Paste lists Nebula as one of the top 50 coworking spaces in the US

Pop culture lifestyle magazine Paste compiled a list of the 50 Coolest Coworking Spaces Across The Country and Nebula made the list as the only space in Missouri. Their selection criteria noted “The brightest voices are those joined together in pursuit of possibility and inclusivity,” “Standouts are the ones offering
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Neighborhood Profile: Whisk: A Sustainable Bakeshop

One of the great things about Nebula’s location is close proximity to a variety of St. Louis’ most-interesting food-and-beverage purveyors. Among them is Whisk: A Sustainable Bakeshop, located just east of a Nebula at 2201 Cherokee. Proprietor Kaylen Wissinger’s at the shop ’round the clock, it seems, whether baking, working
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Pikazo Moves to Schoolhouse

Pikazo is among the first businesses to move to the Schoolhouse, a complementary office complex to the nearby Nebula. Here, Amy VanDonsel, Program Manager of Pikazo, discusses both the history of that project, which had been headquartered at Nebula, and the company’s move to the former St. Matthew’s Schoolhouse, 3449
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Member Profile: Sara Johnson

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
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Member Profile: Ellie Balk

These days, Ellie Balk splits time between St. Louis and New York City, finding work and inspiration in both locales. “I built my career in New York and was there for 12 years,” she says. “Here, I’ve lived for almost two years; it’ll be two in October. The work is
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Neighborhood Spotlight: VISTA Ramen

With a small number of weeks of service now behind them, the owners and workers at VISTA Ramen no longer operate the newest restaurant in St. Louis. But they remain as the closest, newest, ramen-centric restaurant that can be seen from Nebula’s side door. (Really; that fact is indisputable.) A
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Scenes from the People’s Joy Parade Fundraiser

Scenes from the Back Alley Rally for The People’s Joy Parade. Thanks to Schlafly Beer, Méxcla Restaurant, Cinco de Mayo St. Louis, Jennifer Callen, Anne McCullough, Ellie Balk, David Godbout, Mikey Wehling and everyone that came out. Together we raised over $500! 100% will go towards the creation of the
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Member Profile: Mark Pannebecker

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
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Summer Camps on Cherokee

What summer camp did you go to? Was it a sleepaway camp next to a lake, with canoeing and arts & crafts? Or maybe you were a drama nerd who went away for an intensive theater production; a musician or artist who gained exposure to new techniques over a week’s time,
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