Just outside of Nebula’s Cherokee-facing door, sandwiched between Teatopia and renovation-in-progress 2616 Cherokee, are two new businesses – Butter Love Skin, and Restyled by Izzy. Each of these small, independent, women-owned businesses are celebrating their first brick-and-mortar locations. La’Crassia Wilderness, owner of Butter Love Skin, celebrated her grand opening at 2608 Cherokee on June 10th. […]
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. Many of these businesses are even paying […]
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. 1. Choose a workspace that is just for work and free of distractions. It’s hard to focus when your pile of laundry is […]
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. Both the Nebula and 4 Hands team were impressed by both their passion for making very delicious Filipino BBQ but also The Fattened Caf’s mission to combine […]
4 Hands + Nebula are now accepting applications for the City Wide Pils Scholarship! Each year, 4 Hands Brewing Company contributes a portion of the funds raised by sales of their City Wide Pils to help foster the City of St. Louis. $1 of each case of City Wide Pils is donated to a scholarship […]
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! We caught up with her to find out more about her work with Do314 and […]
We’re big fans of breakfast here at Nebula, so of course we couldn’t be more excited to have another breakfast option within walking distance. Here’s some info about our newest Cherokee Street favorite, Morning Glory Diner.
Buttermilk biscuits have arrived on Cherokee Street! You may have heard of our newest neighbors, Red Oak Biscuits, and their buttermilk biscuits as they’ve been serving them up in the Downtown West neighborhood since July 2017. They recently made the move to Cherokee Street, relocating to the space formerly occupied by The Blue Pearl, and […]