The sixth annual Cherokee Street Thanksgiving is kicking off at 5pm on Tuesday, Nov. 20th at 2720 Cherokee.
You’ve probably heard mentions of a new Cherokee Street event this month, Spookapalooza. Luckily, we had the opportunity to interview the one making it all happen, Nanyamka Ewing. Ewing gave us a peek into what we should expect at the first Spookapalooza and why Cherokee Street is the perfect home
Today, we discuss with an influential community member, Jason Spencer a.k.a. Killer Napkins. Jason started out drawing creepy monsters as a kid and now has an expansive array of artwork throughout the St. Louis area.
This Friday, June 29th Cherokee Street will experience, Cherokee Street Gallery’s inaugural art opening, “Messages from Mercury” from 6pm to 10pm. The show will feature artwork by the gallery’s founder, Benjamin Lowder.
This weekend support the Cherokee Street community and the local beer scene by volunteering for IndiHop this Saturday, June 2nd on Cherokee Street and in the Grove!
If you think back to the first camping/outdoors shop you experienced, it may very well have been a cramped environment, stuffed with stock from ceiling-to-floor. More current iterations of this retail experience might’ve lost the clutter, but there’s an overwhelming amount of merchandise.
Every so often, a business will move just a few doors down, but with that resettlement causing an impact that affects every aspect of its existence. So it is for Earthbound Beer, which recently slid a few doors down, from a cozy, shotgun space 2710 Cherokee to an expansive one
One of the newest businesses to take root on Cherokee is teatopia, which is now operating in the slender storefront at 2619½ Cherokee. It was last home to The Little Dipper (since moved to The Fortune). The building enjoyed another tea house concept just prior to that business, with Smalls.
Three artists affiliated with Cherokee’s beloved wine-and-pizza spot, Yaqui’s, will be combining talents for a group show entitled “Public Relations.” The event’s set for Saturday, February 18, running from 6-10 p.m. at 2600 Cherokee; a post-reception gathering will move just down the street, to the block’s newest bar (and burger
The 2600 block of Cherokee just got even more awesome. Between our Cherokee entrance and Buttonmakers, there are two new independent businesses with a local focus. You can now pick up local craft beer from Saint Louis Hop Shop, which opened in May, and support job training for the homeless by grabbing a cinnamon