Riverwest Currents Writers Share Holiday Memories
Milwaukee’s East Side will soon be the site of the second Waldorf-inspired high school in the state of Wisconsin. For over a decade, a Waldorf “high school initiative” has been evolving from the seeds sown by interested students, parents and faculty based out of the Tamarack Waldorf School at 1150 E. Brady St., in the St. Hedwig’s church school building.
On Sunday, September 15, the clouds were grey and there was a light mist of rain. In the afternoon, I had a visitor. I can’t reveal his real name, but he is familiar to many people as the red-cowled “Real Life Superhero” known as the Watchman. It was a great moment when I handed the Watchman a copy of my finished book, Heroes in the Night. On the first page I had written an inscription — “To the Watchman — Thank you for sharing the adventure of your life.”
What: Northern Lights - A radio play on stage When: Sunday, December 8 - Door @ 5 pm., play begins 6 pm. Where: Falcon Bowl hall, 801 E. Clarke St. (Clarke & Fratney) Free: Performance for all (Chili and Woolly Bear Cookies for sale) Presented by: Riverwest Currents, River Revitalization Foundation & UWM Service Learning program, YMCA neighborhood […]
If Katie Jesse looks back many years from now at her 20’s, living in Riverwest, trying to remember what her life was like then, she’ll have a good head start.
Yes. Those kinds. Those kinds of relationships. We make jokes about shades of gray. We live in a society immersed in sex, and sexual innuendo. Can we learn something from French mores of the 1700s? High court, high class, intrigue, seduction, revenge, power, and dare I say love, all come into play. And the play is Dangerous Liaisons brought to us by the UWM Peck School of the Arts Theatre main stage production this November.
You say you need a source of income and the traditional job market just isn’t doing it for you? Or you are employed, but mentally and/or emotionally unsatisfied with the work you’re doing? Maybe you have a desire to feel more a part of the community you live in. Would you like to work toward a sense of economic justice for all?