Tag: Q&A

Clayton Times Profile: Brandon Nickelson, Clayton’s Craft Beer Cellar Owner

There’s plenty of places for Claytonites to grab a drink within city limits, but with almost 1,000 different craft beers to choose from — it would be hard to go wrong with Craft Beer Cellar. Located at 8113 Maryland Ave., Clayton’s Craft Beer Cellar first got its start in 2014 and offers an obvious plethora of beers to take home, there’s even a small bar located at the back of the store where customers can grab […]

Clayton Times Interview: Representative Joe Adams

We had the chance to sit with Rep. Joe Adams, D-University City, to discuss the current political climate not only in the state of Missouri but also on the national level. Adams has been involved in state politics for nearly 30 years and won his current position in 2014 in which he represents the 86th District, which includes all parts of Pagedale, Hanley Hills, Vinita Park, Vinita Terrace, University City and Wellston. He also sits […]

Clayton Times Conversation: City Manager Craig Owens

Clayton’s City Manager Craig Owens spoke with us Friday to discuss some of the responsibilities his job entails and what makes Clayton such a unique place to live within St. Louis. Additionally, Owens discusses how residents of Clayton can have a lasting impact on the city. Clayton Times: What are some of the responsibilities of being Clayton’s City Manager? Owens: We’re what’s called a council-manager form of government, which means we’re set up to be […]

Clayton Times Conversation: County Executive Steve Stenger

County Executive Steve Stenger sat down with us in his office at the St. Louis County Administration building for the first of our weekly Clayton Times conversations will be bringing you with St. Louis County opinion leaders. Not one to mince words Stenger provided a candid assessment of regionalism, rumors about being recruited to run for Governor in 2020, his primary opponent Mark Mantovani, the slowdown being enacted by the County Council, and several other topics. […]