David Wraith hasn't yet made Valentines Day plans with either of his girlfriends.
Flickr/Eduardo Santos It's not dinner at a mid-priced Italian restaurant, but this is romance.
Yes, he has two girlfriends, and yes, they're two serious relationships, what's known as a polyamorous arrangement. As for Wraith, a self described "free-range poly man-whore," he says this is actually his first Valentines Day-related multi-girlfriend predicament.
"I need to look at a calendar and see who's available when," he says, adding, "Google Calendar is a godsend to the poly community."More »
Why did we drink so much last night? Why do we always start of the new year with an epic hangover? New Year's Day can be rough.
Rob Sinclair via Flickr Oh, boy. Today is going to be tough.
With so many places closed and hungover brains barely functioning, Daily RFT is here to offer five St. Louis events and places that are still open today, in case you need to drink, run or walk off that pounding head and queasy stomach:More »
Happy New Year! As we ring in 2014, let's all take a moment to reflect on how we can make it even better than 2013.
Northfielder via flickr OK, St. Louis. In 2014, let's be nicer to transplants and dogs, agreed?
We have a few ideas for St. Louis' 2014 New Year's resolutions. Here are five of our favorites:More »
Wondering what to do with your tree now that Christmas is over? Let it sleep with the fishes!
MDC Missouri Department of Conservation Fisheries staff sink leftover Christmas trees into Creve Coeur Park Lake which fish will use for habitat. Cement blocks tied to the trunk are used to get the trees to stay down.
The Missouri Department of Conservation is looking for families to donate their used natural Christmas trees for new fish habitats in St. Charles and in Creve Coeur Lake.More »
The lords have a'lept. The ladies have a'danced. The partridge has ditched the pear tree and has run away with one of the French hens.
Evil Erin on Flickr Santa nose if you've been bad or good, so ditch Christmas and come party.
We spend months planning for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but do you have any plans for Christmas Night? We have a few ideas.More »
Happy Thanksgiving, River City!
Jason Meredith on Flickr This is exactly how we feel about the fact that today is Thanksgiving.
As America celebrates overeating and bargain prices (that's what Thanksgiving is about, right?), escape from the dining room and spend Turkey Day in some of our favorite St. Louis spots:
If you love Christmas and want to go all out this holiday -- lights, stockings, nativity scenes, carols, the works -- this is your year. A new Missouri law says no one, not even the government, can restrict your celebration in any public space.
tamburix on Flickr
Folks can practice, mention, celebrate or discuss any federal holiday in any public park, school or place, according to Statute 9.015, passed last month when the state house voted to override Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of the bill. (More on that after the jump.) There are 10 federal holidays, including Columbus Day, Independence Day and Labor Day. Christmas Day is the only holiday associated with a religion.
Rep. Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, says that while the 32-word law covers all ten federal holidays, "It's really just about one holiday: Christmas."More »