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.
Summer is a time for a kid to be a kid. But for the more than 170,000 youngsters at risk for hunger in the bi-state region, it’s also a time to worry about where their next meal may be coming from.
Everyone’s got a past. But, of course, some are just naturally more interesting than others. Three area realtors opened up to LN about how they got to where they are today, and how they transfer the skills they gained in previous careers to give them an edge in real estate industry.
Emily Bliss Fowler-Cornfeld & James Wright Clayton
More and more stories are sprouting up about people returning to their roots and to the ‘old way’ of doing things. There’s a growing feeling in the marketplace that buying local is a good thing, and some have even left successful careers behind to become producers for that local market.
Grace Joan Cline and Michael John Keeven
When it comes to decorating with accessories, clear crystal is a no-brainer. Because it’s colorless, there’s no need to match a restrictive palette. And in terms of style, these accents fit in beautifully almost anywhere.
Every day, we communicate with the people around us in various ways: We make business phone calls, create plans for the future, and tell our loved ones how much we care. “The voice is very important—communication is key to interacting with other people; and those who can’t communicate get isolated. It affects their whole way of life,” says Dr. Randal Paniello of Washington University’s Voice and Airway Center. “Voice problems are quite common and they’re nothing to be ashamed of. But there are effective treatments for most, if not all, different types of voice problems once we make a diagnosis.”
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.
Eighty years ago, in southern Missouri, world-class artists like Thomas Hart Benton, Joe Jones and Oscar Thalinger set up their easels and began to paint. They taught at the Summer School of Art, an offshoot of the Ste. Genevieve Art Colony, which was formed by two women serving on the St. Louis Artists’ Guild board of governors. The women, who normally summered on the coast to paint, started the colony when the Great Depression hindered their ability to travel.
When many people think back to childhood, they remember the stacks of books lining their bedroom walls or being read to every night at bedtime. But not all area children are so fortunate. That’s where Ready Readers steps in.
Summer travel season is here, and for pets not joining the adventure, I encourage pet owners to discuss one or more options with their veterinarian.
I had some fun this week with a quiz from The New York Times that claims to uncover one’s ‘personal dialect map.’ Some of the data used in the quiz is based on the Harvard Dialect Survey that began in 2002.
Attractions and food go hand-in-hand. The movie theater has popcorn. The circus has peanuts. And the history museum has…award-winning dining?
When Alex Davis and Isaac Wouk describe how they met, how they became engaged, and how they got married, one thing is prevalent: laughter. The two joke and tease and smile at each other in a way that only those experiencing true love can.
A Pacific Parade cruise is the perfect getaway for someone not wanting to travel too far, but still enjoy exciting cities and wonderful adventures they may never have otherwise. After a plane ride to Vancouver, we boarded the Celebrity Century to embark on an 11-day journey down the west coast of Canada and the United States.
There are virtually endless ways for youngsters to have a memorable summer break in St. Louis. Mark your calendar for these family-friendly festivities, and get ready for some fun in the sun!
We all know Missourian Samuel Langhorne Clemens (better known to the world as Mark Twain) for his wit, humor and sarcasm; but as might be expected, the author had a very visual artistic side, as well.
Bring elegance and class back to travel with luxurious luggage and smart—but stylish—accessories.
Nothing says summer like a festive outdoor fete. Lucky for us, St. Louis has a full slate of art and entertainment under the summer sun and stars—many with the welcoming perk of free admission. So, as the season starts to heat up, be sure to save the date for these festival favorites.
It’s approaching that time of year again: People are getting ready to pack their bags for summer vacation. But before you leave for some rest and relaxation, local attorneys say organizing your affairs—from family to work matters—should be a top priority.
Whether summer vacation season takes you to locales near or far, a few precautions before you go can help ensure a healthy trip. And that starts with expecting the unexpected.