West End Word
Many question impact of project on existing Asian businesses along Oliveby Mitch SchneiderThe City Council of University City on Oct. 8 addressed comments and concerns about the proposed Olive/I-170 redevelopment project.
City reexamines contract with Gateway Ambulance; possible renovation of City Hall Annexby Mitch SchneiderOct. 8 accepted a three-year, $1.9 million SAFER grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Policing Solution to be onsite in Clayton for 6 months to a year for studyby Mitch SchneiderThe Clayton Board of Aldermen has approved a contract with 21st Century Policing Solutions (21CPS) to study the relationships between the city, its police department and the community, and to make suggestions on how those relationships can be improved.
Events for kids & adults at Euclid & MarylandThe Central West End North Community Improvement District will host its annual Halloween street party in the Central West End at the intersection of Maryland and Euclid on Saturday, Oct. 27.
Boo at the Zoo Nights, a non-scary Halloween experience, runs through Oct. 30, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Saint Louis Zoo in Forest Park.
by Linda JarrettWhen Second Presbyterian Church in the Central West End underwent a much-needed renovation of its sanctuary in 2012, the project included the Schantz organ, which had been in place since 1965.
But Regional Arts Commission's funding approach puzzles some artistsby Julie Brown PattonIf art remains in the eye of beholder, area art leaders hope to attract significantly more eyeballs.
Deadline to enter is Dec. 1Registration is now open for Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation's (FoxPACF) 9th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition.
During World War I, German Americans were made to choose between their heritage and their nation. Schools ended their German language education programs.
Proceeds from Prop Z would support maintenance of new conservation areaby Izzy ColonSt. Louis County voters going to the polls on Nov. 6 will be met by a dizzying array of candidates, amendments and propositions. Among ballot choices to be made is the fate of Proposition Z,
Economy, school choice, immigration among top issues for candidates for 87th District House seatby Don CorriganIn the race to replace retiring state Rep. Stacey Newman, D-Richmond Heights, District 87, the two major party candidates have dramatically different takes on the state of Missouri's economy and on ballot issues facing voters on Nov.
Dance Previewby Regina PopperIn late October and November, the fall dance season swirls its magic wand to include passionate romance, historical ghost tales and modern dance from a speakeasy to the tango.
If you have a son or daughter with a pre-existing medical condition and you want him or her to have affordable healthcare, or any healthcare at all, I suggest you vote in this election and that you vote
by David LinzeeConfession time. Though I was born in St. Louis, have lived most of my life here, and earnestly address local issues in this space, it is not my favorite city.
Telle Tire & Auto Centers is celebrating the grand opening of its newest location at 4101 Lindell Blvd. in the Central West End with a celebration featuring a free lunch, prize giveaways and more.
Coffee Cartel, a fixture at Euclid and Maryland in the Central West End for more than two decades, announced its closure this week.
The Central West End's Lofts@Euclid will soon welcome urban grocer Fields Foods to its 625 N. Euclid location. Cullinan Properties' 87-unit loft development opened in 2016.
Travis Howard and Tim Wiggins, the team behind Retreat Gastropub (2 N. Sarah St.),
PLNK STL, a studio that features Lagree Method, Pilates-inspired 50-minute workouts, has expanded into the Central West End with a studio located in the Citizen Park building, 4647 Lindell Blvd.
The Clayton Chamber of Commerce recently held ribbon cuttings for the following businesses:
Explore St. Louis is adding new personnel and restructuring its sales department to create a dynamic and nimble team approach to representing St. Louis to planners of conventions, executive meetings and specialty markets.
St. Louis Art Supply, formerly located on Cherokee Street, has opened at 4532 Olive St. in the Central West End. Located inside the art supply store is Cornflower Coffee & Tea
University City's Mary Ann & Richard Shaw among 14 honoreesUniversity City's Mary Ann and Richard Shaw are among 14 individuals who will be honored as Ageless Remarkable St. Louisans by St. Andrew's Resources for Seniors System at a special gala on Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at the Arch.
Enjoy music, dancing, drinks, hors d'oeuvresSTL Village invites the public to be part of igniting community at Village Aglow, a gala to benefit STL Village.
Women who are 60 years old by June 14, 2019 may participateThe Missouri Senior America Pageant is seeking contestants for the 2019 pageant. Women who will be at least 60 years old by June 14, 2019, are invited to participate in a rewarding and memorable experience.
St. Louis OASIS offers a variety of classes and activities for senior adults at various locations throughout the St. Louis area including Clayton OASIS located at 50 Gay Ave.
Flu shot helps combat seasonal illnessWith influenza season arriving, Saint Louis County Department of Public Health urges all county residents six months of age and older to get vaccinated against the seasonal flu by the end of October if possible.
Book Reviewby Jennifer AlexanderWhile some readers favor fictional murder mysteries set in quaint villages, others prefer gritty true crime stories from their own hometowns.