The Nebula response to COVID-19 continues to evolve as the CDC and City of St. Louis announce new guidelines for those who are fully vaccinated. Here’s what we’re doing to keep Nebula a safe workspace for all:
April is National Volunteer Month and as we begin to leave our houses thanks to vaccine access + that beautiful spring weather, there’s no better time to give back to your community.
The Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover will be landing on the Red Planet this week to search for signs of ancient microbial life and we’ll get to watch the rover land on Mars in real time! Well, there’s a seven-minute delay, but close enough.
After five years, our friends at Sloup are bringing back their crowdfunding + pop-up dinner events, but with a virtual twist.
Small businesses make Cherokee Street the unique and exciting district you know + love. Most of these businesses have had to shift operations due to COVID-19, but they’re still here and ready for your business!
Support some of your favorite local restaurants + try out some new flavors during Black Restaurant Week!
Small businesses are the backbone of our community + they have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19.
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.
While Cinco de Mayo celebrations won’t be happening as usual on Cherokee this year, the Cherokee Community Improvement District, Cinco De Mayo on Cherokee Street and Do314 are partnering to create a virtual celebration!
Burger 809 opened on Cherokee Street in May 2019 and has been making a name for itself by crafting food with big flavors in a small space.