Posted by Anne McCullough on April 11, 2017 | Comments Off on Cherokee-Lemp History Walk
The Cherokee-Lemp Special Business District is excited to announce the return of the Cherokee-Lemp History Walk, taking place on April 23rd, 11am to 4pm. History Walk events will take place both inside businesses and out on the sidewalks and available lots of Cherokee Street East of Jefferson Avenue.
As one of St. Louis’ most beautiful and well-preserved historic districts we are looking forward to showcasing Antique Row’s unique legacy and architecture.
- Take advantage of a free trolley ride, featuring an educational tour by local historian Nini Harris.
Posted by Anne McCullough on April 10, 2017 | Comments Off on Partnering to build a strong, inclusive community…
We are writing to ask you to join us in the movement to strengthen our community. As a leader in the “Employment and Business Development” sector, we want to work with you on the development and implementation of the Gravois-Jefferson Historic Neighborhoods Plan, a community-based planning process for the area defined by Gravois on the north, Meramec on the south, Grand on the west and Jefferson on the east.
Cherokee Street Development League, The City of St. Louis & The New Balance Foundation are building a playground!
Posted by Anne McCullough on April 6, 2017 | Comments Off on Cherokee Street Development League, The City of St. Louis & The New Balance Foundation are building a playground!
Posted by Anne McCullough on April 3, 2017 | Comments Off on Neighborhood Business Events, Seminars, Programs and Information
Click here for a sample ballot for the General Election. This is the election for the Mayor of St. Louis, Aldermen for the odd numbered wards, and a number of propositions. Click here to find your polling place.
Events and Resources
Attachments for your information:
Central Patrol Business Association membership brochure
Stl WorkForce Training Flyer
City Recycles Info
StL Youth Jobs Flyers
Bevo Bazaar-O 05/20 (flyer and vendor app)
Sample Soulard Sunday 06/04
A free exchange of ideas and worldviews ….. The Worldview Forum Series — Volume 1.
Answering the question of Origins from the Dudeism, Biblical, Muslim, Buddhist and Zenist worldview….. featuring a coffee roaster, a minister, an Imam, a monk and an artist.
Guaranteed to be interesting.
This is the first of four events exploring the Four Great Questions of Life (Origin, Meaning, Morality and Destiny) from a number of different worldviews and perspective. Athiestic, Biblical, Buddhist, Muslim, Zenist, and more).
This first event covers the question of the origin of the universe (Where did we come from?).
Posted by Anne McCullough on March 28, 2017 | Comments Off on Neighborhood Business Events, Seminars, Programs and Information
Events and Resources
For a full list of business related events and activities, please click on the link above.
Celebrating Women’s History Month
Business Success HER Way
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Join SBA and industry experts for tips and resources to help women entrepreneurs start, grow and succeed in business. Follow along with the hashtag #SBAchat
Hosted by the US Small Business Administration (@SBAgov).
Public Meeting on Housing – Part 2
Thursday, March 30, 2017
at Curby Memorial Presbyterian Church
2621 Utah Street, 63118
Posted by Anne McCullough on March 22, 2017 | Comments Off on SPECIAL THIS WEEK AT CASA LOMA
FRIDAY MARCH 24 and SATURDAY MARCH 25
A DOUBLE SWING NIGHT SPECIAL!
Come Friday night for ROBBIE AND THE ROCKIN’ FOOLS
Complimentary Dance Lesson 8-8:30 then dancing until midnight.
Admission $10 / $12 if under 21 THEN PURCHASE A TICKET
FOR SATURDAY for MISS JUBILEE & The Humdingers and get a coupon for a Free Drink and complimentary water Saturday night.
Doors open 7:30pm. Dance lesson 8-8:30. Music until 12:00am. Adm. $10 / $12
NEW TIME FOR “WRASSLIN’ AT THE CASA LOMA”
This Sunday, March 26th Doors open 5:15pm First bell 6:00pm.
Posted by Anne McCullough on March 20, 2017 | Comments Off on First Meeting of Cherokee Street Community Improvement District
The first meeting of the CHEROKEE STREET COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT will be held on Tuesday, March 21st, at 12pm at Nebula, 3407 S. Jefferson, St. Louis, MO 63118.
This meeting is open to the public; however, that a portion of the meeting may be closed to discuss legal, real estate and/or personnel matters as provided by Sections 610.021(1), (2) and/or (3), RSMo. Representatives of the news media may obtain copies of this notice, and persons with disabilities wishing to attend can contact: Anne McCullough, 3407 S. Jefferson, St. Louis, MO, 314.304.0932, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Anne McCullough on March 14, 2017 | Comments Off on Curio Shoppe’s Grand Re-Opening-Call for STL Creatives
PLEASE PASS AROUND AND SHARE WITH ANYONE YOU KNOW WHO MAY BE INTERESTED IN BEING INCLUDED IN THE ST. LOUIS CURIO SHOPPE”S INVENTORY!!!
Artists, Crafters, Musicians, Small Business Entrepreneurs, Authors and Makers of all things Awesome come be part of recreating the hub for promoting the talented folks we have working hard in the St. Louis Region.
We are accepting applications for vendors who live in the area to consign and sell their wares at our fantastic new storefront at 2626 Cherokee Street beginning on Monday, March 13th through the Grand Re-Opening on Cinco de Mayo weekend.
Announcing Spoked Adventures- a new business dedicated to providing all-inclusive adventure guide services which enable guests to explore by bike, canoe, and more. Adventure With Us.
Spoked Adventures specializes in guided day and overnight cycling trips around the Greater St. Louis area. We help participants engage with classic Missouri landmarks in new ways. Experienced guides will escort you to exotic locations that you may have never known existed just miles from your home.
Posted by Anne McCullough on March 5, 2017 | Comments Off on More Options To Try & Suds To Sip! @ Saint Louis Hop Shop
Here we are again, top of a new month and the beer releases are still ramping up! We have some delicious brews that just hit shelves locally & a few others that may grab your attention. We have some hot releases you don’t want to miss with a lot more on the way. We will personally be opening up different styles of beer to taste all weekend at the shop. Pop in and see what special brew is flowing at the tasting bar.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)-
GRAPHIC DESIGNER FOR INDIHOP 2017
IndiHop is a unique event showcasing two of St. Louis’ most eclectic neighborhoods: Cherokee Street and The Grove.
What is IndiHop? 50 Participating businesses in both neighborhoods provide samples of 50 different types of locally made brews. As you travel from venue to venue, enjoy entertainment by an assortment of live musicians, artists and street performers. IndiHop provides shuttles, between each neighborhood. 2017 IndiHop will take place on Saturday, May 20th from 1pm to 7pm.
Posted by Anne McCullough on February 1, 2017 | Comments Off on CELEBRATING 90 YEARS OF “DANCING AND ROMANCING” @ Casa Loma Ballroom
Save the Date for Lot 49 2017 + Prefigurative Institutions: a symposium + New Music Circle @ The Luminary
Posted by Anne McCullough on February 1, 2017 | Comments Off on Save the Date for Lot 49 2017 + Prefigurative Institutions: a symposium + New Music Circle @ The Luminary
Save the Date: Lot 49 Contemporary Art Auction
The Luminary is pleased to announce our 2nd annual Lot 49 contemporary art auction + fundraiser on Friday, March 24th from 7pm to 10pm.
Lot 49 is a unique artist-centric auction initiated and shaped by artists as an annual fundraiser for The Luminary and a direct means of support for artists in the region and beyond. The interactive auction will feature acclaimed artists nominated by their peers, with participating artists receiving 51% of all proceeds and the remaining 49% going to support our ambitious programs – hence the name, Lot 49.
Posted by Anne McCullough on February 1, 2017 | Comments Off on BIG WEEK @ Hop Shop For Beer & More!
We have an exciting month ahead of us with some crave-worthy brews that recently hit local distribution plus many other restocks. We are also tapping some delicious beers for you to drink while you shop. This week we’re hosting 2 tastings that you don’t want to miss! There is much to choose from and explore here at the Saint Louis Hop Shop. Come by 2606 Cherokee St. and stock your fridge with some amazing beer. February is kicking off with a BANG…keep scrolling for the breakdown.
Posted by Anne McCullough on January 20, 2017 | Comments Off on Cherokee Street Community Improvement District
Board Bill No. 229 | Session 2016-2017
Ordinance establishing the Cherokee Street CID
BOARD BILL #229 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN KENNETH ORTMANN, ALDERWOMAN CARA SPENCER An ordinance approving the petition to establish the Cherokee Street Community Improvement District, authorizing the district to impose special assessments, finding a public purpose for the establishment of the Cherokee Street Community Improvement District, and containing a severability clause.
Posted by Anne McCullough on January 12, 2017 | Comments Off on NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO APPROVE CHEROKEE STREET COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO APPROVE CHEROKEE STREET COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
A public hearing will be held on January 19th, 2017 at 9 am in Room 208
at City Hall, 1200 Market Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63103 to consider Board Bill 229
to approve the establishment of the Cherokee Street Community Improvement District within the
City of St. Louis in accordance with the Community Improvement District Act, Sections 67.1401
to 67.1571 of the Missouri Revised Statutes (the “Act”).
The Register of the City of St. Louis has received a petition for the establishment of a
Posted by Anne McCullough on January 12, 2017 | 2 Comments
This Friday – LAB: ICE
ICED OUT NIGHT
JAN. 14, 2017
AN AUDIO / VISUAL / 3D / EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE CURATED BY ICE.
~I THINK OF NOTHING. EVERY1 HAS TURNED N2 THE SMOOTHEST STONES. WE SIT IN THE CREEK AS THE WATER BABBLES OVER US. THE MOON IS NEARLY FULL N WINTER IS COLD. THE ICE TWINKLES AGAINST THE BLACK UNIVERSE. WE HAVE BEEN STACKED CAREFULLY AND WE R STILL.~
Join us on January 14th for the return of our musician-led series, LAB, featuring performances by ICE, BLOOM, Eric Donte, Jvckss, and Zado as well as 3D digital architectural dreamscapes. More information available here.
Posted by Anne McCullough on January 2, 2017 | Comments Off on January Schedule for Casa Loma
Posted by Anne McCullough on December 23, 2016 | Comments Off on A Love Letter from Fort Gondo’s founder Galen Gandolfi
Dear friend, foe, any and all,
Our fifteen year experiment on Cherokee Street reaches its glorious end come January 7, 2017. My canoe beached at 3151 Cherokee Street in July 2001 via Chicago, Washington DC and Boston. The land of opportunity that ultimately realized fort gondo compound for the arts, Beverly, Typo Café, Art Parts and Radio Cherokee laid in various stages of ruin and imagination.
My buddy, brother and partner in crime Dave Early, along with then Bevin Fahey-Vornberg and Mike Schuh, set out to conquer two blocks of Cherokee Street with no budget and no plan. We needed neither, seemingly, as evidenced by the throngs that populated our exhibitions, events and related happenings. Both the media and law enforcement seemed equally interested. Police once chased me down an alley as I fled an art performance wrapped head-to-toe in tin foil.
By mid-decade, fort gondo was no longer merely a gallery space or a collection of buildings, but rather a movement. It coalesced in my tenure as president of the Benton Park Neighborhood Association and failed run for 20th Ward alderman, where I was labeled the mutually all-exclusive anarchist, communist, socialist and artist. It was purported that I ran on a platform of “pro-graffiti and pro- nudity.”
Through divine intervention, Jessica Baran parachuted down upon my entropic free-for-all, instilling a semblance of structure heretofore unknown. Jessica turned my “pro-debt incurring” operation into a formal non-profit organization, complete with by-laws, interns and embossed orange pencils. Penning national and regional grants, Jessica, along with assistant director Cole Lu, took fort g’s programming to new levels, both in the visual arts and in the realm of poetry. The esteemed fort gondo poetry series was a cultural by-product of a gifted curatorial team which included, along with Jessica, Jennifer Kronovet, Paul Legault and Ted Mathys.
Hundreds upon hundreds of artists have shown at fort g. Many more thousands of individuals have experienced everything from baptisms to strip shows within the walls of 3151 Cherokee Street. Fort Gondo was equal parts art gallery, animal shelter and half-way house; it was a forum for the emerging and non-emerging artist, activist and community resident.
The afterlife, however, manifests in Jessica and Ted’s new poetry series “100 Boots” at the Pulitzer in 2017 and Fort G’s furthering of G-CADD, the Granite City Art and Design District under the curatorial direction of Marianne Laury and landscape execution of Christopher Carl.
In closing, I want to thank the community, be they art, literary, musical or otherwise, that has so generously supported and sustained fort g over the last 15 years. Proof, indeed, that we are all in this together.
Thank you, Jessica. Thank you, Cole. Thank you, St. Louis.
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