The Riverwest Neighborhood Association meeting covered several important development and safety issues last month, as well as accepting nominations for its first slate of elected board members. Topic covered: Snail’s Crossing (Baby Park) progress – Art Bar Cafe & Gallery plans – The Riverwest Investment Co-op (RIC) house rehab – Biopak Building – Watertower Park […]
Archive | November 2003
by Jennifer Wilson If you ask Charles Perkins what he does for fun, you’ll hear answers you might expect from a young person: listen to music, play video games, and talk with friends. Talk to him a little more, though, and you’ll discover that this energetic teen has a higher calling.
November News Briefs: Snail’s Crossing, Bike routes, Riverwest’s Best of, Voices Against Hunger, The Hot Boards, etc.
by Vince Bushell Where our food comes from and how it is produced is becoming a serious concern for consumers aware of some questionable practices in the agricultural industry. Not all practices within the industry are necessarily bad, but often the choices made by the producers are related more to profit than to taste or […]
by Eryn Moris A package of ground beef travels on a conveyor belt into a chamber with walls six feet thick and is exposed to either gamma rays or electron beams. Either way, the beef is exposed to the same amount of radiant energy found in about 150 million chest x-rays.