#89: Jean Smith Clay artist Jean Smith Is a familiar face in the co-op community, where she's been building and exhibiting works both joyful and challenging for many years. Her creations range from colorful wall pieces and fanciful shrines to major ceramic installations, often referencing plant for ... More >>
The reasons why shopping local is a good idea have been floating around so much lately that anyone who cares about their community, or shopping, or both, knows the basic tenets by heart. Still, it never hurts to repeat them: Shopping for local merchandise at small businesses close to home keeps yo ... More >>
Smile. You don't have to go broke this weekend.We're here to help maintain your sanity and financial stability this holiday season with a couple movies, a photo show, dance parties, art and more. If you need some spots to blow off some steam after blowing two paychecks on stuff for yourself o ... More >>
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