Sunday, April 23, 2017
St. Louis Bosnians

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Sneak Peek: Lemmons By Grbic Opens Soon in South City

In May, a renowned restaurant family revives and revamps an old St. Louis mainstay in South City. Lemmons By Grbic brings the former pizza parlor and bar – which closed in 2014 after a dozen years in business under its previous [...]

April 19, 2017 News

This artist is spray painting St. Louis’ history

St. Louis, Missouri (CNN)A Bosnian refugee turned world-renowned aerosol artist is putting the finishing touches on an impressive 1,000-square-foot canvas. [...]

April 14, 2017 Stories

Small Bites: Cevapi are a highlight of Yapi’s Bosnian and American fare

Small Bites is an occasional series visiting new and established restaurants. [...]

April 12, 2017 News

MLS supporters look to Bosnian community in push to win votes for proposed stadium

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – The group trying to bring Major League Soccer to St. Louis called on all Bosnians in the city to attend a town hall style meeting Wednesday night. [...]

April 3, 2017 News

St. Louis Islamic Center celebrates grand opening of Nur Mosque

The St. Louis Islamic Center celebrated the grand opening of a a $1.5 million Nur Mosque over the weekend with the grand opening on Saturday, April 1, 2017, in St. Louis County. Husein Kavazovic, the leader of the Muslim faith [...]

April 3, 2017 Community Events, News

A look at the Bosnian community in South County

Brian Jennings, who teaches a Bosnian-American studies course at Affton High School, reflects on the impact of the refugee community. [...]

March 28, 2017 News

Missouri School For The Blind Teacher Takes Gold At International Jiu-Jitsu Competition

Adnan Gutic, a teacher and graduate of Missouri School for the Blind (MSB) in St. Louis, took first place at the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) Pan-American Championship on March 17th, 2017, at the Bren Events Center of University of [...]

March 28, 2017 Stories

Trump May Not Want Immigrants, but Rust Belt Mayors Do

In 1997, refugee Alem Boric and a partner started Europa Market, 600 square feet of Bosnia in St. Louis. [...]

March 17, 2017 News

Corner Bistro: a slice of heaven in Princeton Heights

While Corner Bistro has some of the most devoted regulars around, chances are you haven’t heard of the unassuming restaurant located at the corner of Macklind and Loughborough in the city’s Princeton Heights neighborhood. Flying under the critics’ radar for [...]

February 27, 2017 News

We Stand With the New Americans of Missouri

We are a nation that believes in E Pluribus Unum – “Out of Many, One.”  Not Us vs.Them. [...]

February 4, 2017 Advocacy