Spring 2013


Spring has returned, and so has NEIGHBORISTA! Our new issue brings pleasures gustatory, cinematic, and journalistic, among others.

Gab Cody, with help from Sam Turich, writes about making a movie that builds its story on a real-life  progressive dinner that’s been an annual event for 27 years in their Pittsburgh neighborhood of Lawrenceville. In Winston-Salem’s Sunnyside, Heather Bachelder talks with her neighbor, Jelaina Frelitz, who has taken cottage industry to a new level with her community-supported bread club and Yay Snacks bakery. Martin Johnson examines what makes local news outlets survive online. Goodnight Raleigh founder John Morris takes us on a photographic journey through his new stomping ground in Chicago’s Logan Park.  And Glenn Perkins discusses the world of neighborhood watering holes with “Drinking with Men” author and New York Times Magazine columnist Rosie Schaap.

Let us know what you think. We remain on your social network radars on facebook, twitter, and tumblr. Come on out. The weather’s fine.

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photo by John Morris

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