May 2008

Cedar-Riverside mourns death of Somali teen

Tragedy sparks call for action on crime, youth issues

Riverfront on preservationists' 'endangered' list

City website offers tips for green remodeling

Register to win a home energy makeover by May 15

Police issue crime alert following second university-area rape in two weeks

Free personal safety workshop May 17

Seward resident takes top prize in international art contest

Sister Kenny exhibit closes May 18; HCMC portraits through June 27

Bike/Walk Week, May 12–18

Biking Rybak wins kick-off race; commuter rides and Sabo bridge dedication still to come

U student reports of late-night intruder

Public safety alert follows third recent incident of sexual misconduct on or near U campus

Business news May, 2008

Rayvic's to close; Frattallone's opens; Dinkytown barbers








Art-a-Whirl at ArtBlok

Local eateries score with ‘homegrown’ ingredients

Coffee table book earns place at dinner table

Rayvic to close this Friday after 76 years

Online auction on through May 22; viewing is Wednesday, May 21

Prospect Park East River Road Improvement Association, 5/19 meeting

Rapson memorial; Yale Avenue duplex development; Fourth Street Task Force; PPUMC pastor deaprting

Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association, 5/20 meeting

Marcy One Call; U Alliance demonstration project; Central Corridor; Steak Knife music license

Longfellow Community Council, 5/22 board meeting

Executive Committee elections; Howe Reuse Task Force





Seward Neighborhood Group May 28 meeting

Dozens gather at Seward potluck picnic, committee reports and volunteer recongnitions

Southeast Como Improvement Association, May 6 meeting

Central Corridor LRT impact; Tuttle rental canceled; Globe Tool agreement; Obento-Ya beer and wine license; Youthline staff

Walking towards the future

Seward looks for a shared vision on Franklin Avenue

Your friendly neighborhood drug store

Tom Sengupta wears his politics on his sleeve — and his walls and windows