by Sura Faraj The morality police are coming! Shit. Can’t they just stay in Afghanistan and leave us to our separation-of-church-and-state Constitution? Oh, and what about that pesky Constitution? Is this historical document too old, or is it too modern for America’s Taliban? I just can’t figure it out. Didn’t they learn anything from Prohibition, […]
Archive | December, 2004
by Julia Kolker It’s a dark and silent Wednesday night outside the KM Art Gallery in Walker’s Point. But on the second floor of the gallery, accordion strains of the “Oompa Loompa” song lustily resonate.
by Sarah Mankowski While the rest of the kids are busy slamming quadruple espressos and filling ashtrays to unnatural capacities at Fuel Cafe, some may want to escape to Riverwest’s newest addition Tree of Life. Located across the street from the Foundation at 2713 N. Bremen St., Tree of Life serves as a bookstore, artisan […]
The Riverwest Health Initiative (RHI) announced on December 17 that they have received a $450,000 grant from the Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program.
by Jean Scherwenka Washing Well owner David Wilson met me at his laundromat on Locust and Oakland to give a short history and grand tour of his esteemed establishment.