September 2014

House Tour | Hidden Treasures of Northside

September 21, 2014 // 0 Comments

If you have ever wandered by a neighborhood home and been curious about what it might be like inside, the Hidden Treasures of Northside House Tour is the perfect way for you to spend the afternoon. [...]

Health & Wellness | How Not to Make Friends

September 19, 2014 // 0 Comments

"Successful friends, parents or lovers have that certain something that makes communication flow in difficult as well as in easy times. Rapport building is a skill that can be learned. It involves reading body language, hearing and using the other person’s language style preferences, and pacing in such a way that the interaction feels like a mutual dance. It proves invaluable in all interpersonal relationships in one’s professional and personal life." [...]

Starting With an Outdoor Movie Theater for Northside

September 19, 2014 // 0 Comments

If word hasn’t reached you yet, we — PAR-Projects — have officially purchased 1662 Hoffner Street, a little parcel of land in Northside where we plan to construct our long-awaited art & education center. [...]

Northsiders Step Up for Their Neighbors

September 19, 2014 // 1 Comment

Northsiders Walk for CAIN to feed their neighbors: Lori Finke, Erwin Goedicke, Jerry Finke and Marion DiFalco stepping up at the CAIN tent Thank you Northside! Churches [...]

Intrepid Urban Farmer | No Tomato Left Behind

September 16, 2014 // 0 Comments

It is the time of year when I have a continually full basket of tomatoes on my kitchen floor. At any time, there are at least twenty-five tomatoes (and often double that amount) of every variety. For the past several years, I’ve had a lot of success with my tomato crops, in spite of battles with blights, bugs, wilts and other fun things. I fight the good fight. [...]

My Northside Kitchen (feat: Paul)

September 15, 2014 // 0 Comments

"what we don’t know about any given person or situation far exceeds what we presume to actually know. Perspective, in my opinion, is markedly derived from individual human experience. It makes concepts like "food gentrification" less relevant and basic ideas like "human compassion" more urgent. (Of course, at the end of the day, I believe it's all intertwined.)" [...]
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