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.
Wow! We received an overwhelming response to the City Wide Pils Scholarship from so many deserving St. Louis businesses, organizations, non-profits, business concepts all kicking ass and taking names.
Thank you to all that applied! Nebula and 4 Hands are currently reviewing nominations. We’ll be in touch in June, so keep an eye on your inbox! Questions? Email us at email@example.com.
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
Going foward, we’ll highlight quite a number of Nebula members in this space, but today we’ll sing the praises of Tommy Halloran, a musician of considerable talent and a very active gig schedule. This week, Nebula’s Third Friday Happy Hour will be held from 5-7 p.m., featuring the songs-and-skills of
What’s the short version of Foam’s history, including any twists-and-turns in programming and menu? Foam was opened by Mike Glodeck on October 30th, 2009. I started working there as a barista and bar tender later that year. I quickly took over booking and promotions because DIY music is where my
Recently, with the release of the latest edition of the St. Louis Blues Society’s “BluesLetter,” Mary Kaye Tonnies and Jeremy Segel-Moss sat in their new basement office at Nebula. Together, they folded hundreds of the issue’s copies for mailing. About 300 members get the informative newsletter sent to them, and
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