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It's no secret that I think the Leisureguy's Guide to Gourmet Shaving book is very useful to the shaver, beginner and experienced alike. It's filled with tons of useful information and an easy, inexpensive recommendation. Here are what I think are five of the best tips from the book: 1. Using A Hot Towel "Wash and lather your beard, and then mold a moist hot towel over your lathered beard (including your neck), lean back, and meditate quietly for 1-3 minutes. The moist heat of the towel combined with the lather softens the beard remarkably. Then remove the towel, re-lather,...

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Paul Ryan's plan
Last week, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Janesville) set forth another in his continuing series (like Harry Potter, but with more magical thinking) of budget committee plans designed to "help" the poor. I'd like to offer 100 things Paul Ryan could have proposed in this most recent version but didn't that might actually help the poor.
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Salotto Zarletti
Mequon has never been one of the area's most exciting dining destinations, but a recent addition to the area gives Milwaukeeans a reason to travel north.
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Joints near water
Recently, OnMilwaukee.com set out to identify every Milwaukee bar or eatery that's next to a body of water. In order to do so, we followed the lake and rivers and made a list. We didn't stop in at all of these places, but we did drop in at a few. Here's a full guide.
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No time? Play 9
The game of golf is losing more players than it's gaining, and one of the primary complaints is that in today's fast-paced world, it simply takes too long to play. One way to get your fix is to just play nine holes. It's an idea the Milwaukee County courses, and even golf's governing bodies, are promoting.

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