For many people 50 and older, the last time they went on a date, they may have been wearing bell bottoms or driving a Barracuda. Terri Orbuch, best known as The Love Doctor, has been studying the subject of love and romance for more than 25 years. She’s the author of five books, project director of a long-term study on marriage funded through the National Institutes of Health, and the relationship expert for 50-plus singles site OurTime.com. We asked her about returning to the game of love for those of a certain age.
Taking Designers to the Next Level
Potted plants soften the edges of hardscape, mute street noise, and create a lush, colorful backdrop. One of the beauties of container gardening is that plants may be moved around to find the ‘best’ spot for their culture.
Your home is an expression of your personal style. And many work throughout their lives to perfect the design of their dream house. But as people get older, their needs change. That’s why Mosby Building Arts, a resource for home remodeling in St. Louis for more than 65 years, is helping families to plan and design a space where they can age in place.
LN takes you inside recent remodels for a look at the latest home trends. Peek inside this spa-inspired bathroom, and find out more about the best lighting, fixtures and tiles.
Kampai Sushi Bar is one of those places that sort of sneak up on you. Although it's located in the bustling Central West End, the restaurant sits on a quiet, tree-lined street removed from the busy Euclid Avenue. strip where most of the neighborhood's high-profile eateries are, tucked next to an equally anonymous apartment building.
About 2.5 million years ago, the earliest humans were chipping away at stones to make rudimentary tools (hence, the ‘Stone Age’), running away from mastodons and other prehistoric beasts, and eating whatever they could hunt and gather. And they must have been a healthy bunch!
Three months after he was shot while deployed in Afghanistan, Cpl. Tyler Huffman returned to his father's home in Fulton, Missouri. He had been injured in the spine, lung and liver, and was now paralyzed from the waist down. To his surprise, a welcoming committee awaited his arrival—and thanks to the Semper Fi Fund, there was more in store for this Marine.
Master bath by Mosby Building Arts
If You’re a Presenter, It’s Time to De-Clutter!
Grace Joan Cline and Michael John Keeven
The Saint Louis Art Museum is extending its run of the groundbreaking exhibit, Impressionist France: Visions of Nation from Le Gray to Monet. The exhibition is now running through Bastille Day, the French national holiday on July 14.
As an interior designer for some 30 years, I pride myself on researching and studying ‘the greats’ who have helped to shape the design world. I thought I had a pretty comprehensive awareness of all the talented people in this industry, yet I somehow missed one: George Stacey.
James Beethe could buy his HIV medication—or food. The cost of caring for the illness became increasingly difficult, eventually leaving him unable to pay rent. That’s when he stepped across the threshold of Doorways.
So, you’re looking for something different to do this weekend? Well, you’re in luck, because you’ve just hit the performing arts jackpot with the third annual St. Lou Fringe Festival.
When we embarked on our journey to Bentonville, Arkansas, we were prepared for the unexpected—and that’s certainly what we got. We now understand why the art world is abuzz.
Researchers Explore Potential Treatment for Fibrosis
Since 2007, more than 200 post-9/11 veterans have been awarded fellowships to better themselves and their communities through St. Louis-based nonprofit The Mission Continues.
Natalie Blakemore, along with her husband, Todd, launched Unlimited Play Inc. in 2003. By spring of 2007, their dream of a fully accessible place for all to play came to fruition with Zachary’s Playground in Lake St. Louis.
Northwestern Mutual is much more than an insurance company. Throughout the past 20 years, the firm has significantly expanded its capabilities to deliver comprehensive financial planning in addition to its solid, 150-year foundation of insurance management.
So, school’s out. Cranky, Whiny and Punch are loose for the summer. It’s great—truly. No more grueling classes from eight in the morning until three in the afternoon. No more sports teams. No more homework. No more 'school-night' curfew. The problem is, those were the only things that simultaneously kept the kids accounted for and out of my hair.
Fans of fine food and the works of The Bard will be pleased to find out that Bixby’s, located on the second floor of the Missouri History Museum, is partnering with Shakespeare Festival St. Louis for this year’s productions of Henry IV and Henry V. Bixby’s will host an intimate and elegant communal dining experience for five nights throughout the run of the show. Guests can make reservations to dine at a community table, under the stars, and enjoy a lavish full-course meal, focused on dining with local influence. This experience is limited to 40 guests per night. Tickets are $50 and include a reserved seat for the show; dinners begin at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at sfstl.com.
On June 20, 16 women will be welcomed into an exclusive club that includes the likes of nationally known singer-songwriter Chaka Kahn, civil rights attorney and former Urban League board chair Frankie Freeman, local philanthropist Thelma Steward, and Fox Theater co-owner Mary Strauss, among other illustrious company.
Last month, we discussed sleep for the newborn, infant and toddler. No doubt, every baby in the St. Louis area is now sleeping soundly through the night, and parents are well rested and refreshed, right? But what about those with older kids?