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The UW-Milwaukee Grad Behind the Colectivo Coffee Skull

The UW-Milwaukee Grad Behind the Colectivo Coffee Skull

From the skull stickers smoothed onto UW-Milwaukee students' laptops to the skull designs underneath the sleeves of paper cups- Colectivo decorates its coffee and the city of Milwaukee with its colorful design. And though the sugar skull design is instantly recognizable by any Milwaukeean, the face behind these calaveras is not as well-known. Kevin Callahan [...] The post The UW-Milwaukee Grad Behind the Colectivo Coffee Skull appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Wedding dress style guide for your body type

If you are a bride to be, you have most likely begun searching for your dream dress. There are thousands of different styles and designs available today and you want to make sure to choose the silhouette that will make you look and feel your very best on your big day! Take a look through our guide to get an idea of what would work well for your body type!

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Wedding dress style guide for your body type

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Stallis' Garfield School
Take a tour around one of the Milwaukee area's most beautiful old schoolhouses, now home to the West Allis Historical Society.
Chief's long-awaited "II"
WAMI board president Zoy Begos lauded Milwaukee trio Chief as "the perfect intersection where rock meets heavy metal." For me, Chief is the living, breathing, Milwaukee spirit of Thin Lizzy: heavy guitars and a pounding rhythm section, but with good songs constructed around melodies. Asked frontman Chris Tishler about the band that almost ceased to be, the music that vanished into the ether and the perhaps miraculous new CD.
1970 confrontations
Nestled between Wyoming Place mansions and St. Mary's Hospital, is the venerable Water Tower Park. In the 1960s, the park had become a popular gathering spot for all manners of young people, including the founders of the city's underground scene, political radicals, street theater performers and, of course, musicians who played drums, guitars or anything else that made enough noise to drive the mansion mavens up the walls.
Milwaukee has hundreds of good restaurants that sell great meals and offer great service. But there are very few places, if any, that offer a side dish of serenity along with your entree. Jing's, a tiny, lovely Chinese restaurant on Buffalo Street in the Third Ward, is the place.

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