You’ve seen the signs around the East Village neighborhood north of Brady Street: No Overlay District. What’s it all about? It’s a long story.
Archive | October 2004
by Eric B. Griswold Three kinds of false love often distract us away from the real thing. These three kinds are dependency, power and addiction.
Mario’s plastic shotgun is tucked away in a hole in the wall of my basement. Every now and then, when I’m on my way up the stairs from the laundry room, the orange barrel catches my eye and a tiny tinge of guilt pulls at me. But I am strong and shake it off quick […]
Dr. Wallace Cheatham, a musical jewel of our Harambee community, has been selected to be included in the 22nd, 2005 edition of Who’s Who in the World. He is being honored for his outstanding achievements as a musician and composer.
The Harambee Ombudsman Project will be proudly celebrating their 25th Anniversary with a gala affair, on Friday, Oct. 15, 2004 at the Radisson Hotel – Mayfair. The event will include a noted speaker, a dinner, a silent auction and entertainment.