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Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011
The greatest sports weekend ever in Wisconsin? It's hard to imagine anything better than what took place as October opened. The Brewers began their quest for the World Series by beating Arizona twice at Miller Park. The Badgers welcomed Nebraska...
Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011

LGBT teams in Dairyland softball tournament

Brian Reinkober has been the commissioner of Milwaukee's Saturday Softball Beer League (SSBL) since 2002. The 34-year-old LGBT league is holding its annual Dairyland Classic softball tournament at Wick Field on Sept. 3-4, followed by awards and entertainment in Catalano Square...
08.25.2011 | | Posted at 08:57 AM
By Trudie Gauerke
In some families, the key to a fun weekend outing is leaving the kids at home. Someone's always bored, bothered by crowds, or breaking the budget. For these reasons, visiting a Milwaukee Polo Club game just may be the most family friendly event in southeastern Wisconsin. Polo may have once been the sport of kings but forget any misconceptions of champagne and caviar, Gucci and glitterati here and...
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Sundays at the ballpark don't get much better in Milwaukee. The Brewers completed a sweep of St. Louis, grabbed first place in the National League Central division and gave fans good reasons to think they'll stay there. And it happened at a pace that got the Observers on the bus home in...
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Artie: Hey, did you see the new athletic director at UW-Milwaukee mentioned the possibility of bringing football back to the school? Frank: Yeah, the Panthers haven't been gridders since 1974, but the AD, Rick Costello, told Michael Hunt of the Journal Sentinel, "It's something we'll look at long-term...

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