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Story: John, a professor, is riding high these days. He’s been nominated for tenure at the university where he teaches. Confident that he’ll gain that security, he and his wife have found a new home and are in the process of closing on it.
Story: Maude has returned home after an exhausting day. She’s a psychiatrist by trade, a single woman who has recently broken up with her boyfriend and now living alone again. Shortly after she arrives home, she’s interrupted by a friendly young man named Peter. He tells her that he’s noticed that her car is having some trouble, but that he can fix it for her, since he’s a bit of a mechanic.
From the food to the amenities, time spent at a private club is truly an experience. Since 1964, the Saint Louis Club has been providing that type of sophistication to members midst its French-inspired décor—much of which was recently updated, while maintaining its traditional elegance.
Centene chairman/CEO Michael Neidorff (center) and his employees participate in 'Go Red for Women' day in support of American Heart Association.
A veteran of the industry, Matthew Monzon has been styling hair for more than 20 years—most of it spent as a freelance artist doing runway, catalog and editorial looks for the likes of Elizabeth Banks, Alicia Keys, Julianna Moore, Kate Winslet and a bevy of other celebrities and brands too numerous to name. We asked the New York stylist how to best tame our tresses for the summer season—and look great while doing it.
Food in America is more than a necessary aspect of survival: It’s a part of our language, culture and social experience. We gather around meals. Our idioms and phrases make food references. We represent and define areas and events by the meals or snacks that coincide. While this may be many people’s America, dinner isn’t on the table for every family. Despite misconceptions about hunger, a lack of food is a sincere problem for Americans every day, including the approximately 57,100 individuals who depend weekly on the St. Louis Area Foodbank.
As a senior artist for MAC Cosmetics, Jane McKay is a regular participant in the Fashion Weeks of New York, Milan, Paris and London. The industry veteran has worked in every aspect of the company, from artist training to customer service and the global sales division. We asked her about this season’s trends.
Grand Center Inc. will be presenting its annual Visionary Awards to six area women on May 13 at The Sheldon. Ranging from theater to music and every art form in-between, these women are making a difference in the St. Louis artistic community—and they don’t plan on stopping any time soon.
Kim Eberlein (Volunteer Leadership)
You voted, we listened! Ladue News readers know what they like; and with this year's Platinum List, you've made your voices heard. This list compiles the best of St. Louis.
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We can think of no cozier place to spend a winter’s evening than Bar Les Frères, Zoe Robinson’s newest creation and one of the most charming and romantic new dining spots in St. Louis.
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The year 2012 was tumultuous in many respects, so perhaps fittingly Wicked is the title of the production that brings down the curtain on the last 12 months. A record drought plagued the St. Louis area, temperatures sweltered in an elongated summer and the area’s economy staggered toward a slow but steady recovery. All of this took place in the face of impending doom predicted centuries ago by the Mayan calendar.
The fact remains that more women die of heart disease than all forms of cancer combined. In response, the local chapter of the American Heart Association is working to ensure the disease is no longer a silent killer.
Like it or not, your face makes your first impression for you every day. So treat it with the care it deserves. This month, LN spoke with Michaelenne Klier, senior business consultant for Jane Iredale, about why so many dermatologists choose the brand, what exactly a BB cream does, and how to transition to the perfect fall look.
Summer vacation has ended, the kids are back in school and trips to the beach are over. However, those hours spent outdoors under the brutal sun have wreaked havoc on your face, and your upcoming schedule is booked full of events where you want to look your very best. With a variety of skin resurfacing techniques, Dr. Gregory Branham of Washington University Facial Plastic Surgery Center can help you achieve that glow. “We’re ending the season where we’ve done the most damage to our skin, so it’s an ideal time to repair and correct before winter,” Branham says.
When it comes to wrinkles, it’s easier to prevent than erase these early signs of aging. Procedures ranging from laser resurfacing to Botox to dermal fillers are available weapons in the war on wrinkles, but no one can ignore the importance of a good skin care regimen and top-notch products to help postpone the need for more invasive tactics.
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Story: The Roaring Twenties was a decade of debauchery, when illicit booze flowed in clandestine speakeasies while guys and gals treated themselves to loud and lusty good times despite the reign of Prohibition. Chicago was a city ruled by gangsters such as Al Capone and filled with two-bit players, such as Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart, searching for the big time. The former was incarcerated in the Cook County jail for killing her unfaithful husband and his lover, her own sister, while Mrs. Hart went to jail for plugging her boyfriend, Fred Casely.
We are so fortunate in St. Louis to have such diverse and remarkable architecture. Present architectural talents have added their mark to our landscape, but for this feature, I want to go back in time when our fair city was experiencing growth that rivaled other great cities across the nation: The late 1800’s reflected a time when our country was being built by the ingenuity and hard work of American men and women who embraced the industrial age. Part of what that success brought to the captains of industry and finance was a luxurious European lifestyle that had not been enjoyed at this level on our shores prior to that time.
St. Louis Go Red for Women Luncheon By Diane Anderson The Ritz Carlton was filled with over seven hundred ladies and gentlemen wearing red in honor of the Go Red for Women luncheon. Along with the meal, there were health screenings and education sessions. Heart disease is still the No. 1 killer of women, taking the life of 1 in 3 women each year. On average, nearly 25 women die from heart disease and stroke in Missouri each day. But it can be prevented. During the lunch, those who attended heard stories from survivors about how heart disease affects their families and how everyone can help stop heart disease in our lifetime. Among those who were spotted in the crowd were, Jasmine Huda, Kitty Ratcliffe, Susan Block, Laurna Godwin, Wendy Henry and Pat Whitaker were the co-chairs.
Valentine’s Day is the biggest date night of the year, and who doesn’t like to glam it up for this romantic occasion? We asked Blair Patterson, global premier makeup artist for Estée Lauder, how to make a big statement on the big night.