delmar loop

Musings from a trip to Thai Country Café

Bright red lights flickering “Thai Country Café” ushered me towards a quaint restaurant nestled in the middle of the Delmar Loop. With the ring of a bell as I opened the door, an employee emerged from the back of the restaurant, walking toward me across the white-tiled floor. 

| Staff Writer

Corner 17 owner graduates with Olin business degree

Xin Wei, the owner of Corner 17, W Karaoke Lounge and Lulu’s Local Eatery, recently completed his Master of Business Administration degree at the Olin Business School.  Wei is a restaurateur who has been involved in the industry since 2007, when his family opened their first restaurant. In 2013, Wei’s family opened Corner 17, a […]

| Staff Writer

Businesses on Delmar Loop adapt to changing landscape; WU community helps keep doors open

The spread of COVID-19 and frequently changing guidelines have contributed to the difficulties that small businesses on the Delmar Loop have grappled with over the past year.

| News Editor

Loop Trolley Transportation Development District seeks to revive the Loop Trolley

Leaders of the Loop Trolley Transportation Development District are hoping to resurrect the Loop Trolley after its 13-month run was cut short in December 2019 due to insufficient revenue.

Sulan Pathiranage | Contributing Reporter

Staff Editorial: The little trolley that couldn’t

$51 million was invested into the Loop Trolley only for it to not keep its promises.

Kung Fu Tea opening draws long lines with variety of flavorful bubble tea options

Kung Fu Tea appears to be the Loop’s newest star. The bubble tea chain opened a location on Delmar Boulevard Wednesday, Sept. 25, with a grand opening event on Sunday featuring traditional lion dances performed by martial arts school International Shaolin Wushu Center.

Elizabeth Phelan | Staff Writer

Mr. Edwards’ neighborhood: Riding the Loop Trolley with Joe Edwards

We boarded the cream-and-blue-colored trolley car and sat on the wooden seating alongside one of the vehicle’s walls. As the trolley began to chug Eastward along the 2.2 mile line, I likened the feeling of its slightly bumpy, rocking motion to that of an amusement park tram.

Jaden Satenstein | Senior Scene Editor

BREAKING: Two shot at Delmar Loop Metro stop

A gunman shot two people at the Delmar Metrolink station around 7:30 p.m. tonight.

| Senior News Editor

What to do on a sunny Labor Day

Since we all get a three-day weekend, and planned Welcome Week events only last six days, Washington University students have to make some hard decisions in the following days, like what to do on Labor day.

Screaming into the void: What we want to replace Doughocracy on the Loop

With the closing of multiple eateries on the Loop, Scene Staff is in mourning.

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