ST. LOUIS - The bars will be hopping Wednesday night. It’s the busiest day of the year for places that sell alcohol. One St. Louis company is trying to ensure hundreds if not thousands of people make it home safe and sound after a night of partying. St. Louis based Major Brands has put this one night program together. Company officials know the Wednesday night before Thanksgiving folks get together and reunite with old friends at bars and restaurants.
ST. LOUIS, MO — The new St. Louis Arch Museum is scheduled to open July 4, 2018. But, a lot of the work for the museum is being done 1,700 miles away. Pacific Studio on the west coast is building the exhibits for the museum. The Seattle based business has quite a resume. They’ve worked on hundreds of museums across the country. “I think we play a substantial role within the development of the new museum,” said Pacific Studio CEO Brian Henn.
WILDWOOD, MO – The opening of Hidden Valley is right around the corner. But because the St. Louis area doesn't get much snow, they are seeking different ways to attract visitors to the resort to make it a year-round enterprise. Monday night a meeting was held in Wildwood that could determine the fate of the ski resort. At issue a zip line the resort they hope could keep them open long term. If there is a spirit of compromise in the air tonight, Hidden Valley may stay in business for years to come.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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