by Jeff Johnson Kneeling before the baseboard of my eighty-year-old house, removing its darkened varnish to expose the richly grained red oak, I saw the droplet of Bix stripper drip into the outlet and explode. The flame shot across the floor and burst up the molding around the door, following the path I had laid […]
Opinion essays and letters from our readers.
by Vince Bushell The following is a summary of a presentation given in Madison at the Friends Meeting House by Nick Meima on May 16. Meima lives in a Cohousing community in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and he also designs and helps develop new Cohousing communities. Madison has at least one Cohousing community with about 18 […]
by Tanya Cromartie-Twaddle There’s no other way to put this. Pet waste is unsightly and it stinks! Riverwest is full of it! I’ve never seen so much crap left in public walking places in my life. My child care kids are always dodging it on our walks. I’ve had the unfortunate experience of stepping in […]
Riverwest Currents – Volume 1 – Issue 5 – June 2002
When my family moved into this neighborhood almost two years ago, it was to escape the high rent on the East Side and get out of apartment living. We were tired of living in a noisy building full of college students, and we wanted a bigger space for our growing family. We found a little […]