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Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014

Check out the happenings for Dec. 12-14

Here’s another expansive dose of holiday cheer! Check out what’s happening during the Dec. 12-14 weekend. Stay tuned for next week’s updates on the season’s festivities! Friday, Dec. 12 MKEFoodToursMilwaukee Food Tours’ ‘Christmas Lights & Desserts Tour’ Holiday decorations are always beautiful in Milwaukee and this weekend, Milwaukee Food Tours is offering a cha...
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Monday, Dec. 8, 2014
Having outgrown its current 1999-designed logo, the Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) introduced a brand new logo Friday, Dec. 5. WHS shared that it wanted a simple, iconic expression to convey the values of the organization and recognize the human-animal bond. The announcement states, “Whether you see the nose of a ...
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Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014

Featuring world-renowned ice sculpture carvers

If you’re one for stress-free holiday shopping, then visit Shorewood for its “Stop, Shop & Restore” event Saturday, Dec. 6 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. that will offer you great deals as well as relaxation between bouts of gift gathering. Hosted by the Shorewood Business Improvement District, one of this year’s highlights is Don Berg—known as the grandfather of ice carving—and his ice sculp...
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Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014

Check out the happenings for Dec. 5-7

Holiday events can never start too soon in Milwaukee and the Shepherd has put together a list of fun activities going on Dec. 5-7. Stay tuned during the rest of December for updates on the season’s happenings! Friday, Dec. 5 ThinkstockHistoric Downer Avenue’s “Festive Friday” A low-key celebration featuring lighted Christmas trees and refreshments, Historic Downer A...
Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014

Acacia Theatre’s ‘Peculiar People’ showcases various authors and composers

“It’s the greatest story ever told, from different perspectives,” says Acacia Theatre’s artistic director of Peculiar People, Janet Peterson. “It’s the story of Christmas through the eyes of those who were there first, from the serious reflections of Mary and Joseph to the amusing observations of