2020 has come and gone, and this year, Borne the Battle has hosted many great Veterans and their stories. This year-end bonus episode of Borne the Battle features clips from the eight most downloaded episodes of 2020.
ST. LOUIS — The historic Armory along Interstate 64 in midtown is now slated to become home to a new entertainment venue that pairs pickleball, pingpong, cornhole and other backyard games with drinks and food, developer Green Street St. Louis announced Thursday.
The entertainment venue is a change in strategy for developer Green Street, which had pursued office tenants for the Midtown site for years.
Rec Hall, a new bar that will bring lawn games, ping pong and more indoors, is set to open in St. Charles in December. The spot comes from Chris Honstain, one of the minds behind recent pop-up bar Recess in The Grove, and Kansas City business partners Luke Wade and Mark Musselman. Wade is the
Luke Wade spent the past nine years connecting 70,000 Kansas Citians through KC Crew — a downtown-area sports operation for adult leagues of softball, kickball, cornhole and other activities. Now the athletic entrepreneur is shifting his focus to Rec Hall STL — a game-themed bar and restaurant venture anticipated to open this December in St.
Today, I’m excited to have Luke Wade. Luke, an army veteran and computer programmer, started an extremely popular adult sports and events company, KC Crew Sports and Events, in 2012 which has had over 70,000 league event participants in 8 years in Kansas City alone.