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MISSION: The goal is clear: The National Children’s Cancer Society (NCCS) works to better the lives of young cancer patients and their families by providing immediate assistance. “We are not going to duplicate the services of other national nonprofits, which mostly deal with research,” says president and CEO Mark Stolze. “Our focus is to help children who need assistance now.”
The Coca-Cola formula. The Nike swoosh. The NBC chimes. Intellectual property (IP) is all around us. And the law can protect it through patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, trade dress and right to publicity. But as the nation moves toward an information economy—where information is an intangible asset—the ever-expanding IP field is becoming more vulnerable. “Because of the Internet, it is so easy to obtain other’s IP,” notes Emmett McAuliffe of Riezman Berger.
Play: The Lyons
Story: Ben Lyons is dying of cancer. He’s confined to a Manhattan hospital room, where a nurse periodically checks in on him. His wife of 40 years, Rita, sits in a chair by his bedside, thumbing through a magazine. He asks about his adult daughter Lisa, a recovering alcoholic, but couldn’t care less about his grown son, Curtis, a despised homosexual.
The Arts and Education Council has announced its 2014 St. Louis Arts Awards recipients, who are being lauded for achieving a legacy of artistic excellence, and for enriching the local arts and cultural community. The honorees are...
Classical concerts. Poignant plays. Children’s opera. Hip-hop dance. Fashion exhibits. These eclectic forms of art and more will come together for a 17-day event this fall at various area venues.
Family hip-hop artist Secret Agent 23 Skidoo will take the COCA stage as part of this year's American Arts Experience.
Story: Jeffrey is 10 years old and a bit too headstrong for his parents’ liking. So, they enroll him in Mrs. Helen Kirk’s manners class at their local YMCA in Steubenville, Ohio. It’s 1967, so Jeffrey and the other students in “Mrs. Mannerly’s” class dress in spiffy fashion which, after all, is part of being properly groomed and presented.
Craig and Nancy Schnuck
Eau Bistro could easily be overlooked by prospective diners, but that would be a shame because the atmosphere and food are well worth a look--and a taste.
During this time of year, it is an LN tradition to salute local charities and nonprofit organizations that have commemorated milestone anniversaries in 2012. In celebration, we've asked a sampling of them to share some favorite memories, as well as even bigger future plans.
The Emmaus Resident Trust Foundation appointed PATRICK FARRELL to its board of directors.
Nothing says How nice to see you! or Thanks for a great weekend at the country house! better than a thoughtfully selected gift. We’ve come up with a selection of home décor items sure to please the most discerning recipient.
Story: On April Fools’ Day, 1919, aspiring young publisher John Pace Seavering faces an increasingly serious dilemma. A pal from his Princeton days, Denis McCleary, has popped by Seavering’s Manhattan office to inquire about his opinion of McCleary’s sprawling saga of a novel or, as Seavering puts it, “a grouping of pages.” McCleary is desperate to have his work published so as to impress the wealthy father of the young woman, Rosamund Plinth, whom he hopes to marry.
The hot, fresh Clayton eatery Crushed Red isn’t likely to be a flash in the pan. That’s because owners Chris LaRocca, Jason Tilford, Mike Marino, Ralph Kalish Jr. and Powell Kalish have done their research when creating this recipe for success.
Major corporations with St. Louis ties help keep the city’s arts community vibrant and thriving. Here, they share their reasons behind supporting the following arts organizations.
After acclaimed local artist Bunny Burson uncovered more than 100 letters revealing a moving family history in Nazi Germany, she decided to turn the words of love, desperation and hope into HIDDEN in Plain Sight, an art exhibition on view through June 30 at Bruno David Gallery.
Story: Playwright Paul Rudnick casts his wry eye on a number of situations dealing with alternative lifestyles in this four-scene, two-act pastiche. In Pride and Joy we meet Helene Nadler, mother of three grown children who have told her that they are lesbian, trans-sexual and a leather fetishist, respectively. So, as “the world’s greatest mother,” Helene reveals her thoughts and emotions to a Long Island chapter of the “Parents of Lesbians, Gays, the Transgendered, the Questioning, the Curious, the Creatively Concerned, and Others,” or P.L.G.T.Q.C.C.C. & O. for short.
COCAcabana 2012: White Hot Coca Center of Creative Arts By Diane Anderson White hot attire was the dress theme at the annual COCAcabana signature fundraising event. Guests were treated to a white hot cocktail hour with hors d’ oeuvres and drinks provided by some of the hottest St. Louis restaurants. From there it was time for the live auction featuring Y98 radio personality Guy Phillips as auctioneer, entertainment was provided by our town’s white hot celebrity guests Scott Foley, Ellie Kemper and Sarah Clarke. Guests were seated for dinner then off to the dance floor as DJ Crucial lit up the night. Event Chairs were Barbara and Steve Archer, Molly and Chris Danforth, Rachel and Jack Oliver.
This year is the 10th anniversary of Grand Center Inc.’s Visionary Awards, which honor women who are making a difference in the arts.
On May 17, 10 exemplary St. Louis-area women will be honored at the annual Women of Achievement Luncheon at The Ritz-Carlton. With the help of LN fashion editor Katie Yeadon and photographer Wesley Law, the honorees grace our fashion pages in chic, spring-inspired luncheon wear.
Arcturis architectural design firm hosted a creative thought luncheon featuring Iain Roberts, co-leader of IDEO? Roberts� design and innovation consulting firm recently was named one of the country�s 25 most innovative by Fast Company magazine. Arcturis sponsored Roberts� appearance at a recent COCAbiz event held for area business leaders at COCA. Pictured: Arcturis president Traci O�Bryan, Iain Roberts, COCAbiz director Steve Knight and COCA executive director Kelly Pollock
Stanley and Arlene Browne, owners of Robust Wine Bar, have lived in University City for eight years. Arlene works as marketing/public relations professional and Stanley, a certified sommelier, is the wine columnist for Ladue News. The couple has two children—Molly, 6, and Max, 3.
Autumn is here. There’s a chill in the air, and Cranky, Whiny and Punch are already thinking about Halloween costumes. The other thing that comes around this time of year happens to be some of the greatest culinary events the world has ever known. I am, of course, referring to the State Fair.
Perhaps a young child—never before exposed to the arts—hears Peter and the Wolf live at Powell Hall and develops a passion for music. Or maybe a first-ever trip to the Saint Louis Science Center inspires the curiosity to motivate a future chemist.