The Nebula response to COVID-19 continues to evolve as the City of St. Louis announces new guidelines for indoor mask usage in light of the spread of the delta variant. Here’s what we’re doing to keep Nebula a safe workspace for all:
To slow the spread of COVID-19, the CDC now recommends the use of cloth face coverings in public, where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. In response, local businesses have adapted and are now focusing on producing non-medical masks to support our community through this pandemic.
If you’ve walked through the first-floor lobby recently, you may have noticed a new face at the front desk. Meet our newest Nebula team member, Gracie Dicker!
Getting back to work after the holidays is tough, but Nebula is here to help! We want 2020 to be your year, so here are a few of our workday productivity hacks.
By now, you’ve probably noticed new art installations along Cherokee Street and inside some of your favorite shops and restaurants. Those pieces are a part of Counterpublic, a triennial public art exhibition presented by The Luminary. Counterpublic will run through July 13th in over 20 venues in and around Cherokee
Nebula is excited to partner with our friends at Cherokee Street, EFS Energy, and Earthbound Beer to bring you Cherokee Street Trashy Hour, an event that combines beautifying the streets and happy hour!
Meet Nebula members, Darren and Charlene Young. The couple founded a South City favorite, The Fattened Caf and won the Nebula and City Wide Pils Scholarship in 2018.
4 Hands + Nebula are now accepting applications for the City Wide Pils Scholarship!
What started as a somewhat secret event of filming live music performances over the course of a day 7 years ago, has turned into one of Cherokee Street’s most cherished events.
We thought we’d celebrate 314 day by highlighting one of our members whose work celebrates all the Lou has to offer. Sarah Berkowitz of Do314 has been a Nebula member since 2012 and is one of our longest standing members!