⏳ STLduJour(nal) - 2021-134-AM Edition

Yesterday’s News 📰 - Today’s Events 📆 - Tomorrow’s Topics 🗣

Events 📆

Full Board of Aldermen Meeting

  • Enterprise Center increasing capacity in time for Blues playoffs - FOX 2
  • Grant’s Farm to reopen May 28 with new parking reservation policy - FOX 2
  • Grant’s Farm announces reopening date - KSDK
  • What to expect at Grant’s Farm’s reopening - FOX 2

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Restaurants 🍲

  • Any suggestions for some Bosnian places/restaurant? - r/StLouis
  • Ask George: How will local restaurants be impacted by Missouri eliminating federal unemployment benefits? - St. Louis Magazine
  • Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions reopens in new Maplewood space with expanded offerings - St. Louis Magazine
  • Edera Italian Eatery Serves up Magic in the Central West End - Riverfront Times

DIY 🪓

Sustainability ♻️

  • Bill that looks to aid Missouri’s transition away from coal power clears legislature on eve of session finale - stltoday.com
  • Bill to speed Evergy, Ameren’s move to clean energy wins Missouri legislative approval - Missouri Independent

Wildlife 🦝

  • Here’s the 2021 cicada outlook for Missouri - KSDK

STL99 😱

  • Clean-Energy Loans Trapped Black Homeowners in Debt. The Legislature Just Started Trying to Fix the Problem. - ProPublica
  • Rise in tick-borne disease in Midwest due to relocation, climate change says study - FOX 2

STL100 💯

  • New program would provide services, versus jail, for mentally ill - MetroSTL.com

History 🦕

  • How the growth in St. Louis suburbs exploded after World War II - stltoday.com

Neighborhoods 🏡

DotGov 🏛

LocalGov 🏛

  • Dale Glass resigns as Corrections Commissioner - stlamerican.com
  • Eureka mayor announces city facilities won’t require masks, social distancing - KSDK
  • Public Library expands hours, time for patrons - MetroSTL.com
  • St. Louis hires outside law firm on ex-employee’s discrimination suit against comptroller - stltoday.com
  • St. Louis, St. Louis County to announce new joint health order after CDC says vaccinated people can largely ditch masks - stltoday.com
  • St. Louis, St. Louis County to announce updated health guidelines Friday - KSDK

MoGov 🏛

  • In final days of Missouri’s legislative session, dueling COVID liability bills surface - Missouri Independent
  • Legislature passes reforms to energy program that came under fire - The St. Louis Business Journal
  • Medicaid provider taxes imperiled as compromise on abortion issues eludes lawmakers - Missouri Independent
  • Missouri Lawmakers Approve Reforms to Controversial Clean-Energy Loan Program - ProPublica
  • Missouri lawmakers close to approving bill targeting protesters who block traffic - MetroSTL.com
  • Missouri lawmakers close to passing bill targeting protesters, cities that cut police budget - Missouri Independent
  • Missouri lawmakers on the brink of passing bill to collect taxes on online sales - Missouri Independent
  • Missouri lawmakers pass bill to limit police use of chokeholds - FOX 2
  • Missouri lawmakers take steps to regulate religious boarding schools - stltoday.com
  • Missouri lawmakers vote to keep lottery winners secret - stltoday.com
  • Missouri passes bill to limit police use of chokeholds, sending it to Parson’s desk - KSDK
  • Missouri Senate approves bill seeking to nullify federal gun laws - Missouri Independent
  • Parson abandons plan to expand Medicaid in Missouri - stlamerican.com
  • Parson abandons plans to implement voter-approved Medicaid expansion - MetroSTL.com
  • Push for disclosure of Missouri medical marijuana records runs into veto threat - Missouri Independent

Covid19 Info 🦠

  • CDC announces fully vaccinated people can largely ditch masks indoors - FOX 2
  • CDC to say vaccinated people can ditch masks indoors in many instances: AP source - FOX 2
  • Free Vaccines Offered at Busch Stadium for All People Age 12 and Older - Riverfront Times
  • Illinois to ease COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings, businesses, Gov. Pritzker says - stltoday.com
  • Illinois moving to ‘Bridge Phase’ Friday, could fully reopen in June - KSDK
  • St. Louis clinics report participation boost as Pfizer eligibility opens to younger teens - KSDK
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🔖 Articles of Note

🏪 Neighborhood Businesses

2nd Shift Brewing
Thu: 2:00 pm-8:00 pm
Curbside
Alta Calle
Thu: 11:00 am-10:00 pm
Takeout
Anthonino's Taverna
Thu: 11:00 am-10:00 pm
Reservations
Bertarelli Cutlery Open
Chicago Grill
Thu: 10:00 am-10:00 pm
Takeout
Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Company
Thu: 10:00 am-4:00 pm
Curbside
Cunetto House of Pasta
Thu: 11:00 am-9:00 pm
Open
Dad's Cookie Company
Thu: 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Open
DiGregorio's Italian Market
Thu: 8:00 am-5:30 pm
Curbside
Dunaway Books
Thu: 11:00 am-7:00 pm
Curbside

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