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East Lake Library Seeks Artists

There are a number of locations in Longfellow and Seward for artists to display their work – cafes, shops, galleries. One space that may not be as well…

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Christ Church: An Architectural Treasure in Longfellow

By Kari Cornell, guest writer Quietly tucked among the rows of cozy bungalows and tree-lined streets of the Longfellow neighborhood rises an architectural masterpiece—a building so significant that…

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Gandhi Mahal’s Ruhel Islam On Immigration

Gandhi Mahal’s Ruhel Islam was recently featured by Green Card Voices, a new website with the goal of helping immigrants tell their story of coming to America and…

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Capturing a New View of Longfellow: Longfellow365

by Kari Cornell, guest writer On any given Sunday throughout 2014, photographer Guthrie Byard will be seeing the Longfellow neighborhood in a whole new way—through the eye of…

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Seward Winter Frolic: A View from Faith Mennonite Church

Faith Mennonite Church in Seward was a great place to see the work of local artists during the Seward Winter Frolic last weekend. Special thanks to local photographer…

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Seward Winter Frolic: Photo Gallery

This past weekend was the Seward Winter Frolic, and if you weren’t able to make it out for the festivities we have some photos from the weekend. Thanks…

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Translating Legend & Lore Into Books for Children

Longfellow designer and author Jill Kuczmarski set out to give the hodag, the mythical creature of Northern Wisconsin lore, a much-needed makeover. Her hodag is cuddly and cute,…

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Welcome to the Small World: A View from Behind the Lens

In the world of minis, there are close encounters with bugs that seem prehistoric, adventures in far off places, and seemingly impossible tasks – like milking a cow….

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Anpetu Was’te Cultural Arts Market: Opening Next Summer on Franklin Ave

Next summer, a new marketplace will open on Franklin Avenue and will bring art, food, and music to a very unlikely location – the median between Cedar Avenue…

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Playing in Public: Three Playwrights Bring Public Into Process

This October, three playwrights will dive deep into the playmaking process during an intensive weeklong session at the Playwrights’ Center’s Playlabs. Working with a director, designer, and actors,…

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