MURAL UNVEILING PARTY - November 1
It's time to CELEBRATE and YOU'RE INVITED!
UNVEILING PARTY AND ARTIST RECEPTION
Saturday, November 1st, beginning at noon
Lincoln Heights Village
Fall refreshments, meet the artist and SHOP THE SHOPS!
The mural, representing the element "Earth" was created by Thomas Murillo, son of celebrated artist Steve Murillo. Thomas also created the "Water" mural now hanging at The Anchor at 1109 E. Douglas.
Josh Tripoli, created two of the four murasl - one representing "Fire" is hanging at Logan Street Fine Wood Products located at 1824 E. Douglas Ave, and one representing "Air" which was recently installed at Douglas Photographic Imaging, located at 2300 E. Douglas.
The murals were partially funded by DDD and a $7,764 Kansas Creative Arts Industries Commission grant through the Kansas Department of Commerce. The goal of this project is to provide an outlet for local artists and to draw visitors into the district.
Fork & Fennel to Open Soon
Schane Gross is impulsive, she admits. And she’s also a thinker. An idea person. Someone whose mind is in constant motion
That’s how she ended up with a third business, College Hill’s about-to-open Fork & Fennel at 3425 E. Douglas, despite the fact that she already owned one successful business and had just opened another. The Anchor, a popular downtown bar at 1109 E. Douglas, is about to turn 10. Douglas Avenue Chop Shop, a high-end butcher shop next door to the Anchor, opened earlier this year.
East Douglas Improvement Plan Goes
Before City Council December 2nd
We're EXCITED!!! The District 1 Advisory Board just approved the East Douglas Improvement Plan design concept by the DESIGN WORKSHOP. The plan now moves on to be approved by the City Council on December 2nd. Watch for more details.