Kingshighway Vigilante Transitions, or KHVT for short, aims to improve the community one skatepark at a time. But to make their plans completely concrete, they're going to need some more cents for cement. Their next step? A Kickstarter.com campaign. For the uninitiated, the crew of skate enthusiast ... More >>
There's been a lot of back-and-forth recently about the connection between artificial food dyes and attention deficit disorder. Some studies link food dye to ADHD; they're making the children unhinged little maniacs! Others, like one done by the Food and Drug Administration, suggest that parents ne ... More >>
As the temperature tops 100, RFT has discovered some cool ways to stay, well, cool in these dog days of summer. We've got art, music, magic and more indoors, plus a skate show and bike race for you daredevils who want to brave the heat. Viva la air conditioning!
Sinister Dane playing "Absence of Angels" at the old Fire House in 1994. Tony Hawk is there skateboarding on a half-pipe. What?
8 p.m. Monday, July 16. Creepy Crawl, 3524 Washington Boulevard.
Readers call out Paul McKee and Prince Joe.
Joe to Hank Aaron: Don't sell out! Back Barry!
A local music fan starts Broke & Hungry Records, Matador Records gets its videogame on and the debut of "Yo! RFT Raps"
Getting Up is a flawed but fascinating ode to graffiti 's early years.
Back in our day, we woulda gone uphill both ways to get to Tony Hawk's Boom Boom HuckJam
The Z-Boys roll into Dogtown again, and truth is cooler than fiction
Skate to fame and fortune at Saturday's PlayStation Big Hook Up event
St. Louis Mills confounds
Tony Hawk wants to see how many people he can get to say "Boom Boom HuckJam"
Week of March 26, 2003
King of the rink Leo White is ready for prime time, but is prime time ready for him?
Loot dreams, pre-teen stars, Russian immigrants and (cough) very old men have the St. Louis table-tennis scene popping off
Thrill-seekers on wheels of all sizes are invited to a get-together
Week of May 8, 2002
In the 1970s, the Z-Boys were hell on wheels. Today, they're shredding the big screen.
Or: How Tony Hawk turned skateboarding into a multimillion-dollar international obsession