Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith is taking his expertise from the baseball field to the doctor’s office. The former St. Louis Cardinals shortstop is partnering with IMAC Regeneration Center to open a regenerative outpatient medical clinic at 13353 Olive Blvd. that focuses on nonsurgical treatments and therapies. The Ozzie Smith IMAC Regeneration Center, opening May 10, offers a natural approach to treating issues like arthritis, joint and back pain, soft tissue and ligament damage, and movement-restricting health challenges for all ages and athletes of all skill levels.
K. Hall Designs is testing out California customers with a pop-up shop at Fashion Island in Newport Beach. It’s the first store outside the Midwest for the high-end bath, body and home fragrance line based in St. Louis.
Be on the lookout for another fun shopping destination on Clayton Road. Tamara Netsch is opening Shine Boutique this month at 9811 Clayton Road, featuring fun items like scarves, handbags and jewelry, as well as monogramming services. The store will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Sallie Home is now even bigger and better! The luxury home decor store recently took over its neighboring space, formerly MACS Designs. To celebrate the expansion, owner Sallie Kramer held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and cocktail party that featured artist Harrison Howard and his limited edition giclee prints.
The Service Bureau is hosting a Bird Dog Bay trunk show 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 13 at its store at 9773 Clayton Road. It’s the only local shop to carry the line of upscale men’s accessories, which include ties and bowties, boxers, socks, dress shirts, cufflinks and more.