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I own a lot of things with screens—maybe too many. In addition to my work computer and laptop, I also have a TV at my office, in the bedroom, and in the bathroom as I need to watch the news while brushing my teeth. And, I own an iPhone, as well as multiple iPads. In fact, as I look around the house, it is safe to say that my old iPads never really die, they just get recycled into expensive room clocks and personal gaming devices.
Although Wally and the Beaver might have rather been playing baseball, Ward and June insisted that their rambunctious sons come inside at dinnertime to share a meal and talk about the events of the day.
While it may seem obvious to showcase red items for the month of February, I have not completely abandoned featuring an actual trend. Red was big for fall and is continuing to be a strong color for spring (yes, spring is slowly arriving into stores).
As I glance around the high school, I can instantaneously spot students using Apple iPhones, Androids, and their various apps, including one of the most popular social networking apps: Instagram. Instagram is described as a “fast, beautiful, and fun way to share your photos with friends and family.” A user can snap a photo, choose [...]
Wow your teenager with everything she wants for the holidays.
We present you with the final installment of our series of conversations with LN's Show House designers. Don't forget, the 2012 William Bernoudy Ladue News Show House opens next Friday, Oct. 5, and runs through Oct. 21.
The numbers show that women make up 45 percent of the workforce and control 95 percent of financial decisions in households across America. “Women are more prone to worry about their families, health care costs and the ability to meet their financial goals given the uncertainties within the economy today, so the value of a trusted advisor serves a significant need for women,” says complex director Carole Wentz, who notes that Merrill Lynch has 28 female financial advisors serving the local market.
With next month’s highly anticipated opening of the 2012 William Bernoudy Ladue News Show House, some of St. Louis’ best designers are busy getting ready for their big reveal. Over the next few weeks, you’ll get to know them a little better with LN’s Show and Tell.
A highlight of my summer is always the two weeks our family gets to spend in northern Michigan. It’s cool and quiet, and Cranky (14), Whiny (13) and Punch (11) can bike to the fudge shop or the ice cream store. It’s all very Norman Rockwell. A low point of my summer, however, is always the drive up there. Whoever said it’s not about the destination, but the journey, has never been on a 12- hour car ride with three bored, bickering children.
On Trend: Nautical Style
During the summer of 1963, after I graduated from elementary school but before I began high school, my friends and I would ride our bikes from our homes in the South City to downtown St. Louis. We would leave in the morning, make the 10- to- 12-mile ride down Gravois Road to 12th street, and bum around downtown all day. We didn’t wear helmets and thought—as did our parents—that this was a great way to spend the day.
Are you dreaming of calm ocean waters and tranquil beaches right about now? Well, so were many designers for spring. Hues of cool blues and aquatic-inspired accessories are sure to get you in the mood for the warm months ahead.
People often complain that there is a lack of originality in Hollywood, that every movie is either a remake (or the new euphemism for a remake, a reboot). Every rom-com is formulaic, every thriller lacks suspense, every comedy is reheated. In that respect, you really have to hand it to Gone. It’s not a remake, yet it references multiple movies. It’s not a sequel, but it picks up where another story leaves off. It’s not a reboot, yet if you enter Gone in the imdb.com search bar, 37 possible titles come up. So really this film is groundbreaking in its derivative content. You see? It’s original in its lack of originality.
So I met Siri the other day…Who is Siri, you ask? Well frankly, if you have to ask, I am embarrassed for you. She is only the talk of the town. She is the woman of the hour. Forget Michelle Williams or Charlize Theron, Siri is Hollywood’s ‘it’ girl, and no, she’s not Tom Cruise’s daughter. She is thin and beautiful, smart and funny, and she has all the answers. Siri is the voice response component on the latest iPhone, and she is a veritable font of information. In many ways, she is the perfect woman.
I’m noticing a certain phrase sneaking into our vocabulary. It pops up in almost every conversation, regardless of the topic. You can be debating which fast food menu item is the healthiest or kvetching about a boring workout. You can be chit-chatting about the stock market or trying to remember the name of the band that sings that stupid song that’s been running through your head for a week. The response is always the same: There’s an app for that.
Opening last week to a chorus of Wow! that echoed throughout the dozen-plus gorgeous rooms, the Ladue News Show House, at #15 Washington Terrace, is a must-see. Over the past few weeks, we’ve introduced you to some of the talented designers who’ve brought this historic property to life. In this issue, read about six more partipating designers and their favorite things.
The Ladue News Show House opens its doors tomorrow, at No. 15 Washington Terrace in the Central West End. Last week we introduced you to four of the talented interior designers who’ve brought this historic home to spectacular life. In this issue, learn a little bit more about other members of the first-ever Show House team.
The Ladue News Show House assembles a dream team of St. Louis designers, incorporating decades of design expertise, creativity and personality. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to chat with them and get a bit of inside scoop on their favorite people, things and insider secrets.
Pull in the driveway at the end of a long day and relax, because the lights are on, the house is just the right temperature and you already know your teenagers are safely home, even though they forgot to call—again. With a home automation system customized for your family and your lifestyle, life is just a little less complicated.
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This is going to sound ridiculous, but I really think it’s true: I need a social secretary. I don’t know if it’s the time of year or a sudden surge in popularity (like going from the proletariat to the bourgeoisie) or if it’s something else altogether, but there is a lot going on. So much so that I spend a huge chunk of my day mapping out the social agenda…driving, picking up friends, getting to sporting events…oh but not for me, for my kids.
Do we really need dads today, or have they become obsolete? More and more women are conceiving children without dads being in the picture, so when a father is in the home, what role should he play?