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A&E Feature
Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014

Whether by car, bike or on foot, Racine has much to offer

For some Milwaukeeans, Racine is simply a name on a few road signs during the drive from Milwaukee to Chicago. But the little city of about 80,000 begs to be seen, and with the arrival of First Fridays and other events, now might be the perfect
Books
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012

Biography of Roald Amundsen, Hero of the Arctic

Stephen Bown’s The Last Viking: The Life of Roald Amundsen (Da Capo) illustrates how Roald Amundsen took the reigns as one of the most crucial figures during the heroic age of Arctic exploration, standing far above any of his contemporaries and... 
Books
Tuesday, May 1, 2012

New Biography of a President and a Humanitarian

Perceptions of U.S. presidents can often stray into the realm of myth where truth and fact become indistinguishable. History is, after all, largely a matter of perspective, and when it comes to viewing presidents as human beings, it becomes difficult...