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Eat & Drink
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Door County’s Island Orchard Cider

 Beer has long been the drink of choice for many Americans, yet there was a time when hard cider was more common than beer in America. Cider production never quite recovered after prohibition and sort of languished here in the States, being reduced almost to a novelty. The ciders that
Eat & Drink
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Husband and wife team up at East Side Italian restaurant

 The past six months have brought some significant changes at VIA Downer (2625 N. Downer Ave.). This casual Italian eatery, located in the old Coffee Trader building, has been around for about four years. In August 2013, Keia Rodriguez took over as general manager. Not too long after
Eat & Drink
Monday, April 7, 2014

How social media inspired MobCraft Beer

 To stand out in the crowded craft beer market these days, you need a solid hook to attract people to your brand. Madison-based MobCraft Beer has developed a unique draw that has earned them a lot of attention from beer
Eat & Drink
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

The Anchorage marks 40 years of delicious dining

 You’ve passed that red-lettered sign hundreds of times on I-43 near Bayshore Mall, or maybe celebrated a special event in the well-appointed dining room. The Anchorage
A&E Feature
Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Relax in affordable, accessible elegance

Just about an hour north, straight up I-43, is the beautiful little Village of Kohler—a perfect place for a weekend getaway with plenty of indoor and outdoor activities available all year round.

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