Most fans of musical theater doubtless are familiar with Cabaret, the jaunty musical written by composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb that focuses on the decadent lifestyle favored by the bohemians and artists who lived in Berlin in the post-World War I years shortly before Adolf Hitler and his Third Reich came to power.
The following luxury homes and condos went on the market the second two weeks in July:
St. Louis Artists' Guild
Last month, an impressive gathering of business, civic and community leaders, as well as family and friends, came together to celebrate Tom Voss and his contributions to St. Louis. The longtime CEO of Ameren officially retired this month, following a remarkable 45-year career with the company.
Would you like some philanthropy with your Frappuccino? Soon, you'll find St. Louis-themed stationery at a few dozen area Starbucks locations to benefit Easter Seals Midwest. The images on the note cards are a result of Easter Seals Midwest's Everyone Deserves a Shot project.
The following luxury homes and condos went on the market the last two weeks in June:
The following luxury homes and condos went on the market the first two weeks in June:
Notre Dame High School community members welcomed nine high school students and two teachers from its sister school in Kyoto, Japan. The guests visited St. Louis for four days of American culture, as well as offered Japanese cultural demonstrations, attended class with their American peers and visited area attractions, including the Gateway Arch and City Museum.
Most of us now know that the migratory monarchs are in danger. A December 2013 census confirms the smallest population ever in the overwintering forests of central Mexico. Only seven small colonies were located, with coverage of 0.67 hectares, compared to more than 18 hectares of wintering adults measured in 1996. This drop is precipitous and disastrous for the species. According to monarch specialist Chip Taylor, director of Monarch Watch in Kansas, the current rate of decline will result in monarchs losing genetic viability in only a year or two. Monarchs are symbolic of all pollinators, including honeybees and native moths, which also are suffering from environmental change and serious population decreases.
James Beethe could buy his HIV medication—or food. The cost of caring for the illness became increasingly difficult, eventually leaving him unable to pay rent. That’s when he stepped across the threshold of Doorways.
The following luxury homes and condos sold the last week in May and the first week in June:
Russ and Kathleen Stinehart
Russ and Cindy Sauer
Karen and Craig Moellenhoff
Colin and Ellen Sims,
Robyn and Mike Coyne, Jenny and Gene Hardy
Bonnie Pelch, Paul and Martha Cross
Dennis and Debra Giamalua
Tracey McElmurry, Melissa Loaney, Barb Surrell
Gerard and Nicol Schmidt
Mark and Michelle Pyatt, Nicol and Gerard Schmidt
Linda and Peter Harre
Jenny and Gene Hardy