Archive | October, 2005

Pedestrial Problems

article/photos by Tim Lambrecht On Sunday October 2, Ross Bigley left the Brady Street Pharmacy at 7:30 pm. He had already walked halfway across Brady Street and was waiting for the westbound motorist to stop to let him cross the rest of the way when he was hit from behind by an eastbound motorist. The […]

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Riverwest Access to Justice

by Julia Kolker, photo by Kurt Johnson “I’ve always needed to have a mission,” says attorney Karen Moore. Moore, along with attorney Jake Herro, is co-founder of Riverwest Access to Justice, L.L.C., a law clinic. The mission is to provide “moderate income people with low price law services,” says Moore.

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Robert Rindler

The Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design named Robert Rindler as its fifth president. Formerly Dean of the School of Art at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York, Rindler moved to Milwaukee this summer and began working at the college full time in August.

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Cistrunk Ordination

by Charlesetta Thompson On Sunday, Oct. 16, Rev. Dr. Terrell H. Cistrunk stood before a packed church, filled with members, family, neighbors and friends at her ordination service commissioned by the Presbytery of Milwaukee. Rev. Cistrunk has been pastor of the New Life Presbyterian Church, 3276 N. Palmer St., for almost twelve years. The neighborhood […]

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New Bronzeville

by Nik Kovac, photo by Kurt Johnson 23,000 vehicles per day drive along North Avenue near I-43. Another 137,000 zip by along the freeway itself. However, if the high number of vacant lots and buildings – especially between 5th and 7th Streets – are any indication, not many of those cars stop so that their […]

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