Once upon a time in the cold bottleneck region of south city, I was driving for Uber when I nearly was crushed by another car. Before my mom can text … Continue reading South City Confessions: The world would be a better place if people stopped at red lights and stop signs
Did you hear about Arsenal soccer diehards gathering together to preach about the hatred of a man named Stanley Kroenke? What a shitbag. I think this is something the world … Continue reading Every ounce of hate that goes Stan Kroenke’s way, the better for St. Louisans
Great music can happen by accident. Justin Johnson’s “Never Coming Home” sits in that soulful category of right time, right place. The album, released in 2019, marked the St. Louis … Continue reading Justin Johnson’s ‘Never Coming Home’ evokes the true voice of one of St. Louis’ finest musicians
Every time I pull up in front of my house, I feel the need to apologize to my car. After all, St. Louis is a nasty place to raise a … Continue reading The five worst places to drive in St. Louis
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
I miss the guy. In case you are living under a rock down on the edge of Soulard, you know baseball is coming soon. The offseason chill is starting to … Continue reading Why @cardinalsgifs is the best
Who really wanted a loop trolley? Years ago, I wasn’t driving down Delmar and heard outside my car window, “all we need in this town to stop violence, underpaid teachers, … Continue reading South City Confessions: The Loop Trolley was doomed from the start
After four months on the job, a few things I’ve learned.
The world definitely doesn’t run on Dunkin!