When John Edel set out to make a place for small businesses and artists in Bridgeport’s industrial wasteland, he knew it would be hard. He didn’t know it would be this hard.
The Fire Arts Center is like any other small business run by dedicated entrepreneurs–except for the pot of molten metal in the middle of the room.
We know fear and stress can make you sick. Researchers probe the brain to see how resilience can make you well.
“Bike awareness?” Maybe Critical Mass is just really about getting some fresh air.
All the activism in the world won’t help Roseland if the people who live there are just biding time till they can get out.
The mid-south side is ripe for development. Will new housing empower those who live there? Or will it drive them out for good?
Searching for the Real Stuff at the Checkerboard’s Monday Jam