This blog post has been edited to correct an error in reference to GameStop.
Here's a list of updates on several local businesses, some temporarily closed, some moving to new locations and a few new restaurants in the mix too.
El Torero, located at 1740 Broadway, has been closed for several weeks for remodeling and maintenance. It will remain closed another month, according to Alejandro Jimenez. The restaurant will re-open once renovations are complete, he said.
Asian Express will open next week at 1001 Broadway in the former Blimpie building. Owner Bi Xing Liu also operates Chan's on Kingshighway.
Penn Station East Coast Subs will open in Nov. 8 at 127 Siemers Drive, Suite 102, in Cape Girardeau according to a business license filed with the city. The sandwich shop will be operated by Pennso Inc. of Paducah, Ky. The Penn Station franchise has restaurants in 11 states across the country.
Rico's restaurant featuring soups, salads and sandwiches will open at 205 S. Kingshighway, Suite A, on Oct. 15, according to a business license filed with the city.
The restaurant is owned by Terry Starnes and will be managed by Shawna Watson, both of Cape Girardeau.
GameStop, which sells new and used video games and player systems, is opening a new location at 127 Siemers Drive, Suite 101. GameStop will open at its new location, Oct. 23, according to a business license filed with the city. The West Park Mall GameStop will remain open.
Campus Tees will open at 817 Broadway on Nov. 1, according to a business license filed with the city. The t-shirt sales and screen printing company is owned by Todd Rapp and Andrew Steger of Jackson.
Riverfront Art Supply has opened at 5 N. Main Street, owned by Linda Cartier of Jackson, according to a business license filed with the city. The store features art materials as well as artwork.