Since its opening four years ago, Citygarden has become a must-see St. Louis destination. Now the downtown sculpture park is worth a listen, too. See also: - Jenna Fischer Defends Imo's Pizza - Jon Hamm Brags About St. Louis Cardinals Today Citygarden unveiled an iPhone app that offers -- among ... More >>
The Mountain Goats | Water Liars April 21, 2012 The Gargoyle I'm just going to call it now: the most common response to this review will be "I didn't know the Mountain Goats played in St. Louis this weekend." John Darnielle and his crew flew in to play a one-off show on the closing night of Washing ... More >>
image viaWe uncovered a lot of fascinating stories last summer while we were compiling our Literary St. Louis project, and one of our favorites was that Walt Whitman's brother, Thomas Jefferson Whitman (known as Jeff), had designed and built the water tower on North Grand Avenue and 20th Stre ... More >>
This week's Riverfront Times explores our city's literary history. Check back throughout the week for online-only maps and articles supplementing this week's cover story. Why did so many St. Louis writers live in or near the Central West End? Sure it's a swell place to live, but real estate is expe ... More >>
This week's Riverfront Times explores our city's literary history. Check back throughout the week for online-only maps and articles supplementing this week's cover story. Now that you've read about all the famous writers who lived in St. Louis, get up off your ass and take a walk in their footsteps ... More >>
Image sourceGass in 1969, a year before any of those New Yorker punks were born.The New Yorker just announced its 20 favorite writers under 40. This list is so damned important, it's been published in the New York Times and mocked by Gawker. ("You probably hate it already, without even knowin ... More >>
William Gass invites you to visit the Front Room.If you're already watching the clock and thumbing through the paltry excuses you've yet to use for ditching work early on a Friday afternoon, set your thumbs at ease. You suddenly need to go to the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis before it closes ... More >>
After thirty-plus years, it's still a literary force of nature.
Read a good book under an old oak tree.
Riverfront Times uncovers secret plan for Ballpark Village cultural landmark.
Typo Café at the Tin Ceiling, 3159 Cherokee Street; 314-910-7321.
A rough guide to St. Louis
Week of December 15, 2004
And the water's wonders?
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William H. Gass
Wash. U. grad Susan Bernofsky brings the mysterious Swiss writer Robert Walser into English