Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Maplewood Police said the man was in the center asking about a job, and the camera was stolen from a table near the front door.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
A Maplewood man stole a camera from Turner Center for the Arts after inquiring about job openings at the center, according to Maplewood Police. Frederick Fulton, 24, of the 3700 block of Greenwood Avenue in Maplewood, was charged Nov. 26 with felony stealing. Maplewood Police said Fulton stole a Nikon camera valued at $1,000 and a tripod valued at $50 from the center between 2:15 and 3 p.m. Sept. 18 at 3109 Sutton Blvd. A Turner Center employee told police that Fulton was in the building asking about possible employment. The camera was stolen from a table near the front door, police said. Less than two hours later, Fulton tried to pawn the camera. Police said he told them he bought the camera from a friend for $20. Bail was set at $10,000 …
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Folks came from all over to walk Maplewood's streets, and sample great coffee and other goodies.
The third annual Maplewood Coffee Crawl pulled coffee-lovers from Chesterfield to south St. Louis city. It was sponsored by the Maplewood Special Business District and Feast Magazine. They had room for 500, and hit that number days before the event. Maplewood businesses Cheryl's Herbs, Foundation Grounds, Kakao Chocolate, Stone Spiral Coffee and Currios, Schlafly Bottleworks, Turner Center for the Arts, and Vom Fass took part, featuring a coffee roaster or in the case of Cheryl's Herbs, several teas. Kakao Chocolate had samples of chocolate to pair with coffee. See more photos at Maplewood-Brentwood Patch Facebook (Like it!) Community Development Director for Maplewood, Rachelle L'Ecuyer, called the event a walkable tour celebrating …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Turner Center for The Arts, The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Screaming Mimi and Flying Tigers Motorcycles were our Patch's businesses to claim their listing.
Congratulations to University City's "U City in Bloom" nonprofit, which is the winner of the Patch "Click to Claim" contest. The monthlong contest ended on Sunday and was designed to call attention to the Patch business directory and give businesses and readers a chance to help local charities with nothing but a few clicks of the mouse. The contest asked local business owners to "claim" their listings in the Patch business directory. Claiming a listing gives owners power to add to and change listings, add their social media links and use other special tools to promote their business. The contest started March 7. Patch readers nominated local charities to be beneficiaries of the contest. And the Patch site with the most new claimed …
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
This week, Patch searches local shops and restaurants for affordable family fun.
Take a break from the same old burger and fries routine with Season’s Choice Sweet Potato Fries at Aldi (9274 Watson Road in Crestwood). A 15-ounce bag is on sale now for just $1.89. Take the family out for some tasty treats from Dairy Queen (7809 Big Bend Blvd. in Webster Groves). For a limited time, get a 1/4 pound bacon cheese burger and a 12 ounce shake for just $3.99. Or try a brownie batter Blizzard, this month’s flavor of the month. Stock up on party items for your Fourth of July celebration. The Dollar Tree (3220 Laclede Station Road in Maplewood) has everything you need. Get Independence Day themed paper plates, serving trays, napkins and decorations, all at the low Dollar Tree prices. Want to find a healthy way for your teen to …