It's the first LEGO store in the St. Louis area. The grand opening and LEGO building events run all weekend long.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Friday, May 10, 2013
Scott Schnuck, chairman and CEO of Schnucks, issued a video apology on YouTube.
The Chairman and CEO of Schnucks is apologizing for the attack on it’s credit card payment system. In a video posted to the Schnucks Markets YouTube page Friday, May 10, CEO Scott Schnuck said access was blocked on March 30 and that all new credit and debit cards would not be affected. Schnuck cautions, however, that any cards used before March 30 are still subject to fraud. According to Fox 2 News, Schnucks estimates 2.4 million credit and debit card numbers may have been stolen over a three month period. Three class-action lawsuits have been filed against the grocery chain since the incident occurred, Fox 2 reports.
Calling all boutique employees, local shoppers and anyone with a passion for fashion. We want to see your ideas on Patch!
Patch is seeking fashion experts to contribute to our Local Voices platform and help educate the masses on the right shoes to wear with that pencil skirt, next seasons top color trends and more. We would love for owners or employees of local boutiques to post an "Outfit of the Week" or for a savvy consumer to keep us up-to-date on the latest trends with regular posts on what's happening in the fashion world. If you love to photograph fashion, you can showcase that passion as well with a Local Voices post. Part of the Patch mission is to strengthen communities and improve the lives of their residents, but we can't do it without you. Our Local Voices section allows members of the community—from cooking enthusiasts to local politicians …
Thursday, May 9, 2013
The cost to the bank has been "significant," an executive said. The news comes after thousands of Schnucks customers had their credit and debit cards compromised due to a security breach.
Customers of Commerce Bank should keep an eye on the mail. You're likely getting new debit cards, even if you didn't ask for one. Clayton-based Commerce Bancshares confirms that customers throughout the region are getting new cards as a precaution following a security breach at Schnucks grocery stores around the area that compromised customer financial data. Carl Bradbury, Commerce's Director of Consumer Products, wouldn't identify Schnucks by name in an interview Thursday but did acknowledge "a large event" where cards were considered compromised, prompting the move. The decision to re-issue does not mean that a customer's card was necessarily compromised, but that it was used during a time period where others were. Bradbury also said …
Patch is teaming up with Crystal Anderson, owner of Olneya Restoration Group, this week to get all of your questions answered.
It's time for another edition of Ask the Patch Pro, where each week readers get to interact with professionals by asking questions on a wide variety of topics. Our team of experts stop in to help you out and answer your questions. This week, Patch teamed up with Crystal Anderson, owner of Olneya Restoration Group, to get all of your home repair questions answered. Have a question? Ask below in the comments section! More about Crystal Anderson: Crystal Anderson is the owner of Olneya Restoration Group. Olneya Restoration Group, headquartered in Maryland Heights, provides experienced roofing, siding, window replacement, insulation, water removal and drying services and 24/7 emergency restoration services to homeowners and commercial …
Want to make a real difference in the world? Consider one of these seven "green" careers that help protect -- and improve -- our planet, plus find openings in Olivette. Provided by Jobs at AOL.
(For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) The following story was provided by AOLJobs.com By Debra Auerbach for CareerBuilder Have you ever had an itch to quit your job and instead do work that makes a real difference in the world? In honor of Earth Day on April 22, we've compiled a list of seven jobs that help people live a better life – from the buildings they work and live in, to the energy that fuels their homes, to the air they breathe. 1. Conservation scientist: Conservation scientists are hired to help preserve and protect natural habitats. They usually work with landowners and federal, state and local governments to find the best ways to use and improve the land while conserving the environment.* **If you’…
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
An organized movement of strikes began in St. Louis and is spreading across the region. Employees at McDonald's in North St. Louis County, and Jimmy John's took to the picket lines Wednesday. Employees at 20 fast food locations will strike Thursday.
People peacefully gathered and marched in front of a Ferguson McDonald's Restaurant today. You could hear the group of about 100 chanting during the strike," We started from the bottom and now we're here; $7.35 just ain't fair." There was also, "We want change and we ain't talking about pennies." As well, a whole host of additional songs. But for all the people smiling, the subject at hand was serious. The crowd gathered as part of a movement to unionize fast food restaurants throughout the St. Louis Region. Employees at the Ferguson McDonald's, located at 9131 W. Florissant, stood outside in plain clothes around 3:45 p.m., and protested for respect through better pay and improved working conditions. Shannon Garth-Rhodes, spokesperson with…
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
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The Source Unlimited has been at Olive Boulevard and Graeser Road for more than three decades.
We have an update on the news we first brought you in April regarding the end of an era in Judaica shopping. Read: The Last Freestanding Judaica Store In St. Louis Is Closing After 36 years in operation and the last 9 under the ownership of Chabad of Chesterfield, The Source Unlimited will close its doors in Creve Coeur in a strip mall located at the corner of Graeser Road and Olive Boulevard. The shop is the last remaining free-standing place where people can find all manner of items related to the Jewish faith. Many if not all temples and congregations operate their own gift shops. A clearance sale was expected to wrap up by the end of Apri, but Rabbi Avi Rubenfeld tells Patch that the store will likely close around Friday.
Monday, May 6, 2013
Riverfront Times readers love this U City restaurant, which closed briefly due to a fire this March.
House of India Restaurant is proof that despite a bevy of culinary options, diners on Delmar customers are still loyal to the restaurants they love--even when a fire shutters them for a few weeks. The U City eatery was recently named the St. Louis area’s Favorite Indian spot in RFT’s Restaurants 2013 guide. (It was also the publication’s Best Indian Restaurant in 2012.) A kitchen fire caused minor smoke damage in the House of India building shortly after midnight on March 15. Owner Satish Kumar told Patch smoke damage was caused by a pan of chicken accidentally left in the oven. The restaurant remained closed for nearly three weeks. But an establishment that's been in business for more than 20 years can't be knocked from its pedestal so …