Old Standard Fried Chicken is the latest concept from restaurateur and chef Ben Poremba. Like the name says, the restaurant specializes in fried chicken, accompanied by a slew of Southern-inspired snacks and sides.
This 2-bedroom, 2 full- and 1 half-bathroom condo in the Central West End is listed for $1.07 million.
Yes, 'tis awards season, which means a lot of extremely talented artists will be recognized by their peers for their outstanding work in their particular milieu. Or, lots of rich, coddled celebrities bribe their way to some sort of much-need external validation—however you want to look at it. Either way, not all award shows are the same; some are lighthearted and festive, while others are serious and pretentious. In case you were wondering, here's a brief guide:
The winter chill can wreak havoc on your hands and skin. Baby them with the purest of ingredients, and soothing emollients and essential oils. Your skin will thank you for it!
Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, the International Photography Hall of Fame (IPHF) is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of photography, as well as relevant educational aspects of the art form.
Story: Fritz Kobus, a wealthy 19th century landowner, argues with his friend, a rabbi named David, about the institution of marriage. Although he provides a dowry for a young couple, Fritz disdains marriage and wagers with David one of his vineyards that he will never become married himself.
Forgive me, for I have zinned... Spicy, with high-acidity notes of clove, cinnamon and black pepper, and dominant berry flavors such as blackberry or tart raspberry, zinfandel is temptingly tantalizing.
She already had the stove, so Shelley Donaho jokes, “I bought the house to go with the stove.” Before becoming the keeper of one of St. Louis’ architectural gems, Donaho had visited the house before—she had even met the previous owner. Designed by Ernst Janssen, the 12,000-square foot historical marvel was originally built in one year’s time for $49,500; these days, if using the same quality of materials, that isn’t even enough money to repair the exterior railing.
Chef and restaurateur Ben Poremba has made quite a name for himself in the local culinary scene in recent years. His places—Elaia & Olia, La Patisserie Choquette and Old Standard Fried Chicken—have brought a wide range of good food and drink to St. Louis. Poremba’s efforts have garnered him plenty of attention locally and beyond, including being named a semi-finalist for the James Beard Best Chef: Midwest award in 2014, and as one of 10 chefs who vied for Food & Wine magazine’s People’s Best New Chef: Midwest title that year, as well.
When you prepare for your retirement, the focus is making sure you’ll be taken care of. But, are you ready to take care of someone else—such as an aging loved one—during that time?
Sheri Sherman’s life as a community volunteer began innocently enough, some 30 years ago, when she was asked to be on the board of the Ethical Society preschool, which her children attended. “I had no experience, and someone said, You can be the vice-president, because the vice-president doesn’t really do much and you can develop,” Sherman recalls. “Soon after I started, the board president resigned, and the executive director quit at the same time, so I was thrown in deep water right away.”
Story: In this updated version of the classic fairy tale, Ella (Cinderella) toils away as a domestic for her haughty stepmother and two stepsisters following the death of her father. She dreams of a better life, which she fantasizes about with her friends, a woman named Crazy Marie who lives near the forest, and Jean-Michel, a young man who fights for the rights of the oppressed people of the kingdom.
Story: Theo Freeman struggles to make ends meet. He’s a small businessman who owns a TV and stereo repair shop, which you might guess isn’t doing a bang-up business in the age of flat-screen televisions and iPads. Still, he perseveres with the help of his wife Georgette and their son Sunny.
Story: Henry Bingham has a tough track record as president of Quail Valley Country Club. That’s because his team has lost five consecutive times in the annual golf match with its arch-rival club, which is helmed by the insufferable Dickie Bell.
Peacemaker Lobster & Crab Co. was one of the most anticipated St. Louis restaurant openings of 2014. From frequent visits since its debut, we can unequivocally say the wait was more than worth it.
What’s better than a big, luxurious sedan? How about a big, luxurious sedan with all-wheel-drive so you can get wherever you need to go in any kind of weather.
The quiet winter garden offers little in the way of floral color until the bashful wee hellebores sneak out their silken buds. With little fanfare, the leaves emerge in autumn as everything else fades away.
To keep the mind—and body—active, area retirement communities offer creative courses for seniors. From cooking to painting, these classes make learning a new skill exciting and unique.
Story: Matt Drayton is a newspaper publisher in San Francisco, where his wife Christina owns an art gallery. Their domestic servant, Matilda “Tillie” Binks, keeps everything humming in their well-to-do home, which is a bit quieter since their daughter Joanna (“Joey”) has gone away to college, circa 1967.
The Contemporary Art Museum will look a lot greener this summer, thanks to a 'living' installation that will transform the courtyard into an immersive green space. New York-based landscape architecture firm Nomad Studio is helming the project.
For families on-the-go, the kitchen has become the hub of the household. It’s where family members gravitate for studying to social time, while meals are being prepared and guests are being entertained.
Your beautiful home is only enhanced by the windows and doors that surround the space—that is, unless these areas are more dreary and dull than light-filled and lovely. The professionals have a few tips for upgrading your windows and doors.