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YOLANDA ROUSSEAU has joined accounting and advisory firm Abeles and Hoffman, P.C., as an audit associate. She will provide comprehensive audit, review and compilation services across a range of industries.
Story: Stuffy Mr. Darling lives in London with his wife and their three children, Wendy, John and Michael, along with their maid Liza and dog Nina. The children are treated to bedtime stories at night by the loving Mrs. Darling. Unknowingly, they are visited by the flying Peter Pan, who enjoys the stories himself. When Peter’s shadow is captured one night, he returns with the fairy Tinker Bell to retrieve it and is met unexpectedly by Wendy.
There’s no doubt that this has been one of the worst summers for Hollywood in recent memory. Correction: Hollywood actually did pretty well. We were the ones who had to suffer. And every time a big-budget movie faltered this summer, it didn't simply disappoint, it went down in flames. You can almost hear Will Smith and Johnny Depp laughing over single malts at Teddy’s:
This Georgian-style brick home is now operated as a decorative arts and history museum. No other home in the region boasts this type of fine craftsmanship.
World-class artists are once again coming together for Sing for Siteman, a one-night-only performance to support cancer research for Siteman Cancer Center.
For 2013, Circle Of Concern elected new directors, officers and executive directors: president NANCY PARKER, VP DOUG SCHAEFFLER, treasurer ROD BISHOP, secretary CALVIN HOLDERBY. New directors are SUE HOFFMAN, HARRY LEMAY, JUNE SCHROEDER and GREG SHOEMAKER. CHRIS PALLOZOLA was promoted to executive director.
John Carter, Doug Coombs
Terri and Randy Canis, Michelle and John Carter
Dr. SHARI COHEN opened her new practice at 555 N. New Ballas Road, in Creve Coeur. The practice shares office space with medical psychotherapist BRUCE SCHMIDT.
When Jimmy Loomis III was in fifth grade, he watched a movie that would spur him toward a life of community involvement. The movie was An Inconvenient Truth, and the moment took place just seven years ago. Called to action by the film’s message about climate change and its consequences, the then 10-year-old stood before the Ladue City Council and successfully proposed the creation of a municipal recycling program. “That’s when I first became really interested in politics,” he recalls. “I realized that no matter who you are, what you have and where you come from, you can make a difference. I was able to witness actual change taking place and that has motivated me ever since.”
Cristina Grace Wetterau and Andrew John Orchulli
Ambassador Nancy Brinker was named Person of the Year at the George Herbert Walker School of Business at Webster University. Brinker is the founder of Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast cancer organization and a former U.S. Ambassador. Pictured: Walker School of Business dean Benjamin Akande, Webster president Elizabeth Stroble, Ambassador Nancy Brinker and Webster provost and senior VP Julian Schuster.
The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) welcomes board members: JEANNINE CLONTZ as president, CYNTHIA LEFORT as treasurer, DOROTHY CARLIN as special projects chair, IRIS SALSMAN and LINDSAY STOCKER as co-chairs of marketing, CINDY BRUSSEE as chair of government relations, and GRETCHEN GAYNOR as ways and means chair. GINNI CAMPBELL will remain a board member and LOUISE WIEDERMANN will step down from her two-year term as president.
John and Michele Carter
KATHLEEN MCELLIGOTT (1) has been appointed to Fontbonne University’s board of trustees.
If you are more in the mood to stay home and download a movie or update your Netflix queue, here are some ideas:
TONI PONDER (1) has joined Rosati-Kain High School as director of development.
I hate reviewing movies like this for one reason: Comic-Con attendees. They can be extremely hateful and they are sticklers for detail. While the target demographic for this film is probably 11- to 17-year-old boys, I have to say, I really liked it. Yes, it’s a special-effects extravaganza, the set-up is involved and it requires a willing suspension of disbelief on a massive scale, but it also is a thoughtful and, at times, even touching film. Imagine Avatar and Gladiator had a movie baby—which is odd considering this story pre-dates both.
Movie spring has sprung. We may have three more weeks on the calendar, but at the Cineplex, the new season has arrived. Here are the highlights:
BRENTWOODCOACH: KEITH HERRING, FIRST YEAR
JOHN BURKE has been appointed to serve as Lift for Life Academy board president. New board members include NATHAN GWIN and SCOTT DOLAN.
Play: “Radio Hour 2011”
Financial forecasters say that the Great Recession is winding down, with encouraging signs of an improving economy outweighing lingering negative effects such as high unemployment.
Moneta Group earned the No. 3 spot on Registered Rep’s Top 100 Registered Investment Advisors in America and was ranked 97th on Wealth Manager magazine’s 2008 list of 478 ‘Top Dogs.’
UMSL was singing a happy tune recently. Its department of music paid tribute to JOHN DONALD ROBB’s legacy as a musician and educator by performing his work in a concert recently. The Uni versity also announced it established the PRISCILLA ROBB MCDONNELL MUSIC SCHOLARSHIP after Robb’s daughter, who received a standing ovation upon the announcement. The scholarship will be funded by an endowment of $50,000 donated by McDonnell’s husband Sandy, former chairman and CEO of McDonnell Douglas Corp.