Thursday, May 5, 2011
The Clayton event featured the unveiling of Gerard Tsutakawa's sculpture “Uzumaki Curve,” and a portion of restaurant sales benefited the Clayton Century Foundation.
The Crescent Plaza Sidewalk Soiree held Wednesday evening in Clayton attracted a large crowd of people who showed up to see the unveiling of Gerard Tsutakawa’s sculpture Uzumaki Curve and find out about businesses in the neighborhood. “It's a real honor to have such a great piece of art by a renowned artist here, and we're so glad to add this to our collection of public art,” Mayor Linda Goldstein said. The block party-style event ran from 5 to 8 p.m. with businesses opening their doors to the public and inviting them inside to see their wares and services, sample food and mingle. “I think that events like this, where people can sample our food, come in and visit our establishments, just give people an opportunity to get to know us, visit …
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
It happened Tuesday morning downtown.
Artist Gerard Tsutakawa got to work Tuesday morning in Clayton as his new sculpture, Uzumaki Curve, made its debut downtown. A crane lifted the artwork out of a wooden box and transported it over to a pedestal next to the condominiums in Carondelet Plaza. An unveiling is planned during an outdoor celebration Wednesday night. To see the sculpture put in place, watch the video attached to this article.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch presents House Prowl, a weekly feature dedicated to showcasing a variety of homes for sale in the community.
You're not the only one with spring cleaning on the brain. This week in House Prowl, our ongoing real estate feature, Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch has the scoop on five properties for sale in the community that have been gussied up for your viewing pleasure. Prospective buyers can check out each of the locations pictured in the slideshow this weekend at open houses. Details on the homes can be found on Realtor.com's pages for Clayton and Richmond Heights.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch offers up five St. Louis homes to view this Saturday and Sunday.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Jeff Brandt
Thursday, March 3, 2011
Although it's technically still winter for a couple more weeks—and while some frosty nights lie ahead—we at Clayton-Richmond Heights Patch would like to think that arriving the beginning of the month in which spring begins is worth celebrating. We invite you to stop by a few open houses in Clayton this first weekend in March. Details on all five properties can be found by going to Realtor.com.