Lo-Fi takes over Cherokee Street
Apr09

Lo-Fi takes over Cherokee Street

On Saturday, crowds gathered for the marathon that is the annual Lo-Fi Cherokee, a unique event that combines music, videography and the community of Cherokee Street. If you’ve never attended the Lo-Fi Cherokee event, the day plays out like this: starting at 9 a.m., a team takes on the task of shooting 19 concert-style music videos for 19 bands in various businesses along Cherokee. Crowds of on-lookers come and go to watch the bands...

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Lo-Fi turns Cherokee into magical, musical backdrop
Apr02

Lo-Fi turns Cherokee into magical, musical backdrop

Any night of the week in St. Louis, it’s easy to venture out and find a cozy corner — or roaring bar — to take in the sounds of the city’s music scenes.   But only one day a year is it possible to witness an event like Lo-Fi Cherokee.   On Saturday, Cherokee Street will come to life for Lo-Fi, a unique annual music event that involves videography and the people and businesses of St. Louis. The music starts at 9 a.m. and...

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Parisians, Hello JiZoo Play Old North
Oct25

Parisians, Hello JiZoo Play Old North

French lyrics and quality beats mingled on a windy, sunny Saturday across from Crown Candy Oct. 20. The crew at UrbArts coordinated with Métro-Unviers-Cité, The Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Chicago, and the Centre Francophone at Webster University to present the community performance as part of City/Cité St. Louis: A Transatlantic Exchange on History, Culture, Politics and Democracy in the Changing City; a three-day...

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