St. Louis is tied to Germany via a sister cities program with Stuttgart, home to Porsche and Mercedes-Benz.Most people probably recognize the German city Stuttgart (pronounced "Shtoot-gart," we looked it up) as the headquarters for Mercedes-Benz and Porsche (it's on the logo). Jason Bourne pr ... More >>
Image viaBob Dylan played his first ever show in Vietnam over the weekend as part of a brief tour of Asia. There was some amount of fanfare associated with this tour, and this stop in particular, given that so much of Dylan's most vibrant work was written as a response to military action in p ... More >>
Image viaIt's been nearly a decade since Valient Thorr arrived on Earth - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, to be exact - from its home on Venus. This Sunday the band will make its second St. Louis appearance in six months, opening for Motorhead at Pop's. In September Valient Thorr headlined at th ... More >>
Cheers! Drinkers celebrated 77 years of OK'ed imbibing on Saturday in Maplewood.Schlafly's Repeal of Prohibition Festival, held Saturday at Schlafly Bottleworks (7260 Southwest Avenue) provided 25 brews, from Schlafly and three Michigan based micro-breweries. $25 got beer-drinkers a festival glass w ... More >>
This weekend's art happenings include what you've always wanted to see: a documentary on clam digging. What? You've never wanted to see such a film? Well how about a Twin Peaks TV-show marathon? Or dancing at the Contemporary Museum? Or a photo display from the photography club at our sister city in ... More >>
Now that the CityArchRiver 2015 group has whittled down to five the number of teams competing to redesign the Gateway Archgrounds, it seemed appropriate to take a peek into everybody's portfolio. Below Daily RFT has collated some images of projects completed elsewhere by each architecture team. St. ... More >>
Bookworms bore through "Steal Das Book"
Rod Shene paid a paltry few grand for a volume worth $500,000 or more. Only one hitch: The German government wants it back.
Week of May 26, 2004
Make Sweet Meat proud in the KSHE 95 March Bandness: Tournament of Rock; plus, give us your juiciest Berger Bite, check out some cranky public art and a Branson Idol hopeful -- and don't pack heat in Dierbergs
Your verdict is in: Check out St. Louis’ favorite local musicians.
Week of January 9, 2002
Homeboy superstar Nelly tops the list of readers' favorite local musicians
Center of Contemporary Arts, through March 10
Help the Nazis turn a profit, or let a great artwork be destroyed?
Choreographed by John Cranko, music by Peter Tchaikovsky, arranged and orchestrated by Kurt-Heinz Stolze. Stuttgart Ballet (Dance St. Louis)
Philip Glass goes solo at the Edison Theatre