Category: Clayton

Steamed bun shop Bao to open in Clayton this month

There are several Chinese specialty restaurants around St. Louis, but none quite like Bao, a unique new Asian-inspired restaurant scheduled to open in Clayton later this month. The restaurant that focuses on a Chinese staple, baozi (bao for short, also known as steamed buns), will open in the former Coastal Bistro & Bar space at 14 N. Central in Clayton. Bao is independently-owned and is the first of its kind in St. Louis. The restaurant […]

Herbie’s re-opens in Clayton following water main break, flooding

A popular restaurant in Clayton re-opened Thursday after it was plagued with a spell of bad luck due to cold weather and a gas leak in the last several weeks. Herbie’s Restaurant, known for its French-inspired American dishes served in a stylish, old-school setting and located at 8100 Maryland Avenue, has been closed since Jan. 2, following a  water main break, frozen pipes and flooding. The trouble began at the end of the year when city […]

RELEASE: Saint Louis Zoo International Children’s Film Festival in February

Big Eyes, Big Minds International Children’s Film Festival of Saint Louis is returning to the Saint Louis Zoo for its second year on Saturdays, Feb. 3, 17 and 24. The festival features award-winning films made for kids, about kids and sometimes by kids. The live-action and animated short films range from 2 to 27 minutes long and are tailored to children 1 to 16 years old; however, adults will find the films equally appealing. Special to […]

Bellefontaine Neighbors man charged with shooting two officers hires lawyer

The man accused of shooting two Bellefontaine Neighbors police officers last month has an attorney as of Wednesday, according to St. Louis County records. Jason Cook, 37, was charged with four felonies, including first-degree assault, a day after ducking into his home and shooting the two officers at 7:15 a.m. on Dec. 14. He then held police at bay for more than seven hours before he was finally taken into custody, police said. Cook was set […]

RELEASE: Express Scripts’ Accredo earns renewed URAC specialty pharmacy accreditation

ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire/ — Accredo® specialty pharmacy, a subsidiary of Express Scripts (NASDAQ: ESRX), has earned URAC’s specialty pharmacy accreditation at its primary dispensing locations: Warrendale, Pa., New Castle, Del., Indianapolis, Ind., Orlando, Fla., Memphis, Tenn., Greensboro, N.C., Nashville, Tenn., and Corona, Calif. In addition, Express Scripts Freedom Fertility Pharmacy, located in Byfield, Mass., gained renewal of URAC’s specialty pharmacy accreditation. URAC is a Washington D.C.-based independent accreditor of health care management organizations. To earn its […]

RELEASE: St. Louis, Kansas City attorneys selected for leadership council on legal diversity roles

Armstrong Teasdale, a law firm with offices across the United States, proudly announces that two attorneys at the firm have been selected to participate in Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD) programs in 2018. St. Louis Financial and Real Estate Services partner Hillary Bean has been selected as a Fellow, and Kansas City Financial and Real Estate Services associate Rachel A. Orr has been selected for the Pathfinder Program. Both programs provide tools, training and […]

Plan for 22-story luxury apartment tower clears rezoning hurdle in Clayton

  Clayton’s Board of Aldermen approved on Tuesday the rezoning for a luxury apartment at its first formal meeting of 2018. The board signed off on selling a city-owned parking lot on Dec. 19, and cleared yet another hurdle for the project with Tuesday’s vote, paving the way for a new 22-story luxury apartment to be called Shaw Park Apartments at the corner of Forsyth and Brentwood Blvds in downtown Clayton. The board voted unanimously […]

MetroLink security audit moving forward

CLAYTON — A security analysis of St. Louis’ MetroLink system will be moving forward in the next couple weeks, St. Louis County officials announced Tuesday. The East-West Gateway Council of Governments will begin seeking bids this month for a comprehensive security analysis of the MetroLink light rail system, county officials said in a statement. East-West Gateway is undertaking the study at the request of the leaders of the three jurisdictions that fund MetroLink — St. […]

RELEASE: Armstrong Teasdale names three new partners

CLAYTON — Armstrong Teasdale, a law firm with offices across the United States, proudly announces the addition of Zachary C. Howenstine, Michael J. Vander Molen and Adam R. Wuller to its partnership effective Jan. 1, 2018. “Our new partners are extremely talented in handling a wide range of intellectual property matters,” said John Beulick, managing partner at Armstrong Teasdale. “The depth of experience they possess in their respective areas is particularly impressive, and we look […]

Clayton Board of Aldermen to consider rezoning for Shaw Park Apartments

Clayton’s Board of Aldermen will be considering a controversial rezoning for a luxury apartment when it holds it first formal meeting of 2018 Tuesday night. The board signed off on selling a city-owned parking lot on Dec. 19, paving the way for a new 22-story luxury apartment to be called Shaw Park Apartments at the corner of Forsyth and Brentwood Blvds in downtown Clayton. The board will consider rezoning that property from High Density Commercial District to […]