by Jeremy Berg The lumberhorn is a 2 x 4 with an echo chamber on the bottom, and two piano strings tuned with wing nuts. The sensibility that would lead someone (lumberhorninst B.J. McCrow) to conceive of and build such an instrument instead of just using a bass pervades Blood Is Thicker Than Moonshine, and […]
Archive | June 2004
Our community is witnessing an onslaught by an advancing green army of garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) that is smothering parts of our backyards and parks. It has been a particularly bad year for this delicious invasive plant introduced over 100 years ago…
by Victoria Taylor It’s Sunday, June 13, and the 28th Annual Locust Street Festival is ready to tap into fun with an 11:30 a.m. Beer Run. Legendary!
Are you ready to landscape with Wisconsin native plants but aren’t sure which ones are best suited to your sliver of urban green space?
by Judith Ann Moriarty The final issue of Art Muscle magazine was published in the summer of 1997. As publisher/editor, I made the decision to devote our farewell to the “art of criticism.” Four well-known writers were given space to correct the common misunderstanding of the word “criticism,” i.e. that it does not mean to […]