Archive | October 2003

Performance Art Exhibition Showcases Riverwest Talent

by Jeremy Berg Performance art differs most of all from any associated discipline in that its very nature changes with the circumstances of any given night (which is one reason that performance art frequently involves audience participation). Unlike theater, a performance art piece, while it may contain planned elements, can never be written down and […]

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Welcoming Change…The Celebrations of Autumn

As summer winds down into autumn, it’s common for people’s moods to wander down into a darker place. This has been a difficult year for many of us. Our country has become involved in a horrible war. It’s hard to escape the feeling that we have made a terrible mess in Iraq, and have no […]

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Little Women

It could be selective memory. I don’t know. But I’m not that old…I’m not that prudish. I’m just fed up with school girls wearing outfits that I’d have to think twice about wearing to the nightclub. Makes me wanna pull out the sewing machine and send my own girl to school in some momma-made clothes. […]

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NIP Helps Low Income Homeowners Maintain Properties

If you own your home and have a low income, you may qualify for a grant that would pay for major home repairs. The YMCA Community Development Corporation (CDC) is one agency that does major home repair under the NIP program. The program is funded by Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) dollars.

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