by Janice Christensen At 4:05PM on May Day, 2013, the Riverwest 24-hour bike race filled its roster of 1,000 riders. Prospective riders had begun camping out in Garden Park next to the Public House the night before to be among the first in line when registration opened at 3PM on May 1. Thus begins one […]
County Executive Primary Set forFebruary 15
by Janice Christensen
The Riverwest Neighborhood Associationand the Riverwest Currents are sponsoring a Milwaukee CountyExecutive Candidate Forum on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 7-9 PM at the GordonPark Pavilion, Humboldt and Locust. All five candidates have beeninvited to participate. It will be moderated by peace activist GeorgeMartin. The Forum is free and open to the public.
Five candidates have declared for theMilwaukee County Executive position vacated when Scott Walker becameWisconsin’s governor. A nonpartisan primary set for Tuesday, Feb.15 will narrow the field to two candidates who will face off for theApril 5 election.
2828 N Humboldt Blvd.
and Locust St.
Saturday, September 25, 2010
9AM to 12NOON
The Ontological Autonomy of Ice Hockey:Building Community in Riverwest by Bob Buss
“I just want to build a sense of community.” Jeremy Prach is shuffling around on his backyard ice rink, located on an empty lot between the two houses he owns on Pierce Street.
by Tea Krulos, Photos by Paul Kjelland
Mission of a “Real Life Superhero”
The Watchman is a “real life superhero,” one of a growing movement of people who adopt costumed comic book-style personas. These people do charity events and safety patrols of their neighborhoods, looking for criminal activity.