Darelene Wesenberg Rzezotarski April: Wherein the Grimeses become the center of an April Fool’s Day mystery, Blue Jay’s reputation as a poet of note grows, the city celebrates Earth Day at the edge of Lake Michigan, Lily receives an important letter, and the caretakers are called upon to perform a heroic rescue. “April Fool’s joke, […]
Neighbor Spotlight: Mia Rudolph-Schulta
by Ellen C. Warren What do you think when you hear the phrase, “Living in reciprocity with nature”? Does it feel familiar, like, oh yeah, that’s what we need to do? Or do you have some difficulty getting a picture of what that really means? Those raised with the Bible are aware of the idea […]
Editorial: The Bluebird of Happiness or the Spiders Web?
by Vince Bushell This editorial relates to the cover illustration. It is meant to be Halloween scary funny and serious at the same time. If you look closely enough, the spider has a man’s face, Ron Johnson, the Republican Senator from Wisconsin. The Blue Bird, and it is a blue bird, resembles Mandela Barnes, the […]
Neighbor Spotlight: Barry Lewis (September 2022)
by Ellen C. Warren Travel east on Wright Street, cross the torn-up Humboldt Blvd, and slope down the hill for a brew at The Gig. If you want to meet our man-of-the-hour, Barry Lewis, make sure it’s a game night. Depending on the time of year, that could be a Brewer’s game, Packer game, Buck’s […]
Tannenbaum Arms – Chapter 6
Author Darlene Wesenberg Rzeztorski February 1970: Wherein the Grimeses move into Apartment 2, Messy Bessie learns to bark to guitar music, the trial of the Chicago 7 continues with a “not guilty of conspiracy” verdict, and three surprises—two pleasant and one unpleasant—find their way into the caretakers’ English Basement apartment. “Okay, I’m getting up. Right […]
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