Welcome to Hey DJ, a series that delves into the St. Louis DJing scene. Get to know some local music lovers and their quirks as they fill out our short answer questionnaire, and find out where to catch them around town. When asked about the origin of his music moniker, performer Rory Flynn aka DJ M ... More >>
"And then we started playing Trivial Pursuit." So begins our new favorite story about St. Louis native and John Burroughs School alum Jon Hamm. Vanity Fair releases a cover story about the Mad Men star online today that includes a hilariously nerdy story from Hamm's high school days.
Washington University in St. Louis beat out the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton University and 453 other colleges to win the title of America's smartest college. The ranking comes from researchers at Luminosity, which creates digital brain-training games, who studied how 70,000 cur ... More >>
Ghosts are said to roam St. Louis' riverfront where thousands have succumbed to cholera, duels and other untimely deaths, and for a price, David Riordan -- a former commodities baron-slash-lawyer-slash-millionaire turned cab driver -- will be your guide. Walking through Laclede's Landing at night i ... More >>
This sucks. That sucks. You suck. "Sucks" is one of those ubiquitous colloquialisms we're better off not thinking too literally about; unless, of course, it's a matter of law. The Missouri Court of Appeals' Western District decided Tuesday that a University of Kansas fan in St. Charles is legally a ... More >>
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Earlier this week, a major study published in the Harvard Educational Review showed that children of undocumented immigrants have a more difficult time with social development and are at risk for lower educational performance when compared to kids of U.S. citizens. While that news might be ... More >>
Suspect was naked as a jaybird until he found some Jayhawks garb.We're guessing that Donald Watson is a Mizzou fan. Why? Because he's comfortable in his own skin, and he just pulled off the biggest insult ever to a Kansas Jayhawks fan. Watson, 45, was arrested Wednesday after police received call ... More >>
Not all organic eggs are created equal. Mother Jones looks at organic factory egg farms, which have been investigated by the Cornucopia Institute, an organic foods advocacy group. They've filed a complaint against farms for violating organic standards, and exposes the eleven major organic egg produc ... More >>
The literary world is abuzz over Daniel Woodrell, bard of the Ozarks.
Some call it a well-ordered paradise. Others say it's just plain sprawl.
Nearly 900 botanists are working to chronicle our biological heritage. And boy are they a wacky bunch.
Saturday, October 18; Rocket Bar
Classroom films have come a long way from those cheesy old duck-and-cover flicks. Or have they?
He scaled an intellectual Everest at age twelve. What's he like at sixteen? Meet George Thampy.
The up-and-coming St. Louis Brass Band gives some lip to more established groups
When a squad of St. Louis Rams plays ball for a local church, everybody benefits
Week of August 29, 2001
St. Louis jazzman Syd Rodway is young and white -- and very good