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Yet another food truck is opening a permanent location. We’ve been told Seoul Taco has signed a lease for a space at 571 Mehlville Ave. in the U. City Loop, the former home of Gyros In The Loop. While some truck operations are speeding up, others are pulling over and parking. Pi Pizzeria has announced it will no longer be operating its food trucks in St. Louis and Washington, D.C. The mobile eateries still will be making limited appearances at events and still will be part of Pi’s catering operations. According to a statement, the restaurant wants to focus on its brick-and-mortar operations.
Daniel Mertzlufft and Megan Shapleigh became friends in 2008. But as fate would have it, they kept bumping into each other over the next few months and their run-ins eventually led to a serious relationship. Daniel popped the question in 2010, a few days before Christmas, on a surprise carriage ride through Tilles Park. “After the proposal, I was surprised by our families, who were anxiously awaiting our arrival at Truffles Restaurant for dinner,” Megan recalls.
Friday 3 through Saturday 4
Dan Tlapek sat under a canopy and rang the sweat out of his shorts. It wasn’t just hot on the artificial turf at Lindenwood University. It was the oven that’s behind the barbecue in the back of hell’s kitchen. Hot would have been pleasant. This was torture.
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FRIDAY, MAY 25
Leeanne Hurster is waiting. Waiting for reality to set in. Waiting for this dream to end. Waiting for her next practice to start because there’s no way it’s over. But it is. Hurster and her fellow John Burroughs girls’ lacrosse teammates steamrolled their way to their second consecutive Missouri Scholastic Lacrosse championship Saturday at Lindenwood University.
Burroughs head coach Megan O'Malley celebrated with her players after John Burroughs faced MICDS at Lindenwood University for the girls lacrosse state championship on Saturday, May 19, 2012 in a dominating 15 - 5 victory. Garvey Scott Special to the Post-Dispatch
MICDS' Jack Howell (left) advances as Ladue's Chandler Millstone in a match at the former Westminster Christian Academy on Friday, April 20, 2012. Photo by Christian Gooden, firstname.lastname@example.org
SATURDAY, MAY 19
Jeffrey and Conna Battram of Ballwin are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lauren Elizabeth Battram, to Wheeler Rand Compton, son of Robert and Catherine Compton of Kirkwood.
FRIDAY, MAY 4
Andy Kay wanted to keep things simple. In years past, the MICDS boys’ lacrosse coach and his staff would have the team set its goals at the start of the year, and a lot of times, those goals were large and lofty. It got to the point that Kay decided the grandiose goals and dreams weren’t cutting it. They were, in at least one instance, hurting the program.
FRIDAY, APRIL 27
MICDS lacrosse members listen during a time out during a a match against Ladue at the former Westminster Christian Academy on Friday, April 20, 2012. Photo by Christian Gooden, email@example.com
FRIDAY, APRIL 20
FRIDAY, APRIL 13
Thomas Place lives to make goalies miserable. His perfect day involves a blue sky, a perfectly manicured lacrosse field, a never-ending supply of scoring chances and a goalie with more holes than a slice of Swiss cheese.
Spring has sprung and that means one thing—misery. The warm winter and record-setting start to spring have left millions of us who suffer from allergies wondering who we wronged in another life to deserve this. What good is an 80-degree day in March if I can’t stop my nose from running, my eyes from watering and my lungs from burning? I thought trees and plants were here to help make our air cleaner, not set my chest on fire with their pollen. As a guy whose job requires him to be outside in the elements in the spring, summer and fall, I’ll take the coldest November day with a wicked wind chill over a cloudless spring day with my allergies raging. You ever try to interview someone after a big game with swollen eyes and a runny nose while sneezing? It’s, well, quite miserable.
FRIDAY, MARCH 30
Eddie Condon knew it. From the moment he watched the middle school kid holding his own with the bigger boys, he could tell he was special.
Thomas Place was a goalie before he knew what a goalie was. At the tender age of 2, all Place wanted to do was play hockey with his three older brothers in the driveway. So his brothers obliged by covering him in pads, sticking him in front of the net and firing pucks at him. Aren’t older brothers the best? “They made a game out of it,” Place, now 17, says.
Emily Kyman lets her play do the talking. Though she describes herself as ‘shy,’ Kyman does things for the MICDS girls basketball team that speak volumes about her talents. The 5-foot-8 sophomore shooting guard leads the Rams with 18 points and three steals per game. She’s never selfish. She loves to get down, defend and pick her opponents’ pockets. Even if Kyman never says a word, she makes an immediate impression on those around her. “She’s a quiet assassin,” MICDS coach Scott Small says. “She’s a work horse, she doesn’t talk and she’s not flashy. She’s an all-around good kid.”
◆ New microbrewery 4 Hands Brewing Company has started brewing its beers on a commercial scale, and will be opening its tasting room to the public in December. Instead of running a kitchen on-site, food will come courtesy of a rotating roster of local food trucks. Co-owner KEVIN LEMP says so far, he’s been talking with the Cha Cha Chow, Pi, Guerilla Street Food and Seoul Taco trucks about bringing their wares to the tasting room. On the brewing side, look for the company’s four core beers—Cast Iron Oatmeal Brown, Divided Sky Rye IPA, Reprise Centennial Red and Single Speed Session—to be available in kegs initially for restaurant and bar use, and 22- ounce bottles shortly thereafter.