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A Hero’s Homecoming

Paralyzed former Ballwin police officer Michael Flamion settles into a new smart home provided through the Gary Sinise Foundation. Read more

If The Shoe Fits

Distinguished footwear executive Mark Jenkins branched out with his own company after 40 years working his way in the industry. Read more

Broad Brushstrokes

The St. Louis nonprofit Portfolio stages a new widescreen presentation of artwork in Clayton. Read more

Dinner & A Show: Ye Ethiopian Restaurant

Ye Ethiopian Restaurant, which debuted in November east of the Delmar Loop, features a traditional East African menu with beef, lamb, chicken and vegetarian options. Read more

Dinner & A Show: Fences

Lorna Littleway, who directed The Black Rep’s first production of August Wilson’s drama in 1999, returns to direct this stellar rendition which currently graces the stage at Washington University’s Edison Theatre. Read more

Bringing Sunshine and Joy

Through his David & Gloria Fissell Foundation, a St. Charles senior seeks to spread a legacy of light and love to residents in area care facilities. Read more

Happily Ever After: Ivy, Ginger and the Ford Family

Once upon a time, Gail Ford had a soft spot for golden retrievers, adopting four of the much-loved breed over the years. Read more