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Local college educator is author of new book

Terrell Carter is a man of many talents. He is an art instructor at St. Louis Community College-Wildwood, a theologist, a senior pastor in his church and a burgeoning author. Carter’s latest book is, “The Lord Gave Me This: Understanding Historic Leadership Development Practices of the Black Church to Prepare Tomorrow’s Leaders.”

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PLACES Miriam Academy, the only non-sectarian high school in the area for students with learning disabilities, opened this fall with an inaugural class of 14 freshmen. The school is currently located at Parkway United Church of Christ, 2841 North Ballas Road in Town & Country. Miriam Academy will hold an open house with school tours on Sunday, Nov. 13. • ...

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Blo Dry Bar opens first area franchise

Blo Dry Bar, the world’s largest blow dry bar franchise, has opened its first St. Louis area location at 1644 Clarkson Road in Chesterfield, in the Chesterfield Oaks Shopping Center. Locally owned and operated by Tanya Popp, Blo Dry Bar offers a menu of hairstyling options, along with makeup services. Blo St. Louis is open Monday through Friday from 9 ...

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Business Briefs- July 27

Parkside Grille

PLACES Owner and Certified Medical Nail Technician Denise Baich has launched Pedicure Plus, a luxury natural nail care suite located inside SALONsalon at 15480 Clayton Road in Ballwin.  The salon, which has earned an official Safe Salon Certification through the use of an autoclave and other aseptic techniques, specializes in nail care services for clients with chronic health conditions who ...

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Marc Cox, a Wildwood resident and Ward 4 city councilmember, now hosts “The Marc Cox Show” weekdays from noon-3 p.m. on FM NewsTalk 97.1 [KFTK]. Cox has hosted a Sunday evening show on the station since 2010.

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PLACES Owner Cathy Pauley recently launched Papillon Perennials, a full-service garden center located at 2906 Ossenfort Road in Wildwood, the former location of Gilberg Perennial Farm. Pauley, who has over 25 years of industry experience, is a former manager of greenhouse operations at the Missouri Botanical Garden and has spent her career studying, growing and maintaining perennials from the St. ...

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