Did Google Street View capture an unidentified flying object over St. Charles County? KTVI Fox 2 says that "many are still debating" the content of an image that could maybe, possibly be a mysterious UFO. And who exactly is debating this? Not John Lakey of the St. Louis Science Center -- the only pe ... More >>
**View slideshow of Go Topless events in other cities.Earlier this month Daily RFT reported about a rally sponsored by the Raelian Movement (a religion that believes in UFOs) to encourage the women of Columbia to shed their tops. "We want it written into the Constitution that women should be allowed ... More >>
Free your breasts, and your mind will follow. Such is the mantra of GoTopless.org, an offshoot of a religious movement tied to UFOs that is bringing its fight for bare breasts to mid-Missouri later this month. "When a woman takes her top off in public, there's a chemical reaction in her brain that i ... More >>
The freaky blue-red lights seen twinkling over Blue Springs (KPLR, KMOV) have now begun to trickle into newscasts across the country; even Huffington Post is all over it in their Weird News section. It all started with this newscast on KCTV Channel 5 in Kansas City: The newscast has elicited some pr ... More >>
Is this a solution for the parents in Go the Fuck to Sleep?Here's your weekly St. Louis bestseller list for the week ending July 3, as compiled by the St. Louis Independent Booksellers Alliance and based on sales at Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, Pudd'nhead Books, Subterranean Books and ... More >>
This one's for you, dear readers.
In honor of this year's Best of St. Louis issue, which hits the street today (woohoo!), we at RFT wanted to honor a different kind of "best" -- the best contributions from you, our readers.
In the last year, your comments have made us laugh. They've made us cry ... More >>
Image viaHeaded to Columbia this weekend? Watch out for the crazies! The Midwest UFO (yes, unidentified flying objects) Conference hits the city for the weekend, where experts are billed to speak on UFO sightings in Arizona, Colorado and elsewhere. And, yes, it's open to the public. It'll ru ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsWhen Money magazine last year named Lake St. Louis the ninth best place in the country to put down roots, it hailed "the friendly town" with two man-made lakes, five parks, three golf courses and -- definitely a benefit -- "full-time residents with children drawn by myriad a ... More >>
How about a little news of the offbeat today:Wallabies eat poppies, make crop circles. (Reuters)Lil Jon's wine wins an award. For real. (Baller Status)Has Burger King's new print ad finally gone too far? Does anyone still care? (EW.com)