by Lygia Angel, MSOM, LAc In Traditional Chinese Medicine, all disease is treated as an imbalance unique to the individual experiencing it. No two people are treated the same way even if they have the same disease. There are many reasons people get headaches or migraines, and there are many ways to treat headaches, depending […]
Archive | July, 2002
Around The Neighborhood…the mythos of Eudemon…exploring the liminal spaces of Riverwest…meeting the ordinary folk and having a good time. Eudemon carried a folding chair over to the corner of Locust and Bremen. He found a spot of shade under one of Garden Park’s trees and settled in for an afternoon of entertainment. It was Sunday […]
The Gordon Park Splash Pad opened for play on June 15, and every day after that has seen a steady stream of children playing in the cool waters, which are turned on from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. The splash pad is child-activated, since the sprinklers turn on when children fit their palms into […]
The Wisconsin DNR has developed a novel method of monitoring air pollution called “Where’s the Air?” Common plants can be used to determine the levels of ozone in your neighborhood.
by Tess Reiss At long last, summer’s finally here. You throw open the windows, take in a big deep breath, the house fills with fresh air, and then much to your dismay, in wafts a jangle of urban noise. The buzzing lawnmower early in the morning, firecrackers late at night, dogs yapping and barking, even […]