Village Viewpoint – January 2018

Dear Neighbors, Happy New Year from all of us at BAPA! We hope you and your family enjoyed a wonderful holiday. This is a time of year when we can reflect on all that […]

BAPA Brings Author Program to Local Schools

Nikola-Lisa prioritizes his interests as storytelling, music and writing, in that order. The author of 20 children’s books and a former second grade teacher, Nikola-Lisa is a man with many […]

Fitness 2018: Body, Mind and Spirit

By Kristin Boza The start of a new year is a new chance to get or stay healthy, but we’re often doomed by the cold, gloomy weather that encourages hibernation. […]

Home Cooking with Southtown Health Foods

By Kristin Boza Chances are, eating better food is on the to-do list for 2018. Southtown Health Foods, 2100 95th St. has numerous organic food and special diet options to […]

No Need to Grieve Alone

By Lisa Catania, LCSW and Aida Pigott, LCSW Grief is an uncomfortable visitor that visits us all.  It does not matter whether we anticipate a death or are surprised in […]

Neighborhood Notes — January 2018

  Champagne & Sweets. Enjoy and evening of Champagne and Sweets to celebrate the new year, Sat., Jan 6, 7 p.m., Ridge Historical Society, 10621 S. Seeley Ave. $25. RSVP […]