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The self-proclaimed ‘living laboratory’ that is Laumeier Sculpture Park is focused on uniting contemporary artwork with the Missouri landscape. Throughout its 105 acres, the park welcomes some 300,000 visitors annually.
Friends and family say that Megan McCarthy Strout and Ryan Emerson Maher were meant to be together—even if their paths often seemed to lead them apart.
The middle-school years are tough, even under the best of circumstances. That's when kids are most susceptible to negative influences, with some easily falling prey to drugs, alcohol and gangs.
Chesterfield Montessori School
Marwen and Stewart McDowell of Charlotte, N.C., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Stewart McDowell, to James Rader Nowicke, son of Jeanne and Jim Nowicke of Town & Country. The bride-to-be graduated from Charlotte Latin School in 2004 and the University of Virginia in 2008 with a degree in biomedical engineering. Currently, she is pursuing a Ph.D. in biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University and anticipates receiving her doctor- ate in the spring of 2013. The future groom graduated from Saint Louis Priory School in 2004 and Princeton University in 2008 with a degree from The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Currently, he is pursuing an MBA at Harvard Business School and anticipates graduating in the spring of 2013. Kathleen and Jimmy met at an event in Charlottesville, Va., their junior year of college. Two years later, both were living in Baltimore, but it took a chance encounter in New York for them to realize they were living in the same city. The couple began dating and became engaged a year-and-a-half later. They are planning a spring wedding in Savannah, Ga. Following their graduations, they plan to reside in Houston.
This week, we continue our conversations with LN’s Show House designers. The 2012 William Bernoudy Ladue News Show House opens Oct. 5 and runs through Oct. 21. For ticket information, visit laduenews.com or call 269-8836.
After putting together one of the most dominant seasons ever recorded in Missouri, the defending Class 2 soccer champion Priory Rebels will look much different this fall. Much different.
Priory coach John Morhmann
SATURDAY, MAY 12
Kyle Collins, Emily Nischwitz, Priory School
The landscape of St. Louis high school sports will have a new look in the fall. For reasons that are coincidental, cosmic or both, there will be a slew of new faces in athletics director (AD) positions throughout West County. Among those schools that have announced changes are CBC, De Smet, Vianney, Kirkwood, Priory and Bishop DuBourg.
Priory Rebel golfers (from left) Joe Stock, J.D. Sabio, Michael Kleffner and Tim Finney, have state golf championship rings to show for their efforts last year and hope to repeat as state champions.
FRIDAY, FEB. 17
Down a long, concrete staircase, stashed in the bowels of Priory’s athletic building, you’ll find the wrestling room. You’ll know you’re on the right path well before you hit the third step. The smell is what tells you. The pungent odor of blood, sweat and pain wraps your nose in a vice grip. There’s nothing quite like the scent of the wrestling room. It’s unmistakable.
It seems that around the holidays, it’s incumbent on writers like me to find people who convey the spirit of the season, someone who reminds us why—as Andy Williams sings—It’s the most wonderful time of the year. I thought about the effervescent Sugar Plum Fairy, she of the St. Charles Main Street Christmas Festival, but we all know the rest of that story. Santa Claus is way too busy—with all of his personal appearances and his tight toy production and distribution deadline. I was starting to give up.
John Mohrmann can’t explain it. Was it written in the stars? Was it fate? Was it luck? Morhmann just wrapped up his 20th season as coach of the Priory soccer team. The weekend before Thanksgiving, Mohrmann guided the Rebels to their second Class 2 state championship. They finished 27-0. It’s the second time a boys soccer team has gone unbeaten and untied in the state of Missouri. The first time was in 2005, when Priory went 26-0. “It is hard to believe,” Morhmann, 50, says. “It’s pretty amazing it’s happened twice.”
Priory coach John Morhmann
FRIDAY, NOV. 18
Three alumni from Rossman School's class of 2010 visited the school's current sixth-grade class to tell students what to expect during their sixth grade year? The eighth graders represented three different schools; Visitation Academy, MICDS and Saint Louis Priory School. Pictured: Pat Shipley, Ava Sansone, Annie Menees, Connor Stokes, C.C. Chalfant, Jim Holmes
FRIDAY, OCT. 28
FRIDAY, OCT. 14