Riverfront Times

Cityscape
5:01 pm
Fri December 19, 2014

RFT Counts Down 12 Days Of St. Louis Christmas Songs

Chuck Berry performs at Blueberry Hill in St. Louis.
Credit Bill Greenblatt / UPI

After creating a list of 100 essential songs about St. Louis, Riverfront Times senior music writers Christian Schaeffer and Roy Kasten are working their way through the top 12 holiday songs by St. Louisians.

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Peter Kinder
4:08 pm
Thu August 11, 2011

Kinder releases statement regarding allegations related to ex-stripper

Mo. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder.
(St. Louis Public Radio)

As we told you about Wednesday, the St. Louis Riverfront Times published an interview with Tammy Chapman, who worked as a stripper in the St. Louis area in the 90’s and claimed that then-State Senator, and now Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, was “one of her best customers.”

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Peter Kinder
5:19 pm
Wed August 10, 2011

Allegations of Kinder history with ex-stripper could damage his political future, UMSL prof. says

Mo. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder.
(St. Louis Public Radio)

Political observers say Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder’s political future could be in jeopardy, if reports alleging his pursuit of a former stripper and nude model are true.

The St. Louis Riverfront Times published an interview with Tammy Chapman, who worked as a stripper in the St. Louis area in the 90’s and claimed that the then-State Senator was “one of her best customers.”

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Stand for Ernie
12:42 pm
Wed March 30, 2011

"Stand for Ernie" campaign launched to honor longtime figure of Cardinals baseball

Ernie Hays retired at the end of last season as the Cardinals organist. This year, the Cardinals' season starts tomorrow without Hays' musical contributions.
(Kelsey Proud/St. Louis Public Radio)

Vendors shouting to sell their popcorn and peanuts, ticket turnstiles rotating with that familiar clickity-clack, excited fans chatting and laughing with their friends - you're enveloped in the sounds of Opening Day with the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.

But at the 7th inning, when that familiar Budweiser jingle fills the air, and the Clydesdales float across the center field Jumbotron, you may not realize it, but something is missing.

Well, someone.

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