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A truly great song can break and warm your heart simultaneously. Despite her age—or perhaps enhanced by it—7-year-old cancer patient Arianna has created just that while in the hospital. The opportunity wasn’t a musical miracle: It was Maryville University’s Kids Rock Cancer.
With a loyal local following and rave reviews from The Wall Street Journal to The New York Times, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis continues to draw adoring audiences from throughout the world. And its new season is set to be no exception. General director Tim O’Leary recently filled us in on the company’s worldwide impact and its four new shows, to feature classic and modern opera, jazz, romance and comedy.
If you think of the body as a structure, the feet are the foundation on which everything else rests. Pounds of force are placed upon the feet with every step we take. The delicate bones, tendons and tissues usually bear this load cheerfully enough, but the condition of your feet can provide clues to overall health and affect the condition of the rest of the musculoskeletal system.
As vibrant as Seattle days are, after-dark activities are equally as spirited with untold clubs and bars ranging from the Old World elegance of Oliver’s Lounge to great jazz at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley.
What did you want to be when you grew up? In our special Women in Business section, you’ll read about some St. Louis women who dreamed big and worked hard to turn their vision into reality. Their path to success serve as an inspiration to others who may be seeking their calling—either as a fledgling employee or someone who is embarking on a second career.
Following graduation from college, I spent four years in medical school, then three years in a pediatric residency. This was long before medical student and resident work hours were restricted, so I spent up to 100 hours each week for many years learning medicine – specifically pediatric medicine. I’ve spent the rest of my life practicing to get it right. After all the time, effort and expense, what have I spent most of my professional time doing? Talking about poop: too much, not enough, too hard, too loose—you name it, some mom, dad or grandma has worried about it, and I’ve discussed it.
Maxine Clark grew up in the decade of big dreams realized. Today, the Build-A-Bear Workshop founder is affectionately gazing back on the journey of her own realized dream.
Brenda Schmidt, Cathleen Nuelle, Yvette Phillips
Anita and Dan Sullivan, Gail Watkins
Kay and Phil Roush, Jennifer Jones
Allen and Kristi Calicutt, Jenny Pavlovsky, John Henrion III
Katie and Chris Nagus, Debra Hollingsworth and Mark Stacye
Vivian and Mark Darrell
Vicky and John Sondag
Vivian and Mark Darrell, Nita and Mike Spotanski, Jon Jenkins, Charlene Bovaconti (crop woman from right)
Jennifer Cullen, Chris Koster, Suzanne Sitherwood, Tom and Carol Voss
Tandava Tribal Belly Dancers
Bill Siedhoff, Mary Ellen Cotsworth
Tandava Tribal Belly Dancers
Mike and Sara Luigs, David and Allison Edwards, Sarah and Aaron Huisman
Nita and Mike Spotanski
Pamela Kramer, Jon Jenkins, Charlene Bovaconti
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