Business owner in 40 under 40, brewery opens, shop break-in

Shakespeare in Maplewood, an office development in Richmond Heights, and Strange Donut owner Jason Bockman, and more, all made the area news this week. KMOV — Overnight cell phone store break-in brings total to 3 since last week
Riverfront Times — Side Project Brewing’s New Tasting Room Is Now Open in Maplewood
St. Louis Business Journal — Richmond Heights building sold, new office concept planned
St. Louis Business Journal 40 Under 40 — Strange Donut owner Jason Bockman
St. Louis Business Journal — 16 companies we lost in 2016

MRH soccer, Boys Hope Girls Hope, new brewery in the news

A roundup various sorts of news from Brentwood, Maplewood or Richmond Heights discovered online the past week:

Feast — Side Project Brewing’s Brewery Tasting Room Opens Dec. 18
Fox2 News — Distinctive hoodie may lead police to suspect in 7/11-armed robbery
KMOV — Man charged following rash of car thefts at St. Louis area gyms
KSDK — Massage Luxe owner, four others accused in kidnapping conspiracy
Sauce Magazine — Sneak Peek: Side Project Brewing in Maplewood
Soccer STL — Ryan Robertson and Chad Kutscher Are NSCAA Regional Coaching Winners
St. Louis Business Journal — Year in Review 2016: 10 new breweries make a splash in St. Louis

Kidnapping, Blue Duck, MRH wrestling in the news

In the news recently: a Maplewood man kidnapped, Gus’s Fried Chicken, some restaurants to open soon, a man charged with shooting car windows with a BB gun. Good Food St. Louis — Gus’s Fried Chicken: Down Home Goodness
KMOV — Plaintiff in federal lawsuit against Maplewood speaks out
KSDK — Feds: Maplewood man kidnapped, beaten, held for ransom
Missourian — Wrestling Knights Split Matches in Home Opener (MRH wrestling)
St. Louis Business Journal — New York apparel company opens warehouse in Brentwood
St. Louis Magazine — Hi-Pointe Drive-In: Opening Soon on McCausland Ave

In the news: college closes, Troop 362, donuts

Fox 2 covered Maplewood Richmond Heights Boy Scouts in a ‘Scouting for Food’ feature. Also Mauhaus cat cafe, and the closing of a for profit college made the news. Fox 2 News — Local troops are “Scouting for Food”
Riverfront Times — Mauhaus Cat Cafe Is Bringing Joy — and Cats — to Maplewood
St. Louis American — Three county districts join SLPS pledge to ban suspensions in early grades
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — For-profit college chain with St.

Brentwood Eagles, MRH School District in the news

The Brentwood Eagles made to to state semifinals — against 5-time state champs Lamar — on Saturday; it was covered by the Post-Dispatch and the Joplin Globe. Also Maplewood Richmond Heights School District made the news when it announced it would halt suspensions for younger students. On Brentwood Eagles football:

St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Brentwood’s memorable ride ends with loss to powerful Lamar
St Louis Post-Dispatch — Class 2 semifinal: Lamar vs. Brentwood — photo gallery

In the news: cat cafe opens, Brentwood football, RH hotel

On Saturday Mauhaus Cat Cafe opened and the Brentwood Eagles won their state quarterfinal football game. Also in the news: Brentwood School District scores 100 percent. In Richmond Heights: an Arthur Ashe memorial and a new Marriott hotel. Alpha Media — Centralia fall to Brentwood in quarterfinals ending Bennett’s career
Feast Magazine — Sneak Peek: Mauhaus, St. Louis’ First Cat Cafe, Opens Nov.

Maplewood pasta, cat cafe, law suit; RH man found: in the news

Maplewood topics made the news in the past week for various reasons — great pasta, a cat cafe, a law suit, absentee voting, and a Maplewood Richmond Heights athlete among them. CBS — SNEAK PEAK: Cat Cafe Mauhaus Grand Opening Nov. 12
KMOV — New WISH Center helps pregnant women battling addiction
Feast Magazine — The 6 Best Places for Pasta in St. Louis
Riverfront Times — Maplewood Slapped with Class Action Suit Targeting Pay-to-Play Cash Bail System
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Class-action suit says Maplewood’s fees violate rights
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Maplewood man gets 11 years on child porn charges

Brentwood football, MRH soccer wins, and more in the news

In the news this week: Brentwood and Maplewood Richmond Heights teams advanced in the post season. Maplewood officials voted to allow a church kitchen to be used by food truck operators, and the Municipal League used Maplewood City Hall for a meeting. Brentwood football beat Tolton Catholic at Brentwood on Friday in the Class 2 District 5 semifinals, 42-18. See photos on Facebook. The Eagles play Hermann in the district final at Brentwood on Friday, Nov.

In the news: Carl’s, Pie Oh My, Kelly D’Angelo

The city of Maplewood winning nationwide recognition from the EPA made the news. So too did a couple area restaurants and Richmond Heights firefighter/paramedic Kelly D’Angelo winning her first MMA title. Good Food St. Louis — Carl’s Drive In: A Look in the Rear View Mirror
KMOV — Man accused of using a hidden camera to film under a woman’s skirt at Target
KSDK — Maplewood PD hosting Rx drop-off day
St. Louis Restaurant News — Pie Oh My!

Saratoga Lanes, The Boulevard, Stone Spiral Coffee in the news

In the past week, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and St. Louis Magazine had posts on Maplewood’s Saratoga Lanes, celebrating its hundredth anniversary. Stone Spiral Coffee, Boardwalk Waffles & Ice Cream and the Richmond Heights OK of an expansion of The Boulevard were in the news too. Crumb Bums — Stone Spiral Coffee & Curios
PR Web — Our Urgent Care Opens New Medical Center in Richmond Heights, MO
Sauce Magazine — The Scoop: Boardwalk Waffles & Ice Cream headed to Maplewood
Sauce Magazine — Budget Crunch: 8 delicious deals to try now
Sauce Magazine — Extra Sauce: 6 debate watch parties this Sunday

Coffee shop, karaoke, book store, architect: in the news

Many area businesses were mentioned in the Riverfront Times’ lists of the best in St. Louis and reasons to love St. Louis, including Miriam Switching Post, The Book House, Side Project Cellar, Stone Spiral Coffee, Double D’s and more. The Scholarshop’s plan to close the store on Clayton Road was in the news too. Expertise — We Looked at 277 Architects in St.

In the news: Polite Pass, Boulevard South, Break-ins at Tropicana Lanes

Brentwood High School’s demonstration of a drunk driving accident, The Boulevard South, Strange Donut’s coupon for nice people and several area restaurants made the news this week. Fox2 — Brentwood first responders demonstrate dangers of drunk driving with simulation
Fox2 — Bowling alley steps up security after car break-ins
KMOV — Controversial tax breaks proposed for development across from Galleria
St. Louis Business Journal — $79 million second phase of The Boulevard poised to move forward
St. Louis Magazine — Number One Dad: Chris Bolyard
St. Louis Magazine — Introducing the Polite Pass, a Little Something for People Who Aren’t Jerks