The latest Lo-Fi Cherokee performance from Red-Headed Strangers
Jun18

The latest Lo-Fi Cherokee performance from Red-Headed Strangers

GRAVOIS PARK – Red-Headed Strangers performing “The Corner” at Flood Plain. One of 19 music videos we produced on Cherokee Street on April 6th.

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PREMIERE: Lo-Fi Cherokee presents Nick Gusman and the Coyotes – “Shortcut the Mountain”
Jun11

PREMIERE: Lo-Fi Cherokee presents Nick Gusman and the Coyotes – “Shortcut the Mountain”

Nick Gusman and the Coyotes performing their song “Shortcut the Mountain” at Flowers and Weeds at 3201 Cherokee Street.

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Global Health Summit aims to bring new biotech companies to St. Louis
Jun07

Global Health Summit aims to bring new biotech companies to St. Louis

BioSTL’s Global Health Summit is designed to bring in companies from around the world to collaborate with St. Louis’ growing bio-science community.  The ultimate goal, in many cases, is to get them to relocate here. To this point GlobalSTL says they have helped 17 international companies open in St. Louis.  They say that translates to $107 million in new investment.  They hope this event will grow that number....

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Job fair looks to place hundreds into new careers
Jun03

Job fair looks to place hundreds into new careers

MIDTOWN – More than a thousand jobs were there for the taking at a career fair hosted Monday at Harris-Stowe University, 3026 Laclede Avenue.  The event, which has been taking place every year for more than a decade, is hosted by Rep. William Lacy Clay, a Democrat representing Missouri’s 1st District. From local construction firms to big name tech giants such as Amazon, companies faced with an extremely competitive job...

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BUD program trains new workers, builds union diversity
May25

BUD program trains new workers, builds union diversity

The St. Louis Building Construction and Trades Council is looking to replenish the ranks by training younger workers in the construction trades.  The BUD, or Building Union Diversity, program has been around since 2015, but some would argue it has never been more important than right now. “Many, many people are retiring every year, and we’re not able to backfill those people right now,” Stephen Lewis of the General...

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VIDEO: Spire packs up, leaving mess and angry residents
May09

VIDEO: Spire packs up, leaving mess and angry residents

UPDATE: Spire workers returned to this street on May 13 to restart work on the project. They were accompanied by a private security officer. Our original story… O’FALLON PARK — Spire customers are upset that the natural gas utility (formerly Laclede Gas Company) hasn’t returned in more than two weeks to complete gas line and metering work, leaving the 4500 block of Athlone unsafe, unearthed, unsightly and undone. A man...

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