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Art of Accomplishment | Krilogy

Art of Accomplishment | Krilogy

Krilogy Financial is a financial services firm that is focused on developing customized wealth management strategies for today’s investor. Whether you are interested in wealth management or wealth accumulation, Krilogy Financial offers a seamless pathway for you to unite your financial needs in one location.

The White Hare Has a New Home

The White Hare Has a New Home
The White Hare first opened its doors 14 years ago in Winghaven with the goal of providing the area with unique home décor and gifts. In April, they moved to their fourth location, once again doubling their square footage with the idea that they are now in their forever home at 1010 Miralago Way in Cottleville.

Dan Lennon | Missouri Director of Tourism

Dan Lennon | Missouri Director of Tourism
It’s no wonder tourism is up in Missouri. The state’s tourism director comes from a family of performers. Missouri Division of Tourism Director Dan Lennon is one of 11 children, including the acclaimed Lennon Sisters.

New SSM Outpatient Center | Beyond the Best

New SSM Outpatient Center | Beyond the Best
The SSM Health Outpatient Center will provide St. Charles with convenient access to outpatient care services essential to maintaining a healthy community. It enables SSM Health to partner with patients to proactively manage their individual needs and deliver compassionate care that is efficiently coordinated and highly personalized.

BusinessScape | Charter Communications

BusinessScape | Charter Communications
Back in the 90's, Northwest Plaza in St. Ann was the mall where teenagers shopped for the perfect homecoming dress, checked out the latest blockbuster movie, played video games in the Tilt arcade, or simply wandered aimlessly for hours with friends.

“We are proud of our long history in the St. Louis community, and our new headquarters will provide us with the space we need to continue to grow. We look forward to building on our outstanding reputation for customer service at this location that provides great access and visibility, while enabling our employees to work in an environment that is conducive to collaboration and teamwork.”

Dream Job Ahead

Dream Job Ahead
With a constantly changing job market, it’s often difficult to know from one year to next – even month-to- month – what the hottest field might be. Right now, though, particularly in St. Charles County, there is what is being described by many as a boom in tech and manufacturing jobs.

Care to Learn: Health • Hunger • Hygiene

Care to Learn: Health • Hunger • Hygiene
When Donn Sorensen joined Mercy’s East Communities as regional president in March 2012, he brought with him more than just his health care oversight expertise. The veteran hospital administrator brought Care to Learn, a nonprofit organization with a simple, yet compelling objective—to provide kids with basic necessities to keep focused on learning.

Community Anniversary Celebrations

Community Anniversary Celebrations

In 1769, a French hunter and explorer named Louis Blanchette settled on the left bank of the Missouri River, in a settlement then known as “Les Petite Cotes.” The rest, as they say, is history. The history of St. Charles, Missouri, that is. And, thanks to the St. Charles County Historical Society (SCCHS), the stories and relics of early settlers and the residents who followed are preserved for posterity.

It was originally a tiny log church built with a vertical post, located at ...

StreetScape Celebrating 10 Years!

StreetScape Celebrating 10 Years!

A decade ago, Tom Hannegan was selling real estate and working alongside his brothers at Hannegan Real Estate and Construction. A college-educated broker and budding marketing entrepreneur, Hannegan had a vision for a publication that would not only feature his hometown, but document her people’s stories.

Business Spotlight: Mr. Handyman

Business Spotlight:  Mr. Handyman
Mr. Handyman of Central St. Louis County has a new female majority owner and is now serving your area! Mr. Handyman knows how important it is to keep your home and business running smoothly. After all they’ve got busy lives and run a family business just like some of you.

Confluence with Michael Shonrock

Confluence with Michael Shonrock

I recently finished my “freshman year” as president of the Lindenwood University system. In many ways, it was not that different from my “first” freshman year as an undergraduate student at Western Illinois University years ago.

Move-in went well. Karen and I left Kansas on a Friday, and I started at Lindenwood on Monday, my first tasks being to find my parking space and my office. I went back out to the car that morning and encountered a student needing directions to a build...

Farming is Big Business

Farming is Big Business
Some things never change. For centuries, farmers have tilled the ground, planted seeds, and harvested crops. But how they till, plant, and harvest has changed dramatically over time. Farming has gone through an evolution that has built on both the successes and failures of the past, with big advancements in farming practices and machinery occurring over the last 150 years. But in the last decade, innovation and technological advances have taken farming to whole new level of sophistication.

BusinessScape: Beyond the Best Emcee... Sara Dayley

BusinessScape: Beyond the Best Emcee... Sara Dayley

Since 2010, StreetScape Magazine has been honoring remarkable leaders in the metro area who give their time, talent, and treasure to make positive changes in our community.

StreetScape is thrilled to have Sara Dayley as this year’s emcee! Get to know this award-winning anchor and reporter, wife, mother of two, and Community Liaison for the West County Fire District who has strong ties to the St. Louis community and a heart for service.

BusinessScape: Beyond the Best Keynote Speaker...Bev Randles

BusinessScape: Beyond the Best Keynote Speaker...Bev Randles

The seventh of 12 children, Bev Randles said she learned early in life the value of a strong work ethic and the benefits of a good education.

“My parents instilled in all of us the importance of a good education. There was not a question in their minds that we would all do something important.”

ONE3LED

ONE3LED

A group of young entrepreneurs are working to change the St. Louis business community through the power of giving—one LED lightbulb at a time.

One3LED was founded in 2012 by brothers Zach and Wes Tucker and their father Jim Tucker. “We didn't know the first thing about LED lighting but knew a thing or two about business,” said Zach Tucker. “We saw a need and an opportunity, so we learned everything there was to know about LED and the lighting industry and never looked back....

Home Sweet Home... Camping Out for a Homesite

Home Sweet Home... Camping Out for a Homesite

Sales for new homes in the metro area have been solid over the summer. Great interest rates, higher consumer confidence and an improving economy are major factors.

But as always, it comes down to that old rule of real estate: location location location. In fact, there is much pent up demand for quality new homes in the market. So much so that for one builder, their Grand Openings are looking more like an old fashioned camp ground.

Borromeo Celebrates 225 Years

Borromeo Celebrates 225 Years

It was originally a tiny log church built with a vertical post, located at Jackson and Main Streets in downtown St. Charles. A place of worship for approximately 25 people, it fit seamlessly with the brick-laid streets and rustic buildings. No special signs adorned the building.

Now, St. Charles Borromeo is the third-oldest parish in the Archdiocese of St. Louis.

Healthworks Kids Museum St. Louis

Healthworks Kids Museum St. Louis
Imagine a place where children and their caregivers can learn about all of the body's systems, climb on an “Interactive Dude,” pretend to shop at a farmers’ market, exercise with a high-tech game, and, if it were possible, even become excited about going to see their doctor. This all happens at HealthWorks Kids’ Museum, which opened Spring 2016.
Mercy Virtual Care Center

Mercy Virtual Care Center

On the first floor of Mercy Virtual stands a reflecting pool that extends from beneath the primary staircase in the lobby of the building, through the all-glass wall, to the outside in front of the main entrance. Every 60 seconds, a drop of water creates a ripple moving outward from the center of the pool to the world outside. Robert Nicholson, PhD, is a psychologist and the director of Customer Solutions at Mercy Virtual. Nicholson said the pool is a reminder of the far-reaching work the vi...
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