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Business News: Art Institute to Hold Grand Opening Celebration

School is among the first businesses to open up at the Streets of St. Charles project.

  • The Art Institute of St. Louis will host a grand opening celebration at noon July 24. Classes started at the school on July 9. The school is among the first businesses to open in the Streets of St. Charles project, along with the Wamhoff Financial Services. In addition, Tucanos Churrascaria and Prasino and Five Guys Burgers and Fries are three restaurants which are expected to open in the project. 
  • approved a liquor license for Nick's Pub, which will be located at 2865 Veterans Memorial Parkway, in the former Lone Star Steakhouse and Saloon.
  • The St. Charles City Council on July 10 upheld the decision of the City Landmarks Board to deny Rudge Gilman's application to install white vinyl windows replacement windows on the second floor of his building at 204 North Main Street. Gilman replaced the windows without first getting approval from the Landmarks Board, which is required in the historic district. The Landmarks Board  found the windows he installed to be inappropriate size and and not historically accurate and denied his application. Rudge appealed to the City Council, which upheld the decision, which means the windows would have to be replaced. 
  • Linda Wilmes, an artist whose work can be seen at on Main Street, will offer drawing and acrylic painting courses this fall at St. Peters Art Centre and at Wilmes Fine Art Studio in Wentzville. For more information visit www.lindawilmesart.com or call 636-397-6903.

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