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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014

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5:30 p.m. at Rotary Amphitheater at Discovery World
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Ticket nightmare
You won't believe this! Today's subject is parking in the City of Milwaukee. I've thought about this a lot over my life, wondering why I hate and fear the parking regulations and those parking checkers so much. But my interest was rekindled by a Facebook post from Circuit Judge Pedro Colon, a guy who I think would be a terrific mayor.
Best in town - with a little help from Facebook friends - sniffed out 11 of the city's loveliest lavatories.
Little Amerricka
Little Amerricka, in Marshall -- 20 miles northeast of Madison -- was a revelation when we discovered it recently. Of course, it's been there for years and is no secret, but we'd never made the trip before. There, we found fun at a refreshingly reasonable price.
Stargazing at Yerkes
Why not check out Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, near Lake Geneva? Situated 190 feet above Geneva Lake, the observatory is a fascinating place in an architecturally interesting building and offers great views of the surrounding area.

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