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Foster just may get the residential development it sorely needs. Oddly enough, and refreshingly so, it probably won’t come at the hands of developers moving on from their latest fetes on Hawthorne, Division, or the stretch of SE 50th that … Continue reading
It’s easy to get caught up in the energy surrounding new businesses in the neighborhood, shows at the Bobwhite, or the potential of a new streetscape plan for Foster. However, one of the great possibilities for the neighborhood exists in … Continue reading
Perhaps this will be a lesson in tempering our expectations before they become too unattainable, as Nick Storie and his Bob White Theatre have cancelled the summer series of events, also known as The Reconstruction, in the building’s Wurlitzer Warehouse. … Continue reading
If you can get through the rain today, the sun reemerges tomorrow and we bump up into the 70’s on Sunday. Should be a fairly nice weekend. Hope you all find a way to enjoy it. Now on to your … Continue reading
The weekend is finally here, and it couldn’t have come soon enough. We certainly psyched ourselves up for spring, only to be let down in a way that we knew would happen. Bummer. While the week was somewhat uneventful, we … Continue reading
On the surface, Foster-Powell presents a dichotomy: on one hand, a rough-around-the-edges collection of substandard housing, and a dreary and bleak commercial strip that bears its name; on the other, a snapshot of change, with renovated homes, landscaped yards, and … Continue reading