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The Phenology of Nature

by Jim McGinity A juvenile Red-headed Wood-pecker has been entertaining students and Riverside Park visitors throughout the fall and winter. It was first seen in November and seems to be sticking around in the same area. With the mild winter and abundant mast (acorn) crop, this bird will most likely survive the winter right in […]

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Mayfield’s

The mythos of Eudemon…exploring the liminal spaces of Riverwest…meeting the ordinary folk and having a good A Place that people need — the small personal touch.”– Bill Jordan It was just after nine on a Sunday night. Eudemon’s eyes were drawn to the red-orange neon sign that had just flashed on in the window on […]

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At Mayfield’s

“A Place that people need — the small personal touch.” –Bill Jordan It was just after nine on a Sunday night. Eudemon’s eyes were drawn to the red-orange neon sign that had just flashed on in the window on the other side of Pierce Street. It said Mayfield’s. Just above the window was a painted […]

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