Information from Old Town Cape’s events page Old Town Cape will host the Commercial Open House on Thursday, April 18 from 4 to 7 p.m. Eight properties will be showcased during the tour organized by […]
Eight additional crosswalks will be replaced with red, colored stamped concrete in downtown Cape Girardeau. Crosswalks at the intersections of Spanish and Independence streets, and Main and Independence, have been added to the other nine […]
Beginning Jan. 11, streets in downtown Cape Girardeau will receive a small face lift. Crosswalks made of pavers on Main, Spanish and Themis streets will be replaced by red, scored colored concrete to match recent upgrades […]
Guest post by Stacy Dohogne Lane, Director of Public Relations Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau In describing the wonderful art of storytelling, perhaps renowned storyteller Donald Davis says it best, “I’m an oral filmmaker. […]
A structural engineer has examined the old Wiggery building in downtown Cape Girardeau and determined it is structurally sound. The structure that has been covering the walkway surrounding the building will be removed. The sidewalk, […]
Play “golf” in an urban setting on Sept. 30 during the First-Ever Seventh Annual Louis J. Lorimier Memorial World-Famous Downtown Golf Tournament and All-You-Can-Eat Catfish Buffet. The 9-hole course traverses the heart of historic downtown […]
Murals on the river flood wall in downtown Cape Girardeau tell the history of our community. River Tales is produced by the Department of Mass Media at Southeast Missouri State University.
Stacy Dohogne Lane, Director of Public Relations for the Cape Girardeau Convention and Visitors Bureau, discusses summer fun options in Cape Girardeau, returning riverboats and more on the July issue of Cape Chronicle.
Old Town Cape Executive Director Marla Mills discusses the new Cape Riverfront Market and other new downtown Cape Girardeau developments on the June episode of Cape Chronicle.