This Week in RFT, March 25 to April 1



We're back on the streets, so grab yourself a copy and start moving your eyeballs. We have a lot to offer this week, and you sure can't beat the price. Your reading satisfaction guaranteed, or your money back!

Unreal, for one, is up to its old tricks with some off-the-wall interviews with a so-called certified ethical hacker and a terrorist priest. This week's News Real from Keegan Hamilton lays out the reasons why the tiny police force in hardscrabble Kinloch is up in arms.

You're not going to want to miss the second installment of "Vanishing Act," an RFT Special Report by Kristen Hinman, who continues to cobble together the sorry saga of Christian Ferguson, who is almost surely dead. Police think they know who the killer is, and yet there is nothing they can do about it.

Theater critic Dennis Brown reviews Dr. Jeykyll and Mr. Hype, of which he says he's never seen a stranger adaption of the play based on Robert Louis Stevenson's fantastical novella. This week, our fearless restaurant reviewer Ian Froeb, brings us to Momoyama's, a lip-smacking sushi house in Chesterfield.

Music editor Annie Zaleski, meanwhile, will tell you about Little Steven's latest gig -- bringing his garage-rock radio show to St.Louis airwaves.

All of this and more in this week's RFT.

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