"Salad Shaming" happens
Sluts can relax. There's yet another demographic being shamed.
Fatherly encouragement from a fast asleep daughter
My Dad's finally out of the hospital after nearly 10 weeks and he's on a solid road to full recovery. But, needless to say this Father's Day means a bit more. It always should, though. For all of us. A simple reaction from my daughter truly helped me see this.
Facebook has changed birthdays
Saying "Happy Birthday" is fun and it's super easy via Facebook. Plus, it's nearly impossible to not do.
5 life hacks to make gardening easier
Many of us could use a little simplicity in the garden. Here are five ways to make things a little easier for you.
Milwaukee County to lead development of Bus Rapid Transit service
In an effort to further expand the robust economic value of the Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS), County Executive Chris Abele has directed the Milwaukee County Department of Transportation to explore connecting the region's two biggest job centers with Bus Rapid Transit service (BRT).
Treasurer Coggs targets vacant properties in stable neighborhoods
City Treasurer Spencer Coggs announced today that he will pursue an accelerated process to obtain eligible vacant tax delinquent properties in stable neighborhoods before they become eyesores.
A potential clear skin solution
Penelope Shihab, founder of biotech company MONOJO and CEO of Milwaukee's Columbia Biotech USA has an innovative take on creating and maintaining clear skin.
Updated: Belly up to the Barre
Looking for an invigorating exciting class to add to your workout mix? The Barre Code could be just the answer.
Sit less, move more
We sit way too much. Many of us have desk jobs where we sit for eight to nine hours a day. After we leave the office, we sit in our car to run errands. We follow that by sitting down to eat dinner. Our day ends by sitting on the couch to unwind by watching some television or browsing the Internet.
No gardening space? No problem with container gardening
Brighten up your patio, deck or front entrance with containers. They're an excellent way to add color, fragrance and beauty where plantable space is limited or non-existent.
Cobalt Glassworks adds more luster to an East Side gem
A while back I had the pleasure of exploring the 1876 cream city brick house at 1363 N. Prospect Ave. Designed by architect James Douglas, for grain broker Gilbert Collins, the house has since been converted to office space, but it retains many of of fabulous details. The other day, Cobalt Glassworks' Jon Schroder sent me some photos of newly restored vintage windows from Collins House.
Buy a dream date for charity
WGIRLS Milwaukee, the city's premiere non-profit organization for professional women, presents Milwaukee's 24 most eligible singles at the organization's 6th annual fundraiser, Bachelor & Bachelorette Auction "Meet Your Match."
Grow a butt
It would seem that Sir Mix-a-Lot was ahead of the curve(s) when he confessed, "when a girl walks in with an itty bitty waist and a round thing in your face, I get sprung." Milwaukee-area fitness professional Angelina D'Amico is taking full figured advantage of the bodacious booty trend.
MFD undertakes smoke detector sweep today
Milwaukee Firefighters - along with Fire Chief Mark Rohlfing and Assistant Fire Chief Daniel Lipski - will go door-to-door in the neighborhood at 10 a.m. Friday checking for working smoke detectors and offering fire safety education.
Milwaukee County awarded for health and wellness efforts
On April 23, Milwaukee County will receive an award from the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) for its approach in developing programs that improve the health and wellbeing of County employees.
Murphy on continuing the search for solutions to tragic, senseless violence
A statement from Common Council President Michael J. Murphy.
LUKE meters can test physical limitations of some parkers
I recently began walking with a cane. And I had to park near the Milwaukee Public Market. I parked at one end of the block and had to drag myself all the way to the other end.
Department on Aging hosts Vel Phillips panel and talkback
Free and open to the public, "Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams" intergenerational panel discussion and audience talkback with honored guest Vel Phillips will be held on Saturday, April 18 at the Rapkin Auditorium in Aurora Sinai Medical Center Building A, 950 N. 12th St.
Creating quality compost for your garden
Composting is a good practice for all gardeners who have the space for it. The good thing is you can make it as simple or as complicated as you want, and unless you choose to buy a composter, it can be done very cost effectively.
Community garden project seeks support
The Green Team of WI and Wisconsin Landscape Contractors Association (WLCA) have embarked on a pro bono community garden project and will soon develop a new community garden at 27th and Richardson, near Downtown Milwaukee.
7 steps to smarter shopping
I've heard that shopping is considered to be the new modern day sport. I'm not saying I agree, but as a broke intern why wouldn't I make an effort to win some savings? Here's a list of seven steps to smarter shopping. Get ready, get set, save!
How long until the micro apartment craze comes to Milwaukee?
Eco-friendly small homes are making headway into media, TV shows and larger and larger cities. New York has a micro apartment program and Chicago is poised to build on the trend in Logan Square.
Wrangling up some winning water for your garden
World Water Day was last Sunday. On this day, we think about the importance of clean water - something to consider in regards to your garden as well.
Ald. Donovan calls news conference to address panhandling
Panhandling in the public right-of-way is now a significant problem across the City of Milwaukee, and Alderman Bob Donovan will address that topic and concerns about the decline in public safety across the city during a news conference at 1:30 p.m. today (Thursday, March 26) at the northeast corner of S. 35th St. and W. National Ave.
5 reasons why your garden isn't doing well
Many people set out every year to grow the best the garden they ever have. While their intentions are good, there are a lot of times things go sour. Here are the five main reasons that your garden doesn't do well so you can prevent them.