Saturday, April 27, 2013
The following cases were reported by Creve Coeur Police between April 14-20.
April 19 Police say a person was arrested for attempting to obtain a controlled substance from CVS Pharmacy. April 18 April 17 April 16 Three feet of copper tubing from a sprinkler system from 11630 Studt Ave. April 15 April 14 A satellite TV receiver was stolen from a vehicle parked at Applebees.
Friday, November 2, 2012
The company is giving away 100 Free movie passes, starting Monday morning.
The AMC Theatre chain is ready to unveil the tenth theatre in the oountry equipped with a "Dine-in" concept, at the West Olive 16 theatre in Creve Coeur Monday. The company has reduced seating in each of the 16 theatres to create two experiences to cater to audiences looking for a comfortable seat and a little more than the traditional popcorn and soda menu, including alcoholic beverages. Fork & Screen® theatres are open to customers 18 or older, except when a parent or guardian is present. Cinema Suites® theatres are open to customers who are 21 or older. The theatre will check for identification, regardless of your age. Will the increased food experience detract from watching the movie. Or to put it in Hollywood parlance, would this be a…
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Ordinance received first round reading at Monday night's Creve Coeur City Council meeting.
A corporate representative for AMC Theatres told Creve Coeur City Council members Monday that, if approved, a project to bring the company's in-theatre dining concepts to the West Olive 16 location could be in place in time for the Christmas holiday movie season. George Patterson, a Senior Vice President for AMC addressed the council Monday. The project has already been endorsed by city staff and the Planning and Zoning Commission. Patterson assured council members about the steps the company has taken in bringing the meal concept, which includes alcohol, to other locations around the country, including "carding" all patrons. The dine-in scenarios would mean a makeover for each seating area. Fewer, more comfortable chairs, a digital film …
Monday, April 16, 2012
The city panel meets Monday at 7 p.m.
Creve Coeur Planning and Zoning Commission members are scheduled to hold a public hearing Monday night on plans for AMC Theatre to bring the company's "Dine-In" concepts, known as "Cinema Suites" and "Fork & Screen" to the St. Louis ara. Both concepts involve shrinking the capacity for movie-goers in each theatre. "Cinema Suites" would only be open to patrons 21 and older. "Fork & Screen" audiences would have to be accompanied by someone 18 or older. City staff recommends approval of the proposal under the following conditions: 1. The Conditional Use Permit shall be for the operation of 55,000 square foot 16 screen, AMC theater with full service dining, at 12657 Olive Boulevard. 2. Maximum theatre seating permitted is limited to 1035. 3…
Friday, April 6, 2012
AT&T, AMC and La Bonne Bouchee have plans for Creve Coeur
The city's Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing April 16 on the AMC West Olive theatre's request for a conditional use permit to allow for in-theater dining. And we're not just talking about popcorn and soda. While AMC officials declined comment, it appears Creve Coeur is slated for the chain's first attempt in St. Louis to deliver a "Fork & Screen" experience. The application for the permit says "In-theatre dining provides a unique opportunity to combine the entertainment of movie going with th convenience of a dining experience." Check out the accompanying YouTube clip for a look. The concept has been around for more than a decade at other AMC locations. In the scenario up for discussion here, the number of seats …