Tuesday, January 20, 2015
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  Accompanied by bagpipers and drummer, dozens of mourners walked around Capitol Square in solemn procession beside a black hearse pulled by two Clydesdale horses.   Bundled up against the cold, they came outside on December 21, the first day of winter, to pay respect and honor... + continue reading
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
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  Are you afraid of heights? Many people feel queasy at the thought of climbing a ladder or working on a roof, let alone going higher into the sky than that. Richard Epperson has no fear of heights and that gave him a career I didn’t even know existed. But before he describes his life... + continue reading
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
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Was it only a little under three years ago that the Madison Occupy Protests were ignited by the same King Idiot who is still in his big-boy high-chair? It’s been a rough three years for us, Wisconsin, boot-stomped at every turn by the Sauron Trinity of Koch-WMC-King Idiot. Rough, too,... + continue reading
Gavin Farber
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
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Gavin Farber has a full-time job, a roof over his head, and a place to call home.  But it wasn’t always that way.  Until just a few months ago, Gavin was homeless, living first in his car and then on the street for much of the past year.  “Last winter was hell,... + continue reading
Sunday, December 21, 2014
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Discussions are in progress in the EOC to recognize the homeless as a vulnerable group needing rights protections by Megan Miller, Street Pulse contributor   “We have the right not to freeze to death in the winter or die of heat stroke in the summer. We have a right to a... + continue reading
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  Accompanied by bagpipers and drummer, dozens of mourners walked around Capitol Square in solemn procession beside a black hearse pulled by two Clydesdale horses.   Bundled up against the cold, they came outside on December 21, the first day of winter, to pay respect and honor our homeless neighbors who have died. ... + continue reading
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  Are you afraid of heights? Many people feel queasy at the thought of climbing a ladder or working on a roof, let alone going higher into the sky than that. Richard Epperson has no fear of heights and that gave him a career I didn’t even know existed. But before he describes his life as a steeplejack, he backs up and starts at the... + continue reading

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  Accompanied by bagpipers and drummer, dozens of mourners walked around Capitol Square in solemn procession beside a black hearse pulled by two Clydesdale horses.   Bundled up... + continue reading