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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

We Love Cherokee (Yes, We Do)

Spotted in St. Louis (more on my return home later), an ad for Cherokee Street in the Riverfront Times.


Awesome! I checked out the website at the bottom--We Love Cherokee--and while it needs improvement in the functionality arena, it sure looks nice! Another confirmation that Cherokee Street is St. Louis's most promising, diverse, miscellaneous street/neighborhood.

4 comments:

john w. said...

...and City Affair will be hosted at Fort Gondo, where the topic will be great streets like Cherokee.

Rick Bonasch said...

I'd like to see the area become home to more small music clubs. Are there any legitimate ones there now? Casa Loma is good but big.

What about a place for 200 or so in the audience, with decent sound, lights, stage, food and drink?

明白 said...

first catch your hare, then cook him........................................

Angelo said...

Thanks for the acknowledgment! I was the guy that organized it!

It's actually a community project that's been months in the works. It's supported by the CSBA (Cherokee Station Business Association) and the sponsors listed below!

(And yeah, we are actively workin' on that website) =)

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