News & Events

Clements Lock & Security Opens as a Bar

“As the sun goes down, a neon “BAR” sign bathes the space in a vibrant, after-hours glow, signaling the transition to a unique evening destination that beckons patrons on Cherokee and beyond.” writes Rebecca Davis for Feast Magazine. “Clements’ bar is officially open on Thursday evenings but sticks to these hours loosely. During the day, […]

Butter Love Skin & Restyled by Izzy Move to Cherokee

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. […]

Remembering Bredon Jones

Bredon Jones was a multi-talented musician, programmer, connector, creative, and genuinely kind and thoughtful human. He lent his musical talents to many St. Louis bands and his technical talents to multiple businesses he was involved with. He was one of Nebula’s earliest members – setting up an office for his web development company Efeqdev (which […]

New Artwork by Jason Hanson

Artist Jason Hanson recently installed three large-scale paintings in Nebula – one at the top of the back stairs from the loading dock and two at the bottom of the front stairs to the basement. His work is big, bold, colorful, and offers a portal to wholeness, shining light on sex, sex workers, kink, trans […]

Meet Drew Noblot

Drew is the new Director of Operations at Nebula. He has lots of experience managing and growing small non-profit organizations, most recently at Care and Counseling – a mental health services organization, and Missouri Health Care for All – which advocates for universal health care. Prior to that Drew worked overseas for 5 years, first […]

Major Upgrades Planned for Love Bank Park

After seven years of planning, gathering community input, and applying for grants, the Cherokee Street Community Improvement District (CID), which operates out of Nebula, announced plans to break ground in spring 2023 on a $1.2 million project to upgrade Love Bank Park on Cherokee Street. Read more on NextSTL.

Q + A with Devonna Smith

This past year has certainly brought us some unique challenges, but it’s also introduced us to some wonderful new members who have quickly become big parts of our community here at Nebula. Take some time to get to know one of them on the blog today! Devonna not only started her Nebula membership during the pandemic, […]