I wore a mask for 14 months. Everywhere. The gym, restaurants for takeout, movie theaters that were actually open, and just about anywhere. I hated it, but did so for … Continue reading South City Confessions: Masking up or not shouldn’t be a declaration of war between people
When you’re hanging with the old man, the need to impose your way grows–or so I think. Tuesday night, as the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers dragged a 1-1 … Continue reading Calling out Paul Goldschmidt and getting an immediate answer
According to Adam Wainwright, it was an acquisition many hitting videos in the making. Nolan Arenado to the Cardinals. Adam Wainwright said over the last two years, Arenado would send … Continue reading Nolan Arenado’s game-winning blast culminates a memorable homer opener in St. Louis
During Sunday’s game between the Cardinals and Reds, a fan blamed Matt Carpenter, the idle bench bat during today’s contest (UPDATED: he drew a walk), for Tommy Edman’s rough at-bat. … Continue reading Top 10 bad things in St. Louis that are now Matt Carpenter’s fault
Some things in life shouldn’t need explanation or that much oxygen to understand. They are called rules. COVID-19 has taken a pound of flesh, in some way or another, from … Continue reading The simples of rules: Follow the COVID-19 guidelines, or you’ll get shut down
Good evening, everyone. It’s a new dawn and a new day, and there’s a lot of work to be done. But before we place 2020 in the trunk for good, … Continue reading What I Voted For | Buffa’s 2020 St. Louis Film Critics Association award ballot
Stop running red lights. If there is one annual grievance I have with drivers in general is that they seemingly can’t be stopped. As in, they don’t care for or … Continue reading South City Confessions: Please stop running red lights!
No, I am not going to write Ryan Gosling’s biography.
Without Lou Brock, I may not like baseball as much as I do today. One could call it a stretch. After all, my dad’s old man famously paced the front … Continue reading Lou Brock may have finally stolen heaven, but he’ll live in Cardinal hearts forever
A lawyer with an eye patch. What could go wrong in a courtroom? I always got a solid kick out of Charles “Ed” Brown, the personal injury attorney of the … Continue reading Charles “Ed” Brown’s death is proof that we never quite know what’s going on with someone