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5 unique alternatives to wedding cake

Dessert tables are a growing wedding trend among many brides who are looking for something unique that represents their style and taste. Maybe you want to offer a spread of from-scratch desserts or maybe you're just not a cake person. Here are 5 choices that will be sure to please all of your guests and at the same time create a beautiful (and tasty) display!

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UWM Student Journalists Win 2014 SPJ Awards

UWM Student Journalists Win 2014 SPJ Awards

Media Milwaukee won a 2014 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award for Best Digital-Only Student Publication and UWM student journalists snagged ten additional awards in the regional SPJ competition, which includes universities in Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. The students' work will be recognized in April at the SPJ Region 6 [...] The post UWM Student Journalists Win 2014 SPJ Awards appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Handgun Waiting
Wisconsin has a law requiring a 48 hour waiting period for the purchase of a handgun. Scott Walker has announced he would support a measure that will eliminate that waiting period. He made his pledge to the National Rifle Association.
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Constructing horses
Wendy Christensen, the Milwaukee Public Museum's taxidermist / artist, is best known for her recreation of Samson, the beloved gorilla from the Milwaukee County Zoo. Most recently, however, she constructed two life-sized, detailed Arabian horses for the museum's new exhibit, "Crossroads of Civilization."
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Isolation Hospital
While today, Milwaukee Health Department's Southside Health Center, 1639 S. 23rd St., is a bright, cheery neighborhood clinic offering health advice, free immunizations and the like, this was once South View Hospital, built as an isolation facility for folks suffering from brutal contagious diseases.
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Tonic's Tarantino
Justin Tarantino has worked at Tonic Tavern, 2335 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., for two years. He started helping out as a bar back and within a short period of time became a full-on bartender. He says he owes everything he knows about bartending to veteran bartender Paul "PK" Kennedy.

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