Posted inEcology and the Environment, Green Spaces Briefs, Riverwest History, Telling Our Stories

Our History Begins With The River

by Tom Tolan (Editor’s nore: This was first published in the January 2003 edition of the Riverwest Currents) You could argue that it was the Milwaukee River, threading its way between glacial ridges, that determined the future character of the Riverwest neighborhood. By digging a deep valley, it created steep banks that would be attractive […]

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Calender Happy New Year! 1/2019

MONDAY, DEC 31. New Years Eve! BREMEN CAFÉ Cullah; Thriftones. 10pm. CIRCLE A John Stano 8pm / DJ Trail Boss Tim Cook 10pm COMPANY BREWING New YAMS Eve 2019 ft DJ Bizzon | 6 Hours & 6 Decades of Music. Champagne toast at midnight; appetizer buffet all night; movies on the big screen; heated patio; […]

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Psychology of Green Space

Turn Off those Screens you are always looking at and get outdoors. by Jordyn Noennig Diversity is something that urban areas try to encourage in cities. Diversity of people, diversity of cuisine, diversity of festivals, and diversity of experiences. But something that can be easily overlooked in developing urban areas is diversity in nature. Studies […]