Black Lives Matter.

2 weeks 2 days ago

Statement from the board of directors of the Cherokee Street Community Improvement District.
Black lives matter. Racism and white supremacy have no place on Cherokee Street.
While obvious to some, these statements bear repeating.

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Emily Thenhaus

Masks on Cherokee Street

1 month ago

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. Many of these businesses are even paying it forward by […]

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Join the Party with #CincoAtHome

2 months 1 week ago

While the Cherokee St. Cinco de Mayo festival won't be in the streets this May, we're here to bring you the next best thing: Cinco de Mayo at Home. We're spreading joy, not germs - and raising funds for the Show Up for Cherokee Street campaign, benefiting Cherokee Street small businesses & employees that are […]

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Emily Thenhaus

Statement regarding Cinco de Mayo 2020 on Cherokee Street

3 months 2 weeks ago

Statement from the 2020 Cinco de Mayo STL Organizers: It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Cinco de Mayo festival on Cherokee Street will not be taking place on Saturday May 2nd.  Festival organizers have been monitoring the public health crisis closely and have been in conversation with the City. Given their restrictions […]

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Emily Thenhaus

How to Support Cherokee Street’s Small Business Community during the COVID-19 Outbreak

3 months 2 weeks ago

As you practice social distancing in the coming weeks, there are still ways we can all show up for Cherokee Street's small business community - which is already feeling the effects of this public health crisis.  Order Cherokee Street Take-Out or Delivery A number of restaurants have begun offering pick up or delivery service . […]

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Emily Thenhaus

Wanted: Landscapers for Cherokee Street

4 months ago

Help Cherokee Street stay green and clean! The Cherokee CID is requesting proposals for seasonal landscaping maintenance, tree care and landscape design for our district, which spans Cherokee Street between Gravois and Indiana. Services include: weeding hard surfaces in the district, watering planters and small trees, fall leaf clean up and trimming trees. In addition, […]

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Emily Thenhaus

Welcome, Love Goddess Healing!

4 months ago

Introducing Cherokee Street's newest business, Love Goddess Healing. Owned by Brittany Morris, the new shop offers candles, crystals and healing tools in addition to tarot card readings, meditation and spiritual guidance. According to their website, "Love Goddess Healing was established in 2017 on the beautiful island of Maui, Hawaii. From opening day we have been […]

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Emily Thenhaus

Cherokee Street Thanksgiving Returns!

7 months 2 weeks ago

Join your fellow Cherokee Street family and friends for the 7th Annual Cherokee Street Thanksgiving Potluck, on Tuesday November 26th, from 6 to 10 PM at 2720 Cherokee Street. Bring your favorite side dish, main course, dessert, or drink to share with friends and neighbors. Cherokee Street Thanksgiving has grown from a small potluck of […]

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Emily Thenhaus

Sign Up Today for Print Bazaar on Cherokee St.

8 months ago

Cherokee Print Bazaar showcases 100+ artists from the St. Louis area, featuring everything from posters, cards, ornaments, hand-bound journals, comic books and fabrics, to handcrafted jewelry, clothes, sculpture and other designs. Calling All Artists! Register for a table of your own, located in a unique Cherokee Street venue, or split a table with a friend. Student rates […]

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Emily Thenhaus

Welcome, Ofure Palace!

8 months 2 weeks ago

If you haven't yet, check out Cherokee Street's newest restaurant Ofure Palace, serving up delicious West African food at 3108 Cherokee. Ofure is owned by Ofure Brandon. Learn more her and her business in Feast Magazine!  Follow along with them on Facebook & Instagram. Promote Your Business on Instagram with @CherokeeStreet Cherokee Street has more than 24,000 followers on Instagram. Share with those […]

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Friday Sept. 20th Is Park(ing) Day

8 months 2 weeks ago

Friday Sept. 20th Is Park(ing) Day. Park(ing) Day is an annual event where businesses and residents around the world transform parking spaces into vibrant public spaces, from parks to offices to pools to parties. This year Park(ing) Day is on Friday Sept. 20th.  Fill out the FREE application to take over a parking spot in front of […]

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Meet Dasia Vence of Artist Art

1 year 5 months ago

I had the pleasure of sitting down with the lovely Dasia Vence for an interview on her success in the past year and 5 months with Artist Art on Cherokee Street. Dasia is also a board member of the Cherokee Street Community Improvement District. Q- "What drove you to open Artist Art?" A- "A love […]

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Emily Thenhaus
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