Storefront: 1.3.18

neat idea
Those who need a little help getting their ducks—and drawers—in a row will appreciate NEAT Method St. Louis, a company that helps busy people organize their homes. Nicole Loiterstein opened the first local location this fall, designing custom spaces and systems to help clients banish clutter. NEAT Method is in 35 U.S. markets and has been featured in publications like Real Simple and Architectural Digest.

new take on giving
Social responsibility is part of the culture at Big River Running Company, a locally owned running apparel and accessory retailer with three locations in the St. Louis area. The company has launched a new charitable giving program, Big River Gives Back, which donates 10 percent of branded merchandise sales to area charities. St. Vincent Home for Children was the first recipient, accepting a donation of new shoes and socks for teens in residential treatment.

birthday bird
Joe Edwards’ downtown Flamingo Bowl recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. The Art Deco-style venue includes a bowling lounge, food and drink service, and private event spaces. It’s known for its colorful neon sign on Washington Avenue.

Dr. Richard Moore of The Lifestyle Center has opened The Edge for Men, specializing in restorative services to help men age gracefully. It’s located at 10289 Clayton Road, next door to The Lifestyle Center, and offers services like body sculpting, hair restoration, laser hair removal, and treatments for low testosterone, erectile dysfunction and hormonal imbalances.


on course
St. Louis entrepreneurs Kim Tuttle, Kari Schindehette and Jacque Bardgett have launched Motherputter, a line of fashionable golfwear for women. The collection is American-made and includes dresses, shirts, skirts, vests, hats, accessories and more, in edgy patterns and styles. It’s being introduced through online shopping parties and pop-up events.