by Nick DiMarsh, photo by Alice M Waraxa December 13, 2010, Andy arrived in Milwaukee in a blizzard. He parked in the Growing Power parking lot in the middle of the night and fell asleep. Andy came to work there as an intern. He was already shoveling goat manure by noon, the day he arrived.
Archive | November, 2014
They say you can’t buy happiness, but you can buy local! The Green Holidays section is a handy guide to local holiday music, fairs, art, books, shopping, and dining. “Green Holidays” means local shopping and keeping the “green” in the hood. It also means going “green” with eco-friendly gifts. Our local shopkeepers offer many ways
1 MONDAY DRY HOOTCH COFFEE HOUSE 1030 E Brady, Riverwest Elders Planning Team Meeting 11AM-1PM LINNEMAN’S 1001 E Locust, Poets Monday, 7:30PM PINK HOUSE STUDIO 601 E Wright St, Pay What You Can Yoga with Andrea 12-1:15PM 2 TUESDAY BOSWELL BOOKS 2559 N Downer, 25 Days of Grinch-mas Launch Party – games, goodies, fun
by Jim Loew The eclectic, thoroughly fascinating, and enter-taining Riverwest Radio (RwR), which has been available through web broadcast, or “podcast,” has been granted a construction permit for a low-power FM station in the Milwaukee area by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). For all those involved with making Riverwest Radio happen, this is a big
by Ellen C. Warren Long before good old Santa Claus got the job of finding out who was naughty or nice there was a team who handled that duty. Precursor to Santa, St. Nicholas headed out on the eve of his name day with his dark buddy, Krampus, in tow. In the night they would