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.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, adolescents made up 20 percent of the St. Louis City population in 2017; meaning there are over 62,000 young people under 18 in our city.
Occasionally, we’ll post up interviews with members of Nebula, giving the community a chance to better know folks that you may see in-and-around the space. Today, we trade notes with a member whose profession is part of a growing group of Nebula members – attorneys.
Nebula member Jake Lyonfields is spearheading an effort to call attention to the Federal Communication Commission repeal of net neutrality.
Sara Johnson, a Nebulite for about two years, recently won a contested race for Committeewoman of the City’s 9th Ward; she ran on a slate with Committeeman candidate Bryan Walsh and both are now set to serve in their new roles. Johnson lives nearby, in Benton Park West, with her
During the past half-decade, Edward Domain’s life has changed, dramatically and often. In 2012, he moved to St. Louis after winning an Arch Grant. In 2013, he was involved in a near-fatal taxi accident, one that saw eventually lock horns in a very public battle with the St. Louis Metro
For the past few weeks, yoga teacher Constance Steinkamp has hosted Reboot, a 50-minute, mid-week refresh session, held on Wednesday mornings at 8 a.m. The class is a free perk for Nebulites, allowing them engage their mind, body and breath in the Events Space. “I would say that Reboot is
If you’ve got light on in your office or workspace at Nebula, or if you’re phone’s charging smoothly while plugged into the wall, you can thank the efforts of Mark Pannebecker, the co-working facility’s electrician and that of South Side Spaces, generally. A resident of the Cherokee neighborhood, Pannebecker’s been
Sarah Berkowitz runs Do314.com, an online events calendar that’s tied into a national network of such sites, DoStuff Media. As a mission, Do314 ties St. Louisans into what’s happening around town, frequently offering giveaways and chances to win tickets to the best stuff happening that week/month. And, every-now-and-again, the site’s
Over the past decade, ukuleles have enjoyed a renaissance, of sorts. It’s not unusual to find them in a variety of live and recordings experiences anymore. And folks that have experience with other stringed instruments are usually quick to pick up some skills on ukes. Adria Nicole, however, enjoys teaching