Summer is over—maybe not according to the calendar; but according to the cineplex, it is.
We are officially back to school. And for the high-school crowd, Homecoming is the first big event. These guys and gals all are members of the Fashion Club at Ladue Horton Watkins High School—the perfect models for our spread.
Here's a typical conversation that occurs in some homes whenever a wedding invitation is received in the mail:
Ah, the back-to-school season. It's time for new pencils and notepads for classes like philosophy, art, current events, literature and computer skills. Does this sound like the schedule of a 20-something coed? It’s actually just a few commonplace activities and classes of Gatesworth resident Gladys Barker.
Earth Wind & Fire
Parties in the Park
St. Louis Cabaret Festival
All That Tap
Celebrity Waiters Night
Anyone with children older than 10 has slowly come to terms with the fact that there is no summer. OK, that was an exaggeration. Of course, there’s a summer. According to the calendar, summer lasts about three months. Mentally, it lasts six weeks. Emotionally, summer is 16 reasonably pleasant days sandwiched in-between the end of school wrap-up and the back-to-school check-up.
Your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Here, local wedding experts share essential checklists to help couples prepare as early as possible—so that once the big day arrives, the bride and groom can cherish every moment.
If I’m being incredibly optimistic, I would say studios are opting for quality, not quantity, this summer. We shall see. Here’s what’s coming to theaters in July and August...
St. Louis may be known as a sports town, but Jill McGuire says that the Gateway City should be thought of as something else—an "arts town."
Ring in the Fourth of July St. Louis-style at one of these community celebrations.
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.