The MOOD Of Every Atmosphere Should Be Right. MOOD , appeals to the more intimate. The fabulous décor may steal your eyes at the get-go but just wait until you experience the dessert infused cocktails, the reminiscing sounds of the DJ, paired with the beautiful people will keep your eyes occupied for the rest of the evening.
Although bottle service is the more expensive way to go when you go out, it’s worth it here. You can take a seat, rest your tired feet and still see and be a part of the fun.
Polar Express St Louis MoDistance: 0.2 miCompetitive Analysis 1054 s cardiff st,Anaheim,ca. St. Louis, MO 63103
In search of a better life, Pete and Sofia Panopoulos with their 3 sons, Lou 10, Trifon 9, and Jim 3, left Greece and arrived in the U.S. on September 6, 1966.
Pete found a job at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel as a banquet waiter while Sofia worked as a seamstress at a downtown factory. The boys not only went to school but also worked odd jobs to help support the family once they were teens.
Trifon eventually became a manager in the restaurant business. After several years of long hours working for someone else, he decided to open his own place. Trifon partnered with Chris Dubis. Together the partners remodeled and opened Missouri Bar and Grille on February 14,1983. A few years after the original opening of the bar, Trifon became sole owner updating the name to "The NEW Missouri Bar & Grille”. Being located near the Post Dispatch and other thriving downtown businesses,The New Missouri Bar & Grille became a popular watering hole for reporters, newsmen and local bigwigs as well as many "average joes" of St. Louis.
Trifon spent his days doing all that he could to please his customers by treating every person as though they were part of his family. Before too long, the bar known as "The New Missouri Bar & Grille” became affectionately known to all who patronize it as "MoBar". It is without a doubt that Trifon's huge heart was the reason MoBar became his second home and the second home of many more St. Louisans.
To our old and new friends alike , WELCOME BACK! With the love of our brother we welcome you to our "MO BAR" family.
Union Station downtown St Louis MoDistance: 0.2 miCompetitive Analysis 1820 Market St St. Louis, MO 63103
The World Aquarium is an interactive animal exhibition, conservation research center, and animal sanctuary located in Laclede's Landing, St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Some highlights of the child-centered exhibition are being able to feed and touch many animals. The museum allows general admission, school tours and behind-the-scenes tours.The aquarium houses a variety of animals such as sharks, rays, turtles, parrots, marsh turtles, otter, snakes, alligator, crocodile and sloth. The displays are located on 2 levels, one with large fish in large displays and the other level with filled with smaller displays designed for child-centered experiences.According to the curator, the mission of World Aquarium is to increase the knowledge of aquatic life and environments, to enable people to conserve the world of water, and to provide leadership for the preservation and sustainable use of aquatic resources globally.The aquarium depends heavily on its volunteers and donations. Some volunteers have been working for five years or more. The aquarium which has been open for more than 23 years, reopened in a historic building near the Mississippi Riverfront in 2016, after a short hiatus to allow for a move from its previous location at City Museum.
Tom Huck's Evil PrintsDistance: 0.2 miCompetitive Analysis 1931 Washington Ave St. Louis, MO 63103-1809
The Des Lee Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition Two Sides of a 45: Lisha Bai, J. Michael Deane, and Jane Fox Hipple. The works of these featured artists are tethered to each other loosely through geometry and a straightforward manipulation of materials and images. All three artists are alumni of Washington University in St. Louis, and are currently based across the country.
Two Sides of a 45 is a purposefully misleading title, as there are not just two different perspectives represented. An interesting dialogue is created when the work of one artist is placed within proximity of another artist’s work, especially when the artists are not expressively explicit in their content. For instance, when Deane’s work is juxtaposed against Bai’s, it can prompt a different “read” than when it is viewed next to Hipple’s work. The title poetically references a 45 rpm vinyl record, a 45° degree angle, and a .45 caliber pistol.
Gallery hours for this exhibition will be Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from 1-6pm and by appointment.
Bai earned her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2001 and her MFA from Yale University in 2004. She was awarded a Terra Foundation for American Art Fellowship in Giverny, France, in 2004 and received the S.J. Wallace Truman Fund Award from the National Academy in New York in 2008. She has exhibited work in a variety of venues, including the National Academy, Smith-Stewart at Krut Projects, Regina Rex, and fordPROJECT (all New York); Jolie Laide (Philadelphia); and Franklin Art Works (Minneapolis). Bai lives and works in Brooklyn, N.Y.
J. Michael Deane
Deane earned his BFA from Columbus College of Art & Design in 1999 and his MFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2002. He has exhibited at Mount St. Mary’s College (Los Angeles); Krowswork and Hatch Gallery (both in Oakland, Calif.); the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery; and White Flag Projects and PSTL Gallery (both in St. Louis). Deane lives and works in Berkeley, Calif.
Jane Fox Hipple
Hipple earned her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2004 and her MFA from Tulane University in 2008. She also attended the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture in 2009. Her most recent exhibitions were at DODGEgallery (New York), Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art (Philadelphia), and the Boston Center for the Arts. She also has exhibited at St. Cecilia’s Convent (Brooklyn, N.Y.), SamsØn (Boston), and The Green Project (New Orleans). Hipple lives and works in Montgomery, Ala.
The Polar Express Train Ride At St. Louis Union StationDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 1820 Market Street St. Louis, MO 63103
Located in luxurious downtown St. Louis, 1909 Studios is one of the premiere recording studios around. With services ranging anywhere from recording to mixing and mastering, we have a wide variety of packages available that include studio time and TrillionBillion Dollar beats!
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ArticaDistance: 0.5 miCompetitive Analysis Intersection of Lewis and Dickson Streets Maryland Heights, MO 63102
The Artica festival is unlike any other festival in St. Louis. From the unique post-industrial setting to the interactive nature of the event, Artica lives and breathes creativity and innovation. We have taken a very unconventional space that is decaying and ignored and turned it into a playground for artists and participants of all ages. Every person who attends must interact in some way... simply getting to the event requires interaction with the landscape and its history. There is no vending, nothing to be bought or sold. We are not selling you funnel cakes and beer; we are providing you a canvas for self expression. People come out and camp for days to further immerse themselves in the event taking food and other parts of everyday life and making it part of the creative experience, by cooking as performance for example. There are no limitations on what a person can experience or express, barring illegal or unsafe activity. The event has been created with the simple hope of engaging our community to create using whatever is at their disposal. Many people who attend Artica are not artists, they are not unconventional people or radical thinkers, yet they come to the event and find a place filled with all manors of people and projects from marching bands to yogis to fire performers to engineers. From this there is a sense of real unity and a challenge to think of each person as a part of ones community. No matter a person’s artistic ability they are encouraged to create something, anything, even if it is a boat made from a cantaloupe with a straw mooring and a hanky sail to carry in the Boat of Dreams parade and release onto the river. Seasoned artists are challenged to do something interactive when they may only usually do oil on canvas or clay sculptures. Through the artistic expression and inclusion that takes place at Artica each participant, volunteer, artist and community member is challenged and inspired by the small parts of the whole.
The mission of Artica is to inspire the people of the St. Louis metropolitan area to celebrate their unity and diversity, build community and develop a sense of respect for themselves and their surroundings by providing opportunities for creative self-expression and communication. Artica accomplishes this by creating an annual arts festival focused on interactivity and participation that is free to all and open to the public. There is no vending or selling at the event. Therefore there are no economic limitations on who can attend. Artica creates a space that fosters the sharing of ideas and of the free exchange of each contributor's chosen art form. Every individual is encouraged and enabled to create art or to interact in artistic projects. This creates a sense of community, expands individual boundaries, and allows those who wouldn't consider themselves artists or creators to experience artistic expression via unconventional outlets. The festival certainly brings together people from different backgrounds, whether it be religious, ethnic or socio-economic, and allows them to find a common ground and interest among their differences. Every person who attends the event must interact with the landscape and the area's physical elements. That is how Artica lives its mission each year. Our long range goals are to continue providing this space and event with greater collaboration from our community. We are on our way.
At the core of the TEDx program are its fearless volunteer organizers in almost every corner of the world—Germany, Sudan, Qatar, China, India, Brazil, the United States and more—devoted to changing the world through events centered on ideas important to their community, and the world at large.
Over 4500 events have happened all over the world since the launch of the program in March 2009.
We’re joining forces with the official TEDWomen event in Monterrey to continue the TED tradition of ideas worth spreading. This year’s theme, MOMENTUM, provides the opportunity for groundbreaking TEDx talks that we can share with St. Louis and with the world.
Tickets and VIP Packages are available beginning April 6 at TEDxStLouis.com.
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It in 1995 our founder, Nate Salah started our parent corporation, Salah Financial Corp, preparing taxes (the old fashioned way). Back then we didn’t have fancy computer systems to help with data entry or calculations. Nope, it was just pencils, Blue or Red Federal and State forms and thick government publications.
Through a shared vision, the organization developed a passion to help small businesses succeed. Our company grew from one location to two locations to three to four with many committed team experts who just so happened to be exceptionally personable (and smart!) with backgrounds ranging from grant writing to non-profit to corp to audit to cost accounting to business formation to taxation and more.
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For more than 160 years the Y has been a place to be together as a family. The Y has served the community with values-based programs and events that build healthy spirits, minds and bodies for all. Our history has taught us that the Y will always be relevant, as long as we adapt to serve the ever-changing needs of our members. The Gateway Region Y is a nonprofit corporation specializing in health and fitness, work with families, youth camping, values and character building. We are part of the nation's leading nonprofit dedicated to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Everything we do is designed to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve health and well-being, and motivate people to support their neighbors and communities. Our Y has 24 traditional branches and two Campus Y student leadership organizations. Our Y also includes YMCA Camp Lakewood and Trout Lodge in Potosi, Mo and the Community Services Y in Illinois. The Carondelet Park Rec Complex is owned by the City of St. Louis and operated by the Y. The YMCA of Greater St. Louis and the YMCA of Southwest Illinois merged in 2015 to become the Gateway Region Y.
Ely Walker Lofts is located in the heart of the Washington Avenue Loft District, just minutes away from great restaurants, nightlife, sporting events and shopping. English Living Furniture retailer and The London Tea Room occupy the first floor. The Ely Walker Building was built in 1907 as a dry goods warehouse and designed by world-renowned architects, Eames & Young. 100 years later the building was transformed into 174 luxury residential lofts. Live, work and play the Ely Walker Way!
Phat Buddha Productions was created to provide a resource for musicians and artists of all genres to record, mix, and master their music. Built on love for music The Buddha strives to exceed client's expectations and deliver an end result that will leave them with an understanding that what was just accomplished could not have been done anywhere else on the planet. Our engineers will guide you through the labyrinth of the production process harnessing the creative energy in the room to bring you to a destination of sonic paradise that you never knew existed.