Local Maplewood coffee shop Foundation Grounds hosts their first-ever open-mic event Sept. 1, ringing in the fall season.
A supportive audience, full of applause ready for each talent, encourages a performer recently at Maplewood’s Foundation Grounds.
Students, faculty and staff members at Missouri Baptist University gathered on Aug. 21 to view the total solar eclipse, a remarkable experience which has not occurred in the United States for 38 years.
Students with their special glasses on expecting the “Great American Eclipse,” which lasted about 45 seconds.
The aroma of freshly brewed coffee and mouthwatering danishes baked daily, paired with the wood grained table tops and low lit environment that is VB Chocolate Bar, make for the perfect escape for both friendly conversations and business meetings alike.
Calvary Church employees Larry Loraine (left) and Caleb Carlson (right) spend the afternoon working in their second office, VB Chocolate Bar.
Equestrian riders of all ages come to Kraus Farms for lessons, practice or simple one-on-one interaction with their own or leased horses.
Autumn Hernandez, 16, rounds a barrel full speed on her horse, Chief, at Kraus Farms Equestrian Center.