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Tai chi: slow, gentle antidote to a fast-paced world

Tai chi is a centuries-old Chinese internal martial art that does not rely on physical might. Instead it embodies an ancient taoist principle of the soft overcoming the hard. This gentle moving...

 
 By Julie Rosier    Local    July 4, 2013

Junior lessons in hill, skill and will

The Danger Social justice activist and writer Grace Lee Boggs believes that every crisis contains both danger and opportunity. Considered a wise woman, Boggs was born the same year as the first Mount...

 
 By Julie Rosier    Local    March 21, 2013

Can-do 'Petticoats' made uncommon news for collective good

In 1955, the Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Club of Seward was just over two-years old and in desperate need of a fundraising strategy. “Seward had no newspaper at the time,” said forme...

 
 By Julie Rosier    Arts    February 14, 2013

Local artist collaborates his way to NYC debut

Ken Faust didn’t always intend on pursuing theater as a career. His first exposure to acting came in high school productions headed by Seward drama teacher Dan Marshall. But Faust pinpoints a...

 

March celebrates liberty, justice and women’s history

March has not always been a month to celebrate women’s history. According to the Library of Congress, “Women’s History Month had its origins in 1981 when Congress authorized and requested the Pr...

 
 By Julie Rosier    Arts    March 1, 2012

Concert liberates Seward from mid-winter blues

Musicians Melissa Mitchell, Sean “Spiff” Chambers and Rik Nelson played to an enthusiastic crowd of just over a hundred people in a concert, sponsored by the Seward Arts Council, at the Seward...

 

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