When Lincoln Fowler, co-owner of Alterra Coffee Roasters, decided to open the company’s ninth and newest location in Riverwest, he planned to follow many of the same environmental steps as his other cafés.
Archive | November, 2007
If you pass by 2122 E. Locust St. you may notice that the old People’s Books has a shiny new look and that the front canopy now bears the name People’s Books Cooperative.
Sunday October 7th. I walked up the stairs to Jim Searles’ dream studio. The afternoon sun was streaming through the windows. A man tickled the keys on the grand piano. I looked around the room for someone I knew. No. Just strangers with cameras. I got some food, (Jim throws a party right), and picked […]
“…there is a river whose streams make the city glad…” -Psalm 46 Recently I enjoyed the privilege of interviewing Capuchin Friar Jerry Schroeder, Pastor of St. Ben’s on 9th and State and Interim Director of the new St. Francis Institute Milwaukee in the Capuchin Center on 4th and Brown. We met at the Center, and […]
Sunday, November 4, 7pm Woodland Pattern Book Center 720 East Locust Street, Milwaukee • $8, $7 student, $6 members The David Stackenäs – Tatsuya Nakatani Duo