What’s more ‘St. Louis’ than getting married with the Arch in the background? The outdoor terrace at Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis provides just that, plus diverse menus, an in-house pastry chef and an on-site spa for all of a bride’s and groom’s big-day needs.
Love is aflutter at the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House, where ceremonies can be held in a stone-pillar gazebo, on a deck over a babbling brook or in a tented pavilion. Evening receptions are held at the Emerson Lakeside Terrace and Pavilion (pictured), and guests are welcome to stroll through the Butterfly Conservatory and outdoor paths.
Monsanto Hall at the Missouri Botanical Garden (pictured), offers a bright, crisp atmosphere. Couples also can choose the Spink Pavillion for a fun outdoor venue. The bride and groom receive a basic 1-year membership to the Garden, and, along with their guests, are free to explore its 79 acres.
Stage stars, music legends and acclaimed artists—oh my! Local arts institutions unveil this fall’s slate of creative new exhibitions and show-stopping live performances you won’t want to miss.
When Susan Block chairs a fundraising event, she has two goals: to create an experience that is unexpected and fun, and to do it without breaking the bank. “You have to be creative without spending a lot of money, because you want the money to go to the charity where it will help people, not spend it all on the event,” she says.
Just call Richard and Kathie Winter an all-star team. Through the years, the pair has utilized their complementary talents for organizing signature events to bring in big dollars for a multitude of nonprofits.
This 5-bedroom, 5-full and 1-half bath home in Clarkson Valley is listed for $1.38 million.
Story: Last year, St. Louis Actors’ Studio introduced its LaBute New Theater Festival, a four-week offering of new, one-act plays receiving their world premiere at the Gaslight Theater. STLAS founding director William Roth and others collaborated with noted playwright Neil LaBute, who agreed to lend his name to the festival and also to write an original work, The Possible, which premiered at the inaugural event in July 2013.
Residents Anne and Don Franke bust a move at AberdeenHeights’ Summer Patio Parties. Residents enjoy dancing to music from a live band performing on the gazebo and conversing during the fun outdoor event, held every summer.
This 5-bedroom, 4-full and 1-half bathroom home in Richmond Heights is listed for $1.595 million.
The Sherwin-Williams residential Colormix 2015 forecast is filled with optimistic stories that reflect a brightened outlook and provide fresh color combinations to inspire creativity.
• KEEP IT CONSISTENT. Many times, we're asked to do outdoor areas where we get involved with everything—fireplace, hot tub, outdoor kitchen… It's nice to have one designer or company design the whole thing. That way, you can use all the same stone for the entire area.
According to the late naturalist John Muir, “In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.” And that’s good, as long as you only receive inspiration—not tick bites.
Take your shower to new heights with natural, hand-crafted soaps that are bursting with summertime freshness. Your skin will love you for it!
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As the temperatures increase, your body needs more water. Dehydration is a potentially dangerous condition, and it’s more common during summer.
Grace Joan Cline and Michael John Keeven
Bordering a golf course, this 10,000 square-foot home is located on 3-plus acres in the prestigious and gated Whitmoor community in the Francis Howell School District.
When we embarked on our journey to Bentonville, Arkansas, we were prepared for the unexpected—and that’s certainly what we got. We now understand why the art world is abuzz.
We asked for look-alikes, and you sent us carbon copies! Thank you to all who entered the annual LN Father's Day Look-Alike contest. Now, it's time to meet the winners: Filip Everaert and his 15-year-old son, Cedrick.
Fans of fine food and the works of The Bard will be pleased to find out that Bixby’s, located on the second floor of the Missouri History Museum, is partnering with Shakespeare Festival St. Louis for this year’s productions of Henry IV and Henry V. Bixby’s will host an intimate and elegant communal dining experience for five nights throughout the run of the show. Guests can make reservations to dine at a community table, under the stars, and enjoy a lavish full-course meal, focused on dining with local influence. This experience is limited to 40 guests per night. Tickets are $50 and include a reserved seat for the show; dinners begin at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at sfstl.com.
Get Outdoors Day
Under the stars in Forest Park, the lights will soon go up on another memorable season of musicals created exclusively for The Muny’s storied stage. “There really is nothing like it in the world,” says Muny executive producer and artistic director Mike Isaacson.