Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Check out the RFT's review of the Plaza Frontenac eatery and let us know if you think they were on the mark.
A Frontenac eatery got high marks from the reviewers at the Riverfront Times last week, who called Canyon Cafe "a classy joint" that does southwestern cuisine "minus the tacky sombreros and singing chile peppers." The review in the RFT last week made special note of Canyon Cafe's margaritas, which come with a two-per-customer limit because they're poured so strong. The RFT, in its "Gut Check" column on March 21, said the margaritas are one of the reasons "why you'll go back" and also noted that "we were unable to say no to the complimentary chips and salsa slung our way." RELATED ARTICLES
Friday, September 21, 2012
Ruth Ahlemeier, the Ladue High mom who exposed the school's slam-list tradition, also shared the story on the Riverfront Times.
The mother of a Ladue Horton Watkins High student who sparked a controversy by revealing the 10-year "ugly tradition" of a senior "slam" list, has filed a civil rights complaint against the school. Ruth Ahlemeier, who's daughter graduated from Ladue last year and whose son is a student there now, told Patch.com her story in an article on Sept. 11. The article exposed the tradition of the "Senior List," written and distributed by students annually toward the end of the year. The list names a handful of girls and describes them with crude, vulgar and sometimes obscene references to students' body parts, sexual habits and hygiene. In her complaint, filed Wednesday with the Kansas City Office for Civil Rights, Ahlemeier says: "When a girl …
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Old Navy at Ladue Crossing is hiring along with a few other nearby businesses.
Ladue-Frontenac Patch has teamed up with neighboring Patch sites to find organizations that have positions open. Here are the five opportunities we found this week. Who’s Hiring: Old Navy Location: Ladue Job: Service and Training Manager Experience: High School diploma or equivalent desired; two-year college degree or equivalent work experience preferred; 12 months with Old Navy, or prior equivalent experience To Apply: Apply online. Who’s Hiring: St. Louis County Location: Clayton Job: Building Systems Mechanic Category: Full-time Pay: $29,806—$44,054 annually Benefits: Paid medical insurance, 20 days PTO the first year (paid time off) based upon seniority, 10 paid holidays, non-contributory defined benefit retirement plan with vesting …