Is there a better American city for walking than New Orleans? And is there a better place to escape buzzy French Quarter activity than the Garden District?
The crème de la crème of local kitchens will be on display during the upcoming Junior League of St. Louis A Gathering Place Kitchen Tour. Before the tour begins, take a peek inside the featured homes; they're sure to leave you saying, Ooh la la!
High blood pressure. High cholesterol. Chronic fatigue. These symptoms and more can be signs of untreated sleep apnea. “Given that obesity has gone up substantially in this country, a lot of patients are suffering from undiagnosed sleep apnea. It’s not necessarily caused by a higher BMI; it could be an anatomical issue as well,” says Dr. Reza Movahed, a surgeon at Oral Facial Surgery Institute & Implant Center. “They’re dealing with all these symptoms—or if they are diagnosed, they have to go through the huge lifestyle change of having a CPAP, which is a device that keeps them breathing at night.”
If you happen to be driving along the 8-mile stretch of Martin Luther King Boulevard that begins in Wellston and ends in downtown St. Louis, it wouldn’t take too long to realize that there aren’t a lot of options for purchasing fresh, healthy foods in and around the neighborhood. But this urban food desert is on the verge of change—thanks to the efforts of the Beloved Streets of America and its vision of community stabilization, according to Derek Lauer, who is the architect coordinating the master-planning for the nonprofit.
From magnificent mahogany front doors and stunning picture windows to gorgeous gleaming hardware: When homeowners are looking to give their house’s façade a facelift, Fischer Window and Door Store aims to offer options truly built around you.
Supporters of Variety the Children’s Charity attended the organization’s 26th annual Runway Fashion Show event kickoff at Bellerive Country Club. Greg Myler of St. John will be the show’s designer. Guests at the event will have the chance to bid on handcrafted chairs as part of Chairs for Children. Pictured: Jan Albus and Mallory
This 4-bedroom, 4-full and 2-half bath home in Ladue is listed for $989,000
The folks at The Libertine are branching out into the world of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). The popular Clayton eatery is now offering subscriptions to its new CSA, which will include a bag of locally produced food each week for pick-up, as well as house-made delights from their kitchen, courtesy of chef JOSH GALLIANO. There are several levels and types of subscriptions to choose from, including omnivorous, paleo, vegetarian and vegan options. For more info, check out the restaurant's website at libertinestl.com, or send them an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Louis interior designer Jay Eiler’s sleek navy study makes us want to clean up our act. All of this perfection begs the question: Does good design really encourage us to live and work more beautifully? We went to Eiler for answers.
While its most known attribute may be the Kentucky Derby, our recent visit to Louisville proved that this Ohio River town is a whole lot more than just a one-trick pony.
Gamlin Whiskey House is the latest from the folks behind SubZero Vodka Bar. Like that popular eatery, Gamlin Whiskey House pairs a huge selection of a particular spirit with a complementary food menu for an all-around taste experience.
The mint julep provides a fine springboard for cocktail experimentation, so we asked a handful of the area's best bartenders to share their favorite recipes to inspire readers to get creative with their own libations come race day.
Once upon a time…There was a blue merle Great Dane who loved to ride in cars. Sam, now a 5-year-old, 210-pound dog who stands about 6 feet, 4 inches tall on his hind legs, was adopted at 8 months of age by the Goding family. “We worry that Sam gets frustrated if he hasn’t been in a car for awhile—which means for some portion of the day—and it’s not unusual for one of us to ask, Hey, has Sam gotten a ride today?,” says Keith Goding, owner of Hard Work Yard Work. “And if he hasn’t, we’ll open up the car and he’ll jump in, and we’ll give him a 15-minute ride around the neighborhood.”
Spring is upon us—when warm, breezy evenings abound with choruses of spring peepers and intermittent barred owl hoots. I find myself outside earlier in the morning and later in the night this time of they year with two of my beloved canine companions, Bruno and George, tagging right along. They are running and exploring every new tuft of grass and chasing the occasional bugs already out and about. And when they do, I find myself thinking about concerns for their well-being.
A packed house at the Fox Theatre was entertained by the area’s most talented high school students during the 4th annual Teen Talent Competition. First-place honors went to Donesha Buhr for her dazzling hula hoop routine.
St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment's Workforce Youth Leadership Awards
Caron House, Sherry Sissac, Lynn Maupin, Liz Jordan, Rebecca Raynes
During the third annual kickoff of their home run pledge program, Homers for Health, St. Louis Cardinals Matt Holliday and Allen Craig were interrupted by two teammates making an announcement of their own: Jason Motte and Adam Wainwright announced the launch of K’s for Kids, a new twist on the charitable program. This season, fans will have the chance to pledge for every home run hit by a Cardinal hitter, or every strikeout thrown by a Cardinal pitcher. Homers for Health has raised more than $1 million. Pictured: Allen Craig, Adam Wainwright, Matt Holliday and Jason Motte
Hey, hey…Fifty years after they burst onto the pop culture spotlight, The Monkees are back on tour, and will be making their way to St. Louis this summer. The surviving group members will perform live at The Fox on Thursday, June 5.