by Julia Kolker, photo by Peter DiAntoni In this month of Father’s Day, the neighbor spotlight focuses on Brian Verdin. In his soft-spoken manner, he does not exactly brag about his five sons, but he is clearly pleased with the choices they have made in their lives so far. He is one very proud father.
Archive | June, 2005
by Yolanda D. White When my mother moved my brother and me to the 2400 block of Murray Street in 1975, absent were flaming crosses or white-sheeted cone heads greeting us. Surely, there was racism, as there always has been and will be, but my brother and I were blissfully ignorant of its raging effects.
by America Masaros A lot of people in our neighborhood are thinking about money right now. Development. Property values. Social Security. This might be a good time think about money and what we want from it.
1 WEDNESDAY ART BAR: Guy Fiorentini 8PMBremen Cafe: Midweek Mountain Music. 9:30PM LINNEMAN’S: Acoustic open stage. Jessi Lemont 9:30PM 2 THURSDAY BREMEN CAFE: Open Mic 9PMCLUB TIMBUKTU: African Music Night 9PM LINNEMAN’S: Matt Hendricks & Brian Nebel SCHWARTZ SHOREWOOD: Richard Louv, Last Child in the Woods. 7PM 3 FRIDAY BREMEN CAFE: Avator &The Meeteah Strike […]
photo/text by Darrell Smith A thin wiry woman with a pleasant smile entered the room inconspicuously and took a seat in the back. Students from Pierce Elementary did not notice her, as they were busy participating in a daylong workshop at the Peace Learning Center.