the city during what's projected to be a nasty first quarter. Want to be a part of the movie? Here's ... More >>
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Local sketch comedy troupe the NonProphets are in it for the laughs
A spineless hero and his thuggish imaginary friend make Alan Rudolph's new film distressingly familiar
They're making a Hollywood movie in our little town. Or hadn't you noticed?
If you didn't like this year's movies, you didn't look hard enough. The RFT's film critics weigh in on their faves of the year.
It's hard to fall in love with America's Sweethearts
Jimmy is a big man in a small, strange world.
The Oscar telecast has, for a decade, been Gil Cates' golden moment
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
Directed by Chris Smith