by Lee Gutowski Davey Noble’s business is art – wait, strike that. His life is art. It’s doing his art, which is the same as doing his life. Since 2020, he’s run his custom framing and art restoration shop, Noble Arts, out of a storefront in Riverwest, and (go figure) he loves his work.Noble comes
The monthly neighbor spotlight.
by Ellen C. Warren My ears perked up as I realized I was listening to Rosemary Oliveira’s voice coming out of the radio. Yes, it was her and she was telling her story clearly and distinctly, as she does most things. She doesn’t mince words.RoseMary had responded to a newspaper article she’d read about electrical
by Lee Gutowski Scott Summers has hustle. You’ve probably seen him hustling, playing his saxophone for Brewers fans outside the stadium (for the last twenty years, about), or for Bucks fans downtown in the Deer District. Or maybe you’ve caught him playing before and after big concerts at Summerfest – most recently Michael Bublé or
James, Kaytee and Romeo by Lee Gutowski Remember the “polar vortex” of the winter of 2017/2018? Of course, Wisconsinites do, but for Kaytee Luke, who moved to Riverwest that February from California, the weather was especially disconcerting. “I thought, oh no, what have I done? I mean, Mount Shasta would get weather and storms, but