Gentrification has been a hot topic around the city lately. Whether you think it is good or bad, the renovation of The Hide House Arts Complex by Gibson (Gib) Bathrick of Alton Enterprises, LLC is a shining example of how the entrepreneurial spirit can benefit artists, musicians, and budding small business owners.
Archive | September, 2002
A Program to Help Low Income Homeowners Maintain their Properties Work is in progress on properties accepted for the Neighborhood Improvement Project (NIP) for this year. The YMCA Community Development Corporation (CDC) is one of the agencies that do major home repair under this program. The program is funded by Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) […]
Sunflower (heianthus annus) This delightful flower is more than just a pretty face. The sunflower’s raw seeds are bursting with potential life-giving force and ultra-nutrient density, putting these kernels in a unique class called “super foods” (foods that not only provide nutrients but also have the potential to assist in alleviating ailments). Indigenous peoples from […]
In a major rebuilding project, the owners of the gas station at the corner of Holton and Burleigh St. have announced plans to replace the old building.
by Lygia Angel Recently I treated a client for post-shingles neuralgia and migraines. My client had reoccurring bouts of shingles and was left with post-shingles neuralgia that manifested as a burning sensation along her inner thighs and the lower portion of her back. She also had reoccurring cluster migraines on the right side of her […]