show time! | Show Stoppers of St. Louis, an all-volunteer cast of 40 singers and dancers, will debut its latest musical review at Clayton High school with performances Aug. 6, 7, 12, and 13. The shows will benefit Barnes-Jewish Foundation and the Siteman Cancer Center. To book a ticket online, visit at stlss.booktix.com.
Know an amazing teacher who could use some recognition? It’s not too late to enter the Hoffmann Brothers 2023 “Nominate a Teacher” campaign. Students and community members are invited to submit nominations through the end of the month. The winner will have their Amazon classroom wish list paid for by the company. To nominate a teacher, visit hoffmannbros.com/nominate.
Great Rivers Greenway’s Brickline Greenway project received another boost. The project was awarded $15 million from the State of Missouri Capital Improvement Budget for 2024. The initiative plans to connect St. Louis’ most treasured places, linking 14 St. Louis neighborhoods as well as Forest Park, Gateway Arch National Park, Fairground Park, Tower Grove Park and more.
Local physical therapist Joanne Macza has invented a new tool for physical therapy. The s•weggy was specifically designed to create more mobilization of the sacrum, a shield-shaped bony structure located at the base of the lumbar vertebrae and connected to the pelvis. To learn more, visit boutiquephysio.com.
foster homes needed!
Cats and dogs are more quickly entering the doors of the Animal Protective Association of Missouri than the nonprofit can find homes for them. It is asking the community to help by temporarily fostering animals. If you can foster an animal, please visit the APA’s website at apamo.org or call 314.645.4610.