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Learning to sew at eight years old by her Grandma, Annie Bisone has always had a passion for sewing and fashion, “All through high school and college, I made all my own clothes and shoes,” said Bisone. Her brand Lala Workshop, stemmed from wanting to create clothing she wasn’t seeing anywhere else. Not only are Bisone’s pieces fashionably unique, but also sustainable, “I reclaim fabric from whats leftover post production from design houses thats high quality. And then with the limited quantities I have I build and construct a fabric,” said Bisone. For over 10 years, Bisone also worked on a gender neutral children’s clothing line, “I kind of had a short little window of time, where I was patterning up for a wider audience because my son was getting older so I didn’t just want to keep making children’s clothes, said Bisone.

Meet the Artists behind the St.Louis Art Fair

Lily Kleinhenz, Ana Mitreva, and Alison Booth September 14, 2022

The St. Louis Art Fair was another success this year. The 3-day fair which took place in Downtown Clayton on September 9-11th drew in artists from across the country as well as several local artists....

BUDS: New Floral Shop opens up in Downtown Clayton

BUDS: New Floral Shop opens up in Downtown Clayton

Located at the intersection of Hanley and Wydown resides a new flower shop– BUDS, opened by shop owner Tony Montano on July 29, 2022. Montano’s shop specializes in unique, hard-to-find flowers in lush...

Photo by Lily Kleinhenz

Mail Fraud: Sweeps Clayton

Ivy Reed, Alex Slen, and Owen Auston-Babcock May 20, 2022

Clayton Police Department received the first report at the end of January. Five weeks later, around 40 more individuals and businesses had reported incidents of mail fraud. “Since the beginning...

Hanley and Wydown

Hanley and Wydown

Ivy Slen, Reporter May 8, 2022

  At the corner of Wydown and Hanley sits a vacant building, an empty patio, and pedestrians passing by. Before August of 2021, the corner on Wydown and Hanley was a bustling spot for middle schoolers...

New school board member Christine Win.

Christine Win

Sofia Mutis, Page Editor April 25, 2022

Christine Win, a newly elected Clayton School District Board Member, has a passion for mental health education and advocacy. “When I was an undergrad at WashU, there was still a lot of stigma around...

 Bush Stadium

Adam Olsen

Riley Kerley April 5, 2022

  Adam Olsen grew up in Green Bay, WI, and several locations in Upper Michigan. Growing up in a sports-crazy town like Green Bay made him become very aware of the professional sports world and...

A train departs the Clayton MetroLink station.

Public Transportation in St. Louis

Ivy Reed, Editor-in-Chief March 28, 2022

Every day, Taulby Roach takes the Metro blue line home from work. To other Metro riders, he is any other commuter; few know that he’s coming home from a day of running the public transit system. Roach...

Golf course in Forest Park.

The History of Black Golf in St. Louis

Zoe Daniels-Sankey, Reporter March 15, 2022

Though Forest Park is known for its well established ruban park and outdoor recreation, there is surprisingly a lot to be said about its sports history, particularly the story behind its golfing history. The...

Landscape photo of the St. Louis Arch up against the sky.

Fentanyl in St. Louis

Alex Slen, Editor-in-Chief March 7, 2022

Kenjo Bell decided she did not want to die anymore. “I realized I had no one to blame. Everything I had been through was a reflection of my decision-making. I knew I longer wanted to be who I was but...

People proudly singing the Ukrainian national anthem as they walk to the pavilion in Frontier Park.

‘Slava Ukraini! Heroiam slava!’

Isabel Erdmann and Lily Kleinhenz March 6, 2022

Wind whipped the bright yellow and blue Ukrainian flags through the air as we walked alongside the Missouri River in Old Town, St. Charles. The sense of Ukrainian pride enveloped the march as the chant...

The store, situated on the corner of Forsyth and Central, closed its doors for the last time Feb. 25.

A Farewell to World News

Isabel Erdmann, Managing Editor March 2, 2022

World News has been a beloved and established location in the Clayton community for years. In January it was announced in a Facebook post that World News would be closing after fifty-five years of business...

The CHS library, a popular place to sit during free periods. This space will be the next to see updates in the CHS building.

New Library, New Opportunities

Alison Booth, Reporter February 24, 2022

“We were in the process of starting [the renovation]. And then [Dr. Sean Doherty] said, I'm retiring. And I was like, no, please don't leave this hanging again,” said Lauran DeRigne, the library media...

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