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Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Legalization slowly gains momentum

 For centuries, hemp was grown on American soil. The viable, adaptable crop was essential to the growth of industry. Thomas Jefferson endorsed it, declaring, “Hemp is of first necessity to the wealth and protection
A&E Feature
Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Milwaukee’s food trucks’ fast, tasty options

“Location, location, location” may have originally been used to describe the ruthless, unforgiving world of real estate, but the universally accepted mantra is often applied to the hypercompetitive restaurant business, where picking the wrong loc...
A&E Feature
Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Laughing with Milwaukee’s all-female comedy troupe

 When one considers the personal and professional obligations of those involved, the time and effort required in the pursuit of such an endeavor and the daunting task of making complete strangers chuckle, the women
Off the Cuff
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013

MPD’s Karen Dubis helping those in need

 Since initiating its Homeless Outreach Team (H.O.T.) in 2010, the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) has helped more than 30 homeless individuals transition into permanent or temporary housing through ongoing partnerships with community
A&E Feature
Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013

Milwaukee’s Organic Pioneer

Tired of politics and business as usual, a 22-year-old Steve Pincus became the first manager of the East Kane Street Food Co-op, the roots of the now-familiar Outpost Natural Foods. It was 1970 when Pincus, who now
Off the Cuff
Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012

Carrie Marble of Bark N’ Scratch

 Located on Milwaukee’s West Side, Bark N’ Scratch Outpost (5835 W. Blue Mound Road) sells pet food and supplies, provides regular product and wellness demonstrations and was inspired by a remarkable bichon frise