There's been a lot of travel in our family since March, which means the fridge is more of a barren cavern than stocked with it's usual bounty of healthy fare. So, by default and out of admitted laziness, we've been enjoying more meals "out," than are typical for us. So, how are we avoiding the major ouch in our pocketbook and around our waistlines? Well, we're splitting entrees.
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The hard-won contract extension for locally owned Juneau Park Paddleboats has been reversed, and an out-of-state company will take its place in Veterans Park. Why? Apparently, despite public support, the owners were trying to sell their business to the competition.
Actress and co-host of ABC's "Wipeout," Jill Wagner may not yet be a household name, but she isn't someone that you would kick out of your house either.
With all of that in place, it would seem the sequel's phasers would be all set to stun. But something's off. There's a sequence where the starship Enterprise is flying at warp speed when a big, clunky-looking vessel comes up from behind and nudges it off its exhilarating track. That's pretty much "Star Trek Into Darkness" in a nutshell, except replace the big, clumsy vessel with a big, clumsy story.
Real or fake? Many don't prefer the real thing when it comes to their sports jerseys. Fake "authentic" sports jerseys is a booming online business, but it does hurt the local retailer.
This Memorial Day weekend, Milwaukee's full of events and "moose" as nearly 8,000 members of Moose International are headed to the area for their 125th annual International Convention
The official kick-off of a partnership between Harley-Davidson and Miller High Life took place at MillerCoors Brewery today.
More melodious love for the Bronze Fonz has arrived from afar. Yesterday, West Chester, Pa.-based singer and songwriter Ben Smith wrote to share one of his tunes with us. It's one that pays homage to the Bronze Fonz, says Smith.
Preparing to hang three photos I took in 1997, I noticed something amazing about the second photo that I had never noticed before: the building in the center of the frame is CityCenter. The viewfinder is looking right at our new office suite. When I shot that photo, I had no idea what that building was. It just looked cool.