The Insider

The Insider: 2.26.20

Revel Kitchen is trying to go even greener … and not by using more veggies. They now package their juice in eco-friendly pouches, which cost less for customers: a win-win. And it’s the perfect time for owner Simon Lusky to introduce Black Magic, a juice made with the super trending ingredient activated charcoal (pictured at top).

Not your Scout cookie!
Want a treat that is not a Trefoil, Samoa or Thin Mint right now? This one might help relieve stress, anxiety, and aches and pains, too! The husband and wife duo behind locally owned CBD Kratom (with 30 locations in the StL, Chicago, Houston and Dallas) has come out with their latest: CBD caramels. Available in nine flavors. Yum!

Local boutique Paperdolls has freshened up its Ballwin location. It recently opened its doors again at 14418 Clayton Road after a complete renovation of the design and layout.

Congrats are in order for Grand Center Inc.! This month, it received the Creative Community Award from the Missouri Arts Council in Jefferson City. The nonprofit was honored for its efforts to revitalize and promote the Grand Center Arts District.

T&S columnist Dr. Tim Jordan has put his wisdom in writing once again for his sixth book, She Leads: A Practical Guide for Raising Girls Who Advocate, Influence and Lead. It is meant to provide parents with practical advice on instilling leadership qualities in their daughters ages 8 to 17. Available March 1 on Amazon, in bookstores and at

beeZbee CBD Caramels
Dr. Tim Jordan