While some restaurants are trying new ways of doing business, others are falling back on tried and true ways of the past. Take Spencer's Grill in Kirkwood, for example, which is now offering car hop services in addition to takeout. Pictured here, Mary Kinsella places an order from car hop Mi…

A hopeful message posted in the window of Olive + Oak restaurant, located at 102 W. Lockwood Ave. in Webster Groves. Olive + Oak and its sister restaurant next door, The Clover and The Bee, have temporarily halted all restaurant operations in the wake of the coronavirus./photo by Diana Linsley

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A hopeful message posted in the window of Olive + Oak restaurant, located at 102 W. Lockwood Ave. in Webster Groves. Olive + Oak and its sister restaurant next door, The Clover and The Bee, have temporarily halted all restaurant operations in the wake of the coronavirus./photo by Diana Linsley

"School" looks different these days ... The Gibson family of Webster Groves has done some rearranging to create a dedicated "classroom" space at home. This photo shows the "art area" of the family's homeschool "classroom."/photo submitted by Maureen Gibson

"School" looks different these days ... The Gibson family of Webster Groves has done some rearranging to create a dedicated "classroom" space at home. Fourth-grader Lydia Gibson, 10, (left) and seventh-grader Madeline Gibson, 12 (right) log on for online learning as first-grader Norah Gibson…

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Lydia Gibson, 10, (left) and sister Madeline Gibson, 12 (middle) create window artwork as their younger sister Norah, 7, uses their creations to decorate the window. The girls decorated the window in an effort to bring some color and cheer into their "classroom" at home./photo submitted by M…

The Gibson family of Webster Groves has done some rearranging to create a dedicated "classroom" space at home. Pictured here, Madeline Gibson, 12, logs on for online learning while sister Lydia Gibson, 10, (back, left) takes a virtual piano lesson, and sister Norah Gibson, 7, (back, right) c…

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"School" looks different these days ... The Gibson family of Webster Groves has done some rearranging to create a dedicated "classroom" space at home. Fourth-grader Lydia Gibson, 10, (left) and seventh-grader Madeline Gibson, 12 (right) log on for online learning as first-grader Norah Gibson…

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(From left to right) Kirk Care volunteer Elliot Raizman, Kirk Care President Larry Watson and volunteer Jon Watson unload a van full of canned goods after a trip to the grocery store to restock the nonprofit's food pantry. The pantries at Kirk Care and Webster-Rock Hill Ministries are both i…

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Rachel Sauter FaceTimes with a shopper at her Leopard Boutique in Webster Groves. With the shop's three locations closed, Sauter has found some creative ways to offer customers some ways to shop./photo by Diana Linsley

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Kirk Care President Larry Watson restocks the nonprofit's food pantry with canned goods and nonperishable food items./photo by Diana Linsley

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Kirk Care President Larry Watson restocks shelves in the nonprofit's storage area with essentials such as toilet paper./photo by Diana Linsley

A hopeful message posted in the window of The Clover and The Bee restaurant, located at 100 W. Lockwood Ave. in Webster Groves. The Clover and The Bee and its sister restaurant next door, Olive + Oak, have temporarily halted all restaurant operations in the wake of the coronavirus./photo by …

Anthony Favazza with fresh baked bread in the Amighetti's market inside the restaurant. In response to the Coronavirus and the shortage of staples at local grocery stores, Favazza transformed his restaurant into a marketplace where shoppers can buy produce, dairy, eggs, pasta, canned goods a…

C.J. Muggs, located at 101 W. Lockwood Ave. in Webster Groves, advertises its curbside pickup and delivery services./photo by Diana Linsley

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Anthony Favazza, owner of Amighetti's in Rock Hill, delivers a carryout order to a customer waiting in the parking lot. In addition to carryouts, Amighetti's has opened a market inside the restaurant offering dairy, eggs, pasta, produce and other items./photo by Diana Linsley

Algonquin Apartments resident David Wichman waves to fellow residents on their balconies. Wichman came up with the idea to have residents take to their balconies every day at 2 p.m. to wave and say "Hello" to each other and still feel connected during the social distancing coronavirus measur…

Meghan Godwin and her children, 5-year-old Nora and 2-year-old John enjoy some time outdoors at Blackburn Park, which is near their home in Webster Groves. The family ventures to the park at least one a day to get some fresh air during the coronavirus restrictions./photo by Diana Linsley

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Each day at 2 p.m. residents of the Algonquin Apartments in Webster Groves gather on their balconies to wave to one another, and to fellow resident David Wichman, who goes outside to wave to each of them from the driveway below. Wichman came up with this idea as a way for residents to say "h…

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Each day at 2 p.m. residents of the Algonquin Apartments in Webster Groves gather on their balconies to wave to one another, and to fellow resident David Wichman, who goes outside to wave to each of them from the driveway below. Wichman came up with this idea as a way for residents to say "h…

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Each day at 2 p.m. residents of the Algonquin Apartments in Webster Groves gather on their balconies to wave to one another, and to fellow resident David Wichman, who goes outside to wave to each of them from the driveway below. Wichman came up with this idea as a way for residents to say "h…

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Each day at 2 p.m. residents of the Algonquin Apartments in Webster Groves gather on their balconies to wave to one another, and to fellow resident David Wichman, who goes outside to wave to each of them from the driveway below. Wichman came up with this idea as a way for residents to say "h…