Genuine people are the the best people. There’s no screen door or sliding glass bullshit separating that person’s actual self from what they decide to show the world. While I … Continue reading Why we need a lot more souls around here like Lux, St. Louis’ genuine article
There are some things you begin to understand as you get older. One of those is how you define a great restaurant. Is it the food? Is it the people? … Continue reading Best News of the Week: Southwest Diner is open for dine-in service again!
Life presents a double-edged sword to contend with as the years stack up. If you are going to love something or someone, the fact that it can’t last forever smacks … Continue reading Dear Younger Kids: Please don’t take your grandparents for granted
Mark Zuckerberg lost nearly $6 billion today. Say it again with me, but with a Dr. Evil meets Donald Trump line reading… A BILLION DOLLARS! That’s a lot of money. … Continue reading South City Confessions: Don’t look up! In a world without Facebook
Andy Karandzieff must have been smiling ear to ear last night at the Dome in downtown St. Louis. The greatest rock n’ roll band in the world had just given … Continue reading Mick Jagger gives Crown Candy Kitchen a shoutout during Rolling Stones show at the Dome
Nothing. If I had to tell you what people here in America have learned over the past 20 years, you wouldn’t like the answer. Little to zip. Back on 9/11, … Continue reading What have we learned since 9/11?
A great Twitter thread this weekend featured a very unique and rather blunt question in our modern world: Name one phrase that really f**king annoys you. Go. — Meeeeee (@DonnaDlm71) … Continue reading 5 phrases that need to disappear quickly
A lot of fighters tried to take Matt Hughes out in the ring. A few succeeded, while many failed and failed again. But zero battles inside the Octagon could measure … Continue reading A freak of nature in the octagon, Matt Hughes’ life after retirement is even more remarkable
“Smile! It’s good for ya!” Last week, I was at a movie screening with a few minutes to spare. As 10 turned to 15 and that escalated into 30 minutes, … Continue reading Farewell, Mr. Orange: A master film projectionist, father, and lover of baseball caps tilted up
I got lucky.