Brentwood Mayor Pat Kelly said at his coffee with residents last week that a “major tenant” in the Brentwood Promenade is moving out, but wouldn’t give a clue which one.
The Book House moved from 9719 Manchester Road, in Rock Hill, to 7352 Manchester Road in Maplewood more than a year ago—forced out by its landlord so a several-story concrete storage facility could fill the block—replacing the Victorian house the book store occupied—but the store’s pole sign survives. Continue Reading →
Maplewood Richmond Heights wrestlers took seventh at the Jim Wallace Classic tournament at Fulton, with seven Blue Devils scoring for the team. Continue Reading →
Beginning with Brentwood, some of our area businesses and events made the news this past week. Continue Reading →
The American Legion Goff-Moll Post 101 in Brentwood held its annual GI Joe Breakfast Saturday, and plenty ex-GI Joes (and Janes) showed up to support the post. Continue Reading →
A variety of Maplewood business and Brentwood politics news filled the week’s top 10 articles. Continue Reading →
This is the 6th post of photographs from the family albums of Matt Irwin.
For the last few weeks I’ve looked pretty intensely at these family photo albums that Matt Irwin kindly allowed me to copy in 2010. Continue Reading →
The Side Project Cellar (7373 Marietta Avenue), a beer tasting room, cut the Maplewood Chamber of Commerce ribbon Tuesday. Continue Reading →
A Brentwood resident predicted Brentwood Mayor Pat Kelly’s coffee with residents Friday would be a “victory lap.” Kelly has decided not to run, after 22 years as a Brentwood official. It turned out to be an hour-long debate between Kelly and residents about city planning. Continue Reading →
This is Coconut, a Lesser Sulphur Crested Cockatoo. She was a rescue bird of mine when I ran the local parrot rescue group. She is a typical example of the plight of many pet parrots. Continue Reading →