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The Iburs moved to Richmond Heights in 2000, and say it’s the perfect place for artists, active individuals and families. Ted, a writer, musician and teacher at Steger Sixth Grade Center, and Anne, a painter, have two teenage girls: Bella and Lily, who are embarking on a creative endeavor of their own—the duo recently released an album and will perform at the South by Southwest music festival in March. The family told us more about what they love in Richmond Heights.
The Ibur family
Put the bowl down and slowly step away from the candy!
One of LN’s favorite people, Woman of Achievement honoree Fran Zamler, has embarked on a new business venture with her husband, Steve. The couple has unveiled Elegant Eyewear in Creve Coeur.
Great Harvest Bread Company, which recently moved from Olivette, and La Cosecha Coffee Roasters have teamed up to provide customers with top-notch coffee and bread at 7360 Manchester Road in Maplewood. "We're sort of roommates" jokes La Cosecha co-owner JAMIE JESCHKE, since the two businesses are sharing the space and each one is operating as a separate entity. The idea, according to Jeschke, is for each company to do what it does best and complement the other. In addition to its coffee bar operation, La Cosecha also is roasting its coffee onsite.
Any city is bound to have a few desirable nooks and crannies, but according to these real estate professionals, St. Louis is jam-packed with ideal neighborhoods. Before you buy, see which areas these agents prefer and why.
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.
Ashley Savel and her mother, Jeanne Savel
Jacki Peat and her daughter, Ellie Peat
Just when it seems like the ethnic design trend has run its course, these out-of-the-ordinary patterns demonstrate their staying power. In fact, designers say ikat, susani, and batik-inspired patterns are so enduring, they’ve become staples in American design, just like traditional and modern.
DOUGLAS CHANG has been appointed GM of The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis. Previously, he oversaw the hotel's Maui location.
Next stop, Clayton! STL Culinary Tours has added Clayton to its growing list of neighborhood-centric foodie excursions. On Saturday, March 9, the company will conduct a tour of some of Clayton's finest eateries. The tour will start at Bar Les Freres and will traverse the neighborhood, stopping at Extra Virgin, Oceano Bistro, Little Country Gentlemen and end up at I Fratellini. For more info and to purchase tickets, go online at StlCulinaryTours.com.
We can think of no cozier place to spend a winter’s evening than Bar Les Frères, Zoe Robinson’s newest creation and one of the most charming and romantic new dining spots in St. Louis.
Janet Droege has come full-circle. She lives on the same property where she grew up—only in a new house built a year ago to replace her childhood home. Janet and her husband, Dr. Bill Droege, owner and president of Esquire Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, each grew up in Richmond Heights and believe it is a great place to raise their own family. Their daughters, Molly, 16, and Madeline, 14, attend Clayton H.S. and Immacolata Catholic School. Janet’s mother also lives in her own quarters on the property. And the Droeges’ two Shih Tzus, CiCi and Chloe, complete the family. Janet told us more about what she and her family love about life in Richmond Heights.
Mercy Heart and Vascular Hospital St. Louis
RANDALL BATEMAN was recognized as the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Distinguished Professor in Neurology at Washington University School of Medicine.
Clark Nicholas Azar
Big congrats go out to Robust in Webster Groves and Copia Restaurant And Wine Garden downtown. The two vino-centric eateries made Open Table's Diners' Choice 2012 Most Notable Wine List Top 100. Way to represent the Lou!
Trick or treat…Youngsters at SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN-ST. LOUIS celebrated Halloween early with a party just for them. Patients selected costumes, played games and worked on Halloween-themed crafts, courtesy of Spirit of Children, an organization that works to make hospital stays less scary for kids and their families. To date, the organization has raised more than $75,000 for Shriners and more than $10 million nationwide since the program’s inception.
There's finally a chill in the air, signaling that fall is upon us. In addition to better weather and some glorious foliage, the shift in seasons also brings a changing of the menu at many local eateries.
For many years, Mai Lee has distinguished itself as the place where foodies, chefs and other culinary types go to get the best, most authentic Asian cuisine around.
Part of the Steven Becker Fine Dining family of establishments (which includes the Coronado Ballroom, Steven Becker Catering and Nadoz Euro Bakery & Cafe), Vino Nadoz is tucked into The Boulevard retail area in Richmond Heights. While the outside of the restaurant blends in with the other storefronts on the bustling promenade, the somewhat humble exterior belies a topnotch eating and drinking experience.
Every child dreams of his or her very own kids-only place, where the possibilities of fun are endless. These local families have made sure their little ones get to realize those dreams with backyard spaces that are the envy of every kid on the block.
B.J. Young is doubled over, sweat pouring off his forehead as he tries to catch his breath. He’s 20 minutes into his workout, but from the look of things, it might as well be 20 hours. Young is no workout wimp. A standout point guard for McCluer North’s 2011 title team and a member of the all-Southeastern Conference second team and the all-SEC freshmen team this winter at University of Arkansas, Young, 18, does things on the basketball court only a small percentage of the planet can do. His 15 points per game led the Razorbacks this season. That he shot over 50-percent from the floor despite his high volume of shots was stunning. He’s a college star in the making even though he came off the bench for the Razorbacks. After starting for the North Stars in high school, it took some getting used to. “It was an adjustment,” Young says. “I just took it in a positive way and tried to make the best of it for my team.”