September 26th, 2013

Food, Culture and Community – The Thirsty Scholar

by Bryan Enas

This past July, The Thirsty Scholar opened on the corner of 16th and Pennsylvania Street in the historic Old Northside. While the name evokes intelligence, the mood within the building is not one of arrogance. Co-owners Chris Piazza and Kevin Schmidlin chose the name to reflect the selection of products offered rather than describe a […]

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September 20th, 2013

Art Squared

by Emily Vanest

September 21 is my favorite day of the arts calendar year — Fountain Square’s “Art Squared,” with three free arts events happening throughout the day.  First, Masterpiece in a Day is Fountain Square’s one-day creating and writing competition.  Anyone can participate in the cash prize competition . . . just bring your paints and canvas, […]

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September 11th, 2013

Built, Building, Build – new work by Kathryn Dart

by cgindy

  Kathryn Dart ­ 833 Jefferson Avenue In July 2011, my husband and I bought our first home in St. Clair Place, at the beginning of what we hoped would be a remarkable transformation of the neighborhood. Now two years later, when we look down our street, we see both how far the community has […]

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September 4th, 2013

Food, Culture and Community – B’s Po Boy

by Bryan Enas

Over the past few years Ryan Borchelt frequently traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana with his wife, Deb, for vacation. One of the reasons he and his wife kept going back to New Orleans was for the food. Ryan’s experience in the culinary arts as a chef in both England and around the United States helped […]

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