Monthly Archives: February 2014

29th St. Statue: The Nag Reflex

Written by Steve Wilson (Reposted from the Winter Flea)

You’re a high school kid in Boerne, TX, out on the town with friends who are just as bored as you. So when you happen by an old abandoned house, none…

CNA General Meeting, February 19, 2014

Cherrywood Neighborhood Association held its winter general meeting on Wednesday, February 19, 2014. The quarterly meeting was held at Asbury Servant Church Fellowship Hall, 1605 38 1/2 St. from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The meeting was be chaired by Katie Halloran and the…

Cherrywood Neighborhood Farm Spring Season Starts Soon

Cherrywood Urban Patchwork Farm members are getting ready for a new season growing healthy, fresh vegetables right here in the neighborhood, and we’re looking for people interested in taking part in our farm community.

The first spring distribution of homegrown veggies…

Steering Committee Meeting, February 12, 2014

The Cherrywood Neighborhood Association’s Steering Committee met on February 12, 2014 at 6:30 p.m., at Taqueria Los Altos. The meeting was chaired by Katie Halloran and the agenda was the following:

  1. Call to order
  2. Roll call, sign-in, indtroductions
  3. Approval of previous…

February 2014 Mueller Update

Written by Rick Krivoniak

Due to the introduction of the new RapidBus line with the capability of maintaining a green signal a bit longer to help the “rapid” part of that system, anticipated dates for installing a traffic signal at Airport…

VORTEX Celebrating 25th Birthday with Fundraiser

The VORTEX Repertory Company just turned 25 years old and celebrated with a fantastic birthday bash on January 10. They are raising funds for an urgently needed new lighting system as a 25th birthday present for themselves through a Kickstarter campaign.…

The Cherrywood Plant and Book Swap Duo Close in on their 20th Event

Written by Jack Darby and Erika Albright (Reposted from the Winter Flea)

How it all began We hosted the first swap—just plants—in 2005. A year before, Elizabeth McMahon had a plant swap on Giles. Elizabeth passed away about a year…

34th St. Must-See TV

Written by Steve Wilson (Reposted from the Winter Flea)

Twenty years ago, a friend in the neighborhood dropped off a 1,000-pound cement statue of a TV in Jeff’s yard. “It was kind of a surprise,” says Jeff (who wants his…

LUT Committee Meeting, February 5, 2014

The Cherrywood Land Use and Transportation (LUT) Committee met on February 5, 2013 at 7:15 p.m., at Taqueria Los Altos. The meeting was chaired by Girard Kinney and the agenda was the following:

7:00 Arrive, arrange table, order food & beverages…

Jennifer Balkan, Artist & Teacher

Written by Jennifer Balkan

I am an oil painter.  My favorite subject matter is the figure and portrait.   I have been teaching classes in my studio to small groups since 2005.   My classes include “Introduction to figure painting,”…

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