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101. Health care is due for next disruption
Kay Plantes, an MIT-trained economist, author and expert on business model innovation, recently predicted the next big wave of innovation in health care.
102. Where were you during the O.J. chase?
I remember exactly where I was 20 years ago today, the night O.J. Simpson captivated the entire nation with his slow-speed chase through Los Angeles. I was at Hooters.
103. Milwaukee pride shines brightly
As hundreds of people went to the courthouse to embrace their right to get married and I see the efforts Pride Milwaukee has gone through to make sure we have this right, it makes me think of the pride that Milwaukeeans have in their city.
104. Should DPW tow your car if you show up before the vehicle is hooked?
Will the city still allow you to move your vehicle if you show up before it is towed?
105. Missouri nursery donates more than 4,000 fruit trees to Growing Power
This week, Growing Power, 5500 W. Silver Spring Dr., is headed to Missouri's Stark Bro's Nurseries to pick up more than 4,000 donated fruit trees that will be planted on empty lots in the City of Milwaukee.
106. Time to end readers comments?
If you ever want to see the worst people in the world, just scroll down to the bottom of stories on CNN.com or Yahoo News. No matter what the subject of the article, the anonymous trolls will be there, spewing hate, racism, right- and left-wing political crazy talk, and the worst grammar and spelling on the Internet.
107. The man in white wants to sell you shades
Bob Okpara sells sunglasses from his wooden cart on Wisconsin Avenue during the week and near Bradford Beach on the weekends. And here's his story.
108. Fisher House to provide care and space for injured soldiers' families
On June 3, 2014 at 1 p.m., ground will break on a very special place for the families of our country's injured soldiers. Fisher House of Wisconsin will be located on the VA Medical Center grounds and will provide a "home away from home" for family members while a soldier receives medical care.
109. 13 magical Milwaukee turrets
Milwaukee has so many homes and businesses with turrets - small towers that project vertically from the outside wall of a building - and here are 13 beauties.
110. The mainstreaming of sex shaming sex workers
Sex shaming is officially mainstream. I mean, it always has been; it has just been one of those things that is a constant pain, but a bearable one. Every once in a while Jezebel will post an article how they were outraged about so-and-so's behavior, but then quickly move onto things like James Franco's paintings of Seth Rogen, but this is something that cannot be ignored.
111. I love you, Bay View
There are many people who help out to make Bay View a great community.
112. Bike to Work Week: May 10-18
The Wisconsin Bike Fed's annual Bike to Work Week is nearly here and features plenty of exciting things to do throughout the week. Benefit from free coffee, pastries and bacon in the morning, safety checks and tune-ups for tips and a cargo bike show. Then end the week at a bicycle-themed art show.
113. Get out your crystals and buckle your celestial seatbelts
The nighttime sky will reveal the "blood moon" or orange "pink full moon" on April 15. This visual phenomenon can be attributed to the beginning of a series of eclipses, each six months apart that will go on through 2015.
114. 7 things I can't wait for this Milwaukee summer
Oh, Milwaukee summer... it seems like forever since we last saw you, and it was an especially harsh winter. Will you ever get here? Here are seven things I just can't wait to do!
115. Don't send me that in a text
Shirtless? Sexy. Full frontal? I'll pass.
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116. Wisconsin's winter was much different than most of the rest of the world's
While we shivered through our coldest winter in many years, much of the rest of the world had one of its warmest on record.
117. Summer started early in Milwaukee in 2012
It was early March when summer began in 2012. Milwaukee reached its warmest March temperature on record. Do you remember?
118. Reflections on my role as The Pfister Narrator
The role of The Pfister Narrator is to spend time in the hotel, talking to guests about what brings them to the hotel and documenting their stories via The Pfister's blog. But it included much more than that, too.
119. Love, porn, women and the Internet
Whoever came up with the saying, "You can never have too much of a good thing," obviously had never been on the Internet. In all of its glory, the Web has many addictive qualities to it. From its anonymity and endless outlets for just about any and every fantasy and desire known, its alluring appeal can be difficult to ignore.
120. Temperature outlook for March is probably not what you're hoping for
Milwaukee-area temperatures averaged well-below normal during December, January and February. Is it time for a turnaround?
121. Kiplinger: Milwaukee's a top 10 "city for singles"
Tomorrow is Valentine's Day, of course. And, if you're still looking for love in Milwaukee, you might take heart in this bit of news that we got from Kiplinger today.
122. Free skating today at Red Arrow Park
The Milwaukee County Parks Department hosts "Appreciation Day for Park Patrons," Wednesday, Feb. 12, offering free skate rentals and soft drinks at A Slice of Ice in Red Arrow Park, 920 N. Water St., Downtown.
123. State mining law is moot
When the Wisconsin State Legislature convened in early 2013, the Republican majority made Senate Bill 1 to streamline the state's mining regulations a top priority. Nearly a year later, the bottom has fallen out of the mining industry, and the bill is being exposed for what it was: a law written by proponents of the mining industry that was not tenable with federal environmental standards.
124. Heroin is hell
I really hate heroin. I do. There is no other way to say it. And the vendetta is personal.
125. Driver announces the winners of the Driven to Achieve Awards
Former Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver Donald Driver announced the first-ever class of Driven to Achieve Award winners. The awards were created to recognize the achievements of charities, companies, community leaders and celebrities on both the national and local level that have made a remarkable difference.