March 2011


This week’s featured Seward business is Pizza Lucé, which has been in the neighborhood for 7 years.  I tried to stay out of the way in their busy lunchtime kitchen.  Certainly made me hungry.

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Sorry folks, no Seward business profile last week as it was spring break and I took some time off to be with my family. Here we are at Afton State Park–a beautiful place.

I’ll be back on it this week.

I’m lucky enough to live just a half block from the Cake Eater Bakery, a great neighborhood cafe. The Cake Eater recently reorganized and now has breakfast–and no longer does catering.  We’re lucky to live so close.

This week’s Seward business is Coastal Seafoods, which happens to be celebrating 30 years in business. Congratulations! I had fun meeting their friendly staff and getting behind the scenes a little–some soup making and fish cutting. I didn’t know they stocked so many things besides seafood, like fresh herbs, sushi supplies, produce like lemons and potatoes, and much more. Thanks to Suzanne and staff for letting me photograph.

This week’s Seward business is ArtiCulture, a nonprofit that offers art classes for kids and adults.  Sadly I wasn’t there while art making was going on, but I’ll go back again sometime.  They also have a little gift shop with some groovy things.

In case you noticed, sorry I didn’t put up photos last week.  I had a crazy busy week and wasn’t able to make time to photograph.

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