No matter the issue, Missouri has always been labeled as a state of two distinct camps: Yankee vs. Confederate, urban vs. rural, Blue state vs. Red, Calvin pissing on a Ford logo/Calvin pissing on a Chevy logo and — most divisive of all — "Missouri" vs. "Missourah." In reality, though, ... More >>
Call it the house that Bud built. Well, technically, three houses. August A. Busch's sprawling Florida beach estate -- complete with three separate waterfront homes and a 220-foot wharf -- is on the market for a $6.9 million price tag.
Fifty years ago this week, the Beatles ushered in a new era in pop music and youth culture when they made their first live appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. While the four lads from Liverpool were still mostly unknown to Americans in 1964, they were already the most hyped rock and roll band in U.S ... More >>
Who deserves the great honor of being recognized alongside Rush Limbaugh inside the Missouri State Capitol rotunda? The leadership of the House of Representatives is looking for inductees to the Hall of Famous Missourians! In addition to the great Limbaugh, the hall includes some very influential ... More >>
via change.orgRush Bust. Is it time for the Rush Bust to go? Last year, we chronicled one of the most important controversies at the Capitol centered on the decision to honor Rush Limbaugh in the Hall of Famous Missourians. It got so intense that security reportedly installed a security camera spe ... More >>
Two Midwestern governors from different political parties are in hot water over food-related issues. Missouri governor Jay Nixon, a Democrat, took a lashing on Twitter from Kansas City Republican state representative Ryan Silvey over the recent firing of the Governor's Mansion chef: .bbpBox749977 ... More >>
The St. Louis based American Mustache Institute is today honoring one of its own: famed newsman Walter Cronkite who passed away Friday at the age of 92. For 19 years (1962-1981) Cronkite's grace, charm and caterpillar-like lip warmer, earned the trust of millions of Americans watching the CBS Evenin ... More >>
SLIFF celebrates its sweet sixteenth with a two-week party.
Channel 4's Julius Hunter sends a murder suspect to hell
Jefferson City lawmakers hit the roof over Nelly's visit to the statehouse
That's been the long, hard decision for TV academy chairman Bryce Zabel
Bi-State is losing riders and money. Mike McGrath, who has driven a bus for more than a year, thinks he knows what's wrong.
Neal Gabler alerts the masses to the proliferation of entertainment in his book Life the Movie