He’ll look dapper in these Donald J. Pliner dress shoes, $365, Woody’s Men’s Shop
Finish off his favorite look with this handsome Martin Dingman belt, $95, Woody’s Men’s Shop
With its wood floor, deli case, sandwich counter and plentiful selection of candies, Hanneke's Westwood Market and Catering was established in 1914. According to Glendale Historical Society, it is the oldest business in Glendale.
On Steve: Byron suit, $795, Mister Guy Clothiers. David Donahue dress shirt, $135, Woody’s Men’s Shop.
On Callie (second from left): Egg red bow dress, $76; Blue Egg Leggings, $29; Pocketful of Posies silver bow headband, $18; Dandelions.
On Kelly (second from right): Milly dress, $325; Jimmy Choo heels, $595; Saks Fifth Avenue. Day Tripper teardrop earrings, $48, Kate Spade. 18k white gold and diamond necklace; Sapphire and diamond ring, call for prices; Albarre Jewelry.
On Steve (right): Samuelsohn suit, $1,200; Donald J. Pliner dress shoes, $365; Woody’s Men’s Shop. Robert Talbott dress shirt, $298, Mister Guy Clothiers. Bulova watch, $1,295, Lordo’s Diamonds.
Story: An original, found-text performance created entirely from postings on the website Craigslist, which runs posts varying from classified ads for buying or selling merchandise to lonely hearts entreaties and sometimes graphic sexual notes.
Story: It’s another deadly dull day for Angela and Stu. The couple, who’ve been married for some 20 years, aren’t nearly as passionate as they were when they met in high school, at least not Angela. She’s grown weary of their threadbare existence and the livelihood that depends on their moribund convenience store.
Story: Five months after the outbreak of World War I, a number of British, French and German troops positioned in trenches alongside “no man’s land” in Europe stopped their fighting for a brief but poignant period on Christmas Eve, 1914. Tentative and leery at first, they slowly emerged from their rat-infested trenches to extend holiday greetings to each other. They sang songs, exchanged simple gifts and even participated in an impromptu soccer game on the frozen terrain.
Looking for the perfect something for all the special people in your life? From gifts for grandma to surprises for your sweetheart, we scouted out beautiful items for everyone on your list!
Sometimes, dreams do come true. And sometimes, it's not wildly difficult to make that happen. Gardeners, once they learn of it, dream about the Chelsea Flower Show. So do some of us who just love the beauty of botany. This year, I was able to go.
Famed bridal designer Judd Waddell will soon make his St. Louis trunk show debut at Fleur De Lis Bridal Boutique. While his designs may not have been displayed this way here before, Waddell is no stranger to the area. Before launching his own fashion house, Waddell was just a young adult from a small town (Illiopolis, Illinois), who attended Washington University to pursue his passion: architecture.
On Carolyn: Miracle Body by Miraclesuit top, $106, Marta’s.
On Bill: Bills Khakis shirt, $145, Kim Kuehner Men’s Sportswear. Berle pants, $80, Robert’s Fine Apparel for Boys to Men.
On Kathy (right): Jade Melody Tam top, $115; Krazy Larry pant, $110; Sole Comfort. Gabor heels, $196, Laurie’s.
On Kelly (left): Diane von Furstenberg dress, $398; Jimmy Choo heels, $1,250; Saks Fifth Avenue. BCBG black rabbit fur capelet, $125, Byrd Designer Consignment Boutique. Kate Spade handbag, $348, Kate Spade. 14k white gold and diamond bracelet, call for pricing, Albarre Jewelry.
On Steve (center): Samuelsohn sportcoat, $998; Canali dress shirt, $265; Saks Fifth Avenue pants, $228; Saks Fifth Avenue. Donald J. Pliner dress shoes, $365, Woody’s Men's Shop.
On Max (left): Thomas Dean shirt, $65, Crescent Coast. Ragazzo Uomo pants, $64, Robert’s Fine Apparel for Boys to Men.
On Danielle (center): Lilly Pulitzer dress, $188; necklace, $258, Pink Magnolia.
On Alec (right): Polo Boys sweater ($58) and shirt ($45), Robert’s Fine Apparel for Boys to Men. Southern Tide pants, $120, Crescent Coast.
Story: The place is England and the time is the 1930s, between the two world wars of the 20th century. Richard Hannay is an unadventurous British chap, much taken to pondering his dull life but not inclined to do much to alter it. Then, one night while attending a performance by “Mr. Memory” at the London Palladium, he is approached by a beautiful but mysterious young woman who convinces him to escort her back to his home.
More women than men suffer strokes each year, according to the National Stroke Association. Part of the reason is that women tend to live longer than men, and stroke risk increases with age. However, other risk factors can be modified.
Sneezing. Nasal congestion. Facial pressure. These are just a few of the sinus and allergy issues that can dampen the mood during the fall and winter months. That’s where the Washington University Physicians’ sinus group comes in.
There are new historical markers throughout downtown St. Louis to highlight seven streets with their original French names. The new signage is a gift from Les Amis for the city's 250th anniversary.
There was no three-peat at the U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship for St. Louis native Ellen Port.
So, Halloween is next week. Depending on your disposition, you are either stocking up on Fun-Sized Snickers or making sure you can override the timer on your exterior lights. Regardless of your penchant for spooky—or lack thereof--the season often calls for a costume. I have always prided myself on my ability to turn the most everyday, comfortable outfit into a costume. For three years, I was Alex from Flashdance (off-the-shoulder sweatshirt, leggings—piece of cake). I also revisited Mia Wallace from Pulp Fiction a couple of times (all-black with Cleopatra wig—I'd even do the dance).
Let's talk about Brad Pitt for a moment. There's no debating the fact that he's a beautiful, beautiful man. Yet, he's not a pretty boy. He's an Oscar-nominated actor. He does, however, have a few tells—a couple of fallback moves that remind us no matter the character, we are watching Brad Pitt. If I had a nickel for every scene where he's eating a sandwich...
Story: Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon, arrives in Messina following success in battle, accompanied by several of his men, including Benedick, Claudio and Don Pedro’s illegitimate brother, Don John. Don Pedro is invited to spend a month at the home of Leonato, whose daughter Hero is in love with Claudio.