Archive | December 2004

Radio For The People

“Radio for Milwaukee” is soon to be more than just that little voice of hope in supporters’ ears. Plans have been approved for a group of prominent Milwaukeeans to take over WYMS-FM, currently the Milwaukee Public Schools’ station, and Radio For Milwaukee (RFM) could be riding the airwaves by mid 2005. The school board approved […]

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No Socks Please

by Kelly Voss ‘Twas but one day after Halloween when I had my first glimpse of the holidays-to-come in a department store. The costumes had orange clearance stickers on them, and the Christmas trees, sparkly decorations, and more, were peeping out of cardboard boxes. In the air was a feverish hum as employees scrambled to […]

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Robin Leenhouts

by Julia Kolker / photograph by Peter DiAntoni Robin Leenhouts isn’t sure if she is worthy of the Neighbor Spotlight. “I don’t know if I’ve been such a good neighbor,” she says with a surprised laugh when contacted for an interview.

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Eco Friendly Gifts

Do you have difficulty coming up with unique gifts for friends and family? Why not keep both their interests and the environment in mind when buying this holiday season? Eco-friendly gifts are abundant, and you can find a great gift for nearly anyone with a little investigation.

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Movin’ On Up

by PP D’CaCa The 19th Annual Leo Feldman Christmas & Craft Show, a longtime staple of the Riverwest holiday season, is changing venues this year. Like George and Weezy Jefferson, Leo Feldman is “movin’ on up, to a dee-luxe apartment in the sky.”

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