Named the city’s best portrait-photography studio by CityVoter in 2010, The Studio—a full-service portrait studio—maintains a separate department dedicated to boudoir photography. The studio’s three female photographers have worked together for more than a decade, helming tasteful yet sensual shoots for women of all ages and body types. Subjects can pose in outfits ranging from delicate lingerie sets to corsets, nighties, or artfully draped men’s shirts; licensed makeup artists and hairstylists finish off looks with custom touches that range from a natural, girl-next-door vibe to a dramatic, girl-from-Valley of the Dolls look. For outfit changes, subjects can return to the studio’s private dressing room, and after shoots have concluded, they can sift through their finished images in a separate viewing area.
As part of a broad national organization, Autism Speaks - St Louis Chapter funds biomedical research into the causes, treatments, prevention, and cure for autism. The organization raises public awareness of autism-spectrum disorders (ASD), and advocates for research and government initiatives related to helping people with autism. Autism Speaks - St. Louis Chapter works directly with the local community by providing free family services and 100-day tool kits, which help recently diagnosed families follow up on therapies and treatments.
When Jill Geoppo steps into a room, she sees a flurry of potential. Tile patterns, color combinations, and even plumbing fixtures suggest themselves, though not without the consent of the space itself. The first step in Jill's process is to get a real sense of how people live in their homes and what their personal design sensibilities are. Whether folks need advice on furniture placement or window fixtures, or are looking to completely overhaul their home, Jill helps take the anxiety out of the process.
Live music fills the air as revelers quaff cold, frothy beer and snack on traditional German food at Soulard Oktoberfest. The action takes place beneath a German-style tent across from the Soulard Market on 7th Street. There, frauleins fill bottomless mugs to flowing from a plethora of taps that minimize the wait in lines. In between mingling with friends, guests can appease their appetites with German pretzels as they listen to live musical acts, including the Dorfrockers and the Steve Ewing Band.
Drive A Tank teaches civilians how to handle tanks by placing them at the controls of an FV433 Abbot tank. Comprehensive tank experiences include lessons on the history of its use, from World War I up to its present function as the vehicle of choice for the most aggressive holiday shoppers. During certain packages, tanksters complete their militaristic forays by test firing WWII-era weaponry or crushing cars beneath behemoth treads.
Staff Size: 1 person
Most popular offering: 45-minute coaching session(s)
Pro Tip: Choose a time and comfortable spot for our sessions that will allow you to focus on yourself without being disturbed.
Good for Kids: No