Furniture made from pallets. Barbecue. Caramel apples. Toy makers. Poster makers. Cat adoptions and avant-garde pottery.
The city of St. Louis says it will meet an April 12 deadline to open new emergency homeless shelters. The city announced in February that it was seeking providers who were capable of opening as many as 250 beds by that deadline, either by expanding their existing facilities or by building new ones.
St. Louis’ 129-year-old Artists' Guild is in the midst of relocating. But the move won’t be far. The Artists’ Guild is moving in late May into the old Famous-Barr building, which is owned by Washington University, in downtown Clayton.