We learn, we fix, we build. Whether it’s souping up your car or sprucing up your house, grilling a steak or planting a garden, we have the knowledge and the tools to get the job done. Now we’re taking that same DIY approach to improving The Loop.
We’re creating a corridor of learning opportunities, creative endeavors, and economic engines—all with the same get-it-done attitude we’re known for.
We had teams of volunteers out this past weekend working on a collection of beautification projects for the street. Volunteers from ForColumbia turned out to our Community Pop-Up Park to replace light bulbs, paint colorful designs on the asphalt, and plant flowers, tomatoes, peppers, and strawberries. They also added blue and orange sun shades to […]
You may have noticed the artwork popping up along the Business Loop and it's all part of our vision for a more attractive and appealing street--and one that celebrates and supports local makers and artisans. The Loop Street Art Project selected 10 local artists and graphic designers, gave them a 4' x 8' canvas, and […]
We're excited to announce that we've hired Kymberlee Matney as our new kitchen manager. Yes, she trained at the Culinary Art Institute of Charleston, was named Southern Missouri Chef of the Year, and was a World Food Championships Competitor. And yes, she's lent her skills to Broadway Brewery, Harpo's, and the Roots 'n Blues BBQ […]