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Hi, I’m M A X... Born in Melbourne, Australia, I first came to the United States in 2006 as an exchange student. Flash forward 11 years, and I am now proud to call St. Louis my home. Home is where you make it, and I have embraced St. Louis for all its quirks and culture just as it has me. On a personal search to represent my city with style and comfort, I found myself frustrated with limited options; thus, Arch Apparel was born. Some of the greatest ideas are those formed from one’s own personal need. Arch Apparel was exactly that for me. I was looking for T-shirts or hats that didn’t necessarily scream our local sports teams, but rather represent our city as a whole. There’s a certain pride and sense of love for one’s city that can never be taught or sold; it’s something you feel. Even if the city you call home is not where you were born, you can still feel that sense of pride. Perhaps it’s where you grew up, educated yourself, met your significant other, bought your first home or saw your first World Series game. St. Louis instills a civic pride in all of us, and that’s something Arch Apparel is highlighting through our work with local models, artists, photographers, videographers, businesses, charities and individuals. Arch Apparel is more than a clothing brand that represents St. Louis. It’s a vehicle to highlight all the creative forces we have in our city. It has allowed people to throw on a T-shirt that reads “SAINT LOUIS” and wear it proudly as they explore all the city has to offer or while traveling the world. It has also provided an option to patrons who want to support their community through local business. As the industry changes and traditional retail stores aren’t as frequented, Arch Apparel heavily focuses its business online. Our Instagram page @ArchApparelSTL is our strongest marketing vehicle. We reach our audience through digital platforms and an online presence versus traditional marketing and foot traffic. Word of mouth has grown our brand significantly, and our customer service, quality of goods and style of advertising must be on point and original every day. The Arch Apparel team grows each month, whether it’s through adding a new creative mind or aspiring model to the group or partnering with a local business or charity. My dream is for Arch Apparel to become part of the fabric of our community — something we can all proudly wear while supporting our community with style. I am Aaron Park, owner and operator of Arch Apparel. I am MAX. MaximizeStL.com
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From Splinters to Splendid: Justin Atsidis Causes A Buzz With Handcrafted Tables
Why Finance Expert Gene Todd Calls St. Louis Home
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We’re building St. Louis’s best events calendar based on our founders’ years of experience hosting and promoting some of Missouri’s most memorable parties. Each issue features a list of must-attend events. Consider this our contribution to eradicating FOMO. All info from event webpages.
STL Square Off Pizza Festival | Berra Park | Noon
Street Fighting Band | Delmar Hall | 7 p.m.
Local pizzerias will “square off” for the title of “Best St. Louis Style Pizza” while attendees enjoy vendors, live music and more. facebook.com/events/1937569733150424/
“Let’s Spend the Night Together” as StL-based musicians present a tribute to the Rolling Stones. facebook.com/events/1791276694495760/
BYO Amateur Backyard BBQ Competition Big Daddy’s in Soulard | Noon
Chalk the Walk | South Grand | 10 a.m.
Bring your own beef, pork or chicken and grill to participate in this barbecue competition. facebook.com/events/338413063279195/
Celebrate artistic talent and enjoy live music, activities and refreshments while covering sidewalks in temporary art. facebook.com/events/249900595517912/
Harry Potter Dinner Experience | Hawken House | 7 p.m. Join the witchcraft and wizardry during this 21+ event at “Hogwarts” featuring an Owlery, Quidditch and more. facebook.com/events/111715386168347/
Brew in the Lou | Francis Park | 1 p.m. Enjoy unlimited tastings of beer, wine, spirits, coffee and food with live music, shopping and more. Proceeds benefit StL-area schools. facebook.com/events/138995773328586/
Music Bingo | Das Bevo | 7:30 p.m. Play four free rounds of music bingo to the tunes of ’80s hair metal and jukebox classics. First bingo each round wins a drink or dessert. facebook.com/events/103586117024947/
John Mulaney | Peabody Opera House | 7 & 10 p.m. Stand-up comedian John Mulaney, who has been featured on Comedy Central, brings his “Kid Gorgeous” tour to the Lou. facebook.com/events/1787056864939534/
Tenth Life Hissin’ Hustle | Tower Grove Park | 9 a.m. All money raised helps fund Tenth Life’s mission to provide veterinary care, foster homes and adoptive placement to stray cats. facebook.com/events/1679975375641837/
Flavored Nation| The Dome at America’s Center This event features tastings from all 50 states, cooking competitions, mixologists, celebrity guests and more. facebook.com/events/1868590610124216/
Fabulous Fox Theatre • November 7-19 314-534-1111 • MetroTix.com
Spice Up Your Life
BY LAUREN HEALEY ART LAUREN HEALEY LOCATION HOME OF ALISSA & BARRY DUEL Food blogger and fitness buff Josh Charles has been a fine dining chef for the past eight years. A Farmington native, Charles now resides in Collinsville, Ill., but the city remains an essential influence for his career. Currently, he works as a private chef and teaches cooking classes in the area; one day, he hopes to own a restaurant. Here, he shares the eight most important spices to own to maximize any at-home cooking experience. For more information, visit chefjoshcharles.com or check out his Instagram pages @chefjoshcharles and @joshcharlesfitness.
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1. BAY LEAF — This base flavor is not assertive or aggressive but adds depth to stews, soups and stocks. 2. CHILIS — Ideal for any Mexican dish to add a spicy and smoky flavor. 3. CINNAMON — The building block for anything sweet. 4. CORIANDER — This seed of cilantro adds a fresh taste and pairs well with cumin. 5. CUMIN — Go-to spice for anything Mexican. 6. NUTMEG — This spice works well in both sweet and savory applications. 7. STAR ANISE — One piece of this licorice-flavored spice gives great flavor to Asian dishes and adds depth to stocks. 8. TURMERIC — This anti-inflammatory superfood is the building block for curries and adds color to any dish.
Peek Inside Luxco’s Factory Producing Pearl Vodka, Rebel Yell Bourbon & More BY LAUREN HEALEY ART LAUREN HEALEY
Seven to 10 trucks of bulk material come in on a daily basis.
While enjoying cocktails around town, you may not realize many of the spirits you sip are produced locally. Since 1958, with one name change under its belt, Luxco has become a leading producer, bottler, importer and marketer based in St. Louis. With an impressive portfolio of more than 100 brands and over 1,100 SKUs — including Pearl Vodka, Rebel Yell Bourbon and El Mayor Tequila — this alcohol supply business painstakingly ensures its products are of the highest quality.
When bottling the booze, the margin of error is only +/- .04 percent on proof and 1 percent on bottle fill.
The research and development lab is driven by marketing and sales. Samples are sent to marketing to test the taste, look, feel and smell.
Samples of every batch are saved for a full year for quality control purposes.
Many of Luxcoâ€™s products are flavored utilizing an extensive flavor inventory.
Feel the St. Louis Surge Women’s Basketball Team Increases Awareness, Earns More Fans BY MAX ART COURTESY OF KHALIA COLLIER As we at MAX call attention to all the lesser-known yet amazing things going on in St. Louis, one such hidden gem in the River City sports world is the St. Louis Surge, a professional women’s basketball team that plays at the Washington University Field House during the summer months. Finishing the regular 2017 season undefeated, averaging 104 points per game, the Surge fell short in a bid for backto-back basketball titles with a final record of 12-1; however, they took the championship in 2016 and 2014 and were runners-up in 2012 and 2015. “Knowing that we won in 2016, we came back to get in that mentality in 2017, and when we fell short by one point, everyone started last year’s season ready to get back and win another championship,” says Khalia Collier, owner and general manager of the St. Louis Surge. “You saw that within the mentality of our coaching staff; you saw that in the mental preparation of our players, knowing that their goal was to win a national championship.” With six new players added to the roster this past season, they quickly built team chemistry and a family bond on and off the court. “Last year, the players learned that they had to play together as a team and a family,” she says. “It was something that you saw consistently — that they were a family on and off the court, which made the determining difference as to why we won another championship.” The environment at Washington University this season was like none other: loud, fun and full of energetic Surge fans, according to Collier. “Though falling short, it was a really incredible season for us. The continued momentum of the Surge in the St. Louis market is only growing. We are only earning more and more fans as we increase awareness.” Even in their own lives, their own jobs and their own interests, the ladies understand that being part of the Surge is not just being part of a team — it’s a lifestyle. “Every Surge player is not only a phenomenal athlete, but an amazing person,” Collier explains. “Winning is an expectation for our program, and the resources that we surround our players with prepares them not only as player development, but career development. And that’s something that is a key part of our model — that we recruit character first. When the players are trying out, they know that it’s not just about how many points you can score or how many rebounds; we’re looking for the overall package and cultural fit within our organization.” By setting such an expectation, the team comes in with a mentality knowing it’s not just what they can do on the court, but whether they also enjoy being in the community, working with kids and are understanding of the magnitude of the impact they can have on the next generation of players and fans. “We are truly everywhere, and every fan we have, we’ve earned and will continue to do so,” she says. “And we’ve shown that by how many school districts we are in, how many clinics we are doing for kids of all ages and making sure that our presence is known. I do six to eight speaking engagements a month, the coaching staff is incredibly involved, and I’m proud of what our players do. Separate from being a part of the Surge, they are involved and volunteering and doing things that are not mandated to be a part of the program.” For more information about the 2018 season, visit stlsurgebasketball.com. MaximizeStL.com
TRIUMEQ is a once-a-day pill used to treat HIV-1. In some people, TRIUMEQ should not be used by itself. Take TRIUMEQ exactly as your healthcare provider tells you. APPROVED USES TRIUMEQ is a prescription HIV-1 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus-type 1) medicine used alone or with other antiretroviral medicines to treat HIV-1 infection in adults. HIV-1 is the virus that causes AIDS. TRIUMEQ is not for use by itself in people who have or have had resistance to abacavir, dolutegravir, or lamivudine. TRIUMEQ should not be used in children under the age of 18. TRIUMEQ does not cure HIV-1 or AIDS. You must keep taking HIV-1 medicines to control HIV-1 infection and decrease HIV-related illnesses.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION What is the most important information I should know about TRIUMEQ? TRIUMEQ can cause serious side effects, including: • Serious allergic reactions (hypersensitivity reaction) that can cause death have happened with TRIUMEQ and other abacavir-containing products. Your risk of this allergic reaction to abacavir is much higher if you have a gene variation called HLA-B*5701. Your healthcare provider can determine with a blood test if you have this gene variation. If you get symptoms from 2 or more of the following groups while taking TRIUMEQ, call your healthcare provider right away: 1. fever; 2. rash; 3. nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or stomach pain; 4. generally ill feeling, extreme tiredness, or achiness; 5. shortness of breath, cough, or sore throat. Your pharmacist will give you a Warning Card with a list of these symptoms. Carry this Warning Card with you at all times. If you stop taking TRIUMEQ because of an allergic reaction, never take TRIUMEQ or any other abacavir- or dolutegravir-containing medicines again. If you have an allergic reaction, dispose of any unused TRIUMEQ. Ask your pharmacist how to properly dispose of medicines. If you take TRIUMEQ or any other abacavir-containing medicine again after you have had an allergic reaction, within hours you may get life-threatening symptoms that may include very low blood pressure or death. If you stop TRIUMEQ for any other reason, even for a few days, and you are not allergic to TRIUMEQ, talk with your healthcare provider before taking it again. Taking TRIUMEQ again can cause a serious allergic or life-threatening reaction, even if you never had an allergic reaction to it before. If your healthcare provider tells you that you can take TRIUMEQ again, start taking it when you are around medical help or people who can call a healthcare provider if you need one. • A buildup of acid in your blood (lactic acidosis). Lactic acidosis can happen in some people who take TRIUMEQ. This serious medical emergency can cause death. Call your healthcare provider right away if you feel very weak or tired; have unusual muscle pain; have trouble breathing; have stomach pain with nausea and vomiting; feel cold, especially in your arms and legs; feel dizzy/light-headed; or have a fast/irregular heartbeat. • Serious liver problems can happen in people who take TRIUMEQ. In some cases, these serious liver problems can lead to death. You may be more likely to get lactic acidosis or serious liver problems if you are female, very overweight (obese), or have been taking nucleoside analogue medicines for a long time. Call your healthcare provider right away if you get any of the following signs or symptoms: • yellow skin, or the white part of the eyes turns yellow (jaundice); dark urine; light-colored stools; loss of appetite for several days or longer; nausea; pain, aching, or tenderness on the right side of your stomach area • Worsening of hepatitis B virus in people who have HIV-1 infection. If you have HIV-1 and hepatitis B virus (HBV), your HBV may get worse (flare-up) if you stop taking TRIUMEQ. A “flare-up” is when your HBV suddenly returns in a worse way than before. Worsening liver disease can be serious and may lead to death. Do not stop taking TRIUMEQ without first talking to your healthcare provider, so he or she can monitor your health. • Resistant hepatitis B virus. If you have HIV-1 and hepatitis B, the hepatitis B virus can change (mutate) during your treatment with TRIUMEQ and become harder to treat (resistant). ©2017 ViiV Healthcare group of companies. All rights reserved. Printed in USA. 821418R0 May 2017
• Use with interferon and ribavirin-based regimens. If you’re taking TRIUMEQ and interferon, with or without ribavirin, tell your healthcare provider about any new symptoms. Worsening of liver disease that has caused death has happened in people infected with both HIV-1 and hepatitis C who were taking antiretroviral medicines and interferon. Who should not take TRIUMEQ? • Do not take TRIUMEQ if you: • have the HLA-B*5701 gene variation • are allergic to abacavir, dolutegravir, or any of the ingredients in TRIUMEQ • take dofetilide (Tikosyn®) • have liver or kidney problems What are other possible side effects of TRIUMEQ? • People with a history of hepatitis B or C virus may have an increased risk of developing new or worsening changes in certain liver tests during treatment with TRIUMEQ. Your healthcare provider may do tests to check your liver function before and during treatment with TRIUMEQ. • When you start taking HIV-1 medicines, your immune system may get stronger and begin to fight infections that have been hidden in your body for a long time. Tell your healthcare provider right away if you start having new symptoms after you start taking TRIUMEQ. • Changes in body fat distribution can happen in people who take HIV-1 medicines. • Some HIV-1 medicines, including TRIUMEQ, may increase your risk of heart attack. The most common side effects of TRIUMEQ include: trouble sleeping, headache, tiredness These are not all the possible side effects of TRIUMEQ. Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effect that bothers you or that does not go away. What should I tell my healthcare provider before taking TRIUMEQ? • Before you take TRIUMEQ, tell your healthcare provider if you: • have been tested and know whether or not you have a gene variation called HLA-B*5701 • have or have had liver problems, including hepatitis B or C infection; have kidney problems; have heart problems, smoke, or have diseases that increase your risk of heart disease such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes; drink alcohol or take medicines that contain alcohol • are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. It is not known if TRIUMEQ will harm your unborn baby • are breastfeeding or plan to breastfeed. Do not breastfeed if you take TRIUMEQ • You should not take TRIUMEQ if you also take: • abacavir (EPZICOM®, TRIZIVIR®, or ZIAGEN®) • lamivudine (COMBIVIR®, DutrebisTM, EPIVIR®, EPIVIR-HBV®, EPZICOM, or TRIZIVIR) • emtricitabine (Emtriva®, Atripla®, Complera®, Stribild®, or Truvada®) Important Safety Information continued on next page
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â€˘ Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines (for example, antacids or laxatives; vitamins such as iron or calcium supplements; anti-seizure medicines; other medicines to treat HIV-1, hepatitis, or tuberculosis; metformin; or methadone), vitamins, and herbal supplements (for example, St. Johnâ€™s wort). Some medicines interact with TRIUMEQ. Keep a list of your medicines to show your healthcare provider and pharmacist. Do not start taking a new medicine without telling your healthcare provider. You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch, or call 1-800-FDA-1088. Please see Important Facts about TRIUMEQ on the following pages.
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MOST IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT TRIUMEQ
TRIUMEQ® may cause serious side effects, including: • Serious allergic reactions (hypersensitivity reaction) that can cause death have happened with TRIUMEQ and other abacavircontaining products. Your risk of this allergic reaction to abacavir is much higher if you have a gene variation called HLA-B*5701. Your healthcare provider can determine with a blood test if you have this gene variation. If you get symptoms from 2 or more of the following groups while taking TRIUMEQ, call your healthcare provider right away: 1. fever; 2. rash; 3. nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or stomach pain; 4. generally ill feeling, extreme tiredness, or achiness; 5. shortness of breath, cough, or sore throat. A list of these symptoms is on the Warning Card your pharmacist gives you. Carry this Warning Card with you at all times. • If you stop taking TRIUMEQ because of an allergic reaction, never take TRIUMEQ or any other abacavir- or dolutegravircontaining medicines again. If you have an allergic reaction, dispose of any unused TRIUMEQ. Ask your pharmacist how to properly dispose of medicines. If you take TRIUMEQ or any other abacavir-containing medicine again after you have had an allergic reaction, within hours you may get life-threatening symptoms that may include very low blood pressure or death. If you stop TRIUMEQ for any other reason, even for a few days, and you are not allergic to TRIUMEQ, talk with your healthcare provider before taking it again. Taking TRIUMEQ again can cause a serious allergic or life-threatening reaction, even if you never had an allergic reaction to it before. If your healthcare provider tells you that you can take TRIUMEQ again, start taking it when you are around medical help or people who can call a healthcare provider if you need one. • Build-up of lactic acid in your blood (lactic acidosis), which is a serious medical emergency that can lead to death. Call your healthcare provider right away if you have any of these symptoms: feeling very weak or tired, unusual muscle pain, trouble breathing, stomach pain with nausea or vomiting, feeling cold (especially in your arms and legs), feeling dizzy or lightheaded, and/or a fast or irregular heartbeat. • Serious liver problems, which in some cases can lead to death. Call your healthcare provider right away if you have any of these symptoms: your skin or the white part of your eyes turns yellow (jaundice), dark “tea-colored” urine, light-colored stools (bowel movements), loss of appetite for several days or longer, nausea, and/or stomach pain on the right side. You may be more likely to get lactic acidosis or severe liver problems if you are female, very overweight, or have been taking nucleoside analogues for a long time. • Worsening of Hepatitis B (HBV) infection. If you have both HIV-1 and HBV, your HBV may suddenly get worse if you stop taking TRIUMEQ. Do not stop taking TRIUMEQ without first talking to your healthcare provider, as they will need to check your health regularly for several months. • Resistant HBV. If you have HIV-1 and HBV, the HBV can change (mutate) while you’re on TRIUMEQ and become harder to treat (resistant). • Use with interferon and ribavirin-based regimens. Worsening of liver disease that has caused death has happened in people infected with both HIV-1 and hepatitis C virus who are taking antiretroviral medicines and are also being treated for hepatitis C with interferon with or without ribavirin. If you are taking TRIUMEQ and interferon with or without ribavirin, tell your HCP if you have any new symptoms.
• TRIUMEQ is a prescription HIV-1 medicine used alone or with other antiretroviral medicines to treat HIV-1 infection in adults. TRIUMEQ is not for use by itself in people who have or have had resistance to abacavir, dolutegravir, or lamivudine. TRIUMEQ should not be used in children under the age of 18. • TRIUMEQ does not cure HIV-1 infection or AIDS. You must keep taking HIV-1 medicines to control HIV-1 infection and decrease HIV-related illnesses.
DO NOT TAKE TRIUMEQ IF YOU • have a certain type of gene variation called the HLA-B*5701 allele. Your HCP will test you for this before prescribing treatment with TRIUMEQ. • are allergic to abacavir, dolutegravir, or any of the ingredients in TRIUMEQ. See the full Medication Guide for a complete list of ingredients in TRIUMEQ. • take dofetilide (Tikosyn®). Taking TRIUMEQ and dofetilide (Tikosyn) can cause side effects that may be life-threatening. • have liver or kidney problems. • If you also take: abacavir (EPZICOM, TRIZIVIR, or ZIAGEN); lamivudine (COMBIVIR®, DutrebisTM, EPIVIR®, EPIVIR-HBV®, EPZICOM, or TRIZIVIR); emtricitabine (Atripla®, Complera®, Emtriva®, Stribild®, or Truvada®).
BEFORE TAKING TRIUMEQ Tell your healthcare provider if you: • have been tested and know if you have a particular gene variation called HLA-B*5701. • have or had any kidney or liver problems, including hepatitis B or C virus infection. • have heart problems, smoke, or have diseases that increase your risk of heart disease such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes. • drink alcohol or take medicines that contain alcohol. • are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. It is not known if TRIUMEQ will harm your unborn baby. • are breastfeeding (nursing) or plan to breastfeed. Do not breastfeed if you have HIV-1 because of the risk of passing HIV-1 to your baby. Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take: • Keep a list that includes all prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements, and show it to your healthcare provider and pharmacist. • Ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist about medicines that should not be taken with TRIUMEQ. Do not start taking a new medicine without telling your healthcare provider.
IMPORTANT FACTS (cont’d) MEDICINES THAT MIGHT INTERACT WITH TRIUMEQ • antacids, laxatives, or other medicines that contain aluminum, magnesium, sucralfate (Carafate®), or buffered medicines. TRIUMEQ should be taken at least 2 hours before or 6 hours after you take these medicines. • iron or calcium supplements taken by mouth may be taken at the same time with TRIUMEQ if taken with food. Otherwise, TRIUMEQ should be taken at least 2 hours before or 6 hours after you take these medicines. • anti-seizure medicines: oxcarbazepine (Trileptal®), phenytoin (Dilantin®, Dilantin®-125, Phenytek®), phenobarbital, carbamazepine (Carbatrol®, Equetro®, Tegretol®, Tegretol®-XR, Teril®, Epitol®). • any other medicine to treat HIV-1, medicines used to treat hepatitis virus infections (such as interferon or ribavirin), a medicine that contains metformin, methadone, rifampin (Rifater ®, Rifamate ®, Rimactane ®, Rifadin®), St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum).
TRIUMEQ can cause serious side effects including: • See “What is the most important information about TRIUMEQ?” section • Changes in liver tests • Changes in your immune system • Changes in body fat distribution • Some HIV-1 medicines including TRIUMEQ may increase your risk of heart attack. The most common side effects of TRIUMEQ are: trouble sleeping, headache, and tiredness. (cont’d)
• Talk to your healthcare provider or pharmacist. • Go to TRIUMEQ.com or call 1-877-844-8872, where you can also get FDA-approved product labeling. COMBIVIR, EPIVIR, EPZICOM, TIVICAY, TRIUMEQ, TRIZIVIR, and ZIAGEN are registered trademarks of the ViiV Healthcare group of companies.
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Ways to Maximize Your Life in St. Louis
BY MAX TEAM & ADVISORY BOARD
For our inaugural MAX List issue, we have compiled a list of the best, sometimes-overlooked entertainment, food and drinks, parks and more that the St. Louis region has to offer. From your favorite picnic spot to the best head shops in town and everything in between, weâ€™ve got you covered. And with several options to choose from in each category, thereâ€™s something for everyone from all walks of life. So get out there and maximize your life in this amazing city we call home.
Picnic Like a Pro Lafayette Park
Bellefontaine Cemetery and Arboretum
Founded in 1976, this internation-
of the heart of the city became a
ally recognized nonprofit boasts 105
Established in 1849, this non-de-
dedicated park in 1851 and “is
acres with 60 large-scale outdoor
nominational cemetery hosts
considered by many historians to
sculptures. Working to engage the
approximately 87,000 burials and
be the oldest urban park west of the
community through art and nature,
architecturally unique memorials
Mississippi.” Many of the fences
the park welcomes 300,000 visitors
“ranging from 20-foot obelisks to
and gates surrounding the park are
animal and angel statues.” Nothing
Laumeier Sculpture Park
Lafayette Square This 30-acre park nestled just south
like sharing your picnic with tens of thousands of spirits.
Bike, Hike or Run
This 237-mile trail stretches west
Castlewood State Park
across the majority of Missouri from
receiving 12 million visitors annually
near the St. Charles area. Half of the
These hiking and biking trails
is perfect for runners. The 1,371-
flat, scenic trail follows the path that
along the Meramec River and its
acre park, which opened in 1876,
Lewis and Clark followed up the
lush neighboring valley may prove
“exceeds New York City’s Central
strenuous for new mountain bikers
Park by more than 500 acres.”
Cliff Cave County Park
— although seasoned bikers will
With miles of paved trails, this park
almost any fitness level will enjoy the
Route 66 State Park
scenic views, fishing opportunities
This historic archaeological site is
and other recreational activities.
Get your kicks on Route 66 with this
home to Cliff Cave, also known as
have no trouble — but hikers of
which has been explored up to
Lewis and Clark Trail
nearly 5,000 feet, was gated in 2009
to protect the bats that call it home;
This nearly eight-mile loop trail
however, there are miles of trails
commemorating the early 1800s
surrounding this park.
journey of Lewis and Clark is billed
Indian Cave. The limestone cave,
park’s walking, biking and equestrian trails, then enjoy the visitor center that’s home to plenty of Route 66 memorabilia.
as “the most scenic hike in the St. Louis Metro Area. Three sections of the trail pass by limestone cliffs and bluff escarpments where hikers enjoy a beautiful view of the Missouri River.”
Pick a Park Spring Tower Grove Founded in 1868 and opened to the public in 1872, this 289-acre park is the second largest in St. Louis — after Forest Park — with a threemile loop path, grassy meadows and approximately 7,000 trees.
Summer Benton Park Originally meant to be a city cemetery, this 14-acre park was created in 1866 and is home to many concerts and other events throughout the year.
Fall Lone Elk Park Valley Park At this wildlife management area, parkgoers may see bison, wild turkey, waterfowl, elk and deer. For this reason, domestic animals are not allowed in the park.
Winter Rockwood Reservation Wildwood This 1,880-acre wildlife conservation area was established in 1938 and is one of the oldest Missouri Department of Conservation areas. “Although located near metropolitan St. Louis, raccoons, opossums, turkeys, deer, fox, songbirds, chipmunks and snakes are common here.”
Plan a Day Trip or Weekend Getaway Day Trips
Kansas City/Lawrence, KS
An area home to several wineries, this is a popular day trip
Just a short three-hour trip from St. Louis, Kansas City is
for wine connoisseurs — just be sure to bring a designated
home to the Chiefs and a bustling arts and entertainment
driver along for the ride.
district. The extra 45-minute trip to Lawrence is worth it
Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park
because it has “all the funk of Austin, Texas,” according to a
MAX Advisory Board member.
This nearly 9,000-acre public recreation area is home to one
of the state’s best swimming holes “where the Black River
Along the Missouri River in the heart of Missouri wine
has carved out chutes and pools in the ancient rock of the
country, this small, historic city has several wineries boasting
namesake shut-ins area.”
live music, plenty of shopping opportunities and many
restaurants amid a quaint setting.
Rolla Located on a 25-acre rock quarry, this beach boasts cliff jumps, a 60-foot waterslide, a children’s play area, volleyball, pavilion rentals, changing rooms and a bar and grill.
Snap a Selfie The Grove There are colorful murals all throughout the Grove — some works of art and others marketing events and businesses. Transformers and electrical boxes throughout the area are also decorated for your selfie-taking fun.
City Museum Downtown The ferris wheel on the roof is a great place to snap a selfie, plus there’s plenty of the wacky City Museum décor you know and love — not to mention the 360-degree view of the city. The museum is an adults-only zone after 5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Four Seasons Sky Terrace Downtown With one of the best rooftop pools in the area, the Sky Terrace has amazing views of the Mississippi Riverfront, the Arch and downtown St. Louis.
Driving Range Highlands Golf and Tennis Center Forest Park Get your swing on at this beautifully maintained driving range and golf center with dining options, special event capabilities and 13 clay tennis courts.
Shooting Range Sharp Shooters South City One of the area’s largest indoor shooting ranges, this facility features 20 4-foot-by-75-foot lanes. The range also has a club restaurant featuring some of the best barbecue in the city.
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Sport a Fresh Cut Union Barbershop
According to one Facebook review of the
“An independently owned Paul Mitchell
This luxury men’s grooming lounge
shop, which opened in 2015, “straight razor
salon that caters to the modern man,” this
“understands the importance of time-test-
work seems like a dying art, but the barbers
barbershop offers a variety of hair services
ed traditions and seeks to modernize this
here have mastered the skill.”
tradition while embracing the past.”
Try Out a New Look For Less MoModerne St. Louis Estate Sales + Design Shop
Rep Local Loyal Collective This St. Louis-based brand, which has “figured out what it takes to make the perfect pair of jeans,” pro-
vides small-batch wardrobe essentials with “a bit of
St. Louis’s “premier destination for mid-century
resilience and spirit in every single pair.”
furnishings and decor with 20 years experience selling vintage furniture, lighting, accessories and decor,” this
shop also manages “weekly estate sales in and outside
Offering street wear inspired by themes abundant in St.
of the St. Louis area.”
Louis — including tradition, quality and community
May’s Place Lindenwood Park
— this brand knows what makes the River City special. Join the #ArchFam.
This shop “offers a unique variety of antiques, vintage
The Normal Brand
and locally produced goods … everything from vintage
For this anything-but-normal brand offering casual
clothing and accessories for men and women, vinyl
wear and accessories, “normal” means “something in
records, vintage house wares and antique collectibles.”
between high-end designer goods and active wear built for a big game hunt.”
Avalon Exchange Delmar Loop This men’s and women’s fashion resale boutique offers one-of-a-kind treasures including clothing, jewelry, bags and shoes.
Trader Bob’s Tattoo Shop
Paying tribute to the Grateful Dead in its
“One of the longest running tattoo shops in
name, Sunshine Daydream “carries a wide
America,” this shop offers mainly tradition-
variety of holistic solutions for everyday
al-style tattoos in the outskirts of the Fox
life,” along with music memorabilia,
clothing, décor and more.
Tower Classic The Grove
Taba Smoke Shop & Novelty
This tattoo shop with an authentic and
Delmar Loop & Washington Avenue
vintage vibe “is simply about creating great
Founded in 2013, this shop offers the “lat-
tattoos while creating a quality experience
est, affordable décor items, gift ideas and
for the tattoo collector.”
fun apparel.” When it comes to smoking
Delmar Loop & South County
accessories, Taba’s “prices are the most affordable in St. Louis.”
Burn One Brennan’s Central West End This vintage-style, three-floor bar and cigar lounge offers a full menu and is home to the BHIVE, a 3,000-square-foot space utilized as a private workspace as well as for meetings and luncheons.
Charles P. Stanley Cigar Company and Lounge Washington Avenue Established in 1876, this company was one of the largest wholesalers of cigars in the country at the turn of the 20th century. Although operations were suspended during the Great Depression, fourth-generation Stanleys have “fired” up the company once more with a lounge “just around the corner from the original location.”
Feed Your Ears Dance Party DJ
Broadway Oyster Bar
This artsy bar, café, venue, gallery, record shop,
Featuring live music — including rock, reggae and
bookstore and study hall hosts myriad DJs on two
funk — seven nights a week, the BOB hosts some
floors as well as film screenings, game nights and so
of St. Louis’s finest bands and friendliest patrons.
The Firebird Midtown
A hidden gem of the St. Louis music scene, this
Located inside the Ameristar Casino, this club
indie rock music lounge offers concerts most nights
features bumping DJs every Saturday night from
of the week.
9 p.m. to 3 a.m., plus there’s a whole world of fun within the complex just outside the club’s doors.
Hear ‘Em First
The Ready Room
This StL music staple with a capacity of 750
A new addition to the St. Louis music scene, this
hosts touring artists of “all musical genres as well
venue features both local and touring bands of all
as stand-up comedy, burlesque troupes and art
2720 Cherokee Cherokee Street With 20,000 square feet spanning three floors, this venue is “an oasis of music, art and culture located in the heart of St. Louis’s most eclectic neighborhood.”
Old Rock House Downtown Hosting approximately 250 national concerts each year, this venue, bar and restaurant is sure to provide something for every music lover.
Share Some Laughs Helium Comedy Club
The Improv Shop
Located in the basement of the Saint Louis
This hole-in-the-wall comedy club offers
Galleria, this up-and-coming comedy club
classes along with the usual stand-up come-
has seen many national acts, from Steve-O
dy shows. The club also offers a full bar and
to Tom Segura. The club also hosts open-
EAT & DRINK
Friendly’s Sports Bar & Grill
Tower Grove South & South County
In late September, Earthbound hosted a grand opening for
A quintessential StL dive bar with over 40 flat-screen TVs
its new 2,500-square-foot tasting room. In its brewing pro-
for your viewing pleasure, this bar and grill offers a wide
cess, Earthbound utilizes caves underneath Cherokee Street.
variety of food, cheap drinks and entertainment, including air
Center Ice Brewery
hockey, darts and pool.
This brewery offers everything a hockey fanatic could want:
Central West End
open seating to discuss the game, inspired Blues-themed
The drinks are strong enough that you don’t mind the
décor and six unique brews made in house. Finally, Blues
surroundings, and the bartenders are Central West End
fans have a place to call their own in St. Louis.
celebrities. Plus, you’ll always run into someone you haven’t
The Old Bakery Beer Company
seen in awhile.
Hair of the Dog
This certified organic craft brewery, which features a restau-
rant and tasting room, is housed in the Old Colonial Bakery
With a friendly staff and oh-so-affordable drinks, this neigh-
building in downtown Alton.
borhood pub offers over 250 beers, 43 of which are on tap.
Get Your Game On Start Bar Downtown This throwback arcade bar offers a mix of classic arcade games, console games and pinball as well as pizza and other snacks. The bar has all the typical offerings, along with boozy milkshakes and drunken slushies. Game play is free Sunday through Thursday.
The Silver Ballroom Bevo Geared toward punk rockers and pinballers, this ballroom has pinball machines from the ’80s to now as well as an exclusively punk rock juke box. Its fully stocked bar is called the Retox Center, and the kitchen offers traditional Australian meat pies along with several other varieties.
Pieces Soulard Pieces, the St. Louis Board Game Café and Bar, has a board game library of nearly 700 games, a full bar and kitchen. Having trouble figuring out what to play or perhaps the rules to a new game? Fear not. “Game navigators,” who are familiar with the majority of the game library, are available to assist.
Get Happy Sasha’s Wine Bars Clayton & Shaw Sasha’s boasts a large selection of wine, great patios and one of the happiest happy hours in town.
Barcelona Tapas Restaurant Clayton With a happy hour that “can’t be beat,” according to one Facebook review, this traditional Spanish restaurant has a plethora of wine offerings to pair with your tapas.
Tiny Bar Downtown Taking great pride in its craft beverages, St. Louis’s tiniest bar with a not-so-tiny happy hour is “kind of a big deal.”
Munch Late Night Maurizio’s Pizza & Sports Bar Downtown This New York-style pizza parlor with a hometown vibe is open late and has a great delivery range. And if you want to keep the party going, Maurizio’s even delivers booze.
Insomnia Cookies Downtown, Central West End & Delmar Loop Get your late-night sweet tooth fix with cookies, brownies and ice cream. The best part: If you’re too tipsy to get yourself to a storefront, Insomnia delivers.
Mission Taco Joint Soulard, Central West End, Delmar Loop & St. Charles After 10 p.m. seven days a week, all tacos are just $2, and you can even get shots of tequila for $2.
Stay Caffeinated To Work
Central West End
This café and restaurant offers “New Orleans
This alternative vibe coffeehouse features
charm, coffee, beignets and fresh farm-to-table
reclaimed wood accents and is a great place
foods in the heart of St. Louis.”
to meet cool people.
The Mud House
Central West End
You’ll never have to worry about where to get
This cozy, quaint coffee shop is nestled in
coffee at an odd hour or on a national holiday; this
Cherokee Street’s Antique Row and has a
café and restaurant is open 24/7/365.
pleasant patio out back.
Grab a Bite on the Go Slide Piece With a fairly simple menu of gourmet sliders, you might want to keep this one a secret from your old lady. ;-)
Seoul Taco “This Korean-Mexican-fusion joint knows a thing or two about good tacos, and at less than $3 a pop, we’re ordering one of each.”
Lulu’s Local Eatery With a focus on sustainability, this vegetarian and vegan StL staple features fresh, local and organic ingredients whenever possible.
Taste the Creativity Sushi Roll
Tani Sushi Bistro
The Sliced Pint
The Fountain on Locust
This gourmet burger joint
Two words: Pizza nachos. St.
Served on fire, the Oh My God
serves “fresh and flavorful fare
Louis is known for its Italian
This restaurant, bar and ice
Roll features shrimp tempura,
in an eclectic atmosphere.” The
food, so it was only a matter
cream shop has some of the
crab, shrimp, avocado, spicy
Reaper is a burger topped with
of time until someone had this
best ice cream martinis you’ll
sauce and eel sauce.
smoked lamb leg, apricot ketch-
genius idea. Nacho aficionados
ever try, with flavors ranging
up and flash-fried kale, among
will appreciate the fresh take on
from Pomegranate Punch to
other unique ingredients.
Eat Internationally Asian
Hiro Asian Kitchen
This Asian fusion restaurant and bar creates dishes inspired by
This authentic South City Latinx restaurant has a cool neigh-
flavors of Southeast Asia that are ideal for sharing. Its classic
borhood vibe and a great patio to enjoy your tacos and margs.
cocktails with an Asian twist are not to be missed.
Laredo Lafayette Square
Get quintessential Mexican food with a side of personality and
With a 4.9-star Facebook rating, many patrons say this is the
listen to live music while you enjoy your food. Warning: The
best Korean barbecue in the Greater St. Louis area.
table salsa has quite a kick.
The Vine Cafe and Market
Salt + Smoke
Specializing in fresh Lebanese cuisine, this restaurant, bakery
“Paradise is sitting down to a meal of slow-smoked BBQ,
and market even sells hookah supplies in true Middle Eastern
fresh and flavorful sides all homemade from scratch, and
your choice from an extensive list of whiskey and beer.” This is some of the best — if not the best — barbecue in the
Olio Botanical Heights
Located in a renovated 1930s filling station, this charming
eatery and cocktail bar offers authentic cuisine inspired by the
flavors and traditions of the Mediterranean.
What’s more American than Nashville hot chicken? Not much, so get down to this fast casual restaurant and treat yourself to some comfort food and friendly service.
Brunch Like a Boss Bloody Mary
Demun Oyster Bar
With one of the best brunch Bloody Mary bars — featuring
This upscale yet casual seafood restaurant has one of the best
dozens of ingredients — in the city, this restaurant offers
patios in town, not to mention an amazing menu.
“fresh interpretations of classic American cuisine.”
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Maximize Your Fall Festival Season BY LAUREN HEALEY October is always a fun time to be in St. Louis. With fall festivals abound, we’ve compiled a few that are sure to be a blast. Also, check out the MAX 10 on page 10 for more local events taking place this month.
Missouri Prairie Festival Oct. 7 2 -10 PM at Thomas Dunn Learning Center
All information from event webpages.
facebook.com/events/1700739969939509/ This all-ages festival features live music from the Hillary Fitz Band, Monkh and the People, the Cree Rider Family Band and more as well as “a variety of thought-provoking educational talks and interactive workshops.”
Grove Fest Oct. 7 2 -11 PM in the Grove thegrovestl.com/grove-fest/ This annual family-friendly festival returns for its 12th year on Manchester Avenue between Tower Grove Avenue and Sarah Street and features live music, street performers, food and drinks, crafts, fashion, art and a kids zone.
Sauce Magazine’s Harvest Festival Oct. 15 11 AM - 5 PM at Laumeier Sculpture Park harvestfestivalstl.com Local restaurants, breweries, wineries, fresh produce, artists, designers and live music will be featured during Sauce Magazine’s 11th annual Harvest Festival.
Barktoberfest Oct. 17 6 - 8:30 PM at Urban Chestnut — Midtown facebook.com/events/269458386892201/ This Oktoberfest party for dogs includes a costume contest, a doggie polka contest and other games and prizes. Proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Missouri’s Rescued Pet Trauma Fund, which provides surgeries for sick and injured shelter pets.
ART CHARLES HILL
A Tribute to Yo! MTV Raps This flashback to the â€™90s at the Ready Room in the Grove featured local artists performing tributes to A Tribe Called Quest, Public Enemy and more.
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