Tuesday evening August 19, approximately 100 people witnessed a new connection with the Milwaukee River via art and science. Unseen in the water below the Marsupial and Holton Street Bridge is a device called a Data Sonde.
Sunday October 7th. I walked up the stairs to Jim Searles’ dream studio. The afternoon sun was streaming through the windows. A man tickled the keys on the grand piano. I looked around the room for someone I knew. No. Just strangers with cameras. I got some food, (Jim throws a party right), and picked […]
by Tim LambrechtThe Brady Street Blessing of theBridges took place on Saturday, May20. In attendance were Mayor TomBarrett, Alderman Mike DAmato, StateSenator Jeff Plaly as well as other localdignitaries. Father Mike Hammer of theAIDS Ministry blessed the MarsupialBridge over the river and the PedestrianBridge over Lincoln Memorial Drive. Itwas nice to see a group of […]
article/photos by Tim Lambrecht On Sunday October 2, Ross Bigley left the Brady Street Pharmacy at 7:30 pm. He had already walked halfway across Brady Street and was waiting for the westbound motorist to stop to let him cross the rest of the way when he was hit from behind by an eastbound motorist. The […]
by Tim Lambrecht When Annette French, owner of Dragonfly (1117 E. Brady St.), and her niece Jessica St. John heard stories of abandoned and starving animals in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, they were determined to do something to help. They are both animal lovers, and Annette had animal rescue work experience from her work […]