"collaborate with Carlos Dominguez of Latino Americana Restaurant, as well as Ana Rivera of El Chico Bakery and other participants from the neighborhood, to serve up the "Printmakers' Special"—a taco meal complete with edible, printed tortillas inspired by the people of Cherokee Street!"
They will receive $1210 toward this project. Whaattt? We ran out of Clara of Local Harvest's amaaaazing curried sweet potato soup and sssttttiiilllllll people paid to read the 11 incredible challenging insipring proposals for things that can/will happen in STL and to vote on their favorite.
Thanks for the awesome bread, Black Bear Bakery..mmmm mmm.
And thank you to the Contemporary Art Museum for fostering this explosion of energy in support of the vital arts communities that are crackling right here right now.
SLOUP is officially growing like crazy. Please email us if you want to volunteer to work the next Sloup, and keep submitting these killer proposals. Kill us dead. We will try to provide enough soup. Now we know.
We love you.
Next SLOUP: February 27th, 6 pm @ Los Caminos