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Most of us could only dream about this kind of father-son business relationship; the DeWitts are living it. Bill DeWitt Jr. is the majority owner of the Cardinals; his son, Bill DeWitt lll, is team president. It’s one of the most successful family business connections in town and, as all St. Louisans know from the moment we learn to read the sports page, the Cards are one of the most fabled teams in the long, glorious history of America’s pastime.
Ira Dewitt, Archbishop Robert Carlson, Bill Dewitt III
Washington University has awarded filmmaker KEN BURNS with its 2012 International Humanities Medal. Burns was presented with the award for having a significant impact on American society with his contribution to the arts.
The new location of chef GERARD CRAFT's flagship restaurant, Niche, officially opened its doors to the public earlier this month. The restaurant is in the Centene Plaza Building in Clayton, next door to Craft's newest concept, Pastaria, which opened in September. Niche's former home on Sidney Street in Benton Park will now serve as Craft's test kitchen for culinary research and development.
Here’s a scene that was witnessed recently outside Busch Stadium following a huge Cardinals win: A father and his two young daughters are leaving the game on a hot summer night. They are still talking about all the food they had eaten— hot dogs, sodas, cotton candy—and also gushing about the big home run by David Freese.
RICK GRAEFE / JOURNAL Bill DeWitt III
Beach season is right around the corner, and St. Louis boutiques are full of everything you need for looking fabulous at the pool or on your favorite summer getaway. It’s all about hot pink and orange right now, so add some of these sunny colors into the mix and you’ll be ready for the heat!
Combining Bill DeWitt III’s duties as president of the St. Louis Cardinals with his wife Ira’s role as founder of Notifi Records, an urban music label, means a busy life for the DeWitt family. Their Ladue home provides a relaxing retreat at the end of the day.
St. Louis-based Psycho Films has released its fourth feature film, Welcome to Shirley, which made its world premiere in St. Louis at The Tivoli this week. The film is under the direction of 2010 Ladue H.S. grad JOE WEIL, currently a film student at the University of Southern California. Weil shares the credits with other Ladue alums, including executive producer BLAKE LAWRENCE (class of ’06), producer SAM KOENIG (class of ’11), editor JAKE TORCHIN (class of ’10), makeup artist CARLY JACOBS (class of ’10), costumer ALLISON BECKER (class of ’09), propman ROBERT TUNG (class of ’09) and audio technician RYAN HAYNES (class of ’09). Welcome to Shirley, described as a “comedic drama and dramatic comedy,” follows two estranged brothers reunited following the death of their father.
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Beth Stroble, Bill DeWitt III and Dr. Benjamin Akande
When…Annie Malone Children & Family Service Center raised more than $140,000 in its ‘Power of 57 Cents’ campaign? The organization also received $50,000 from Emerson as a challenge grant. Pictured: Edyth Wright, Sandy Reesor, Erika Bolton and Krystal Messmer.
Dave Geile of Geile-Leon, Darron Collins of the World Wildlife Fund, Mayor Slay, St. Louis Cardinals president Bill DeWitt III, Tim Leon of Geile-Leon and St. Louis Green president Craig Jung
When…the Humane Society of Missouri (HSMO) hosted more than 200 guests at the ‘Art for Animals’ gala at Old Warson Country Club? Thirteen one-of-a-kind designer pet beds created by local artists, architects and interior designers were auctioned at the black-tie event. Afterward, guests enjoyed a gourmet dinner and danced to the sounds of the Fabulous Motown Revue. Proceeds will benefit the HSMO’s Doolittle Fund, providing veterinary care for homeless pets. Pictured: Ellen Soule and Alan Barber of Neiman Marcus with HSMO president Kathy Warnick.