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Wednesday, June 25, 2008
Planning a wedding? Need answers for all your nuptial questions? Monica Rae Gill can help. As owner of The White Box of Wedding Design, Gill provides prospective brides, bridesmaids and mothers-of-the-brides with resources on how to design the perfect wedding and offers advice on wedding etiquette, budgets and...
Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Gastronomical Gala

Ever wonder when you’ll find the time to visit all those restaurants you’ve been longing to try? Those whose busy lifestyles seldom allow them to indulge their palates are being offered a way to make up for lost time. The Taste, Milwaukee’s own gastronomical gala, takes place June 26 at the Harbor Lights Room (909 E. Michigan St.).
Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Zarletti’s newest success

Entrepreneur Brian Zarletti recently opened his third local restaurant. The first was Cafe Zarletti, located in South Milwaukee; the second arrived as the even simpler-named Zarletti, in downtown Milwaukee; and now Rustico has been added to the scene. All three restaurants offer Italian fare in casual settings, though...
Wednesday, June 25, 2008
There are very good reasons why oily guys have been stereotyped as the sorts of villains who twirl their mustaches and tie innocent young women to railroad tracks. But now, as we are nearing the end of eight years of government of, for and by the oil industry, we may have finally reached the point in our history...
Wednesday, June 25, 2008

McCain panders to the wealthiest

Once upon a time, there was a fiscally and socially responsible senator named John McCain. Despite his presidential ambitions, the Republican from Arizona spoke out against the economic royalism of his party’s leadership in the White House and Congress, and simply said no.
Wednesday, June 25, 2008

From the Editors of E/THE ENVIRONMENTAL MAGAZINE

Dear EarthTalk: Summer’s going to be a scorcher this year, and I’d like to know how I can keep cool indoors without running my energy-hogging air conditioners all the time. Any tips? —John McGovern
Wednesday, June 25, 2008

African Americans face medical disparities

Juneteenth 2008 celebrated, as it always does, the day in 1865 on which slaves in Texas learned that they had been emancipated. But this year’s Juneteenth celebration also was a day of action for Milwaukee’s African-American residents and health care professionals who want the next president and elected officials...
Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Community organizing experience fuels his presidential campaign

Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s path to the White House is being created out of his experience as a community organizer in Chicago, a nontraditional route to power that harnesses the grassroots, empowers individuals to find their strengths and builds communities around attainable goals.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Lisa and Swee Sim

Lisa and Swee Sim have been involved in the green movement for the past 25 years. Lisa, a native of Milwaukee, is a culinary artist by trade, while Swee, originally from Singapore, is a former Wall Street financial consultant. The Sims’ passion for social issues, Earth-friendly products and healthy lifestyles led them to open the environmentally responsible store Future Green in 2003. Since then, Future Green has been making a positive impact in the Milwaukee area through its community classes, fair trade expos, bio-diesel production and beautiful art crawls.
06.23.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Sara Matuk
My mother was recently diagnosed with Copper Toxicity Syndrome.  Shortly after, I was diagnosed with the same.  As we undergo detox and research the subject, we find that so many conditions could have a root cause of copper toxicity.  Some more common ailments that could be helped by detoxing copper are: Autism, depression, migraines, PMS, allergies, insomnia, ADHD and more.   I wanted to s...

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