The National Association of Black Journalists has named five feature stories published last year in Riverfront Times as finalists for its 2013 "Salute to Excellence Awards."
The stories are:
- Code Dead, freelance writer Christopher Tritto's examination into the encrypted note left on a dead man' ... More >>
Contrary to conventional wisdom, someone out there still cares about long-form journalism.
Who? The people who curate longform.org, that's who. It's a site dedicated to highlighting the best non-fiction published online. Yesterday longform.org featured this week's RFT cover story, "Plenty of Guilt ... More >>
This week's RFT cover story by Albert Samaha and Tony D'Souza, tells the complex saga of Yo Banga, a north St. Louis rapper who grew up in gangs, saw his best friend shot to death and spent five years in jail, which is where he started rhyming.
Today, he's working with groups like James Clark's Be ... More >>
So there's Tony D'Souza hanging out at Hartford Coffee Company in Tower Grove South one day this past December, when his phone rings. And it's Electric City Entertainment, the production company (formerly known as Hunting Lane Films) that optioned the rights for his third novel, Mule, which came out ... More >>
Photo: Tony D'SouzaMembers of Occupy St. Louis meet Sunday in a tent-free Kiener Plaza.As members of Occupy St. Louis gathered Sunday to discuss how to reorganize following Saturday's forced eviction from Kiener Plaza they could take solace in at least one thing: They were not alone.
A ... More >>