Prime Times - January 2022

Teri Nicely has called Kirkwood home for the last 24 years which has given her a very clear advantage when it comes to buying and selling here. This insider edge has earned her a reputation as the “Kirkwood Real Estate Expert” and she takes great pride and personal investment in her hometown, and in knowing market trends. 

Brandon Schwartz and his brother, Brian Schwartz, cut their teeth in the landscaping arena helping their father run Grass Gobbler Lawn Care Inc. After their father’s passing in 2009, the two permanently closed Grass Gobbler and opened their own business in its place to better serve their existing Webster Groves and Kirkwood clients.

Heritage meets modern at Sole Survivor. Owners and leather artisans Steve and Kay Rye use age-old traditions to create leather goods designed to meet the needs of those who value individual workmanship. While the shop is currently closed for moving, it will reopen this February in a fresh retail space with a much larger workshop at 7358 Manchester Road in Maplewood.

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