Protesters March against Police Brutality in St. Charles, MO

Protesters marched down Main Street in St. Charles yesterday in memory of George Floyd who was killed by Minneapolis police. The protesters yelled in perfect cadence with popular phrases like: “Black Live Matter,” “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot,” “No Justice, No Peace.”

It was a peaceful yet powerful protest and the message was clear: stop police brutality and racism.

VIDEO: Protesters marched down Main Street in St. Charles Wednesday in memory of George Floyd who was killed by Minneapolis police. The protesters yelled in perfect cadence popular phrases like: “Black Live Matter,” “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot,” “No Justice, No Peace.”

The Pageant in Delmar Loop gets sign makeover while Live Streaming Free Concerts

The Pageant concert venue in The Delmar Loop is getting new letters on the outside sign while live streaming free concerts during the Pandemic.

The Pageant along with other venues in the area have been closed since mid March and are patiently waiting to mark an official opening date.

The next show on the calendar will feature The Mighty Pines who will live stream the concert for free on June 6th from The Pageant concert hall to our favorite devices where we all can watch with peace of mind.

THE PAGEANT LIVE STREAM CONCERT SERIES
Presented by 4 Hands Brewing Co. |Produced by 201 Productions
Record Release Show at The Pageant
The Mighty Pines
Saturday, June 6, 2020
9:00 PM
LIVE STREAM: https://www.thepageant.com/event/the-mighty-pines-live-stream-060620/

Delmar Loop Timelapse before Pandemic

The Delmar Loop Timelapse before Pandemic 2019

Salt & Smoke opens sidewalk dining on The Delmar Loop

Salt & Smoke restaurant opened its sidewalk dining once again for hungry customers on The Delmar Loop. All four locations opened the outside dining areas on May 29 and people are loving it.

It’s good to see The Loop come back to life with restaurants starting to open. I wanted to say thank you to the smiling faces for letting me practice taking street portraits. This is my passion, really. I love street photography and I always try to include portraits whenever possible.

OPEN every day 11am – close
314-727-0200

Salt & Smoke
6525 Delmar Blvd.
St Louis, Mo 63130
saltandsmokestl.com

Tavolo on Delmar Loop closes permanently due to Pandemic

Tavolo Italian Restaurant on the Delmar Loop opened in 2012 and closed its doors permanently in 2020 due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Before the quarantine, Tavolo was a highly successful business owned and operated by Michael Del Pietro Restaurant Group The menu featured Italian plates, Neapolitan pies along with hand made cocktails in an industrial styled space.

Tavolo posted the following on their Facebook page on May 13 at 4:41 PM.
“Thank you all for the many years of love and support!!”

This historic building was completely redone by the family who kept everything as original as possible. Along with sidewalk seating, it came with high ceilings with wooden beams, exposed brick and a glass garage door that opened up depending on the weather. One of the luxuries of this property was its very own parking lot which is worth its weight in gold on The Loop.

The Michael Del Pietro Restaurant Group still have seven highly recommended restaurants that are currently open for business.

Tavolo Italian Restaurant closes
The Delmar Loop
6118 Delmar Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63112
Google.com/Map | mdprestaurants.com

Thousands visit Drive Through Food Pantry presented by Urban League St. Louis

The Urban League of Metropolitan Saint Louis presented its 8th Drive Through Food Pantry that served approximately 3000 families today behind the Victor Roberts Building at the North St. Louis Community Empowerment Center at 1330 Aubert.

The Urban League has been doing the food drive every week so follow them on Facebook so you don’t miss it. The next one will be held May 30th at Old Jamestown Mall in North County.

VIDEO: Volunteers working hard and fast to keep the line of cars moving cutting down on the wait time during Urban League St. Louis Drive Through Food Pantry.

Volunteers included Congressman Wm. Lacy ClayMayor Lyda Krewson, Aldermanic President Lewis ReedSt. Louis Comptroller Darlene Green, Michael P. McMillan President & Chief Executive Officer of Urban League St. Louis, the National Guard and many others who helped distribute over $100,000 worth of food and toiletries.

There were turkeys, 3 types of greens, sweet potatoes, celery, apples, bananas, cabbage, onions, lunch meat, bread, yogurt, non-perishables, eggs, milk, masks, gloves, light bulbs and a host of other items that were given away.

The video above show the volunteers working hard and fast to keep the line of cars moving cutting down on the wait time for each car to get loaded.

Drive Through Food Pantry
Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis, Inc.
May 23, 2020
12:00 PM to 2:30 PM
https://www.ulstl.com/

Marriott coming to Olive Crossing mixed-use development at Olive Blvd. and I-70

Element by Westin and Courtyard by Marriott hotels are coming to Olive Crossing, a mixed-use 140 acre development by Keat Properties that’s now underway at Olive Blvd. and I-70 in Olivette, MO.

Their is new signage regarding the retail development at the intersection of Collingwood Dr. and Olive Blvd. across the street from Chevy’s. Office Max recently closed on this property. Tenants will include eateries, a grocery store and more that will be listed in the coming months.

Olive Crossing
9100 Olive Blvd
Saint Louis, MO 63132
https://www.olivecrossing.com/

Social Distancing practiced in St. Louis

Social Distancing is being practiced at Costco and other places in St. Louis. People have started to protest in across the nation saying the stay-at-home order is unconstitutional.

1. Stay at least 6 feet from everyone.
2. Wear some kind of mask.
3. Stay away from large groups.

source: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/social-distancing.html

Walmart’s Grocery Pickup during COVID-19 lockdown

Associate loading groceries in car at Walmart Supercenter Manchester, MO

Walmart’s Grocery Pickup option on their website is awesome and easy to use. After ordering you will get an email in a day or two when your groceries will be ready within an hour window. You will get another email when your order is ready to be picked up.

You will then go to the pickup area and park inline with one of the many orange signs that are numbered. An Associate will get with you asap and load the groceries in you trunk.

There is no touching or signing involved making it a safe option during the Covid-19 outbreak for customers and Associates.

Walmart Supercenter
Manchester Highlands
201 Highlands Blvd
Manchester, MO 63011
https://grocery.walmart.com/

Kingsland Walk in University City -construction at Vernon & Kingsland

Kingsland Walk is an assisted living and memory care facility under construction at 6721 Vernon Avenue and Kingsland in University City, MO.

Kingsland Walk
6721 Vernon Avenue
University City, MO 63130
(314) 955-6884

Construction by Dobbs & Olivette Bowl

EZ Storage and other retail shops are under construction on Olive Blvd. between Dobbs and Olivette Bowl in Olivette, MO.

EZ Storage
9538 Olive Blvd..
Olivette, MO 63132
https://www.ezmini.com/
google.com/map

MUSIC “A Good Mood” by Young Rich Pixies
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Brennan’s CWE Euclid Ave coming soon!

Brennan’s Restaurant is moving around the corner in the same building from the Maryland side to Euclid side where Cassie’s once resided in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis.

The current Brennan location at 4659 Maryland Ave. will stay open until renovations are complete.

I had the pleasure of meeting Artist Phil Jarvis and Mr. Brennan during our visit. I couldn’t get my camera to work and asked the worst questions ever. But being that they were both gentlemen I managed to get some footage.

Brennan’s Restaurant – coming soon!
316 Euclid Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
cometobrennans.com | google.com/maps

Beffa’s Bar & Restaurant coming soon

Beffa’s Bar & Restaurant is a lunch and dinner restaurant and family owned for more than a century. The family decided to reopen the restaurant and continue serving classic pub food from juicy burgers to appetizers at 2700 Olive Street in Midtown St. Louis.

Beffa’s Bar & Restaurant
 2700 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
(314) 571-9367
https://www.beffas.com/

Lunch & Dinner

One of St. Louis’ oldest hidden gems is once again uncovered and brought to life by molding the history of the original Beffa’s with a vibrant modern touch

https://www.facebook.com/BeffasSTL/