In the news: Parker’s Table, Planet Score, Blue Duck, carjackings

A roundup of local items that made the news recently. CirdecSongs (blog) — Planet Score is Aptly Named
Feast Magazine — Salume Beddu Now Open Inside Parker’s Table, Featuring Sandwiches and Cured Meats
Fox 2 — A car slams into a store in Richmond Heights
KMOV — Maplewood police investigating multiple carjackings
KMOV — Car crashes into furniture store Richmond Heights
KSDK — Maplewood police investigating slew of carjackings
Riverfront Times — Review: The Blue Duck Lays a Goose Egg in Maplewood
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Former St. Louis County judge receives probation for DWI offense
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — After 2 armed carjackings in Maplewood, police tracking leads but have made no arrests
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In the news: kitten rescue; stores closing, opening; Antar Thompson at Mizzou

An MRH grad who was headed to Mizzou (football) a few years ago is back on track, Rue 21 to close and Raising Cane’s to open, shots fired in Maplewood. Fox 2 — Police investigating several weekend shootings across St. Louis
Fox 2 — BMW driver shoots truck driver in Maplewood following accident
KSDK — Maplewood firefighters rescue kitten from storm sewer
PowerMizzou.com — Antar Thompson is ready to make it big once again

Riverbender.com — BREAKING: Alton murder suspect apprehended in Maplewood, Missouri, by U.S. Marshals and Alton Police
Riverfront Times — Zachary Smith Pleads Guilty in Covering Up Maplewood Man’s Kidnapping and Beating
St. Louis Business Journal — Maplewood Raising Cane’s sets opening date
St. Louis Business Journal — Rue21 closing 4 stores in St. Louis region
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Tapped, MRH soccer, Boland Place, Goebel & Co. in the news

News of a new Maplewood business, a restaurant opens, an apartment development is approved in Richmond Heights, and more in the news this week. Also news of a long-time Maplewood resident who died tragically. CBS St. Louis — Maplewood’s “Weed Lady” Declares Victory Over City Hall
Fox 2 — Man dies after crashing truck into River Des Peres
KMOV — Truck crashes into River des Peres, killing driver
nextSTL — Goebel & Co. Furniture To Open Retail Space in Downtown Maplewood
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In the news: Toasty Subs, Tapped, new Eagles coach

In the news this week: police searching for a serial robber that hit a Richmond Heights bank, Taste of Maplewood coming, MRH track, Eagles football gets a new head coach. Feast — The 20 Best Patios in St. Louis
Feast — Tapped Now Open in Maplewood, Featuring Self-Pour Beer, Wine and Coffee
Fox 2 — FBI and police search for serial St. Louis bank robber
STL Restaurant News — Get Ready to Celebrate the 9th Annual Taste of Maplewood 
St. Louis American — Road to Jeff City begins; Cleveland Naval Jr. ROTC boys dominate
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In the news: Mai Lee, Tapped, Strange Donuts

In the news recently, Tapped opens in Maplewood, Mai Lee gets a shout-out, Post-Dispatch scholar athletes, and Strange Donuts closes its Columbia location. Good Food St. Louis — Mai Lee: A Vietnamese Success Story
Riverfront Times — VW Enthusiasts to “Think Small” in Maplewood This Weekend
St. Louis Business Journal — Strange Donuts closes Columbia location, citing lower student enrollment
St. Louis Magazine — Self-pour bar Tapped opening soon in Maplewood
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In the news: Post-Dispatch on Maplewood ordinance, help-wanted at Blue Duck

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorialized on Maplewood’s ‘nuisance’ ordinance, a ‘suspicious’ package shut down MetroLink in Maplewood and the Blue Duck restaurant is looking for front of house and back of house employees. Fox 2 — No leads after expensive art display vandalized outside Maplewood bookstore
KSDK — Suspicious package shuts down parts of MetroLink
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Editorial: Maplewood’s ridiculous solution to 911 domestic-abuse calls: Ban the victim
Craigslist — BLUE DUCK-MAPLEWOOD FOH & BOH (Blue Duck restaurant help wanted)

In the news: suit targets Maplewood ordinance, Tommy Bahn, MRH baseball

A round-up of items found in the news over the past week. Broadly — When Domestic Violence Victims Call Police for Help—and Get Evicted Instead
Bustle — What Are “Nuisance Laws?” How These Policies Can Harm Survivors Of Intimate Partner Violence
KSDK — Maplewood’s piano in Sutton Park
New York Times — Woman Abused by Boyfriend Sues City for Evicting Her as Nuisance
Rebusiness Online — Associated Bank Provides $8M Loan for Redevelopment of Apartment Property in St. Louis Suburb
Riverfront Times — Tanning Mogul Todd Beckman: Kidnapping Victim Is a ‘Punk’
Riverfront Times — Review: With Hi-Pointe Drive-In, Mike Johnson Triumphs Again
Romper — Nuisance Laws Hurt Domestic Violence Victims Most & It’s Happening All Across The Country
Slate.com — In Cities with “Nuisance Laws,” Victims of Domestic Violence Face Eviction for Calling 911
St. Louis Business Journal — Richmond Heights pizza restaurant closes
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In the news: new suit filed, coach out, Bill McClellan on Maplewood

Maplewood made the news this week with a new suit filed against the city for its ‘nuisance’ ordinance. Also, an MRH basketball coach is out. ACLU press release — ACLU Sues City of Maplewood for ‘Nuisance’ Law That Targets Domestic Violence Victims
ACLU — This Missouri City Banishes Domestic Violence Survivors for Calling the Police
Riverfront Times — The 10 Best Spots for Pasta in St. Louis
St. Louis Business Journal — Home furnishings store in Richmond Heights shuttering
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Restaurant closes, piano in a park: in the news

Found online this week — Brentwood, Maplewood and Richmond Heights news:

Fox 2 — Police investigating disappearance of St. Louis University student (Kakao Chocolate employee)
KMOV — Man shoots woman outside Ladue Schnucks, kills himself hours later, police believe
Ladue News — Sole Survivor Crafts Fine Leather Goods in Maplewood
St. Louis Magazine — Artists First installs public piano in Sutton Loop Park
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Riverbend Restaurant & Bar closes in Richmond Heights
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Shootings at Schnucks in Ladue, home in North County leave 3 dead from domestic violence
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In the news: Maplewood police foil BMW theft, more

Found online this week — Brentwood, Maplewood and Richmond Heights news:

Beer & Brewing Magazine — Pick Six: Side Project Brewing Owner/Brewer Cory King
Fox 2 — Masked suspects plan to steal BMWs foiled
Good Food St. Louis — What to Buy at Trader Joe’s
Good Food St. Louis — Carl’s Deli: Home of the Famous Overstuffed Sandwich
KSKD — Maplewood Coffee Crawl offers two events in one day
KSDK — Reward now offered for stolen puppy
Sauce Magazine — The Scoop: Riverbend Restaurant closes
St. Louis Magazine — Riverbend Restaurant & Bar closing after service today

In the news: Book House, Blue Duck, Radio Shack, lawsuit against Maplewood

Maplewood being the target of a lawsuit over a ‘nuisance’ ordinance made the Post-Dispatch, Riverfront Times and other news outlets. The newly opened Blue Duck restaurant, the soon-to-open Tapped, and the upcoming Maplewood Coffee Crawl were also in the news, and much more. Courthouse News Service — City’s Nuisance Ordinance Said to Target Minorities
KMOV — Family evicted days after their father’s death
KSDK — Maplewood Coffee Crawl offers two events in one day
Riverfront Times — 8 Magical Bookstores That Every St. Louis Book Lover Should Visit
Riverfront Times — The Blue Duck Brings Comfort Classics to Maplewood’s Former Monarch Space
Riverfront Times — Maplewood ‘Chronic Nuisance Ordinance’ Triggers Lawsuit Alleging Discrimination
St. Louis American — New lawsuit alleges Maplewood’s nuisance ordinance discriminates against minorities, people with disabilities and domestic violence victims
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In the news: house fire, forgery charge, MRH hoops

Found in online news this week: forgery charged in Brentwood, Maplewood first responders help a lost girl, house fire in Maplewood. Craigslist — Maplewood Great 1 Bedroom
Craigslist help wanted — Dispatch/Warehouse – Maplewood, MO
Feast — The Best Food and Drink Events in St. Louis This Weekend: Feb. 24-26
KSDK — Maplewood First Responders Help Child in Need
St. Louis Alternative Rock — This STL B.L.T. Comes with a Half Pound of Bacon
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