It's a transcendent week for many of us, a time to pull together to celebrate faith, rebirth, and deliverance. For some of us it's involved the shock of an early-morning police raid, a shooting, and now coming to terms with the aftermath. Life in the neighborhood proceeds apace, offering several ways to connect, to reflect, and to remember.
- This weekend there's a sunrise service, as well as a service and potluck.
- Shelters within a shelter: Darla seeks tents.
- Kathleen directs a spring concert.
- Not your everyday fare: Benjamin Britten's English adaptation of a surrealist opera.
- SEEDArts offers a series of homegrown documentaries.
- Mollia offers dance camp for girls.
- Join a birding crowd in Seward Park.
- Jana offers family music classes
- If you haven't already attended the Southeast District Council, well, there's next month.
- In our blogossiphere,
- Neighbors and the Stranger discuss the SWAT raid of Friday morning.
- Empire Espresso shares what's new.
- Green Eileen moves toward opening day.
- Gather does good.
- Got green? asks, "where's ours?"
- Plate of Nations
- In Citizen discussion,
- a tumbleweed tent
- Booty camp
- more car break-ins
- temporary housing offered
- belly dancing
There's all that and more. Check it out.
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