Yes, this headline was intentionally provocative.
We have many great neighborhood business districts in the City of St. Louis.
On the Southside, a number of them have new or updated websites.
(they're sponsoring a Business Expo today from 5 to 7 at the historic Chippewa Trust Company (1924-1976) -- a branch of Regions Bank these days -- 3803 S. Broadway at the Chippewa /Broadway / Jefferson wedge.)
For more flavor of Cherokee, check out the latest MayorSlay.com podcast, featuring The Tin Ceiling, a young innovative black-box theatre group based these days at the corner of Cherokee and Compton (3159 Cherokee) in the midst of the Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts next to a space called typo café. Although for some reason, one of the group's main founders, Robin Garrels, is not part of the interview. Ah, well.
It's definitely an evolving part of the city. Credit Moore Design Group, longtime maintainers of the St. Louis Front Page and based at 3832 S. Broadway, with developing both the CBBA and SBMA web sites. The great Southside historian and tour guide NiNi Harris, of course, wrote the copy for the Cherokee-Lemp web site.