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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Friday, July 25, 2014

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Milwaukee Talks: "Morning Blend" host Tiffany Ogle

The positive and caffeinated person you see weekday mornings on "The Morning Blend" is not an act for Tiffany Ogle. Always an optimist, there's no alter ego at all, says the Minnesota native with the most diverse resumé you'll ever see. Yes, many know the 34-year-old Ogle for her time as a Miss America contestant, but she's a legit artist, singer, TV pitch woman and philanthropist. And lots has changed in her life since we first spoke to her in 2009.

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You're so Milwaukee?
Before the "I'm So Milwaukee" social media craze goes away - and it's almost time for it to go away - OnMilwaukee.com polled the Social Circle for their very best responses. Not surprisingly, they came up with some good ones.
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The arborists are coming
This week more than 1,000 arborists from around the country will take root in Milwaukee for the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Conference, Aug. 2-6 at the Wisconsin Center and Mount Mary College.
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Archambault's map
There are a variety of ways you can map Milwaukee. Last year, someone imagined how a Milwaukee subway map might look. More recently, the city was charted judgmentally. But beginning this week, you'll be able to buy letterpress-printed copies of Archie Archambault's minimalist map of Milwaukee neighborhoods at Broadway Paper and on Etsy.
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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.