Exhibit of Treasures from Sunken Egyptian City Makes US Debut in STL

By |November 20th, 2017|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

Colossal statue of a Ptolemaic king reassembled underwater after excavation and preliminary cleaning, Thonis-Heracleion, Egypt; red granite; Maritime Museum, Alexandria (SCA 279), IEASM Excavations. Photo by Christoph Gerigk, Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation A major exhibition of sunken artifacts never before [...]

Winterfest at the Arch Opens at Kiener Plaza this Month

By |November 8th, 2017|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

It’s a sure sign of the holiday season in St. Louis: Winterfest is returning to the Arch later this month. The popular public ice-skating rink, which is made with real ice, will open at Kiener Plaza on Saturday, Nov. 18. [...]

Renovations Add New Life to Laclede’s Landing

By |November 6th, 2017|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

Changes are coming to Laclede’s Landing in the form of a multi-million-dollar facelift to a 125-year-old building in the riverfront district. The 612North Building on North 2nd Street is undergoing a $3-million renovation that will convert the six-level, 50,000-square-foot structure [...]

Take It from Me with Journalist Linda Lockhart

By |November 6th, 2017|TAKE IT FROM ME|

Take It from Me: Linda Lockhart Teacher. Journalist. Cautious Trailblazer. Linda Lockhart photo by Justin Barr By Diane Kline Linda Lockhart had planned to become a teacher, but an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch changed the direction [...]

Nonprofit Spotlight: Little Patriots Embraced

By |November 3rd, 2017|COMMUNITY|

In another life, Carol Watanabe, founder and executive director of Little Patriots Embraced, designed and sold quilts to hospitals for their newborn programs. “Early one morning, I woke up to a design in my head…got it on paper and sent [...]

Meet Me in…Kirkwood

By |November 2nd, 2017|COMMUNITY, MEET ME IN..., NEWS|

Kirkwood's Station Plaza photo by Justin Barr By Trish Muyco-Tobin It’s difficult to imagine Kirkwood without thinking about the historical landmarks—the Train Station, City Hall, the downtown business district and even a few residential homes—that dot the approximately [...]

Trish Set: Jean Carnahan’s Blog, A Century of Nuts & More!

By |November 1st, 2017|COMMUNITY, NEWS, TRISH SET|

Jean Carnahan Eat well, travel far, laugh often—that’s what Jean Carnahan can claim to be doing a lot of these days. Missouri’s first-ever female U.S. senator (and former first lady) has added another title to her already impressive [...]

Happenings: Our Top Picks for November 2017

By |October 30th, 2017|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

Happenings Around Town photo courtesy of Cirque du Soleil WHAT: Cirque du Soleil Crystal WHERE: Family Arena WHEN: Various times, Nov. 4 and 5 Cirque du Soleil’s brand-new production is its first ever on ice. World-class skaters and [...]

“Ageless” St. Louisans Recognized for Volunteerism

By |October 30th, 2017|COMMUNITY, NEWS, Women who inspire|

  As we begin to close out 2017 and reflect on the events that once again propelled St. Louis into the national headlines as a city divided, we mustn’t forget about those who tirelessly and selflessly give of themselves in [...]

STL Film Fest Cancels Screening of Weinstein Film

By |October 26th, 2017|COMMUNITY, NEWS|

from "The Light of the Moon" Next month’s St. Louis International Film Festival has cancelled the screening of “The Upside,” a film distributed by The Weinstein Company, in light of the serious sexual assault and misconduct allegations against [...]

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