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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Off the Cuff with David Mangold

 With 4,000+ likes, the Facebook page for Save Milwaukee’s Court Case Dogs is bringing awareness to dozens of dogs in confinement within MADACC’s walls. As the page administrator and founder of Justice Alliance for Court Case Dogs, David Mangold has spent years fighting for the
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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Fighting Unjust Dog Laws One Paw at a Time

 Milwaukee Animal Advocate Kelly Herbold comes from “a family of fur ball lovers,” as she puts it. Growing up in Sussex, her fondness for the four-legged members of her household evolved into a lifetime passion. Now, when she is not working as an executive assistant for Derse
Off the Cuff
Monday, March 10, 2014

Off The Cuff with Keith Stanley

 Image is everything. For Milwaukee native Keith Stanley, executive director of Avenues West Association (the neighborhood west of Downtown Milwaukee), the mission is to change the perception of an area known for its low-income housing and notable safety issues. Once an elementary
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Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014

Off the Cuff with Wardrobe Mistress Krista Allenstein

Wardrobe Mistress for Milwaukee Ballet may sound glamorous but it’s an essential function. For Krista Allenstein, it’s the ideal job. After two years volunteering and three more as assistant to longtime wardrobe mistress Mary Belle Potter, Allenstein took the position when Potter retired at the
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Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014

Off The Cuff with spoken word artist Nicole Janzen

Spoken word poetry artist Nicole Janzen, aka “Darlin Nikki,” combats social injustice through poetry performances, books, albums, community workshops and more. She writes about her present circumstance, whatever that may be, with a fresh, “in-your-face” tone, acknowledging the past
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Monday, June 17, 2013

Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission’s Karen Sparapani

 As executive director of the Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission, Karen Sparapani has her work cut out for her. MADACC takes in roughly 13,000 animals a year (more than any other control facility in Wisconsin

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