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The Rear End
Justin Vernon to headline music festival with his local side project The Shouting Matches
new album sees Johnson coming home
UWEC’s Jazz Ensemble again named among best
officials explode expectations by considering tunes with lyrics, local musicians
local punk band sets out on summer tour
city holding public input meetings on major roadway
What’s the best way to get from Water Street to Oakwood Mall?
cool new garden center humbly started with a 12 year-old
earth-pleasing tips for the biggest party you’ll ever have
wedding traditions from around the world
traditional gifts for the bride & groom
local gifts from the bride & groom
alchemy family farm can feed your guests and free your conscience
wedding tips from the silver screen
the city-approved plan to better the streets for bikes, pedestrians
cyclists put them there because there aren’t enough bike racks
progressive utilization of rarely inhabited fire hydrant spaces
a blunt conversation with a city official
these are the people shaping the transportation landscape. you got a problem, talk to them.
the benefits of widening sidewalks or creating pedestrian plazas
increasing the presence of sidewalk dining downtown
a downtown revived from the dead by widening the sidewalk
the proposal for a “woonerf” on Thorp Drive
moving away from “welfare on wheels” and into invited experience
a recap of the laws for motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians
the progressive start and controversial end of local Critical Mass bike rides
instant reactions to the “new” are often misguided
how a street obstruction trained drivers to see pedestrians on Water Street
the nation is starting to join the worldwide trend to increase investment in friendly streets
a quick list of some funding options
an open forum for readers to discuss "Reinventing Our Streets"
Leave your name and a comment if you plan to attend.
popular items in the last month
44 North aims to offer a complete dining experience
paranormal investigator Chad Lewis offers his list of top scary spots.
Eau Claire barbecue spot moves to Mall Drive