I am always amazed at the sheer courage it takes people using wheelchairs to navigate the streets of Eastwood. In the summer, they have to work their way up and over or around broken or heaved sidewalks, sidewalks made narrow by encroaching grass and dirt, and cars parked over the sidewalks. And in the winter, just one house on a block with its sidewalk made impassible by snow means anyone trying to get from point A to point B must then walk in the street. Continue reading Demand safer streets!
An Eastwood neighbor moved and cannot expect his family to continue to care for his dog. He has two days to find a home for it or it will be put down. Look at this gorgeous dog:
Continue reading Can you rescue this dog?
Sean Kirst, a columnist and blogger at the Post-Standard, has written great columns about various aspects of Eastwood. This is one you won’t want to miss, as it exemplifies what urban living in a close-knit community looks and acts like: people who care for each other.
Neighbors step up . . . → Read More: Sean Kirst: “Neighbors step up for emergency”
In memory of Joe-joe and Julia Sgroi
The tragic fire suffered by our neighbors some weeks ago will affect its survivors for the rest of their lives. So that they might be assured of our care for them, we ask that you go out of your way to buy as many of these bracelets as . . . → Read More: Support the Mia Sgroi Education Fund
One of the gems of our neighborhood is Sunnycrest Park. There are very few urban parks in this country where you can both golf in the summer and ski in the winter, but Sunnycrest is one of them. It is a facility for residents, non-residents, students who attend school nearby, anyone. It has the dedicated people of the Sunnycrest Park Association watching over it and working hard to make it the joy that it is. Continue reading Can we respond compassionately to crime?