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Off the Cuff
Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2009
In a culture dominated by mass-produced fashions, running into someone wearing the same shirt isn’t uncommon. But with a pair of custom kicks by designer Rick Murphy of ILLWALKEES Custom Sneakers, you can guarantee you’re the only person on the planet who wears them...
Eat & Drink
Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2009
There is finally a worthy vehicle for the outstanding farmstead, craft and artisan cheeses Wisconsin cheese-makers have introduced to the market during the last decade. They craft more than 2.4 billion pounds a year in more than 600 varieties, types and styles, accounting for over 25% of all domestic cheese. At the 2009 U.S. Championship Cheese Contest...
Eat & Drink
Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009

Advocates gather at UWM’s Zelazo Center to help the hungry

Although it may feel like you really need the newest iPhone, or that the family really needs a new car, human beings only have four basic needs, and consumer electronics and motorized vehicles aren’t one of them. Shelter, clothing, water and food comprise the list, and many U.S. citizens are suffering without them. When a portion of our population is going hungry...
Milwaukee Color
Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009

Cover Story

When you dine in the restaurant, catch a show in the ballroom or work out in the gymnasium of Turner Hall, you’re under the watchful gaze of the American Turners captured in the portraits and photographs hanging on the walls. The images are a tableaux of the society’s rich history in Milwaukee, a 156-year tenure with roots that thread back to the German Turnverein...
Eat & Drink
Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009

Specialty, artisan, farmstead cheeses take center stage in Madison

Nov. 6-7 marks Madison’s first Wisconsin Original Cheese Festival, the crowning event in a list of activities hosted by the Wisconsin Cheese Originals. The new member-based organization is designed to share information about specialty, artisan and farmstead cheeses through events like informative seminars, tours and cheese-maker receptions...
Milwaukee Color
Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2009
For many, the only view of Forest Home Cemetery has been through a veil of tears as a loved one is laid to rest. The cemetery’s historic significance and the crosses, columns, obelisks and mausoleums that mark the graves of Milwaukee’s most notable residents are lost in a parade of funeral mourners. As the cemetery’s native trees begin to drop their broad leaves...

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