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The Bourbon Friday Show with Michael Powers from Tower Grove Pride

On this episode of the Bourbon Friday Show, we had the opportunity to talk with Olamide Adeboye, CEO and Founder of Wakava.
The Bourbon Friday Show

The Bourbon Friday Show with Olamide Adeboye from Wakava

On this episode of the Bourbon Friday Show, we had the opportunity to talk with Olamide Adeboye, CEO and Founder of Wakava.

Startup Resolutions: Here’s What You’re NOT Chasing in 2019

Last weekend saw "the most depressing day of the year," come and go. January 12th (in the UK it’s today, January 21st, known as...

The PixelPop Festival Is Both A Throwback And A Look Forward in Independent Gaming

Independent gaming has nothing to be coy about. Remember Minecraft?

Homegrown Men’s Fashion Week Concept Follows In Footsteps Of Global Trends

Many consider fashion to be a female-focused industry. You can argue it either way -- but Dwight Carter and the team behind Gent won’t...

What To Do in St. Louis This Weekend (Feb 23)

Winter is almost over (fingers crossed) which means only a few more weekends that are grey, cold, and all around miserable. Seriously, you need...

5 Things Startup Entrepreneurs Can Learn from a Chef

OlioCity discusses entrepreneurship with award winning chef, Gerard Craft, founder of Porano Pasta, a fast casual Italian restaurant that is a favorite of Downtown residents and workers.

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (February 2nd)

This weekend really just consists of three things: pre-Mardi Gras festivities, the Super Bowl, and Comic Con. Your best bet is to head to...

Vicia, A New Restaurant at Cortex, Named 10 Best in the Country by USA...

Vicia, a new restaurant at Cortex, makes the USA TODAY Top 10 list of Best New Restaurants of 2017.
4 Hands is located in St. Louis' Lasalle Park neighborhood. With a focus on providing a well-rounded portfolio, they offer four year-round beers along with a slew of seasonal beers. Photo by Wesley Law.

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (January 12th)

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's are over, which means it's no longer okay to gorge yourself on wine, cheese, meat, and more cheese. But...

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (December 22nd)

It's the weekend before Christmas, which means...not a lot is going on. If you really need to get out of the house and a...

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (December 15th)

Two Blues games, Pauly Shore, and Portugal. The Man. What a weekend!

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (December 8th)

We've got winter markets, we've got the Garden Glow, and we've got some big comedians. If you hear someone saying St. Louis is boring...

Holiday Gift Guide: Giving The Gifts Of St. Louis Startups

Hello December, and hello holiday season! Time to bust out the Mariah Carey, untangle the lights, and start crafting your wishlists to Jeff Bezos.

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (December 1st)

It's that awkward time of the year: you're sandwiched between fall and winter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. You just spent an entire week eating and...

The Rise of the Millennial Buyer in St. Louis

As the St. Louis innovation community grows, an influx of younger home buyers are coming to the city. Here’s how real estate agents can...
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What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (November 10th)

It's hard to keep track of what's going on in town any given weekend, but Olio City makes it easy, curating all the best events in...

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (November 3rd)

It's the weekend for music and hockey. And a full moon festival.

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (October 27th)

Thursday, October 26th Soulard Pumpkin Pub Crawl Drink beer at five different Soulard bars and raise money for Gateway Pet Guardians with this Pumpkin Crawl in...

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (October 20th)

The city is counting down to Halloween and Evil Dead: The Musical is running all weekend. Friday (October 20th) Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn have mastered...

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (October 13th)

Beer, Pixies and running to Rock 'n' Roll.

What To Do In St. Louis This Weekend (October 6th)

Go see Alison Krauss perform at the Peabody, catch a hockey game and devour your way through an artisanal food market or see who wins the competition for "Best St. Louis Style Pizza."
Olio City Team

Announcing Olio City Partnership on EQ

I'm really pleased to welcome Ellen Prinzi as a new author on EQ. She is CEO of Olio City, a personalized 'intelligent-agent' style concierge...
4 Hands is located in St. Louis' Lasalle Park neighborhood. With a focus on providing a well-rounded portfolio, they offer four year-round beers along with a slew of seasonal beers. Photo by Wesley Law.

What to Do In St. Louis This Weekend 9/26

We see you - busy entrepreneur - making stuff happen!The end of summer can be depressing in St. Louis—no more hanging out by...

Why Culture Should Eclipse Technology In St Louis

On Saturday (19th August) from 7pm, international art and tech event series, Art Hack Day, will display an art installation at Cortex that represents the results of a 48-hour marathon hackathon of 40 emerging artists from St. Louis and around the world.
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Where To Live In Downtown St. Louis

It's no secret that Downtown St. Louis is quickly becoming one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the metro area. Delivering on the live-work-play qualities that more St. Louisans are looking for, Downtown offers plenty of spots to hang your hat. Here are eight places urban dwellers will love, all within blocks of the Downtown innovation community.
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A Core Commitment: What’s Next for the Downtown St. Louis Innovation District

St. Louis has begun to make a name for itself in the world of high-tech and IT entrepreneurs. Here's the latest on the role Downtown St. Louis plays in propelling our city's innovation community forward.

Video: Branding St. Louis

The St. Louis Regional Chamber, Explore St. Louis and more than 30 other partners unveiled a new regional marketing plan during the Chamber’s 179th...

Watch This Space: OSO A Style Lab

OSO: A Style Lab's Curated Product Assortment Highlights the Cutting Edges of Good Design

Five Things We’re Reading this Week: July 8

Weekends are the perfect time to step away from the desk—standing or otherwise—and catch up on time spent with friends, family and all of...
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Plans for this Weekend? Nap with Casper at St. Louis PrideFest

Casper, the sleep startup named one of the “Best Inventions of 2015” by TIME Magazine, is putting a nap on wheels and bringing free...

Gerard Craft Talks Business Strategy Behind Closing Niche

Chef Gerard Craft has forged his place in St. Louis cuisine, one successful restaurant at a time. He made headlines earlier this month when...

New Restaurant Vicia To Open in Cortex Innovation District This Fall

The Cortex District keeps growing, and the latest addition is an appetizing one. Tara and Michael Gallina, who relocated to St. Louis last year after...

Funding Fashion: Simplify Commerce’s Collaboration With Saint Louis Fashion Fund

Saint Louis Fashion Fund, one of STL's newest nonprofits, cites Simplify Commerce as an integral part of its success.

Need/Want Just Launched 15 New Emoji Masks—and We’re Obsessed

Last year, STL's own Need/Want launched Emoji Masks, a side project that went a little viral Just in time for Halloween this year, they've just released 15 new masks for our purchasing pleasure.

STL Sitter Allows You To Book A Babysitter Instantaneously: Date Night, Anyone?

Morgan Clark's startup finds an easier way to connect parents to qualified sitters in the STL area.

Interview: Chris Motley’s Favorite St. Louis Spots & What’s Next For Better Weekdays

EQ caught up with Chris Motley, co-founder of Better Weekdays, to chat about his impressions of St. Louis since moving here, how he spends his time out of the office, and what's next for his startup.

Upstart City: Why The Sky Is The Limit When It Comes To St. Louis’...

There's no arguing that St. Louis has gained tremendous momentum in various areas of the startup space—and we, along with some of the city's leading experts, believe it's poised to climb the ranks of startup-friendly cities across the country. Here's why.

Work and Play: How SixThirty’s Startups And Team Have Fun In St. Louis

St. Louis isn't just for work. We wanted to know: When these company leaders aren't in the office, where do they play?

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