by Dan Knauss and Sonya Jongsma Knauss Late Nite is not nostalgic in the sense of presenting an idealized vision of “the good old days,” just as it isn’t about mocking the past. A traditionalist and an iconoclast, Sister has little respect for nuns who gave up the habit, but she thinks women should be […]
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Publishing is not necessarily community-building–it may be “merely pushing content or information at people.” What do you wish you were listening to? What do you wish you were looking at? What do you wish you were reading?
–Homer in Wim Wenders’ Der Himmel uber Berlin While I was in North Carolina for Christmas, I picked up a copy of The Independent and noticed a sad theme for the end of 2002 issue: suicide. David Need’s review of Jack Miles’ Christ: A Crisis in the Life of God (Vintage Press) says Miles, who […]
The official buzz is in the streets. In mid-January Tom Daykin wrote a front page Sunday feature in the Journal Sentinel about Riverwest as an up-and-coming neighborhood. It will be interesting to see what and who we “draw” in the next couple of years. Will the changes be substantial and dramatic? Will we lose our […]