Sweet Tooth Tour, expensive homes, break-in in the news

Sweet Tooth Tour, Maplewood most expensive homes, cat cafe and Macy’s break-in in the news this week. Fox 2 News — For the second time in a month, thieves break into the Macy’s Galleria store
KSDK — A sweet tour of Maplewood
St. Louis Business Journal — On the market: The most expensive homes in Maplewood
St. Louis Magazine — The top 5 events in St. Louis this weekend: January 19–22

In the news: mostly about restaurants

Frank Papa’s Ristorante, Pie Oh My and Schlafly Bottleworks were in the news last week, news from the Maplewood council meeting too. Fox 2 — Schlafly Beer`s Cabin Fever Festival Jan. 14 in Maplewood
Fox 2 — St. Louis Galleria Macy’s hit by thieves, expensive wristwatches stolen
PR Newswire (press release) — Edwards Realty Company And Condor Partners Complete Purchase Of The Boulevard St. Louis Lifestyle Center
Riverfront Times — 18 St.

Carl’s, Hi-Pointe Drive-In in the news, and more online

From online news sources, blogs, and Craigslist — new restaurant, Maplewood man charged, MRH basketball, and more. From Craigslist — Last office space in Maplewood (10×11 foot room on Big Bend)
Feast — Sneak Peek: Hi-Pointe Drive-In Opens in St. Louis Jan. 5
Fox 2 News — Vehicle stolen while warming up in Maplewood Jack in the Box Parking Lot (in December)
KTVI — Home gutted by fire in Richmond Heights
Good Food St. Louis — Best Things I Ate Last Year
KSDK — Car stolen from Maplewood Jack in the Box (in December)
Ladue News — Leaving a Design Legacy
Riverfront Times — 6 St.

MRH, Carl’s and more, in the news

Some area restaurants were featured in the past week, and Maplewood Richmond Heights School District made the news in a couple ways too. Good Food St. Louis (food blog) — Oldest Restaurants in St. Louis & Beyond
Good Food St. Louis — Southwest Diner: Brings Home the Bacon (in St.

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.