Cutting edge Wild Edge coming to the Busch's Grove location sometime late spring.
This Saturday and Sunday, the Ladue-Frontenac Patch will go 1 on 1 with Andy and Dee Dee Kohn, the new owners along with Chris LaRocca in Edge Wild, the restaurant that will bring the shuttered Busch's Grove location back to life. For decades it was a restaurant and the Ladue meeting place. Then it became Lester's Miller's extravagant adventure; then a grocery store then it went belly up for good. The Kohns plan to bring back the local location as a restaurant and fine wine bar. They will cater to young and old alike. Their menu will be unique and they will serve wines from around the World to those who savor the tastes. Don't miss a word on the Ladue-Frontenac Patch this Saturday and Sunday.
The public high school's February musical will feature love, comedy and tap dancing.
The theatre department of Ladue High School hopes to have students, parents and other audience members laughing and tapping along with their spring musical. The student cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie takes the stage at 7 pm on Feb. 24, 25 and 26. The production is based on the book by Richard Morris, the 1967 film and, most specifically, the Broadway show featuring new lyrics and music which launched in 2002. Theatre Director Janine Burmeister is excited about the upcoming show. "It's high energy, it's got a great score, and the story is easy to follow," Burmeister said after the rehearsal on Thursday. "It also works well for this particular group of students." The story follows a young woman from the Midwest who reinvents herself as a "…