Jill Steenhuis, Anne and John Loughlin
Bill Travis, Tom Switzer
Anne Reed, Ann Burroughs
Becky Hatfield, Liz Von Rohr, Kathy Driscoll
John and Debbie Killmer
Russ and Sandy Wertz, Christy Pershall, David Cronin, Janine Harris
Sally O'Hallaron, Herschel Sellers, Joelle Travis, Carolyn Sellers
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Philip Hulse, Walter Hawkins
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Judy Heicht, Harriet Switzer, Fred Leicht, Jill Steenhuis
More than 15 years ago, while serving in the Air Force, Chris Burnette decided he needed a hobby. Would fishing, woodworking or learning how to play the guitar work? Not for Burnette. “I was curious about how to make moonshine,” he remembers with a laugh. “So I called my grandma."
This 6-bedroom, 7 full- and 2 half-bathroom home in Ladue is listed for $1.849 million.
Chef ERIC BRENNER recently added his name to the list of local chefs who’ve found success on the small screen. Earlier this month, Brenner took the top prize of $18,000 on the Food Network show, Guy’s Grocery Games, hosted by GUY FIERI. Brenner currently is working to open Lascelles Tap & Grill in Granite City, where he’ll serve as executive chef and GM. Most recently, he was the exec chef and GM of Alumni St. Louis downtown.
“There is tremendous joy at how complete the family is right now, it just didn't feel complete until we were together," says Scott Wells, starting center for the St. Louis Rams and father of six.
In the past, mammograms always were very stressful for Jamie Jones of O’Fallon. Now 46, the mother of three girls is classified as having ‘dense’ breast tissue, and as a result, every year, she would get a call afterward that there might be a problem, and she needed to come in for more tests.
Elizabeth Anne Gerhart & Michael Gregg Benner
The following luxury homes and condos sold the first two weeks in December:
Innovative research at Washington University' Genome Institute has gotten a big boost with a $25 million endowment from longtime philanthropists Elizabeth and James McDonnell.
Jim Fiala’s restaurants have long been high-water marks on the St. Louis dining scene, combining fine fare and superior service. We were reminded of this during our most recent visit to his Clayton eatery, The Crossing.
When December becomes icy and dark, the garden may go to sleep for the winter, but my kitchen window showcases the flurry of activity around our row of bird feeders.