by Eryn Moris / photograph by Peter DiAntoni “I have this stereotypical Catholic guilt like ‘You should be in school, you should be working a straight job, you should get married and have a family,’” he says. “I always have that on one shoulder and then on this other one, ‘You know you should get […]
The monthly neighbor spotlight.
by Peter Schmidtke / photograph by Peter Di Antoni From the living room of their two-story home on Holton Street where they have lived for 21 years, Luis and Ada Rivera recount the turn of events that led them to claim their own part of the American Dream.
by Jan Christensen / photo by Peter DiAntoni John Lindquist had intended to join the Marine Corps right after he graduated from Washington High School in 1966. But he went to London to see the Rolling Stones first. Then, as so often happens, life got complicated.
by Jim Hendersen Over the past eight years, Jesse Windom has taken five rundown, former slumlord properties and turned them into livable, comfortable shelters for the homeless, mentally handicapped and onetime criminal offenders. He could now be called, respectfully and legitimately, a “shelterlord.”
by Janice Christensen To friends and neighbors, they’re Peaches and Coco. Julene and Corwin Crockett moved to the 2500 block of North Bremen Street from Booth Street ten years ago.