Haiti: Poverty, Hope & St. Louisans Making a DifferenceA life-changing trip to Haiti. It is hard to put into words the experience so I included lots of pictures! Find out what we did and how you can help.
Historic Walking Tours: Learn, See, Gawk!If you like architecture and history, check out one of Landmarks Association of St. Louis' historic walking tours downtown. There are three. And they are fun, informative, inspiring!
Yellowstone, Badlands, Grand Tetons and Cowboys!Our exploration of America's treasures continues this summer! Join me for our Yellowstone Adventure with Sunrise Tours and KMOX! We leave July 31st.
Downtown St. Louis Is Alive and Well (Thank You Very Much)If you're telling people downtown is dead, bite your tongue. Those of us who actually live/work/play downtown couldn't disagree more. Here's a small sampling of new places and spaces joining the party. Why not come see it for yourself?
Around Town: Savor Saint Louis Food ToursImagine a guided tour of some of St. Louis' coolest neighborhoods, stopping in restaurants to eat and drink along the way. Now in St. Louis, food tours are a thing. Great way to spend an afternoon. Great outing or event idea!
Around Town: Old Spaces Make Great Event SpacesA long-vacant City building essentially on Maplewood's main drag (Manchester) gets a new life as The Majorette--saving a building and providing much needed event space in the area. Pat and Carol Schuchard strike again! Click for photos and info.
Downtown Fun: Thanksgiving Day ParadeA gorgeous day for a parade downtown! And some funny moments...
Images of GraceHope and high spirits on display at the 6th annual Images of Grace Gala for Grace Hill. And you can still purchase some of these amazing photos/art work for the holidays!
I Love St. Louis (in pictures)With its great architecture and unique attractions, St. Louis is so photogenic. Here are a few of my favorite shots from the past few weeks!
Join Me Saturday at The Miriam Switching Post!I'll be at the new location of the Miriam Switching Post on Saturday, Oct. 3rd from 10a-Noon! Join me for some great bargains and help a wonderful school and community resource!
New Local Reads: Immigrants, Beer and BaseballLooking for local? Several new books on baseball, beer and diversity offer local history, flavor, photos and artwork.
First New City Catholic Grade School in Half-Century Opening MondayThe first new Catholic school construction in St. Louis City in a half-century opens to students Monday (Aug. 31). This area of South City is growing in population with families with kids.