Meet the ‘Brow Queen’ of St. Louis

 Article Julie Brown Patton | Photography Wink iBoutique Lash & Brow  When Christina Passanise launched Wink iBoutique Lash & Brow Bar in 2016, it was the region's first beauty salon to focus on facial features with her own distinct brand of eyelash extensions and chemical-free adhesives.  Christina offered quality lashes with the safest¬†new adhesives on the market, along with her…

Five Things Brooklyn Loves about Summer

 Article Carly Hebron | Photography Shutter Darling Photography, LLC  I got the chance to ask 4-year-old Brooklyn what she loves most about summer. This sassy, adorable little girl is far from shy.¬†  Brooklyn loves:

Babler State Park

 Article Julie Brown Patton | Photography (Varies)  As a state-managed public recreation area in Wildwood, the park's 2,441 acres were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.  This park was created in memory of Edmund A. Babler, who was born on Oct. 11, 1874, in Appleton City, Mo. He graduated from Missouri Medical College, now Washington University…

Dinner and a Movie Star

St. Louis has created many an artist in its last 150+ years, but few as renowned for roles in both television and film as the Mad Man himself, Jon Hamm.

10 Things to Know About Storage Units

To make space in homes for upcoming holidays, October is an ideal time to box up and store items. Brian Wofford, operations director of Storage Masters at 16824 Chesterfield Airport Road, says now is a perfect time to "take back" attic space, extra rooms and garage.

Local Music Venues

Calculating the true benefit of live music within a community is somewhat like trying to place a value on spirituality. Music simply taps into certain creative parts of humans that need to be awakened once in a while, jolting us to live in the moment. After all, U2's globally revered lead singer Bono believes "music can change the world because…

Bee Happy in Chesterfield

Buzzing at Chesterfield Valley's edge are busy, winged insects communicating with each other in 10,000 ways, according to their personal apiculturist. Joe and Joanna Duever's bees, within their approximately 40 hives, also produce plenty of honey to sell from the couple's doorstep.