The flares lit by Bosnian soccer fans at last week's international friendly game did no damage to Busch Stadium, but they set off a firestorm on social media last week as St. Louisans reacted in ways that were by turns curious, angry and downright xenophobic.
International soccer star Lionel Messi will not be on Busch Stadium's pitch Monday. The best soccer player in the world will be out for eight weeks after tearing a left thigh muscle on Sunday, so he won't suit up for the international friendly between Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina. But for tens ... More >>
For a city without a Major League Soccer team, St. Louis has hosted more than its share of international friendlies in the last six months. A sell-out crowd of 48,263 watched Manchester City upset English Premier League powerhouse Chelsea in May, and Real Madrid, helped by playboy Cristiano Ronald ... More >>
Photos courtesy of the artistsKate Middleton and Prince William are getting married in a matter of hours (have you heard about this at all?). You can watch the Royal Wedding via webcam, but let's be honest: Weddings are boring when you're actually there. So we'll take a pass on grainy video f ... More >>
Anne GreenspringsJUNK: Edith Bunker's All in the Family Cookbook, ¬©1971 by Tandem Productions, Inc. Found at Goodwill during a "6 books for $1" special. Features chapters with titles like "Things To Start Your Meal Nice" and "Pancakes That They'll Gobble Right Up." Edith's dimwitted voice grates th ... More >>
These guys donít a give a rip about the candy. Itís all about the plastic dispensers.
Handwriting experts, Bosnian profanity and televised breakups: all part of Michael Hetelson's revolutionary vision for indoor soccer in St. Louis
Help the Contemporary Art Museum celebrate its first anniversary in style
Vets call on the military's top brass not to fight
The St. Louis International Film Festival proves "indie" isn't a category but a way of life
Week of June 5, 2002
Those who follow the way of the gun have their many reasons. Just ask them.
Bosnian immigrants bring a taste of home to St. Louis
Rich Balducci takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'
Bill Bangert wanted a world-class domed stadium in St. Louis County, but all he got was a tiny town. Now the 77-year-old dreamer is back in Missouri with a few more nutty ideas.
After surviving the Balkan wars, refugees from Bosnia-Herzegovina have been given a place to tell their story at the Missouri Historical Society. The hard part is deciding what that story is.
Home is where they have to take you in. But for the Roma refugees who've come to St. Louis, there's no such place.
Co-written and directed by Goran Paskaljevic
In an era about nothing, SLU student activism is a welcom sight
It's the power of the music, not cartoonish surface appearances, that makes for a music hero, say the local young folk we polled