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[ LETTER FROM THE EDITOR ] Today’s health section, Wellness First, is about prevention, something everyone is probably onboard with in theory. Practice is another story. I’m as culpable as the next person, maybe even more so. I’ve spent a lot of time over the years at places like Canyon Ranch and Miraval hearing about all the ways to avoid virtually every malady, especially those associated with aging. Take balance. The theory is that most falls are preventable, if only we’d spend a little time “building better balance.” Yes, balance can be taught, only it’s really boring to practice standing on one foot (and then the other) for long periods of time. Or repeatedly walking across a room touching toe to heel—daily. And sleeplessness can be improved on, too, by adhering to a long list of ‘don’ts,’ starting with not eating close to bedtime, not tuning into Showtime when you find yourself awake at 2 a.m., and not polishing off that bottle of wine after dinner (alcohol may make you sleepy, but it keeps you from staying asleep). Then there’s the whole list of foods you should and should not eat. This is something of a moving target; one month strawberries top the list of foods with the highest concentration of trace pesticides, the next it’s grapes. And don’t even get me started on fish (mercury levels), red meat (antibiotics), chicken (hormones), or rice and corn (GMOs). Sometimes I just call up the memory of my dear, departed father-in-law and say: You were right, Dad. One does indeed have to die of something, and you may as well have a smile on your face when you do. —Dorothy F. Weiner Editor in Chief
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Should parks be sacred ground? BJC Healthcare was lambasted a few years back for wanting to carve out a chunk of Forest Park across Kingshighway Boulevard. Of late, Wildwood residents were up in arms when a zipline operator wanted to set up in Greensfelder Park. (Its sights are now set on Creve Coeur Park.) Residents adjacent to Ohlendorf West Park in Ballwin were understandably irked when they found out five acres of the 44-acre site were being taken up by the county’s $16.2 million Emergency Communications Center (ECC), which includes a 250foot tower. Construction is slated for completion in May, but residents knew nothing about the project until workers started taking down trees. Meanwhile, Kirkwood has put on hold plans for a 190-foot tower in Kirkwood Park for the ECC, but not because of resident outcry. A water tower formerly at the site was removed because the soil settled. Eminent domain? Not exactly. The needs of ECC probably pre-empt city ordinances, authorities say. Cops carry tasers. When used properly, they can drop an aggressive criminal to the ground like a sack of potatoes. So, what’s a substitute teacher doing ‘testing’ one in an elementary-school classroom? Cops and administrators at Kehrs Mill Elementary in Chesterfield are tight-lipped, other than A) the taser user isn’t facing any charges, and B) he/she won’t be returning. The brouhaha led the principal to send a letter informing parents the sub was replaced. Once the publicity mill got into high gear, however, a second letter added that the fifth-graders were never in any danger and may not even have been aware of what was going on. For the following, at the very least, we scratch our heads: Apparently, a teacher across the hall is
who informed the administration. Did she hear the sound, kind of like a bug zapper? What did the ‘test’ involve? I once witnessed someone get zapped on the leg (at the taser’s lowest setting); he acted as though someone had hit him with an axe. A real nurse and a fake cop? Sounds like a couple’s Halloween getup, but it’s the sad details in a false police report filed by a Fenton nurse. She alleged that a man she thought was a police officer pulled her from her car and punched and threw her to the ground on Polo Drive in Clayton. Not surprising, alcohol was involved—but, apparently, no one else was. When authorities persisted about her bizarre allegations, she confessed to lying. Now she has to wear a monitoring bracelet and perform 80 hours of community service. We hope she does that in an environment where she can witness the hopelessness of chronic alcoholism. Whether she has received substance-abuse treatment is unclear: In the 1990s, she was disciplined in Missouri and Illinois for alcohol- and drug-related issues. Her nursing license expires at the end of next month. Experience shows that, unless arrested, alcohol problems only get worse.
people feel like doing that the morning after a so-called ‘pub crawl.’ Which is why we especially like the moniker for Maplewood’s event the first Saturday of next month: the Coffee Crawl. From 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 6, the fourth annual Maplewood Coffee Crawl will allow java junkies to sip offerings from seven different roasters: Art House Coffee, Goshen Coffee, Kaldi’s Coffee, Killi Caffe, Kuva Coffee Co., Riley’s Coffee and Stringbean Coffee. If coffee isn’t your cup of tea, you can sample the steepings of two tea retailers. By afternoon, UJ & The Down Home Blues Band will be playing for your well-wired enjoyment. The event is free, but registration is required: cityofmaplewood.com/coffee. I have a friend who refers to Saint Louis Galleria as ‘The Gonif Arena,’ gonif being the Yiddish word for thief. Well, there are real gonifs afoot, and they’re not just shoplifters (retailers call them ‘hitters’), who come in all ages and are common as grains of sand, apparently. Last month Richmond Heights police questioned, but so far have not charged, an employee of Buckle (casual apparel and accessories) after it was discovered that the store safe had been opened over the weekend and $14,000 was missing.
The dusting of snow on the palm trees was real. The palms, however, are not. But everything else at Chimichanga’s is bona fide. The authentic Mexican restaurant at 5425 S. Grand Blvd. in south St. Louis (at Eiler, a block south of Eichelberger) is another establishment chosen as a 2012 ‘Neighborhood Business of the Year’ by the city. Chimichanga’s got the nod in Ward 13 (last year, nearby Café Mochi was the Ward 15 winner). Chimichanga’s is a delight from the outside in. Even in daylight, you can see its bright yellow fence for blocks. At night, lights strung along the fencing announce there’s a party going on in here. And soon it may be warm enough to enjoy a meal outside on the patio, in the shade of fake fronds. But inside, it’s noisy, which is part of the charm. A mural adds to the celebration, and the margaritas are designated-driver size. Meal portions are more than generous, and there are dozens of options to choose from. I had to request a box for my leftovers and that’s after only two tacos and frijoles! OK, full disclosure: As a kid who grew up in the Northeast, I’d never even heard of a taco until my freshman year at Colorado State, when I thought it was pronounced ‘take-o.’ It wasn’t
Eateries come, eateries go. Sometimes it happens faster than a 13-year-old girl’s puppy loves, but that is not the case with Amici’s, which had managed a six-year run in downtown Kirkwood, despite nearby competitors and grumblings about high prices. Curiously, the restaurant at 210 N. Kirkwood Road had a ‘Closed for Renovations’ sign in the window last month. Pshaw to that. Ever roll out of bed and crawl to the coffee pot? Well, we’ve heard some
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until a trip to the other side of town that I had the real thing, at a joint with a dusty parking lot and beat-up stucco outside. I never visited ‘chain’ Mexican again. If you’re looking for the real thing, you’ll find it at Chimichanga’s. State legislators hope to deter fraudsters who take advantage of federal welfare benefits— using them for lottery tickets, liquor, adult entertainment, at casinos and other luxuries for which the monies are not intended. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-U. City, and Will Kraus, R-Lee’s Summit, have reached across the aisle to co-sponsor legislation that would bring Missouri into compliance with a federal law passed last year. They held a press conference March 4 in Jeff City to address details of the bill, which if not passed in some form would disqualify Missouri from 5 percent of its federal allocation. This cannot prevent beneficiaries from misusing the funds, however. The dishonest who receive their benefits electronically can convert them to cash and use them for anything. Criminy! Man up, people;
these funds are intended for the needy and their dependent children. The arts are the sweet breath of life throughout Webster Groves. By summer, there should be a sculpture park here, in the two triangular plots of ground straddling Gore Avenue at Kirkham Avenue, just down the hill north of downtown. The seventh annual city-wide en plein air event, Paint Webster, is on the arts schedule again (May 11), as is the Art & Air festival (June 7-9). Music lovers who’ve flocked to the Old Webster Jazz & Blues fest each fall may have another genre this summer to savor: Soulfest. Webster University’s Community Music School for kids is world-renowned. Opera Theatre of St. Louis has a full summer schedule. The Rep stages professional productions of works, old and new. Gateway Foundation chose to install Allen Jones’ abstract, weathered steel ‘Back Flip’ at Big Bend Boulevard and Lockwood Avenue. Then, who knows what will be the ultimate use for Ozark Theatre— lovingly restored, but only to a point? You may stop to take a breath now.
Long on the map for its eclectic art offerings, the city recently was honored as Missouri’s 2013 ‘Creative Community.’ (Last year, Joplin was honored, in large part for its goal to weave art into rebuilding efforts following the deadly 2011 tornado.) Among the residents on hand at the state capitol recently, when Mayor Gerry Welch accepted the award on the city’s behalf, were arts mavens Don and Tracy Drissell, who have been active in the city’s arts initiatives since they moved B:11.375” here in the late 1990s from St. Louis. Don is an architect with Panera; T:10.875” Tracy, a graphic artist. The pair has been S:10.125”
energized by the city’s embrace of the arts, down to its landscape architecture. This means, for better or worse, that both have been tapped often as volunteers. When he ‘retired’ from the Architectural Review Board a few years ago, Don was wooed back by Welch to help form the city’s Arts Commission. Nary a pause for pro bono: After we sat down with the Drissells, Don was to head for a commission meeting to select one of three graphic options for banners celebrating the honor. Tracy had designed them. We put in our 2 cents’ worth; let’s hope the powers-that-be chose wisely.
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The Dada Ball & Bash, a biennial gala to benefit Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, takes place April 6 at CAM, 3750 Washington Blvd. The gala ball and swinging after-party provide 20 percent of CAM’s annual revenue. This year’s event celebrates British art and culture, featuring a fashion show produced by Neiman Marcus and emceed by NM fashion director Ken Downing. The inspiration for the event, British artist Jeremy Deller’s interactive exhibition Joy in People, runs through April 28 at CAM.
If you liked them a couple of years ago in Hamlet, you’ll love them in Twelfth Night. Kimiye Corwin and Anderson Matthews return May 24 through June 16 to Shakespeare Festival St. Louis in Forest Park. Corwin was nominated for a Kevin Kline award for her turn as Ophelia; Matthews has numerous Broadway credits, including The Robber Bridegroom with Patti LuPone and Kevin Kline.
Aubrey Allicock, who rose from the chorus at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis to become a leading baritone, has won OTSL’s Mabel Dorn Reeder Foundation Prize. The $10,000 cash award is given annually to a young artist who shows extraordinary potential. A native of Tucson, Ariz., Allicock began his professional career as part of OTSL’s Gerdine Young Artist program, then performed at the Metropolitan Opera in Armida and Rigoletto. In St. Louis, he won rave reviews for his performances as Zaretsky in Eugene Onegin, Mamoud in The Death of Klinghoffer and the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland.
The 20th annual Dining Out for Life takes place April 25 at more than 130 area eateries. That’s the day participating restaurants donate at least 25 percent of proceeds to Saint Louis Effort for AIDS, which provides education programs and support services for those affected by the disease. FOR A LIST OF PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS, SEE DININGOUTFORLIFE.COM.
To celebrate The SHELDON’S 100th anniversary, the venerable concert hall commissioned local photographers Ray Marklin, Odell Mitchell Jr., Kathleen Sanker and Jennifer Silverberg to shoot photos in and around the historic building. The striking result, The Sheldon: 100 Moments—A Celebration of the 100th Anniversary, is available at the venue’s gift shop and online. An exhibit of the photos is on view at The Sheldon Art Galleries through May 4.
Golf Digest has ranked both golf courses at Country Club of St. Albans among the Top 10 in Missouri.
The club was the only one in Missouri to have two courses chosen. The Tavern Creek course came in at No. 7, with Lewis & Clark ranked ninth. The courses were lauded for challenging both seasoned and casual golfers.
Raise a flagon of mead to Thomas Madden, director of Saint Louis University’s Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, who has been named a fellow of the Medieval Academy of America. The scholar, whose latest book is Venice: A New History, was lauded in the New York Times for his “breezy, cheerful” style and storytelling ability.
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[BACKTALK A NEW KIND OF ADVICE COLUMN by raschelle burton & patty hannum MY HUSBAND DOESN’T LIKE TO GET TOGETHER WITH ONE OF MY FRIENDS. HE FINDS HER GUESTS BORING AND SHE TENDS TO INVITE TOO MANY PEOPLE FOR HER LITTLE CONDO. WHAT SHOULD I SAY TO HER? —CRAMPED IN KIRKWOOD
PATTY: Say nothing to your friend, but can I suggest you dump your husband? Wait a minute, I don’t think I can say that, since this is not a marital advice column. I must admit I am a talker, so no matter where I go, I find someone to talk to. And as for over-inviting, guilty as charged! I once hosted a couples’ bridal shower with close to 50 people, intending for it to be on the patio. Of course it rained, so we moved the stuff out of our garage and added a ‘room’ to our house. True, it was during the days of keggers, but I recently saw one of the guest couples and they still bring up what a great time they had! Tell your husband to buck up and come to the party. If there are too many people, all boring, he can slip out unnoticed. Or better yet, just go to the party without him. RASCHELLE: I disagree, Patty. I think we can give marital advice; people should just remember it’s free and you get what you pay for. The bottom line is we all have to spend time with boring people, forced to don our fake smiles and chitty chat. It is difficult to be fully present in those moments, and who doesn’t want to be fully present and at peace with the universe? There’s nothing less appealing than being squished into a tiny room with a bunch of dullards. That’s why I firmly believe when you can choose your company, you may as well make it good company -- handsome, interesting, funny company—otherwise you’re just in a staff meeting, right? I CANNOT PULL INTO MY DRIVEWAY WITHOUT MY NEIGHBOR POPPING HER HEAD OUT TO SAY SOMETHING. EVEN BEING OUT IN THE YARD IS UNPLEASANT SINCE SHE WALKS OVER AND JUST STARTS TALKING. WHAT CAN I DO? —LIVING NEXT TO GLADYS KRAVITZ
PATTY: Have you thought about moving? I have never had a nosy neighbor, but she sounds like she is just lonely. Can you spare five minutes to chat with her? And yes, I know it is not ‘necessary.’ I am pretty sure when you signed the closing documents there wasn’t a clause that stated you had to chat with your neighbors. Can you enter your house through your garage? Or when she comes into your yard, be prepared to begin spraying for bugs and suggest she wear a gas mask ‘just in case.’ Don’t let her stop you from doing what you want in your own home. A firm, “I have to go” or “I really need to finish this book” or “My phone is ringing” should do the trick. If all else fails, remember: good fences make good neighbors. RASCHELLE: Oh, for a second there I thought you said you were living next to Lenny Kravitz, and that would be an entirely different answer. You’re more likely to succeed in conjuring up a unicorn with an ancient incantation than in making her the kind of neighbor you want. So stop wasting time. You must ignore her completely. Don’t look at her, don’t wave, don’t smile, don’t answer her questions and, for the love of God, don’t answer the phone or the door. If you’re in your yard and she approaches, run into the house, flailing your arms so there’s no mistaking that you’re running from her. You have to be more than firm with a person like this; she’s never going to understand nuance. And who knows, maybe she’ll move out and Lenny will move in. >> RASCHELLE BURTON MAKES A FABULOUS MARTINI. HERE’S THE RECIPE: POUR EQUAL PARTS VODKA AND VERMOUTH DOWN THE DRAIN AND DRINK THE BOURBON INSTEAD. >> PATTY HANNUM DOES NOT UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BOURBON, WHISKEY AND RYE, WHICH IS WHY SHE DRINKS BEER.
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symphony, told me a musician from East St. Louis changed his life. “I started playing trumpet when I was 9, but I heard Miles Davis play My Funny Valentine when I was 12 and it radically changed my perspective. All the trumpet players I had heard before, like Doc Severinsen or Maynard Ferguson, played with joyous bravado. But Miles had this haunting, beautiful, melancholy sound. I pretty much knew then that I wanted to be a professional trumpet player.” ]
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[ Twenty years ago, Dave Birkenmeier told his son David to “suck it up” when the 5-year-old complained of breathlessness on the soccer field. “I almost killed him,” Birkenmeier told the crowd at this month’s ASTHMA AND ALLERGY FOUNDATION dinner at The Four Seasons. Birkenmeier, manager of the Clayton/Lindbergh Schnucks for 24 years, and wife Anne shared this year’s Orchid Award. As for young Dave, he gets married in June. ]
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[TIME OUT... WITH T.J. OSHIE
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T. J. OSHIE WAS THE ST. LOUIS BLUES’ FIRST-ROUND DRAFT PICK in 2005 (24th overall) and by 2008, he was a member of the Blues. His exciting style of play thrilled fans, and that continues as the 26-year-old right-winger keeps dazzling on the ice. Q. WHAT DID YOU DO TO STAY BUSY DURING THE LOCKOUT? A. Well we skated between three and five times a week, but I also played a lot of golf. Q. SO WHAT KIND OF GOLFER ARE YOU, AND WHAT’S THE BEST ST. LOUIS COURSE? A. I shoot in the high 70s, low 80s. I’d say Bellerive is the toughest course here. Q. WHERE DO YOU LIVE IN THE OFF-SEASON? A. Brainerd, Minn., about two hours north of Minneapolis-St. Paul. I like my small Brainerd town;
I’m a big fan of laying low.
Q. WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE RESTAURANT? A. Paul Manno’s—I’ve never had a bad meal there. I really like Annie Gunn’s, too. I’m a big steakhouse guy. Q. A LOT OF YOUNG WOMEN WHO FOUND OUT I WAS INTERVIEWING YOU WANTED TO KNOW IF YOU HAD A GIRLFRIEND. A. I have a girlfriend, Lauren, who lives with me here in St. Louis. She’s from Minnesota. We’ve been dating for about two years, and things have been going good. Q. WHAT WOULD FANS BE MOST SURPRISED TO LEARN ABOUT YOU? A. Um…I’m a pretty weird guy. I’ve just got a wild imagination. I say some off-the-wall things sometimes. Q. WHAT ARE YOUR PRE-GAME RITUALS? A. My iPod is on the team stereo. I like to switch it up.
We always play soccer before every game, and I have
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Q. WHAT’S THE CRAZIEST NICKNAME YOU HAVE? A. Walt (Keith Tkachuk) called me ‘furnace face’ because my face always gets red.
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Q. WHAT DID IT MEAN TO YOU TO BE SO WELCOMED BY FANS IN ST. LOUIS? A. It really helped my transition; that was pretty special. Q. THE BLUES ARE STILL LOOKING FOR THEIR FIRST STANLEY CUP. WHAT WAS YOUR REACTION TO BEING PICKED TO WIN THE CUP? A. It’s a dream of all of ours. I can’t even fathom what it would really be like. Q. WHEN IT’S ALL SAID AND DONE, HOW WILL YOU WANT FANS TO REMEMBER YOU? A. As the most exciting player they’ve ever watched. I try to work the hardest, so for someone to say my
work ethic made it exciting for them would be pretty special to me.
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by dr. tim jordan THE SUPER BOWL and winter award shows provided yet another opportunity for me to worry about our children and the images they see every day. Sporting events like Rams football games or the Super Bowl are seen by kids of all ages. This is not late-night adult viewing; this is prime time and seen by families with young children. And what did they see? Commercials dripping with sexuality. There was a beer commercial focused on a woman, waist down, walking toward the camera in a sensual way. All you see is her long bare legs coming out of a tight miniskirt; talk about objectification. Another commercial shows a model and a ‘nerdy’ younger guy making out. It looked uncomfortable for both, wasn’t sensual or fun—just weird and awkward. Halftime brought us a scantily clad Beyonce strutting and grinding and blowing sultry kisses. Oh, she sang, too, but the content and tone was pure sensuality. Now, I’m not a prude or a grumpy old man, really. But I work with kids and teens every day, and I hear them express the pressures they feel from popular culture about how they are supposed to look and act. Those aforementioned images are a large part of the problem. The main message from many TV commercials kids see is: If you want to be happy, you need to be thin, sexy, out in an expensive club drinking alcohol with equally thin, sexy friends. You have to have a perfect physique, women and men alike, and wear skimpy clothes that show it all. And to pull off being this cool and popular and beautiful, you need the products we are selling. What the commercials are really selling is the lie that happiness is found in externals like being popular, famous and beautiful. They want you to buy the mantra that more is better and that happiness can be bought. And it’d affecting not only girls. If you want your sons to grow up respecting women and knowing how to create meaningful, intimate relationships, you need to turn off the boob tube or watch TV with them and talk about it. Talk about the images, about the objectification of women, and what’s really important. Make sure your daughters are image-savvy, that they understand about the airbrushing and photoshopping of pictures in magazines. They need to know that what they see there is not reality, but a made-up image. Ask questions about what they think about these commercials and images. What does it say about relationships and happiness? It’s a sad day when parents have to screen commercials and halftime shows. Make sure you have the last and most influential word on all of this. TIM JORDAN, M.D., IS A BEHAVIORAL PEDIATRICIAN WHO COUNSELS KIDS IN GRADE SCHOOL THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL. FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO WELOKI.COM
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Some of the programs we offer include Little Medical School, Gizmos and Gadgets, Junior Vet and a special dance camp with the Lindenwood Lions. Check out our exciting summer guide S’More Summer Fun by visiting www.girlscoutsem.org and clicking on News>> Publications. For more information, call 314.592.2351.
[ bringing silver to the midwest ] GATEWAY FIELD HOCKEY EXCELS AT NATIONAL TOURNEY
Another St. Louis team is putting a traditionally East Coast sport on the map. The U16 Gateway Field Hockey Club recently returned from the National Disney Field Hockey Showcase with silver medals. Kate O’Connell, who coaches the girls with Melissa Lantz, says their achievement caught the attention of other teams. “It’s huge,” she says. “We beat teams from New Hampshire, Pennsylvania and Canada, the hotbed of hockey. Those are the powerhouses, and we beat them handily. It’s a huge accomplishment for the growth of field hockey in St. Louis and the Midwest.” The winning team represents seven local high schools, but O’Connell explains that the U16 team is comprised of many other players. Unlike club soccer teams, which tend to keep the same teams together year after year, Gateway mixes up the girls based on performance and determination. “We made our final team selection about a week before,” she says. “But they are all training together. Sometimes it’s a matter of who can attend.” Despite coming from different schools, O’Connell says the U16 team has a strong sense of camaraderie. “Our coaches, staff and the girls all get along. They want to be there, to succeed and work toward the common goal,” she says.
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Chaminade junior Joseph Tanner lives for strikes. As pitcher, his job is to throw as many as he can past his opponent. As a bowler, it’s to rack up those perfect shots. His passion for the latter sport helped his team win the conference championship this year. THIS IS YOUR FIRST YEAR ON THE TEAM. HOW DID YOU GET INTO BOWLING?
This summer, I was on the baseball team, which traveled a lot, and in between out-of-town games, we’d go bowling. When school started again, I wasn’t playing baseball and looking for something to do. Bowling turned out to be a very good decision. The first time I went to practice was just for fun. I did well and coach said I should join. I was hooked. HOW ARE BOWLING AND BASEBALL SIMILAR?
Both sports require mental toughness. You can go into slumps, but if you have mental toughness, one strike changes everything. WHAT IS YOUR TEAM DYNAMIC LIKE?
In our conference, we are the team that has the most fun and the best chemistry. When we have strikes, there’s cheering and high-fives. We try to win our games as a team. Not A Registered Girl Scout? No Problem!
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My average will keep climbing over the summer, and next year we’ll have a better season and possibly win the state championship.
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[ quashing all comers ]
MICDS SENIOR SHARES HER PASSION FOR SQUASH
When the average St. Louisan thinks squash, they think farmers market. But when Julia Olson thinks squash, she starts plotting rapid-fire strategy. The MICDS senior has led the charge in St. Louis to promote the game she loves, a kind of cross between racquetball, tennis and chess, she says. “It’s hard to explain to someone who’s never heard of it,” Olson admits. “It’s a perfect blend of mental and physical strategy. You’re in a box, and it’s just you and the other player. You have to strategize to out-think the other person.” She first picked up the game when she was 11, but there were not many opportunities to play against her peers. “My
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family is originally from the East Coast, and my second cousins were squash players,” Olson says. “I’ve grown up playing with men at the racquet club downtown. I played only against male members and trained with my brother.” But the sport is gaining popularity. Recently, 20 or so local teenagers competed in the St. Louis Gold Squash tournament, hosted by U.S. Squash at MICDS. Nearly 200 teens from across the country participated, including Olson. It’s a nice change; usually she is the one traveling thousands of miles to East Coast tournaments. “At this moment, there is a very small group of people from the Midwest,” she says. “After matches, you talk to your opponent, and I love their expressions when I tell them I’m from St. Louis. They say, ‘Really? They have squash there?’” Olson will play squash for Stanford University in the fall, where she plans to study engineering. The college level offers greater competition, and Olson can’t wait. “A microcosm is within each point, and every shot requires that focus,” she says. “I just love the challenge of it, I love having to strategize, be focused, stay on my toes. The best is when you’re in the fifth game of a close match, and it’s down to a battle of who wants it more.”
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3 ART CAMP AT LAUMEIER
Each week, campers explore Laumeier’s collection and natural setting and experiment with various media through sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics and art history. Camp sessions run June 10 through Aug. 2. Morning camps for ages 4 to 6; full day for ages 6 through 15, with extended day available.
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The full-day camp for boys and girls (preschool through grade six) emphasizes swimming instruction and includes crafts, woodworking and games. Extended day is available, and lunch is provided. Three two-week sessions run from mid-June through July. 755 S. PRICE ROAD | 314.993.4040 | JBURROUGHS.ORG
5 CAMP WHITFIELD
Whitfield offers 5- to 12-year-olds a chance to move, sing, create and play. Campers enjoy field trips, art and games. Additionally, sports camps give developing athletes access to Whitfield’s star coaches and premium facilities.
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COCA SUMMER ARTS CAMPS 6 COCA offers full and half-day camps featuring music, cooking,
dancing, acting, painting, songwriting, videography and more. Plus themed camps combine disciplines in creative ways. Camps for ages 3 to 18 are taught by professional artists and instructors, with before and after care available. 524 TRINITY AVE. AND WHITFIELD SCHOOL 314.725.6555, EXT. 130 | COCASTL.ORG
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A variety of camps for ages 3 to 13, including arts, academics and just plain summer fun. Located on Community School’s beautiful, 16-acre campus and staffed by Community faculty. 900 LAY ROAD | 314.991.0005 | COMMUNITYSCHOOL.COM/CAMP
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Cor Jesu Enrichment and Sports Camps are designed for girls in third through eighth grades and taught by CJA teachers and coaches.
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Creative art camps for ages 4 through 18 with artist instructors feature hot glass, pottery wheel, jewelry making, digital darkroom, fashion and textile design, drawing, high school intensive and more. Teen intern opportunities available. 6640 DELMAR BLVD. AND 501 N. GRAND BLVD. | 314.725.1177 | CRAFTALLIANCE.ORG
11 FIRST AND GOAL FOOTBALL
First and Goal Football Camp is a full-contact camp offering all-day and half-day programs for grades two through eight, with sessions led by area high school football coaches. 695 TRADE CENTER BLVD. | 314.706.0440 | FIRSTANDGOALFOOTBALL.COM
FORSYTH SUMMER DISCOVERY 12 Sports, arts, adventure! From June 10 through Aug. 9, there are dozens of one-week, themed camps at Forsyth
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Summer Discovery for children ages 3 through 12. Early childhood program and extended day available.
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GIRL SCOUTS OF EASTERN MISSOURI SUMMER CAMPS
All girls are invited to Girl Scout Summer Camp. We’re offering several new camps this year, including Junior Vet and a dance camp with the Lindenwood Lions. Session lengths vary from two nights to two weeks. ST. LOUIS, PEVELY AND TROY, MO | 314.592.2300 | GIRLSCOUTSEM.ORG
PEGASUS CAMP 14 Pegasus, located at MICDS, offers a wide variety of camp choices, including science and technology,
athletics, swimming, visual/performing arts and unique hobbies. Professional instructors on staff. Hot lunch is served daily, and before and after care is available. 101 N. WARSON ROAD | 314.995.7342 | MICDS.ORG/PEGASUS
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SUMMER CAMPS AT WORLD CHESS HALL OF FAME 16 Explore the intersection of art and chess. Two unique sessions—Elements of Hip Hop and Shakespeare in Chess—will have campers learning, performing and participating in hands-on activities that expand the mind and demonstrate how chess has influenced the world.
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SUMMERQUEST 17 SummerQuest unites outstanding programs and state-of-the-art facilities to provide a fun-filled summer
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Summer camps June 10 through Aug. 9. Classes in acting, voice and dance, plus special themed production workshops, including Cinderella and Godspell. Preschool to high school students will enjoy high-quality musical theater training from professional instructors. Ask about programs for students with special needs. 444 CHESTERFIELD CENTER | 636.449.5775 | STAGESSTLOUIS.ORG
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URSULINE SUMMER ACADEMY & SPORTS CAMPS 19 Ursuline’s Summer Academy and summer sports camps offer academic, enrichment and athletic
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THE WILSON SCHOOL SUMMER CAMP 21 Age 3 through grade six. Eight weekly sessions from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m beginning June 10 with before- and after-care. Campers enjoy swimming at Shaw Park, field trips, arts and crafts, and organized games. 400 DEMUN AVE. | 314.725.4999 | WILSONSCHOOL.COM
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by tony di martino THE STAFF AT RANKEN JORDAN ARE DRIVEN to help sick kids get better. But demand for the pediatric specialty hospital’s services keeps growing, and the cost of medical care keeps rising. So Ranken Jordan and Dave Sinclair Lincoln are teaming up to raise money for the hospital. “It’s part of Lincoln Motor Co.’s Driven to Give program,” explains Ranken Jordan CEO Lauri Tanner. “For each driver who stops by our Maryland Heights campus May 18 to test-drive a new Lincoln, Dave Sinclair Lincoln will make a $20 donation to Ranken Jordan.” Behind every partnership is a story, and the luxury car dealership’s relationship with Ranken Jordan is no exception. “Quite simply, the amazing staff at Ranken Jordan gave my niece her life back,” says James Sinclair, president of Dave Sinclair Lincoln. Two-and-a-half years ago, 15-year-old Cecilia Detwiler and her brother were in a car wreck that crushed her legs. “It was a nightmare—they were trapped inside the wreckage for hours,” Sinclair recalls. “We weren’t sure she would ever walk again, let alone live. She almost lost a leg.” But today, thanks to the care and support she received at Ranken Jordan, Cecilia is healthy, happy—and walking. “I was a Ranken Jordan supporter before the accident, but now I’m their biggest fan,” Sinclair says. “I believe in their mission. My family has seen it in action.” Since 1941, Ranken Jordan has helped thousands of severely ill and injured kids get out of their hospital beds and back into life. “We serve the sickest of the sick, the so-called hopeless cases: kids born with complex medical conditions or, like Cecilia, suffering from catastrophic injuries,” Tanner says. “Once the immediate crisis is over, they can’t stay in a conventional hospital, but they’re still too sick to go home—and their parents have no idea how to handle a complex, ongoing medical condition.” Ranken Jordan provides customized care through inpatient and outpatient programs, a comprehensive orthopedic and rehabilitation clinic, and ongoing support for patients ages 2 weeks to 21 years. “We also educate parents on how to continue the healing process at home,” Tanner says. “But we couldn’t do any of it without generous community support.” All the latest Lincolns will be available for a spin at Driven to Give. “Coachmen Car Club of St. Louis will also be there with a spectacular classic car show,” Tanner says. “Both Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Coachmen are longtime Ranken Jordan supporters. Thanks to them, we’ll have something for everyone May 18. We’re hoping for 300 test drives. So stop by, take a tour and drive a car for a great cause!”
DRIVEN TO GIVE TAKES PLACE MAY 18 AT RANKEN JORDAN-A PEDIATRIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL, 11365 DORSETT ROAD IN MARYLAND HEIGHTS. RESERVATIONS ARE ADVISED; CALL 314.467.0089. PICTURED ON THE COVER: COACHMEN CAR CLUB MEMBER DAN WROBEL, DAVE SINCLAIR LINCOLN GENERAL SALES MANAGER TOM BRINKLEY, RANKEN JORDAN CEO LAURI TANNER, AND RANKEN JORDAN PATIENT TANIYA. COVER DESIGN BY JON FOGEL | COVER PHOTO BY BILL BARRETT
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NON[PROFIT EVENTS RANKEN JORDAN-A PEDIATRIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL >> OPEN HOUSE Learn about the transition from acute care hospitals to home March 2o, April 10, May 8 | 5:30-7 p.m. >> SPRING EGG HUNT March 23 | 10 a.m.-noon 11365 Dorsett Road | 314.872.6400 | rankenjordan.org
We’re Turning 10! Thank you St. Louis for 10 years of supporting our mission to empower girls for a lifetime of healthy living. 10th Birthday Party Wednesday April 17th, 2013 Moulin Events www.girlsontherunstlouis.org 314-862-6266
THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY >> HUNT FOR A CURE EGG HUNT
March 23 | Forest Park Central Fields | $5 per family
>> MAN & WOMAN OF THE YEAR GRAND FINALE April 18 | The Ritz-Carlton Hotel 314.590.2237 | lls.org/gat
CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM ST. LOUIS >> DADA BALL & BASH April 6 | 6 p.m.-midnight 3750 Washington Blvd. | 314.535.4660 | camstl.org
HOPE FOR YOUNG ADULTS WITH CANCER >> OFFICIAL CHARITY OF RESTAURANT WEEK ON THE HILL
April 15-21 | restaurantweekonthehill.com
>> ONE MILE TUTU WALK | THE TUTU PROJECT
May 11 | 10 a.m. | Tilles Park, 9551 Litzsinger Road hope4yawc.org
GIRLS ON THE RUN >> ST. LOUIS 10TH BIRTHDAY PARTY COCKTAIL RECEPTION
April 17 | 2017 Chouteau Ave.
>> ST. LOUIS 5K TO BENEFIT THE SCHOLARSHIP FUND May 11 | 8 a.m. | Soldier’s Memorial 314.862.6266 | girlsontherunstlouis.org
ST. PATRICK CENTER >> EXHIBIT A: ART BY ARCHITECTS, A BENEFIT ART EXHIBIT
April 18 | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | Canon Design 1100 Clark Ave. | 314.425.8712 | cannondesign.com/exhibita
VOICES FOR CHILDREN >> BE THE DIFFERENCE
April 18 | 6 p.m. | Windows on Washington 1601 Washington Ave. | 314.552.2352 | voices-stl.org
CENTRAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF >> ULTIMATE PICNIC: CID ON SAFARI April 27 | Four Seasons Hotel 314.977.0132 | cid.edu
FRIENDS OF KIDS WITH CANCER >> 13TH ANNUAL WALK WITH A FRIEND
April 27 | 635 Maryville Centre Drive
>> 15TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT May 20 | Whitmoor Country Club 314.275.7440 | friendsofkids.com
CARE AND COUNSELING >> OFF TO THE RACES! DINNER & AUCTION May 1 | 6-9:30 p.m. | The Palladium careandcounseling.org
CIRCLE OF CONCERN >> AMAZING TASTE BENEFIT FOR
ST. LOUIS COUNTY FAMILIES IN NEED May 19 | 1-5 p.m. | Wildwood Town Center | $30-60 636.861.2623 | circleofconcern.org
THE NINE NETWORK >> TRASH OR TREASURE BENEFIT
Sept. 28 | 9 a.m.-5 p.m. | Kodner Gallery 314.512.9000 | kodnergallery.com
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1 | CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM ST. LOUIS
On April 6, the Dada Ball & Bash, CAM’s fundraiser extravaganza, celebrates British art and culture with wild costumes, eclectic dining and dancing into the night. 3750 Washington Blvd. | 314.535.4660 camstl.org
JEREMY DELLER: JOY IN PEOPLE.
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The organization just celebrated its 20th anniversary and is looking forward to its next 20. Attend the Annual Walk with a Friend in April or Annual Golf Tournament in May. 530 Maryville Centre Drive, LL5 friendsofkids.com
2 | C IRCLE OF CONCERN
5 | H OPE FOR YOUNG ADULTS WITH CANCER
3 | C ARE AND COUNSELING
6 | R ANKEN JORDANA PEDIATRIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL
Amazing Taste is a spring tasting festival to benefit west St. Louis County families in need. Featuring unique beers, wines and spirits, from 1 to 5 p.m. May 19, Wildwood Town Center, $30 to $60. 112 St. Louis Ave. | 636.861.2623 circleofconcern.org
Care and Counseling offers professional counseling on a sliding scale basis for those in need at nine locations around St. Louis, including the newest in O’Fallon. 12141 Ladue Road careandcounseling.org
4 | F RIENDS OF KIDS WITH CANCER
Launching meet-ups in April to bring young adults (ages 18 through 35) fighting cancer together in a fun, stress-free environment. P.O. Box 16091 | 314.229.1229 hope4yawc.org
Golf pro Kevin Corn and The Gateway PGA Foundation received the Mary Ranken Jordan Society Service to Children Award. 11365 Dorsett Road | 314.872.6400 rankenjordan.org
The Albrecht Family Foundation presents
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Anne Albrecht Albrecht Family Foundation
Doug Albrecht Albrecht Family Foundation
Mark Dorsey KTRS The Big 550 AM
Dr. Gordan Gale SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medica Center
John Beck Emmis Communications St. Louis
Joan Lee Berkman Face Watchers 2013 Event Chair
Dr. Deepika Bhatla Beth Davis SSM Cardinal Glennon Clear Channel St. Louis Children’s Medical Center
Dr. Rob Hanson Cardinal’s Kids Cancer Center
Dr. Frederick Huang St. Louis Children’s Hospital
Deborah Kersting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
John Kijowski Hubbard Radio St. Louis
You’re invited to the largest family egg hunt in Metro St. Louis! Hunt for a Cure takes place from 11 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 23 in Forest Park (Central Fields). Registration can be done in advance or the day-of the event. Event fee is $5 per family.
donated by 55 senior centers will be hidden by UPS volunteers. Learn more about The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s services and enjoy activities for the entire family. Don’t miss it when the egg-xtraordinary bunny arrives by helicopter, provided by St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Visit with 19 radio stations and three area children’s hospitals.
Join the “Hunt” by registering at www.LLS.org/gat or call 314-590-2230.
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Dr. Burton Needles Mercy Cancer Center
Tom O’Neal KTVI FOX 2
John Sheehan CBS Radio St. Louis
Trish Smith UPS
Shawneen Thompson Radio One St. Louis
EGG-ceptional Committee Members
9 7 | T HE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
Hunt for a Cure features 55,000 hidden eggs and an ‘egg-xtraordinary’ bunny appearance via helicopter donated by St. Louis Children’s Hospital. 11 a.m. March 23, Forest Park Central Fields, $5 per family 77 Westport Plaza, Ste. 480 | 314.590.2237 lls.org/gat
8 | V OICES FOR CHILDREN
The Hon. Jimmie M. Edwards and the Hon Michael D. Burton will receive Voices’ Community Superhero Awards at a benefit supporting Voices’ advocacy for abused and neglected children. 920 N. Vandeventer Ave. | 314.552.2352 voices-stl.org
9 | C ANNON DESIGN BENEFITING ST. PATRICK CENTER
Support veterans assistance programs by attending Exhibit A: Art by Architects, a benefit event at ‘one of the world’s coolest office spaces’ featuring internationally known architects. 1100 Clark Ave. | 314.425.8712 cannondesign.com/exhibita
JIM KAVANAUGH, MIKE FELTON
10 | KODNER GALLERY BENEFITING THE NINE NETWORK
9650 Clayton Road | 314.512.9000 kodnergallery.com Trash or Treasure, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 28, benefits the Nine Network and features more than 20 appraisers in a variety of fields.
11 | GIRLS ON THE RUN ST. LOUIS
Girls on the Run St. Louis thanks the community for a decade of supporting its mission at its 10th birthday party April 17. 3130 Sutton Blvd. | 314.862.6266 girlsontherunstlouis.org
12 | CENTRAL INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF
Help children learn to listen, talk and succeed. The Ultimate Picnic: CID on Safari, presented by Wells Fargo Advisors, takes place April 27 at Four Seasons Hotel. 825 S. Taylor Ave. | 314.977.0132 www.cid.edu
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Q&Aw/ jennabushhager by catherine klene
You could say it runs in the family. Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of
President George W. Bush, grew up witness to her father and grandfather’s public service and her mother’s career as a librarian and teacher. That dual inspiration fostered a passion for education. Hager taught at inner-city schools in Baltimore and D.C. before she became a correspondent for NBC’s Today, where she frequently reports on education across the U.S. Recently, she was in town for Marian Inspires!, a benefit for Marian Middle School, which serves girls in St. Louis’ urban communities. In a T&S exclusive, Hager talks about her passion for education, some favorite memories of the White House, and her thoughts on a baseball rivalry that will never die.
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Q/ How did you get involved with Marian School?
I heard about this school and the way they empower girls, in particular, to get a quality education and go to college. The mission is something really important to me.
lot of relatives from St. Louis, but I haven’t been here since I was in elementary school. We went to the Arch and took our pictures underneath. We did all the typical touristy things, but I remember loving it.
Q/ Has education always been a priority?
Q/ Your father used to own the Texas Rangers. Does
In high school, I volunteered with Austin Children’s Shelter, something my mom inspired me to do. She said, You love working with kids; you should spend your weekends doing that. I knew from that work that I wanted to be a teacher. As an intern, I helped start a charter school in D.C., and I saw the way innovative public or private schools can help when parents don’t have other choices. I’ve also been able to travel with my parents... and I saw how important girls’ education is not just in our country, but around the world.
Q/ Tell me about your family in St. Louis.
My grandfather’s brother is Bucky Bush, and he, his wife and their kids live here. He is the cutest, the best. I have a
baseball run in the family?
I went to the 2011 World Series (Rangers versus Cardinals) and rooted against the Cardinals! But some of our family and friends work with the Cards, so when the team came to play at Rangers Stadium, my parents had all the St. Louis people over for a friendly brunch before the game. We can be friendly... Of course, it’s easier for you guys—you won!
Q/ Though you never actually lived in the White House, you spent a lot of time there. What are some favorite memories?
We have fond memories of visiting every holiday. When my grandfather was there, we were in elementary school. It’s
a really beautiful place no matter what age you are, but as a kid, the way it smells and looks... It’s just truly magical. My parents included us in everything and encouraged us to travel with them. My sister and I were able to go to Africa when my dad was unveiling PEPFAR, and we got to meet these people being treated with AIDS and HIV medicine. We got to go to schools and clinics and hear people’s stories. We were at an impressionable age, 19 or 20. After that, I really do think it changed the course of our lives and how we wanted to work.
Q/Speaking of work, what is the best part of working as a correspondent for Today ?
It’s such an honor to be able to tell people’s stories in a way that accurately represents who they are and what they say.... Probably my favorites are about my grandparents. It’s nice to tell personal stories about people you love and show the world who they are.
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Inspired by British artist Jeremy Deller’s exhibition “Joy in People.” Enhanced by special guest Ken Downing, Neiman Marcus fashion director. Made legendary by an Art of Fashion show produced by Neiman Marcus. Sponsorships start at $2,500 Ball Tickets start at $500 Bash Tickets $60
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HAPPENINGS by michelle lawrence
KELLY HAGER GROUP
The Kelly Hager Group raised more than $30,000 in donated items for the Friends of Kids with Cancer.
Friendship Village Chesterfield broke ground last month on its expansion, which will consist of 30 independent living apartments and an underground parking garage.
The Alzheimer’s Association St. Louis Chapter received a $2,000 Sign of the Arrow grant from the Pi Beta Phi sorority to support the Respite Assistance Program.
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS
The University of Missouri-St. Louis kicked off its 50th Jubilee Anniversary with a party that included champagne, chocolate and fireworks at the Touhill Performing Arts Center on UMSL's campus.
Atrium Gallery recently celebrated the opening of its new location at 4814 Washington Ave.
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MISSOURI ATHLETIC [ CLUB CHARITABLE ] SOCIETY by margaret rambo
[SNAPPED!] AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION
WHAT | Valentine’s Ball WHERE | Missouri Athletic Club WHEN | Feb. 9 WHY | To provide financial assistance annually to three local
by margaret rambo WHAT | The Heart Ball WHERE | The Ritz-Carlton Hotel WHEN | Feb. 16 WHY | To support the life-saving work and research of the American
children’s charities. This year’s honorees are Our Little Haven, South Side Early Childhood Center and Walker Scottish Rite Clinic. WHO | Charity leaders and representatives, Sam and Pat Hopmeier, Katie Maurer, John and Sally Breck, Carol Hoffmann, Jarid and Sarah King, Sal Cusumano, Jim and Janice Sheets, Joel and Kerrie Karsten, David and Judy Weiss, MAC and Dance Club members HIGHLIGHTS | A donation check presentation of nearly $22,000, the second highest annual amount in the eight-year history of the CSC, and a Valentine dinner dance with music by Ambassadors of Swing.
Heart Association. WHO | Ball chair Warner Baxter and Cindy Baxter, vice chair Steve Martenet, Jasmine Huda, sponsors, and elegantly attired guests HIGHLIGHTS | Presentation of the Hugh D. McCulloch Award to Dr. Douglas L. Mann, a heart-healthy dinner, ballroom dancing and entertainment by The Peter Schankman Trio, Arvell Keithley, Ralph Butler, Kim Massie and others
1| COMMITTEE MEMBERS SAL CUSUMANO, JARID KING, CAROL HOFFMAN, SAM HOPMEIER, JIM SHEETS 2| SALLY AND JOHN BRECK 3| JOEL AND KERRIE KARSTEN 4| JUDY AND DAVID WEISS 5| JULIE AND DAVID HILL 6| MARCUS AND DANNI EICKENHORST 7| JOANNE AND BILL FOGARTY 8| KRAIG AND SHERRI LANGE
1| MICHELE FITE, BILL BENDER 2| DR. JEFF AND SARAH COLE 3| STEVE AND DENICE MARTENET, MAUREEN AND JOHN RIFFLE 4| DR. XINGAN WANG, DR. HON-CHI SUEN 5| DR. TOM AND MARY BETH KIRSITS 6| WARNER AND CINDY BAXTER 7| DR. LAURA COLLETTI, DR. DOUG MANN 8| DENNIS AND MICHELLE JENKERSON, DONNA WILKINSON, SANDRA VAN TREASE 9| STEVE SCHANKMAN 10| DR. JIM AND LORI PROBST 11| DRS. BASSAM AND DIANA ROUKO <<< GO TO TOWNANDSTYLE.COM TO SEE MORE [ SNAPPED! ] >>>
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[SNAPPED!] CONTEMPORARY ART by carla falasco MUSEUM
WHAT | Jeremy Deller: Joy in People Opening Night WHERE | The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis WHEN | Feb. 1 WHY | To showcase a comprehensive selection of one of Britain’s most significant contemporary artists, Jeremy Deller. The collection highlighted major installations, photographs, videos, posters, banners, performances and sound works from the artist’s 20-year career. WHO | CAM Director Lisa Melandri and chief curator Dominic Molon welcomed an opening night crowd that covered all ages. HIGHLIGHTS | Experiencing the artist’s vivid works by touring (really exploring) the entire museum; Valerie’s Snack Bar proved to be a unique installation and meeting point for arts enthusiasts to enjoy a cup of tea.
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1| DOMINIC MOLON, JEREMY DELLER, LISA MELANDRI 2| JILL MOED, MARY WALTERS 3| PAMELA ALBERS, GLENDA KLEARMAN 4| KELLY SHINDLER, KEVIN BYERLEY, JAMIE KENYON 5| CARROLL KEANE, AARON KASKOWITZ 6| JEREMY DELLER 7| NANETTE BOILEAU, LORAN CHICK 8| CLARE DAVIS, DAVID OBEDIN 9| KEN AND PHYLLIS LANGSDORF, ROY MOED 10| MICHELLE STEVENS, UNITEY KULL 11| MASON MOCABEE, JENNIFER SHOULBERG 12| SANDY KAPLAN, HARVARD MUHM, JUDY GLIK, MARGARET MCDONALD 13| BARBARA BARENHOLTZ, MILTON HIEKEN 14| JULIE KIMBERLING, MICHAEL HOWARD 15| MAUREEN POE, DEBBY DELASHMET, KATHY BARNETT, PAT WHITAKER 16| JERRY AND JUDITH LEVY 17| DAVID SMITH, MARY CHERAGOTTI <<< GO TO TOWNANDSTYLE.COM TO SEE MORE [ SNAPPED! ] >>> MARCH 13, 2013
[SNAPPED!] WEST COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
WHAT | West County Chamber of Commerce Ice in Ice Awards Gala WHEN | Jan. 24 WHERE | Meadowbrook Country Club WHY | The annual awards and installation of the Chamber’s 2013 board WHO | Past board chair Jon Bopp, chair Christine Schwarz, vice
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WHAT | Grand Opening Party WHERE | MX Movies at 6th Street and Washington Avenue, in the MX Building WHEN | Jan. 17 WHY | To offer an exclusive preview of the new theater one day before it opened to the public WHO | A sold-out crowd of cinema aficionados, downtown dwellers, and those involved in bringing the theater to downtown, including St. Louis Cinemas owner Harman Moseley. St. Louis Cinemas manages the theater. HIGHLIGHTS | Pre-movie samples of chef Josh Galliano’s delectable menu
1| AMBER AND KENNETH SIMPSON 2| CLARK AFFHOLDER, JERRICA SHUSTER 3| ROD HARE, PAUL GROSSE, RODNEY CRIM 4| TAMMY AND BRYAN TRTAN, SHERMAN AND CHRYSTAL DOYLE 5| WALKER GAFFNEY, CLARE HIGGINS 6| RYAN AND DIANA WEIS 7| DENNE EVERTS, LAUREN WIGHTMAN
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chairs Barry Gernstetter and Missy Munoz, board members Dennis Callier, Diane McKillip, Kim Lanham and Diana Stewart, Wildwood Mayor Tim Woerther, Ellisville Mayor Adam Paul, chamber members and supporters HIGHLIGHTS | A chance to win a ½-carat diamond frozen into one special ice cube inside the evening’s Ice in Ice signature drink.
1| JON BOPP, VIVIAN FORTUNATO, LORI KELLING, REP. SUE AND MIKE ALLEN 2| BARRY AND KIM GERNSTETTER 3| SARA SANDERS, TAYLOR D’RION 4| CHELSEA HARTWIG, ZACH BELYEW 5| KELLY CALLIER, DENNIS CALLIER 6| RUSS MILLER, GARY DOUGLASS, BRENDA BADER TUCKER 7| MAYOR TIM WOERTHER, LORI KELLING, MAYOR ADAM PAUL 8| MATT D’RION, JEFF BORAZ, BRAD KELLING, JIM KARAS, MIKE BETTS 9| WADE BLACKWELL, MISSY MUNOZ, CHERI BLIEFERNICH 10| CHRIS AND NANCY HARTRICH, PEGGY AND GLENN KOENEN 11| TIM AND DIANE McKILLIP, MARY BROBST
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BY SUZY BACINO PHOTOS BY SUZY GORMAN
Enough with winter; we’re ready for the treats of spring! Warm color, vibrant florals and a dose of fun make this the season we’ve dreamed of all winter long.
STERLING SILVER DOME, $325 AND SILVER CAKE PLATE $95; BOTH FROM JON PAUL MCQUEEN SCARF, $295, AND CLUTCH, $1,760; BOTH FROM SAKS FIFTH AVENUE
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MCQ FLORAL LEGGINGS, $260 FROM NORDSTROM VINCE SILK TOP, $235, CHANEL SANDALS, $625; BOTH FROM SAKS FIFTH AVENUE STEPHANIE ANNE LONG GOLD NECKLACE, $495, GOLD WITH ROSE STONE NECKLACE, $225, WIDE GOLD CUFF, $590, STEPHANIE ANNE HOOP EARRINGS, $195, GUCCI SCARF, $195, GUCCI SUNGLASSES, $395; ALL FROM NEIMAN MARCUS
FLY, BUTTERFLY ETRO FLORAL DRESS, $1,395, CYNTHIA BACH 14KT. BUTTERFLY AND DIAMOND RING, $10,500; BOTH FROM NEIMAN MARCUS
ARM CANDY AIDAN MATTOX GOWN WITH FAUX LEATHER BODICE, $485, B BRIAN ATWOOD PURPLE SUEDE GLADIATORS, $426, STEPHANIE ANNE HOOP EARRINGS, $195; ALL FROM NEIMAN MARCUS MULTICOLORED SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND RING, $7,225, CITRINE RING, $1,825, AMETHYST RING, $2,575, PRASIOLITE RING, $1,625, AMETHYST LINK BRACELET IN 18KT. GOLD, $5,225, SEIDENGANG 18KT. GOLD AND DIAMOND BUTTERFLY BRACELET, $15,500, 18KT. GOLD CURB-LINK BRACELET WITH FOUR PINK TOURMALINES, $3,300, WIDE MULTI-COLORED ROSE-CUT SAPPHIRE BRACELET IN 18KT. GOLD, $18,500, POLISHED 18KT. GOLD BANGLE $6,850, ARMENIA DARK SILVER AND LABRADORITE BRACELET, $4,600; ALL FROM ELLEARD HEFFERN FINE JEWELERS
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FLOWER POWER ALICE+OLIVIA RED FLORAL BLOUSE, $297 FROM VIE
A.L.C. SHORTS, $328, KOOLABURRA WEDGE BOOTIE, $198, OVAL HAMMERED RING, $28, STUD CIRCLE BRACELET, $77; ALL FROM ESTHER STEPHANIE ANNE HOOP EARRINGS, $195 FROM NEIMAN MARCUS
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STYLE COORDINATION BY WENDY STEINBECKER | HAIR BY EVERETT E. JOHNSON MAKEUP BY RANDI DAVIS | MODEL: CHRISTINA JOHNSON OF WEST MODEL MANAGEMENT
STAPLES FOR SPRING compiled by meredith bush
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Whether you’re a trendsetter or simply a Cardinals fan, red and white polka dot frames from LaFont Paris is a chic way to usher in spring. No. 15 The Boulevard | 314.863.4200 11611 Gravois Road | 314.842.3130 eyecarestl.com, $296
A beautiful piece by Parade Designs with more than 1.5 carats in white and fancy yellow diamonds. 14442 Clayton Road 636.227.7225 novakjewelers.com
Versatile wedge sandals from Volatile are a springtime must. Wear these neutral bronze woven wedges with white jeans, cute capris or even a strappy dress. 9670 Clayton Road | giddyupjane.com | $68
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Spring is a time for renewal and revitalization. If you put your health on the back burner this winter, think about making a few positive changes, such as adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet and getting more sleep. These steps may seem simple, but they’ll make a big impact on your overall health and wellness.
[ fitness trends ] healthy sleep, healthy you // If you’re struggling to recover from losing an hour of sleep last weekend to daylight saving time, you’re not alone. “Most people adjust to the new time within a day or two, but others are very sensitive to moving the clocks,” says DR. OSCAR SCHWARTZ, MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF THE SLEEP DISORDERS/ EEG CENTER AT BARNES-JEWISH WEST COUNTY HOSPITAL. “There have been reports of increased rates of depression and suicide associated with daylight saving time.” On average, adults need six to eight hours of sleep each night, Schwartz says. “As a society, we tend to sleep deprive ourselves, waiting until we’re exhausted to go to bed.” But the sleep you miss when you stay up late working can have serious effects on your health. “The most prevalent issue is an increased risk of strokes,” he says. “Short-sleepers also have more problems with weight gain.” People who suffer from sleep apnea, a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person’s breathing is interrupted during sleep, are at an even greater risk for sleep-related health problems, Schwartz adds. “In addition to strokes, obstructive sleep apnea can cause heart arrhythmias (irregular heart rate), raise blood pressure, and lead to heart failure and water retention.” It’s important for people to listen to their internal biological clocks and understand what their individual sleep needs are. “Know the things that will help you sleep well—relaxation before bedtime, winding down, listening to music—and create an environment that is conducive to sleep,” Schwartz says. “Avoid exercising closer than three hours before bedtime. And address any concerns you may have, such as difficulty falling or staying asleep, excessive snoring or restless leg syndrome.”
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In recent years, gyms have worked to shed their image as places exclusively for the young and fit. Many now offer a variety of programs and classes designed to meet the needs and interests of novices, hardcore athletes, senior citizens and everyone in between. >> christi gleason, CENTER OF CLAYTON
Two of the fastest growing programs at the Center of Clayton are TRX suspension training and yoga. TRX suspension training is a great format for people who are looking for a tough workout and are bored with lifting weights. It uses a piece of equipment, known as a suspension trainer, and your body weight to deliver a balanced, fullbody workout. The exercises develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability. At the Center of Clayton, TRX classes are small—no more than eight people per class— and involve a lot of one-on-one coaching. The equipment also is available in the gym for members to use on their own or with a personal trainer. Because the classes are intense, I don’t recommend them to beginners. However, it’s a great workout to try one-on-one with a trainer, where there’s less risk of injury. On the opposite end of the spectrum, more people are trying and loving yoga. There used to be a perception that yoga was only for flexible women, but that’s not the case. It’s a great way to learn about your body, and anyone can do it. We even offer a chair yoga class, which is perfect for seniors with limited mobility.
>> brooke mcgee, THE J
Group exercise classes are more popular than ever, and we offer more than 90 classes per week. People tend to get bored on machines and don’t stick to their routines. But classes are fun, offer built-in community and let you change up your fitness routine. It’s important to keep changing and adding things to your workout regimen to help keep your body fit. Later this spring, we plan to offer a new dance-format class, Bokwa fitness. Unlike other dance classes such as Zumba, there’s no step counting or choreography in Bokwa. Instead, participants draw letters and numbers with their feet on the floor. It’s easy to get the hang of this class, because there’s a lot of repetition. Bokwa is a great cardiovascular workout; your feet never stop moving. And the time goes by fast when you’re doing it, because we play
popular music that appeals to a global audience. Anyone, young or old, can do Bokwa. The instructors teach the basic moves and then present ways to step it up for a greater challenge.
>> eric emig, EVOLUTION FITNESS
My favorite fitness trend for 2013 is the mini trampoline workout. Many of my clients have had success with and really enjoy this workout. Trampolines offer a low-impact workout that’s easy on the knees. And because the moves are modifiable, people of all ages and fitness levels can do it. Trampolines work the entire body from head to toe, burning fat, improving endurance and strength, and enhancing coordination. If you’re looking for a break from countless hours on the treadmill, elliptical, bike or stair climber, circuit training on trampolines is a fun change of pace. It’s also an affordable workout—mini trampolines cost about $60. However, they’re not recommended for the elderly with balance issues or for pregnant women.
[ diet makeover ] People who eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables have a decreased risk of developing many chronic diseases. Yet most Americans don’t get the recommended five to nine servings per day. This spring, give your diet a fresh makeover. >> jessie germanese r.d., l.d.,
GERMANESE NUTRITION CONSULTING The jury is still out on organic fruits and vegetables. There is little scientific evidence that suggests they are more nutritious, and the long-term risk of pesticide exposure is still uncertain (organic fruits and vegetables may still contain some pesticide residue). When it comes to choosing the best produce for your family, it may be more beneficial to look for locally grown fruits and vegetables, rather than the organic label. The nutritional value of fruits and vegetables can decrease over time. Nothing is fresher than local produce, which is often sold within 24 to 48 hours of harvesting, when nutrient content is at its peak. Buying local produce is also a great way to support the local economy and the environment. Regardless of how they are produced, the most important thing is to eat a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables every day. They contain vitamins, minerals and fiber necessary for optimal health, and they are associated with a decreased risk of many chronic diseases.
Tired all day? Snore all night? You may have Obstructive Sleep Apnea. If left untreated, a sleep disorder such as Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) may lead to serious health and safety risks such as heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, auto accidents, work injuries, insomnia and obesity.
Find out if you’re at risk. Call our Sleep Specialists to learn more. Sleep Center • 314-996-8680 Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital 969 N. Mason Road, Suite 260 Creve Coeur, MO 63141 www.barnesjewishwestcounty.org/sleep
>> elizabeth blessing, GREENBEAN DELIVERY
Spring is a time for cleansing and getting the body moving after the winter slumber. Foods in season during spring and early summer are light, cleansing and packed with vitamins, minerals and naturally occurring chemical compounds like antioxidants, beta carotene and folic acid. In the Midwest, these include asparagus, baby head lettuce, spring mixes, baby spinach, peas, mushrooms and strawberries. Kids learn eating habits from their parents, so you must be a good role model. Make fruits and vegetables the focus of meals and snacks. Plant a home garden, include your children in meal preparation, and give them choices, such as raw or steamed carrots with dinner. Come up with nontraditional ways to sneak vegetables into your favorite entrees and snacks. For example, it’s easy to hide kale in a fruit smoothie or pureed fruit in your pancake mix. And keep offering fruits and vegetables to your picky eaters. Just because they don’t like it today doesn’t mean they won’t like it tomorrow.
mental health // Depression is the most undertreated illness in the world, and it can directly affect your overall health, experts note. “Research shows a huge overlap between mental health and physical health,” says DR. MIGGIE GREENBERG, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PSYCHIATRY AT SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY. “People who are depressed experience more pain than people who are not, and they have much worse prognoses for almost all illnesses. There’s almost no physical illness that isn’t compounded by mental illness. And, vice versa: when you’re in pain, you’re much more likely to be depressed.” Everyone feels sad from time to time. There are simple things you can do to improve your mood, such as getting regular exercise and finding ways to connect with other people, Greenberg notes. But depression typically lasts for longer periods of time. “It can be difficult to recognize depression in yourself, because it can sneak up so insidiously that you don’t see it coming until you’re drowning.” Common symptoms of depression include feeling grumpy and irritable and crying more than normal. “Depression can also affect your energy level, making it very difficult to get out of bed,” Greenberg says. “People often isolate themselves and find they don’t enjoy the activities they used to.” So, when should you see a mental health professional? “When depression interferes with you being you, it’s time to seek help.”
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HOMEGROWN] DR. ERIC GREEN by rebecca koenig PHOTO BY MAGGIE BARTLETT, NHGRI
WHETHER CHALKED UP TO NATURE OR NURTURE, National Research Institute, a position once held by James Watson, who helped discover Human Genome Research Institute director Dr. Eric Green’s early interest in science is easy to trace: For more than 50 years, his father, Dr. Maurice Green, has been a virology researcher at Saint Louis University. “I grew up in a science family,” Eric Green says. “Even as a young child I would hang out at my dad’s lab on the weekends.” A Washington University alum and veteran researcher on the Human Genome Project, the 13-year-long international effort to identify the base pairs of the more than 20,000 genes in human DNA, Green now leads the genomics departments at the National Institutes of Health. Born at Jewish Hospital, where he later studied medicine, Green graduated from Ladue High School. After completing his undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he enrolled in Washington University’s M.D.-Ph.D. program in 1981, progressing from a medical student to a graduate student, resident, postdoctoral fellow and faculty member. “I lived in St. Louis for 31 of my first 35 years,” he says. Washington University was at the forefront of the Human Genome Project in the 1990s, and Green was swept up in the historic research. “I participated in the Human Genome Project from the front lines until the end of it,” he says. When offered the “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to move his lab to the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., in 1994, Green jumped at the chance. Three years ago, he became the director of the National Human Genome
the structure of DNA in the 1950s. “I have some very big shoes to fill,” Green says. Of his work on the HGP, he says, “It was exhilarating and terrifying at the same time. You knew you were participating in something that would change the face of science. It was an audacious challenge, and an audaciously talented group of scientists coming from around the world. It was controversial. There was a vocal minority who thought it was not a good idea, not a good use of money.” But the project was completed, leaving Green and his collaborators to figure out how to apply their new understanding of the human genome. Under their guidance, genomic theory has become practice in hospitals and laboratories across the world, from cancer treatment at Washington University to infant genetic screenings at the NIH. “We’re doing studies to truly use genome sequences in medical care,” Green says. “For a patient, genomics is going to get relevant.” Already, he notes, doctors analyze the genomes of cancer patients to detect what is awry and determine which treatments will be most effective. When not in the lab, Green passionately follows his native city’s baseball team. “Spread across my couch is a Cardinals towel; I have a pseudo-shrine of Cardinals stuff. I am a die-hard fan and always will be,” he says. He is perhaps even prouder of the research going on at his alma mater. “Everybody knows about scientists at Washington University,” Green says. “Right there, in Cardinals baseball-land, is really so much on the map of the genomic world.”
Bill Smith | Beyond the Humanities
march 7 — september 15, 2013
4652 Maryland Avenue Saint Louis, MO 63108 (314) 367-WCHF (9243) www.worldchesshof.org Bill Smith, spherodendron, 2010. Multi media, 84 x 84 x 84 inches. Courtesy of the artist.
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Image courtesy of the artist & P.P.O.W Gallery, NY.
PHOTO LEISURE ALBUM
[ ON THE TABLE ] by jonathan carli | photos by bill barrett
[ EAU BISTRO ]
212 n. kingshighway blvd. | 314.454.9000
[ amuse bouche ] THE SCENE |
Elegant hotel dining
THE CHEF |
Kyle Lipetzky, executive chef; Jason Paterno, chef de cuisine
THE PRICES |
$8 to $14 starters; $15 to $18 pastas; $26 to $36 entrees
THE FAVORITES |
Cauliflower Bisque, Black Mussels, Veal Osso Bucco
THE NEW CHEF TEAM of Kyle Lipetzky and Jason Paterno came to St Louis together from The Phoenician in Phoenix, a five-star resort hotel. They’ve completely revamped the menus at the Chase’s Eau Bistro. In general, I’d describe their style as bold; they go out on a limb to pair strong flavors, as in their fennel caponata served with scallops and even the brie crostini with cauliflower bisque. The risks are fighting flavors; the rewards, remarkable taste treats. Lipetzky’s North Dakota roots (and family farming history) are apparent in a dedication to local, sustainably raised provisions. That said, the two chefs must love working with fish, since the menus are dominated by seafood. And all dishes we sampled were liberally salted, so diners who need/want to limit salt intake should say so while ordering. A starter of Cauliflower Bisque ($9) was quite good, with roasted florets and bits of roasted garlic combined in the creamy soup. It was salted and
peppered to good effect, and the accompanying oilsoaked and crisped crostini was laden with melted brie cheese and caramelized onions. In this case, the bits of pungent garlic in the soup worked fine, and the fermented cheese, as well. Truly remarkable was the Black Mussels starter ($12), an innovative and delicious variation on the usual mussels steamed in wine. Heavily infused with roasted fennel bulb, saffron and slices of skin-on orange, the broth, dark and dense, delighted the taste buds with its sweet, savory and salty layers. Similarly intense was the Veal Osso Bucco ($29), browned chunks of tender meat sitting on dark jus, buttery whipped potatoes, pearl onions and royal trumpet mushrooms. Served with the bone and its prized marrow in the center of the plate, this dish was outstanding. Diver Sea Scallops ($29) offered gorgeous, 2-ounce bivalves finished with an appetizing brown
sear, top and bottom. The choice of diver scallops illustrates the chefs’ dedication to quality, as divers harvest these one at a time instead of using the lesssustainable method of dredging the sea floor with nets. The roasted butternut squash and Brussels sprouts were perfect accompaniments. Caponata, a traditional Sicilian relish, competed with those delicate scallops: capers, fine-dice red and green peppers, fennel bulb, cranberries and balsamic vinegar. Additionally, this dish was too salty. A handful of desserts were constructed with the same sense of adventure. Our Sweet Potato Upside Down Cake ($9) was an interesting take on the traditional pineapple variety; the cake was moist and flavorful, topped with cubes of sweet potato, cooked ginger and kumquat-persimmon chutney, a tart compote. Even better was the Chocolate & Lemon Tart ($9), a chocolate cake shell filled with lemon curd and accompanied by dollops of chocolate and caramel sauce.
[ chef chat ]
[ food • ŏ • lō • gy ]
Scottsdale Culinary Institute
ROYAL TRUMPET MUSHROOM | A type of oyster mushroom native to the Mediterranean, North Africa and the Middle East, with thick meaty white stem and small tan cap
>> kyle lipetzky PEDIGREE
Right now, root vegetables like parsnips and rutabagas
The French Laundry Cookbook, Thomas Keller; Eleven Madison Park, Daniel Humm and Will Guidara
MOST MEMORABLE DINING EXPERIENCE
My first six-course tasting menu at Mary Elaine’s in Phoenix when I was student. It made me realize why I wanted to get in the industry.
My mom’s country-fried steak and mashed potatoes. What you grew up with is what you gravitate toward most.
KUMQUAT | The tiniest member of the citrus family, these have a sweet rind but very bitter flesh, which makes them better suited for pickling or jams.
CASSOULET | A casserole of white beans and various meats (sausage, pork and preserved fowl) native to France’s southern Languedoc area, slow-cooked to meld flavors
[ aftertaste ] >>The food was very good, flavorful, and reasonably priced, I thought, for the quality and amount you get.
— M. KANTOR OF CREVE COEUR
>> I like the food and the emphasis on local products. I did find one of my dishes too salty, and I usually have to add salt!
‑—R. SHAPIRO OF CLAYTON
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Jon Wee and Owen Morse are blowing audiences away. The comedy duo has appeared on The Tonight Show, America’s Got Talent, holds four Guinness World Records and the top international juggling award. A “razor sharp” show full of comedy, juggling and dangerous stunts. Fun for children, teens and adults!
Saturday: 2:00 & 5:00pm | Sunday: 1:30 & 3:30pm 5th Show Added! Saturday at 8:00pm Tickets: $16-$20 | www.cocastl.org | (314) 725-6555 Presented by
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by rebecca koenig | photos by bernie elking photography
APRONOMICS BETH WILLIAMS OF TABLE THREE
THE PASSING ZONE
COCA FAMILY THEATRE SERIES
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[ pan-seared salmon with tomato caper meuniere sauce Four 5-6 oz. portions of salmon 1/4 c. canola oil Salt and pepper, to taste 1/4 c. extra virgin olive oil
1 medium onion, peeled and sliced red pepper flakes 2 garlic cloves, minced 1/4 c. white wine
>> Heat olive oil in large skillet over medium-high
heat. Add onions and cook until translucent, two to three minutes. >> Add garlic and cook one minute. Add wine, tomatoes, capers, half the parsley, lemon juice, zest and red pepper flakes to the pan. >> Season to taste with salt and pepper and bring to a simmer over medium heat. Reduce heat to medium-low and simmer, partially covered, 10–15 minutes.
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14 oz. can diced tomatoes 1/4 c. capers, drained 1/2 bunch parsley, chopped Juice of 1/2 lemon, 2 T. zest
>> Adjust seasonings and sprinkle with remaining parsley. Top fish with tomato mixture.
>> In large saute pan over medium heat, add oil
until light smoke. Add seasoned fish, skin side down, into pan for five to seven minutes or until three-quarters cooked. This allows for a crisp, golden skin. >> Carefully flip fish over to finish cooking. Remove from pan and keep warm until ready to serve. SERVES 4
LEISURE AS A 14-YEAR-OLD WORKING IN A RESTAURANT for the first time, Beth Williams had an inkling that she had found her calling. “I knew then from the smells of the kitchen, and the vibe of it, I was hooked,” she says. Her passion for the work led her to open a catering company, two cafes, and Wildwood fine dining restaurant Table Three. “I worked at many jobs and was fired from many jobs, because I always knew I had a better way of doing things,” she says. “I always knew I was going to own my own restaurant one day.” Williams started her catering business out of her mother’s kitchen when she was 22 years old, then opened Cuisine d’Art Cafe, a French bistro, in Eureka. She later opened a second location in Creve Coeur. In 2009, Williams opened her third establishment, aptly named Table Three, her first upscale restaurant. There, chef Jodie Ferguson prepares cuisine with what Williams calls “an eclectic mix of French and Asian influence.” “Her culinary background is Southern,” Williams says, “and she brings a touch of Southern, Asian and French to the table.” The restaurateur wants her dinner guests to enjoy more than just a good meal. “What I hope they take away from Table Three is a memorable experience and a culinary journey,” she says. “We want to make sure they’re getting the whole experience of the senses.” Diners in St. Louis have been more than receptive to her efforts, Williams says. “The customer base in St. Louis truly appreciates and is supportive of independent restaurant operators,” she says. “They are not chain-oriented customers. They are most apt to support a local business because of the quality of service and products.” As for what lies ahead for Williams, she leaves her future plans open. “You never know,” she says. “There always could be a Table Four.”
Egg-cellent Easter Decor!
MARCH 13, 2013
by michelle lawrence
[ ART ]
[ MOVIES ]
JACK THE GIANT SLAYER 3-D >> Unexpectedly intense action scenes enliven Jack the
t&s saw it!
6 – 8 p.m. | Millstone Gallery at COCA | Free | cocastl.org >> COCA presents an exhibition of new work from regional artist Meredith Foster until May 12.
3/15 madame le brun, court painter to marie antoinette 7 p.m. | Saint Louis Art Museum | Free | slam.org
3/16 – 3/17 photographic transfer on enamel with gretchen gos 10 a.m. | Kranzberg Arts Center | $210 | craftalliance.org
3/20 step into spring tour
Noon – 1 p.m. | Laumeier Sculpture Park | Free | laumeier.org
Giant Slayer, the fairytale remake that largely falls flat. Minimal character development and little chemistry make it hard to care much about the budding romance between Jack (Nicholas Hoult), a farm boy who accidentally acquires evil magic beans, and Isabelle (Eleanor Tomlinson), a princess who goes searching for adventure and ends up captured by giants at the top of the beanstalk. The movie’s mythological back story is vaguely interesting, but it’s not compelling enough to enthrall true fantasy buffs. The vivid battles are pretty entertaining, though, as is actor Ewan McGregor as the king’s nimble guardian. SHOULD YOU SEE IT? Cooped-up kids may enjoy it; adults, not so much. —R.K. VIEWED AT THE MOOLAH THEATRE
21 AND OVER >> Oh, post-awards season: No other time brings
>>>3/21 – 3/24 DISNEY ON ICE: ROCKIN’ EVER AFTER
7 p.m. | Scottrade Center $13 - $75 | disneyonice.com Skaters perform favorite moments from Disney Pixar’s BRAVE, Tangled, The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast.
THE JIM HENSON COMPANY’S PAJANIMALS 4:30 p.m. | Peabody Opera House | $16 - $36.50 | peabodyoperahouse.com
CLAY TIME: A PARENT/CHILD EXPLORATION IN CLAY 2:30 – 4 p.m. | Laumeier Sculpture Park | $60 | laumeier.org
us cinematic gems like 21 and Over. Plot: Miller and Casey surprise their best friend, pre-med student Jeff Chang, on his 21st birthday, which also is the eve of his Important Med School Interview, arranged by his Terrifying Father. So of course, they hit the bars. Many, many bars. After a boozey montage and a nauseating mechanical bull ride, Miller and Casey break into a sorority house to find The Girl who might have directions back to Jeff’s apartment, since Jeff is passed out and tied to a toilet. Then things get weird. There’s a buffalo; gallons of milk are chugged; a man in a diaper distributes Mardi Gras beads. If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if the casts of Superbad and The Hangover met in a frat house, crack open a cold one and buy a ticket. SHOULD YOU SEE IT? Are you a dude in your early20s? Great! Then wait for a Redbox release and do like Jeff Chang—make it a drinking game. —C.K. VIEWED AT GALLERIA 6 CINEMAS
[ ETC. ]
[ THEATER ]
[ MUSIC ]
3/16 44th annual st. patrick’s day
the whipping man
3/13 – 3/16 john & gerald clayton duo
Noon | Downtown St. Louis | Free | irishparade.org
3/15 third friday open house
6 – 10 p.m. | Third Degree Glass Factory | $25 - $35 stlglass.com
w. u. 23rd annual pow wow
10 a.m. - 10 p.m. | W. U. Field House | Free buder.wustl.edu >> A festival that celebrates American Indian culture with authentic arts, crafts, food and dance contests.
Times vary | The Grandel Theatre | $20 $47 | theblackrep.org >> After the Civil War ends, a wounded Confederate soldier returns to his ruined plantation, where two Jewish former slaves help him survive.
3/15 – 3/17 four by tenn
7:30 p.m. & 2 p.m. | Touhill | $10 | touhill.org
3/21 – 3/23 a chorus line
8 p.m. & 2 p.m. | Peabody Opera House | $22 - $92 peabodyoperahouse.com
3/21 – 3/29 annie oakley
10 a.m. & 2 p.m. | The History Museum | $7 repstl.org
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7:30 p.m. & 9:30 p.m. | Jazz at the Bistro | $27 - $32| jazzstl.org
3/15 tafelmusik baroque orchestra, the house of dreams
8 p.m. | St. Louis Cathedral Concerts | $24 - $44 cathedralconcerts.org
3/15 livingston taylor & janis ian
8 p.m. | Sheldon Concert Hall | $35 - $40 | thesheldon.org
spanish guitar virtuoso rafael aguirre
8 p.m. | The Ethical Society | $20 $24 | guitarstlouis.net >> The final concert in the 201213 Great Artist Series features Spanish classical guitarist Rafael Aguirre.
1865 S. MASON ROAD
T&S HOME 1865 S. MASON ROAD ] by rebecca koenig listing price | $1,295,000 listing agent | mary beth benes of coldwell banker gundaker OVERLOOKING ACRES OF FOREST IN QUEENY PARK, the home Bill and Helene Savage built at 1865 S.
PHOTOS BY STEVEN B. SMITH PHOTOGRAPHY
Mason Road has served as their rural retreat. “It is as quiet and secluded as you can imagine a country vacation home or a ski chalet,” Bill Savage says. Since 1976, they and their horses have loved roaming the private 3-acre parcel. Combining cedar, glass and stone, the couple created their four-bedroom, three-bathroom dream house to fit naturally into a forested environment. “We designed our home and then started looking for a piece of property that would make it really spectacular,” Savage says. “This had a meadow up front perfect for horses and an old farm pond we rehabilitated. And it backed up against Queeny Park’s foot trails and 40 acres of secluded woods. We’ve got a lot of nature around us, and the 1/8-acre pond with circulating stream brings turkey, deer, ducks and herons.” A two-stall stable is a few hundred yards from the house. “We wanted to have horses close by to take impromptu rides in the park, which has terrific riding trails,” he says. The beauty of the woods permeates the home’s interior spaces. “We enjoy the inside of the house, but the main reason we enjoy it is when we’re inside, we feel like we’re outside,” Savage says. Most rooms open onto the 1,500-square-foot multilevel deck. Skylights and walls of windows provide clear views, and natural materials evoke the outdoors. The highlight of the great room, for example, is a two-and-a-half-story stone fireplace. “The fireplace was the centerpiece of the dream,” Savage says. “Fires are what make the charm of a winter special.” There is also a three-sided fireplace in the family room and another in the dining room. The large pool helped Helene, a native of Norway, cope with the hot St. Louis summers. “When you have a pool there, you just jump in and cool off a little bit and go back to what you were doing,” she says. “For me it was a life saver.” The setting has provided decades of peaceful living for the Savages and the three children they raised in the house. “This was a wonderful way to get away in the middle of the suburbs,” Bill Savage says. “You have everything around you, but it’s just as private as if you were in the middle of Missouri somewhere.”
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MARCH 13, 2013
12116 CARBERRY PLACE ~ $1,324,900 NEW LISTINGS 8 SUFFIELD PLACE COMING SOON
$925,000 13 years new, 4,300SF, 5BR/4.5BA, with pool, 3-car garage, finished LL, in Conway Elementary.
7 HAWBROOK LANE
$719,000 Updated 4BR/2.5BA, custom kitchen, formal LR & DR, family room, scr. porch on park-like half-acre.
7275 KINGSBURY BOULEVARD
$699,000 4BR/2.5BA, 3,400SF, directly across from Flynn Park, renovated Kitchen and baths, 3-car garage.
CLAYTON / RICHMOND HEIGHTS 30 BRENTMOOR PARK UNDER CONTRACT $1,635,000 Fabulous opportunity on 5+BR/5.5BA, 1.7 acres, pool, 3-car garage. Beautiful grounds.
12116 CARBERRY PLACE
$1,324,900 Refined executive home in Barrington Place. 5BR/6BA. 4,740SF, pool. Walkout finished LL. In-law Suite.
8024 PERSHING AVENUE
$649,000 Tuscan décor condominium in the heart of Clayton, 4BR/3.5BA, 3,500 +/- SF. Complex has swimming pool.
7636 CARSWOLD DRIVE UNDER CONTRACT
$425,000 English cottage 1,867SF 3BR/2BA Updated throughout, Kitchen opens to FR addition. Beautiful backyard.
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9710 & 9714 LITZSINGER ROAD
$1,750,000 2 lots totaling 4.74 acres in heart of Ladue, backing to Old Warson Country Club.
9999 LITZSINGER ROAD UNDER CONTRACT $1,265,000 Harris Armstrong treasure, this masterpiece is on 3 rolling acres in the heart of Ladue.
531 CHALET COURT
$1,699,000 Cape Cod Colonial is elegant, yet warm and inviting. 1.69 acres, 4+BR/6+BA.
929 TUCKER LANE ~ LOT 40
$450,000 Located in the Village of Westwood. Approximately 1.4 acre lot fronting Tucker Lane.
9 WOODBRIDGE MANOR ROAD
TOWN & COUNTRY/ CHESTERFIELD
$775,000 4,700+SF 4BR/4BA 2-car garage. One of 18 Higginbotham built villas on 17 lush acres!
19 BERKLEY LANE
300 SOUTH McKNIGHT ROAD
18 CLERMONT LANE
929 TUCKER LANE ~ LOT 39
$750,000 Unique opportunity to renovate original classic colonial ‘Tucker Lane’ home. 3,300SF, 3BR/4.5BA.
$799,000 Charm galore for newer Ladue home. Main floor master, open kitchen/family room.
$625,000 Build your dream home on this lovely 1.8 acre lot in terrific neighborhood.
$1,825,000 3-year old Rehnquist Built home on a private cul-de-sac off Ladue’s Gold Coast, Litzsinger Road.
$899,000 5BR/7BA. Finished walk-out LL. Unique floor plan with 2 main level bedrooms.
929 TUCKER LANE ~ LOT 38
408 SOUTH WARSON ROAD
30 DEERFIELD TERRACE
1126 BELLA VISTA DRIVE
422 NORTH WARSON ROAD
$639,000 5BR/3 Full/2 Half BA 3,900SF, open eat-in kitchen, main floor laundry, pool, patio & backyard.
$1,999,000 9BR/5.5BA, 7,000SF. Timeless, elegant Maritz & Young English Manor on 5.5 acres in Ladue.
$650,000 Rectangular lot backing to Westwood Country Club. 1.4 acres on private street of mostly newer homes.
$775,000 Charming 3BR/3.5BA, 3,409SF brick home just walking distance from Reed Elementary.
$2,499,000 8,700SF Ladue mansion, almost 3 acres. 5BR/6.5BA, pool, reflecting pond, 5 car garage.
7 HAWBROOK LANE
$719,000 Updated 4BR/2.5BA, custom kitchen, formal LR & DR, family room, scr. porch on park-like half-acre.
$1,249,900 1 Yr Old Ultimate Home by Dublen Homes. 1.5 Story. Ladue Schools, 4BR/5BA 4,844SF 3-car garage.
26 CLERMONT LANE
$2,495,000 Totally renovated 7,000+ square foot home on 1.8 acres with brand new pool and pool house.
KIRKWOOD / DES PERES / BALLWIN
16 DANIEL ROAD UNDER CONTRACT 21 OVERBROOK DRIVE
527 WINDY HILL ACRES LANE
$1,499,000 4BR Colonial on 6+ secluded acres, manicured lawn, pool and guest cottage. 18024 BONHOMME BEND COURT $939,900 Private 4BR/5BA/4,205SF with pool. Main floor master, finished LL, 4-car garage. 13039 STARBUCK ROAD UNDER CONTRACT $899,000 Updated Colonial on 1+ acre lot in Wheatfield Farms, backs to park. $799,000 Prestigious residential 4.5+ acre building site in Town & Country, could be subdivided to 2 lots.
HUNTLEIGH / FRONTENAC
$634,900 3.6 acres, 4BR/5BA 6,000SF total. Pool, twelve garage spaces. Extremely private.
12 DUNLORA LANE
$3,249,500 Huntleigh Estate. 11,000SF. 3.5 acres. Pool. Majestic, expansive views.
UNIVERSITY CITY 7275 KINGSBURY BOULEVARD
$699,000 4BR/2.5BA, 3,400SF, Lovely home across from Flynn Park, renovated Kitchen, 3-car garage.
7850 GANNON AVENUE UNDER CONTRACT $349,900 Charming 2-story Colonial. 2,056SF. 3BR/2.5BA home with large yard and deck.
CENTRAL WEST END / DEMUN 5215 LINDELL BOULEVARD $1,399,900 Elegant mansion on Lindell. All new systems. CatV/voice data/ dual coax. 4BR/5BA 7,000SF total.
SAINT LOUIS COUNTY 7729 BOARDWALK TOWER CIRCLE
$124,900 Beautiful end unit in Winghaven. 2BR/2.5BA, Loft, new carpet, many upgrades! Walk to the Boardwalk!
11921 VILLA DORADO DRIVE, #B
$72,500 2BR/2BA, New carpet, newer HVAC, Garden unit with tuck-under garage. Main level master.
2069 SOUTH MASON ROAD UNDER CONTRACT
121 LADUEMONT DRIVE
$479,000 Renovated ranch, 2,818SF, 4BR/3.5BA, updated kitchen & master bath, finished lower level.
305 N. HARRISON AVENUE
$280,000 Swan Cottage on the National Register of Historical Places, renovated 2BR/2BA, 1,500SF, .3 acres.
1665 WILSON ROAD
1501 TOPPING ROAD
$549,900 Beautiful 4BR brick ranch with private backyard, in-ground pool and finished lower level.
9 WOODBRIDGE MANOR ROAD
$775,000 4,700+SF 4BR/4BA 2-car garage. One of 18 Higginbotham built villas on 17 lush acres!
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ROD PATERSHUK WAS A CANADIAN TRANSPLANT looking to settle in St. Louis. He fell in love with an 80-year-old Olivette home—and the realtor who helped him find it. Twenty years later, Rod and Diane Patershuk still sing Olivette’s praises, and both are active in the Ladue School District, where daughter Alexandra is a senior. Diane’s two adult children live in the area with their kids, and she says she can’t think of a better place to watch her grandchildren grow up. Q. WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT OLIVETTE? A. Olivette is this little well-kept secret. I had no idea how great it was. At times, we thought about selling
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and moving, but staying in the area. This house has a lot of charm; it’s on a dead-end street and right on top of Clayton. From when we moved in ’93 to now, it’s revitalized. There was originally this feeling that people didn’t want new construction, and now there are more than 300 new homes. Olivette is so close to everything—we can go to Soulard, The Loop, Clayton and Ladue. One of the greatest things is the diversity of people.
Q. YOU ARE CO-PRESIDENT OF THE LADUE HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS ASSOCIATION.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT THE SCHOOL DISTRICT? A. I think it’s almost like going to private school, but you’re in a public school. People think, It’s Ladue—you all live in million dollar homes, but it’s so diverse it’s unbelievable. I have made great relationships in the Ladue schools. One thing you have to have is parents who really care about education, since we have so many private schools in our own backyard to compete with. Our children at Ladue are getting into the same, if not better, universities than some of these kids. When you say you’re from Ladue, colleges recognize that and treat us like a college prep school.
Q. YOU’LL BE EMPTY-NESTERS SOON. ANY PLANS TO RELOCATE? A. No, and I’m so glad we didn’t buy bigger. I have a house I feel like I can close up when I travel. At the
same time, I’ll always be selling real estate, and I want to see my grandchildren and make sure they go through Ladue schools.
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BEST RESTAURANTS>> Olivette Diner is a great place for breakfast. They have these to-die-for banana waffles. Fallon’s is a great place to sit on a summer evening with a cocktail. And Sugarfire BBQ is good, too. KathY BResnahan
BEST SHOPPING>> We don’t have a lot of shopping (something I’d like more of!) but The Loop, the Galleria and Ladue Marketplace are all close.
BEST TOWN EVENTS>> Olivette on the Go is a great annual carnival and Parties on the Park . BEST PARKS>> Stacy, Villa and Citizens parks are all well maintained. BEST PLACE FOR KIDS>> Olivette Lanes, the community center and the parks
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Stately and sophisticated, this impressive Colonial manse is carefully appointed with luxurious finishes and a soft, neutral palette. Light, bright and airy, it features a formal entry with wide, curved staircase; spectacular Brooksberry designed kitchen; master bedroom suite with sitting area and French doors that open to a balcony overlooking gardens below; finished third floor with space for a fifth bedroom or office; and two garages. Substantial woodwork painted in cream and white with chic, contrasting wall colors complement rich, wood floors and magnificent architectural details. elegance re-imagined for the modern era with an international flair!
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56 Willow Hill Road - Ladue $715,000 NEW LISTING! Sunroom/family room in this charming brick residence opens to a beautiful brick terrace that awaits springtime entertaining.
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7564 Wydown Boulevard, Unit 2A, Clayton Offered at $309,000.
13318 Wood Stone Court, Town & Country New Price at $749,000.
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Professional Service at a Reasonable Price. Call Michael Baumann’s Affordable Outdoor Services for a free property inspection at 636-375-2812 You’ll be glad you called!
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14314 VALLEY MEADOWS COURT EAST | $269,900 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.569.1177 | LAURAMCCARTHY.COM 155 CARONDELET PLAZA, NO. 905 | $2,725,000 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.322.6992 | DIELMANNSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
155 CARONDELET PLAZA, NO. 500 | $1,299,000 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.997.4800 | JANETMCAFEE.COM 155 CARONDELET PLAZA, NO. 310 | $950,000 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.277.4465 155 CARONDELET PLAZA, NO. 503 | $1.25 MILLION | 1-3 P.M. | 314.277.4465
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7062 LINDENWOOD PLACE | $269,900 | 1-3 P.M. | 636.448.4400 | DIELMANNSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
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7363 GOFF AVE. | $339,900 | 2-4 P.M. | 314.795.9219 | DIELMANNSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM 1612 DEL NORTE AVE. | $399,900 | 2-4 P.M. | 314.795.9219 | DIELMANNSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
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1106 S. LACLEDE STATION ROAD | $149,000 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.569.1177 | LAURAMCCARTHY.COM 12 DROMARA ROAD | $1.09 MILLION | 1-3 P.M. | 314.997.4800 | JANETMCAFEE.COM
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$540,000 1623 Wildhorse Parkway Drive Coldwell Banker Gundaker-T & C Agent: Margie Kerckhoff Price per square foot: $147.30
$485,000 480 Edgewood Drive BuySelf, Inc Agent: Albert Hepp Price per square foot: $219.06
6932 WALDEMAR AVE. | $219,900 | 11 A.M.-1 P.M. | 314.795.9219 | DIELMANNSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
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11204 HUNTERS POND | $1,395,000 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.997.4800 | JANETMCAFEE.COM
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954 N. SPOEDE ROAD| $290,000 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.277.4661 | DIELMANNSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
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11 JANE DRIVE | $138,000 | NOON-2 P.M. | 314.323.1761 | DIELMANNSOTHEBYSREALTY.COM
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51 FRONTENAC ESTATES DRIVE | $655,000 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.997.4800 | JANETMCAFEE.COM
GULF COAST CONDO
$479,000 13218 Pinetree Lake Drive Coldwell Banker Gundaker Agent: Lynn Bodenheimer Price per square foot: $141.34
9120 FOX ESTATES DRIVE | $449,000 | 1-3 P.M. | 314.997.4800 | JANETMCAFEE.COM 8 LONG MEADOWS LANE | $2.22 MILLION | 1:00-4:00 | 314.997.4800 | JANETMCAFEE.COM
Sleeps 11 on 3 private wooded acres. Finished lower level/game room. Private Hot tub & fire pit. Available year-round for stays of 2 nights or more. Full details & calendar at www.vrbo.com/424270 or call Janet at 314-750-2553
Carillon Beach, FL, Destin Area 3BR, 3BA, 3 pools, tennis courts and so much more! Great Rates. Available NOW! Call Dave at 314-922-8344 For Pictures Please Visit www.vrbo.com/148365
$1,259,068 1 Lot 1 Lafayette Crossing Prudential Alliance, REALTORS Agent: Kevin Goffstein
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CHALET AT INNSBROOK
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COACH & BUSINESS ADVISER
TONY LAMARTINA PLUMBING
Free Estimates • Certified Arborist
20+ Years Experience ALL WORK GUARANTEED Complete Home Tuckpointing Spot Tuckpointing with Color Match Chimney Repair & Rebuilding Brick or Stone Patio & Walkway Repair Insured tuckpointingandmasonry.com 314-352-4222 All Major Credit Cards Accepted
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Interior & Exterior Painting, Staining, Powerwashing, Wallpaper Removal. Insured and Free Estimates. Dependable. Owner & Operator Matt 314-401-9211
All Types of Pest Control Locally Owned 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award Winner 314-822-1191 | pioneerpestSTL.com
Stump Removal • Trimming • Shaping • Removals Cabling • Landscaping • Spraying • Residential Commercial • Plant Healthcare
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M & M CUSTOM PAINTING
STOP THE RODENT RUN AROUND!
Commercial/Residential, Interior/Exterior, Drywall/Plaster & Stucco Repair & Painting. Power Washing & Decks! We are Fully Licensed & Insured. Please Call Paul For a Free estimate. 314-489-9279 www.diversified-painting.com
Large condominium in the Moorlands! Hardwood floors throughout, private laundry, & assigned parking spot in the garage. Eat in kitchen, 2 large BR, 1. 5 BA, beautiful fireplace. Erik Barthel Re/Max Results Erik@ErikBarthel.com Cell: 314-477-7461
TUCKPOINTING & MASONRY
$592,000 17 Lenox Place Coldwell Banker Gundaker-Ladue Agent: Paul Mittelstadt Price per square foot: $168.00
$392,000 215 Parkhurst Terrace Laura McCarthy-Clayton Agent: Allison Rossini Price per square foot: $187.92
MARCH 13, 2013
13980 Manchester Road
2010 Mercedes CL63
AMG sport package, keyless go, sunroof,
navigation, AMG exhaust, 20â€? wheels, xenons, sport seats with massage
2009 Ford F150
2010 Audi A5 Prestige Cabriolet | $38,990
2009 Lexus RX350
$24,990 2005 Dodge Ram SRT
Pebble Beach Edition, navigation, sunroof, parking aid, back-up camera, bluetooth, spoiler, and upgraded wheels.
Gray with black leather interior, AWD, premium package with navigation and memory seats.
$24,990 2011 Infiniti G25 Journey $23,990 2010 Ford Flex Limited
Only 29k miles, manual transmission, infinity speakers and subwoofer, performance shocks and tires.
One owner, 28k miles, comfort plus pkg, moonroof w/sliding sunshade. Heated and cooled seats, heated mirrors, xenons.
$29,900 2011 Ford Flex Limited $28,990 2010 Lexus IS250 Ecoboost AWD, dual moonroofs, navigation, power rear hatch, leather with heated seats, center row captain chairs.
2008 Lexus LS 460
Prestige package, leather, navigation, heated and cooled seats, power top, LEd lighting package.
King Ranch Crew Cab 4x4, special leather package, navigation, moonroof, reverse camera, 5.4L V, loaded with equipment.
BARRETT STATION ROAD
13980 Manchester Road
Silver w/ gray leather, 29k miles, sunroof, heat seats, HID xenon lights, auto w/drive sport mode, adaptive shift, bluetooth.
Leather, panoramic roof, navigation, factory built-inâ€˜fridge in 2nd row with captain chairs, SYNC audio feature.
eek ~ w e h t f o ~ Deals 2011 Nissan Pathfinder
Silver with gray interior, navigation, roof rails, 3rd row seating, tilt steering, cruise control, under-floor storage.
2005 Mercedes-Benz $18,990 SLK350 Low miles, leather,
2002 Chrysler Town & $5,500 2008 Hyundai Sonata $8,290 Sunroof, power windows and Country Second row bucket seats,
power doors, power liftgate, power seats.
retractable hardtop convertible, chrome wheels, automatic.
locks and keyless entry.
Come visit us in West County at 13980 Manchester Road in Manchester 63011
MARCH 13, 2013
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