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Author: David Stewart

What do Outsiders, Magic, Showdowns, and Turning Points have in common? These are the themes for our series of 2015 storytelling nights! Need more? Have you ever felt like your were on the outside looking in? Have you ever known anyone who didn't seem to belong? That's our kickoff theme for the first storytelling night. Stories...

People keep telling us that we should start a restaurant. To quote one satisfied Supper Club attendee, "You guys are the best restaurant in Three Rivers!" Even said glibly, this is a comment that has stuck with us. We would never sell short the efforts of those restauranteurs already established in our fine city, but...

When summer winds down, when temperatures fall and the distinct smell of autumn infuses the air, we at the Huss Project find ourselves in a time of reflection. Summer is our busiest time of the year, and this past summer was our busiest yet! We kicked off the season by screwing together a cadre of picnic tables,...

Our latest night of storytelling magic centered around the theme of local haunts. At first, there was confusion about what this meant. Were we telling ghost stories in August? The intended theme of the night was meant to inspire folks to tell stories about meaningful places in their lives, places that they would return to again...

It's that time of year again. Garage sales are in bloom, folks are out walking the streets, looking for hot deals, and Future Festival is fast approaching. We want to help people find those deals at Future Festival 2014 with a giant rummage sale! There are always things to be sold, things that can be recycled...

It can be easy to lose sight of something in the winter. Snow obscures it, covering it up and burying it from our eyes. We hunker down in our blankets, trying to keep in the body heat and keep out high heating bills. In these times, it is difficult to remember why you did something...

This past Saturday evening, folks of Three Rivers and beyond gathered in a house downtown that is literally a short stone's throw from the Portage River (you can chuck ice out the window into the flowing water) for an autumnal Supper Club to try and beat the upcoming winter doldrums and to help out the...