Meghan Christina Blase and Charles Brian Flynn
As soon as you walk in the door of Ferguson Burger Bar & More, you see a sign that reads: You say I dream too big, I say you think too small. Charles Davis is the person who put that sign up on the wall.
Story: For 36 years Willy Loman has led the life of a salesman, covering all of New England for the New York company and its products that he represents. To hear Willy tell it, he cuts a wide swath through the northeastern United States, where people welcome him with open arms and deep pockets.
With so much online information at the consumer’s fingertips, the challenge for today’s influential, high-end interior designers is to ferret out truly unique and hard-to-find furnishings for the most discerning and fashion-forward clients.
Parenthood is a mix of joy and concern—joy at the gift of your precious child, and concern that he is growing and developing normally. It’s normal to wonder about your child’s progress and compare him to other children. Most babies reach their developmental milestones at or around the expected time, but identifying a potential problem is important.
Since its beginning in the 1870s, the Central West End has served as a sought-after St. Louis residential district. These days, the CWE is an urban oasis full of homes, restaurants, bars, art, entertainment, and—of course—shopping.
Story: Dorante is an elegant, upper-class cad. He’s journeyed to Paris in 1644 in search of a wife, unaware that his father already has decided his marital fate. While there, Dorante stumbles upon an amiable chap named Cliton, an impoverished but decent fellow who needs a steady job. Cliton convinces Dorante that he should be Dorante’s servant, which appeals to the gentleman’s vanity.
Ask almost anyone who knows Dan Farrell, senior VP of sales and marketing for the Cardinals, to tell you something about him and the first thing they’ll probably say is that he is one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet in St. Louis.
Books for tweens:
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of its musical theatre program, COCA this weekend is presenting Ragtime The Musical. The production features a cast of 50 and includes COCA alumni and students from 17 area high schools like Max Fiorello.
This 5-bedroom, 4-full and 1-half bathroom home in Clayton is listed for $1.595 million.
Resident Sherman Stiffleman poses with two belly dancers from Belly Dance Mirage, as part of The Brentmoor’s Father’s Day celebration. Residents and their families celebrated Dad by enjoying entertainment from the dancers and delicious barbecue.
For millennials, buying a home still seems to be part of the American Dream.
So, this was the scene: In the spring of 1986, Pattonville was hosting De Smet in the district final. De Smet led 2-1 in the sixth. There was a man on second and two outs. DeSmet elected to pitch to Scott Cooper, who had homered earlier in the game. Bad idea. Cooper hit the ball 400 feet on the track by the football field. Pattonville won 3-2.
Parents dream of the day when their child will walk across the stage to receive a college diploma. But in the case of divorced couples, the mounting costs of higher education—books, room and board, and tuition—can create conflict.
For families who live outside the 50-mile radius of St. Louis but who have children in a local hospital, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) provides them with a home away from home.
The best kind of leader is the one who leads by example, and so this weekend we pay special tribute to our fathers—some of the best leaders of them all. These hard-working gentlemen show us through their words and actions what type of person we should strive to be. Happy Father’s Day, dads!
When many people think back to childhood, they remember the stacks of books lining their bedroom walls or being read to every night at bedtime. But not all area children are so fortunate. That’s where Ready Readers steps in.
We asked for look-alikes, and you sent us carbon copies! Thank you to all who entered the annual LN Father's Day Look-Alike contest. Now, it's time to meet the winners: Filip Everaert and his 15-year-old son, Cedrick.
Diane Anderson and her dad, Walter Treppler
Pat Shannon-VanMatre and her dad, Mike Shannon
Andy Dielmann and his dad, former Creve Coeur Mayor Harold Dielmann
Andrew Berdy and his dad, Gregg
Jackson Nolan and his father, Andy
George O’Bryan and his dad, Mark