Five years ago, Lafayette Square had no grocery or drug store. Today, the gorgeous, historic neighborhood epitomizes what’s happening in ‘hoods all over the City.
At Grace Hill’s Images of Grace Event at the Palladium, we raised more than $200,000!
Random pictures I took this fall, because Autumn 2013 in St. Louis was truly a feast for the eyes!
The JDRF Heart of the Home Kitchen Tour is Thursday, Nov. 14th. A fantastic event! (Honored to be celebrity chair for the second year in a row!)
Join me for an fun, grown-up night at City Museum with drinks, circus entertainment, dancing and exploring! The Juggling Ball is Nov. 9th and a fundraiser for the Flying Children Scholarship Fund.
November in St. Louis is Adoption Month, as decreed by Mayor Slay. Nationally, November is Adoption Awareness Month. I had the honor and privilege of helping the City of St. Louis kick-off November festivities.
At the Mayor’s Business Celebration luncheon, businesses large and small were recognized for the important role they play in keeping our City strong. See who won!
The changing of the leaves, the start of school, and the World Trade Center’s Growing Global event at the Ritz-Carlton–all signs of autumn for me!
Murals on Broadway is an ambitious project to beautify South Broadway and the historic Carondelet neighborhood. This week the fourth mural was dedicated. In all, the business community aims for eight murals.
There ARE schools in the City that are succeeding and thriving! St. Margaret of Scotland School in the Shaw neighborhood announces the Community Alliance for Education.