November 2009


Illustration by Danny Elchert

Next time someone tells city officials to "get out of town," be afraid. more

Think Again

St. Louis' design community gathered at the IDC to celebrate and support the launch of DesignSpeak's new website. Photographs by Diane Anderson. more

Jazz and blues singer Kim Massie performed at a fundraiser for the Sheldon Art Galleries. Photographs by Diane Anderson. more

Clarkson Jewelers hosted an evening of watches, wheels and wine! more

A fundraiser for the St. Louis Public Library was an evening of bookish fun. Photographs by Diane Anderson. more

Cameron Silver made an appearance in St. Louis for an invitation-only kick off party for the upcoming Dada Ball to benefit the Contemporary Art Museum. Photographs by Diane Anderson. more

The 4th annual CUREiosity event celebrated the Rock Docs making a difference at the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center. Photographs by Diane Anderson. more

How to look glam this holiday season. more

YouTube fans, don't bother looking for one of those bizarre mascot-on-mascot fights involving the Billiken, Saint Louis University's unusual mascot. This imp has class. "Mascot fights are hilarious to... more

Remember Mavrakos? You know, that chocolate company that every St. Louisan of a certain age recalls with a certain twinkle in their eye? When the company closed its doors in 1983, then-owner Tom Wotka... more

Local news that makes you go hmmm ... more

Meet the organists following in the footsteps of Stan Kann. more

Landmarks president William Wischmeyer reflects on the organization's 50 years. more

Next time someone tells city officials to "get out of town", be afraid. more

Sugar, butter, silk, typewriters, gas: In 1942, access to these things shrank away under a flutter of yellow rationing coupons. Unless you were a trucker, an ambulance driver, or a diplomat, you affix... more


The savvy St. Louisan's tips for navigating the city like a pro more

Quite craftily, a new specialty shop comes to Soulard. more

Starry "I'd" in Clayton more

Varietals are the spice of life more


Something's fishy in West County—and we mean that in a good way. more

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