Christopher Frank, accused of exposing himself to an eleven-year-old boy in a Brentwood Home Depot last year, pleaded guilty this week. Police say the suspect got down on his knees in a bathroom stall, exposed his genitals to the boy -- and then watched him use the bathroom. Here at Daily RFT, we' ... More >>
On Friday afternoon, rain was falling in a solid wall on St. Louis, and Isaac loomed fairly apocalyptic on the radar. Not the best conditions for outdoor activities of any sort. And potentially disastrous for the Big Muddy Blues Festival, which was already taking something of a home run swing with d ... More >>
Response from the city appears at the end of this article.At long last Richmond Heights believes it has a plan for the long suffering Hadley Township, the mostly African-American neighborhood east of Hanley Road and south of Dale Avenue that city officials have allowed to rot for a decade under the ... More >>
Photo by Brian FriedmanStandup Bill Burr, coming to the Pageant this weekendNobody personifies wise-ass East Coast standup quite like the Boston-born Bill Burr (he once told an entire crowd of heckling Philadephians, "I hope your mother has herpes in the center of her asshole"). Yet he's schedule ... More >>
Anna Moffatt and Eric Sargent in Tulsa. Courtesy of the Dive Poets.Roughly half of St. Louis' finnest fiddlin' folk/Americana outfit, the Dive Poets, took to the road recently -- Jeff York and Renato Durante stayed home with new babies, and Eric Sargent, Karl Eggers and Anna Moffatt comprised ... More >>
This Missouri home won a similar contest in Springfield.HomeVestors, the company that advertises as "We Buy Ugly Houses" is in search of the ugliest house in St. Louis. The winner will receive $450 in gift certificates to Home Depot and Carpet For Less to fix up their eyesore. But, hey, shouldn't ... More >>
The Missouri History Museum shines in blue.The Missouri History Museum. Soldier's Memorial. City Gardens. Chase Park Plaza. They are but a few of the St. Louis landmarks that will light up in blue next month in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day April 2. Other St. Louis structures sl ... More >>
image viaLaugh if you want, but we here (OK, some of us here) at Daily RFT have always firmly believed that Delilah is a force of good. Sure, she plays nothing but the sappiest of music, but when she starts reading listeners' dilemmas out loud on the air, and starts offering support and encou ... More >>
Big Brother lives in Arnold, MOThe investigative report "Top Secret America" published early last week by The Washington Post offers a startling peak into the mysterious world inhabited Big Brother. The authors describe how the NSA intercepts billions of phone calls, emails and text messages each ... More >>
The seed company everybody loves to hate will roll its "mobile technology unit" into Wentzville next week for three days of plant-breeding and other demos.The 53-footer "semi truck on steroids," as one Monsanto employee terms it, travels the country trying to sow interest in St. Louis-based Monsa ... More >>
November was all about Thanksgiving -- though not in the traditional sense. No, our Thanksgiving was all about booze. (Or maybe that is traditional.) Anyway: The Beertender told you what beers to drink with Thanksgiving dinner, the Noble Writ discussed how to pair wines with your feast, and we ... More >>
Josh BacottSuppose it's a weekend afternoon, and you have a hankering for a nice 13-inch chili dog for lunch. You'd like to go to Foxy's Red Hots or Woofie's to indulge, but you're stuck with a stout to-do list that requires a trip to the local hardware. As much as a hot-dog palace such as Foxy' ... More >>
Image ViaIt seems like just yesterday that a ten-point buck sauntered into a Home Depot in Town & Country and began to wreak havoc. You'll recall in that incident how a renegade Bambi tried to fight an ornamental deer statue, broke off an antler in the process, and then headed into the hardwa ... More >>
A Jaguar in need of some paint.That's the first question that comes to mind when reading the tale of Terrence Halloway. The second question: Is it worth dying for? According to police, Halloway stole two cans of paint Sunday from the Brentwood Home Depot and fled the scene at a high rate of speed ... More >>
The Mexican offers up some FAQs to keep in mind for '08.
The Revolution will be televised and plenty addictive too.
Grad students in Wash. U.'s art school contend with a rainout.
B-Sides reboots Radiohead and takes a roadtrip with Ani.
Unreal talks ponies with a true racing expert, learns some things about mowing (severed toes are bad) and receives a particularly biting Commontary.
Here comes the neighborhood!
Fancy-ass margaritas! Guacamole made tableside! Why?
Jennifer's is a thick slice of Midwestern paradise
Ivy Cooper encapsulates the St. Louis art scene
The Hold Steady bring bombast back to rock & roll
FIRST Robotics heralds new scientists
609 comes close to the ideal balance of substance and style
Hanneke Hardware and Industrial Supply
Mr. Ferrell comes into his glory in Old School
When Emerson pulls out of this small southern town, it'll leave bitterness and broken promises behind. That's what happens when a marriage ends badly.
Week of July 31, 2002
Backyard-pond aficionados will get on swimmingly at Pond-O-Rama
To save Maplewood, some residents have to go
Fiery fun at the 25th Missouri Chili Cook-off and Salsa Competition
The homeless take a hike so that a "community" can come together.
a return to reality after the decadence and delirium of Atlanta
The following TIF projects have been approved by St. Louis County municipalities, according to the St. Louis County Department of Planning.