Since 2008, the 1.2 miles of Stewart Creek Greenway has woven its way through the Historic West End. It provides residents and visitors with an outlet that creates connectivity and improves the walkability of the neighborhood. Katie Lloyd, a planne
West End residents are invited to workshop a stage play with playwright Stacey Rose from July 9 - 14
The Danger: A Homage to Strange Fruit is a described by playwright Stacey Rose as a "sprawling piece of theater." The piece is Rose’s thesis p
A mural art gallery will soon come to West Trade St. with the help of community paint parties.
The Historic West End is full of outdoor canvases. Social justice creative Janelle Dunlap has be
Get to know an event company impacting the narrative of the Historic West End one celebration at a time.
Having a good time in the Historic West End is not an uncommon occurrence. Many West End residents are spending time with family members on the po
The neighborhood butcher shop where customers & crew come first
When you walk into Westside Meats at 1414 West Trade Street one of the first things you will notice is how clean the store is and the vast variety of meats available. Then you wil
Four outdoor Park & Rec spots to enjoy in West End
The weather outside is starting to have a little more springtime warmth. For those that live in the Historic West End there are plenty of open spaces to have outdoor fun. Backyard activities are a
Zoning signs are only one part of influencing neighborhood development
In a previous newsletter, we shared an overview of how community members can influence development throughout the zoning process. In the write-up Events, Signs, & Meetings