⏳ STLduJour 2020-350 AM Edition

📆 STLevents

⚜️ STLmade

⚜️ STLfood

  • These St. Louis restaurants are offering Christmas and New Year’s meals to-go - feastmagazine.com
  • Use best ingredients to perfect Pint Size’s Chocolate Creme Pie - stltoday.com

🍺 Breweries

  • 22 Missouri Craft Brewers Guild members team up for ‘Missouri Loves Company’ collaboration beer - feastmagazine.com

⚜️ STLfarms

  • Heru Urban Farming wants to make fresh produce more equitable in St. Louis - feastmagazine.com

🎐 Outdoor Seating

  • 8 Cozy Rooftops and Patios to Try This Winter in Downtown St. Louis - Downtown STL


  • Missouri presidential electors formally cast votes for Trump - FOX 2
  • Rudy Giuliani testifies in Missouri House hearing on ‘voter fraud’ in other states - KSDK
  • After testy debate, Missouri GOP bill casting doubt on Joe Biden’s victory likely dead - Missouri Independent

🏪 Small Business Resources

  • Spire starts $500 gas bill relief program for small businesses - stltoday.com

😱 STL99

  • Second phase of Centene campus expansion, which called for third Clayton office tower, on hold due to crime - stltoday.com
  • Arts and culture leaders pen letter in support of sparing Sumner High School from closure - St. Louis Magazine
  • Suspect sought in Catalytic Converter thefts - The Big 550 KTRS
  • Saint Louis Public Schools to vote Tuesday on whether to close 10 schools - KSDK
  • Belleville mayor apologizes for eating inside St. Louis restaurant - News Break
  • Police Say Seizing Property Without Trial Helps Keep Crime Down. A New Study Shows They’re Wrong. — ProPublica
  • $25M luxury apartments underway in Lafayette Square - KSDK
  • St. Louis developer wants to add affordable housing to north city industrial area - KSDK
  • Teachers’ union urges St. Louis Public Schools to remain virtual through end of the year - Labor Tribune

🦠 Covid19 Info

  • Tracking COVID–19 in Missouri - Chris Prener
  • Page says there is ‘simply too much virus’ to end restrictions now - stltoday.com
  • COVID Vaccine Arrives in Missouri: ‘It’s a Historic Day’ - Riverfront Times
  • St. Louis mayor says Covid–19 restrictions will stay in place ‘for a while’ - Business Journal
  • St. Louis County’s ‘Safer-At-Home’ orders extended for at least two more weeks - FOX 2

🔖 Articles of Note

🏪 Neighborhood Businesses

Al's Restaurant
Tue: 5:00 pm-9:00 pm
Bissinger's Chocolate Shoppe
Tue: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Clementine's Creamery
Tue: 12:00 pm-10:00 pm
Fields Foods
Tue: 7:00 am-10:00 pm
Maull's Barbecue Sauce
Mayo Ketchup
Tue: Closed
Smoki O's
Tue: 11:00 am-9:00 pm
Sunfarm Food Service
Tue: 8:00 am-2:00 pm pickup

🏢 Departments

🐝 Neighborhood Orgs

🐝 Related Orgs

🔗 Resources

🗓 Past Events