Opinion essays and letters from our readers.
by Adam Krueger “Good morning, Riverwest. This is Richard and Bagel.” It is a welcome many in the community see every morning on social media. They are the routine words written almost daily by the unofficial Mayor of Roverwest, Richard Franklin speaking in part on the behalf of everyone’s favorite neighborhood beagle, Bagel. Both are […]
By Brenna Gonderman Autumn has arrived. The days are getting shorter and the dawn of digital learning has begun. In order to help slow the spread of COVID-19 Milwaukee schools remain closed. But most families cannot afford to put their lives on hold. Working at a local childcare and youth center I have watched virtual […]
“Your on earth. There’s no cure for that” Paul Klee, Strange Angel by Bill Embly When I think of Samuel Beckett I think of Waiting for Godot, published in 1952 and first performed in 1953, a play about nothing, a play in which nothing happens. I read Waiting for Godot in college. Crossing campus one […]