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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014

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Fair Play demands
Common Ground has an initiative called "Fair Play" that's designed to spark a significant improvement in school and public recreational facilities in Milwaukee County. It's a worthy initiative for the increasingly influential grassroots lobbying organization. But Dave Begel says it's blackmail.
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Kyle Feerick
After a 7-inch 45 and then an EP, local folk-rock singer/songwriter Kyle Feerick has readied his first full-length record, "The Sky It Moves," due out Oct. 17. We checked in with Feerick about his band, his new disc and more.
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Kenza Dawn
Milwaukee's Kenza Dawn has a new record out called "Feminetics." We asked her about that and more...
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"Temporary Saints"
Milwaukee writer Mark Warhus has a diverse biblography, having written non-fiction books about relics of the saints and Native American maps, as well as novels set in the world of opera and, now, in his latest, "Temporary Saints," in the Catholic Church.

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