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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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 […]
If you own a pet, you probably depend on your veterinarian and pet food manufacturers to tell you what your pet needs. But if you rely on television and magazine advertisements to tell you how to keep your pet healthy, you may want to think again. Can we really trust what the ads say? How […]
by Tanya Cromartie-Twaddle On any other evening, you might find Erica kickin’ it on the steps in front of her house with her friends. But today the 14-year-old sat down for a serious discussion concerning her feelings on the gas station at the corner of Holton and Burleigh. “I only go over there if I […]
“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 […]