March 2013


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Understanding the grim outlook for pro football in St. Louis Read more

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Every year,  SLM  publishes a comprehensive guide to the region's schools, from kindergarten through college—the only place you can find information on public and private schools in one convenient ... Read more


Private Elementary Schools 1. This chart includes private schools that had at least 30 students enrolled in preschool through grade 8. 2. Some schools also have high schools, but for the purpos... Read more

Private and Public High Schools 1. These charts include schools that have more than 30 students enrolled in grades 9 through 12 this year. 2. Some schools in these charts also include middle- a... Read more

Colleges and Universities 1. Due to space limitations, this chart does not include trade schools, seminaries, or institutions with fewer than 1,000 students. 2. * = Annual 3. ** = Webster Grove... Read more

Neiman Marcus St. Louis celebrated the launch of the new CUSP department with a spring fashion show, sweet treats, live art by Jennifer Hayes, and music by DJ Nune. Read more

Maplewood’s 7th Annual Women Making History focused on fun with a scavenger hunt. Read more

Marygrove’s annual blacktie gala, BLOOM held at the Chase Park Plaza honored six individuals who were selected as Ambassadors. Read more

Nelly surprised students at his Ex'treme Institute at Vatterott College when he stopped by on Monday, February 25. Read more

In celebration of the all-new St. Louis At Home Culinary issue, St. Louis At Home hosted with a an exciting culinary journey Upstairs at the Cheshire with cooking demonstrations from Chef Rex Hale of The Restaurant and Chef Patrick Connolly of Basso, wine samplings from The Market at the Cheshire, beer pairings by Guinness, Harp and Smithwick's, and creative cocktails by Basso mixologists. Read more

Guests learned fun dance steps in an effort to get active and be healthy at St. Luke's Hospital Day of Dance at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel St. Louis. St. Luke's physicians were also on-site to provide free health screenings. Read more


Photography by Whitney Curtis

It’s a cold and drizzly Saturday, and dozens of families are quietly milling around in a classroom at the Lutheran Church of Webster Gardens; they’re here for the National Geographic St. Louis Area... Read more


Photography by Jesper Elgaard

Chances are, an isolated teenager is just sad or overstressed. But good teachers don’t just leave that student alone. Read more


Photograph by Kevin A. Roberts

Nights at the Venice Café can be special for any number of reasons, even on those evenings when the room’s less than packed. On a recent frigid weeknight, local songwriters Rebecca Ryan and Mike Ap... Read more

Who said kids have to study in English? At St. Louis Language Immersion Schools, they’re submersed in a new language in kindergarten. Read more


Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Fun, colorful men’s socks to cover your toes—and still make a statement Read more



Photography by Kevin A. Roberts

Mike Rowe of the Discovery Channel program Dirty Jobs had so much fun visiting the crew at Cash’s Scrap Metal & Iron ( ) in 2007, he came back the next year to film a second episode. ... Read more


Illustration by Justin Renteria

These kids all made a switch. So how did they fare? Read more

If you’ve ever volunteered to organize a high-school reunion, chances are, you’ll decline the next time around. More than a decade ago, Cyndi Hoertel turned that thankless chore into a business opp... Read more

Starting this fall, Washington University and nine other top-tier schools will offer a number of undergrad courses via the Web-based platform Semester Online, allowing students studying abroad to k... Read more