by Mary Vuk Julie Strand, Educational Coordinator of Woodland Pattern, said that students take pride in writing a poem. Poetry isnt always viewed as the most exciting or cool art form, but in our programs students get to write and say exactly what they want and know that their thoughts and experiences are worth something.
Archive | January 1970
compiled by Currents Staff Up On Downer Historical Society Throws a Curve In February, over the loud objections of most nearby residents, the City Planning Commission (CPC) and the Common Council voted to approve plans for a five story parking garage on the southeast corner of Downer Avenue and Belleview Place, which would displace a
by Laura Richard For years now, it has been a priority of the East Side Business Improvement District to invest in gorgeous gardening for the area to help keep the neighborhood beautiful. This is no small undertaking considering the number of factors that must be considered. One of the biggest issues is how to keep
by Emily DeLeo Spring has sprung! Now is the time to start buying your plants and flowers and begin to enjoy all the health benefits of gardening. You should also be aware of some simple safety precautions you can take when working in your yard. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has put together
stories and photos by Charlesetta Thompson Over 50 jazz enthusiasts gathered at the closing pot luck for Reflections & Recollections of the Pasts Jazz and Jive exhibit held at Greer Oaks Gallery, 2463 N. Palmer St. The menu consisted of Louisiana dishes including jambalaya, seafood gumbo and red beans and rice. Special performances were given