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Lindsay Garric's Articles
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Music - Feb. 19, 2015
Dietrich jazzes up an old genre
Jazz and youth are not mutually exclusive. Twenty-six-year-old jazz trumpeter and Wisconsin native, Paul Dietrich, is proof of that.
Living - Feb. 5, 2015
I almost forgot to write this blog
I will embarrassingly admit that I started this piece a while back, saved it and then never even recalled its creation or need for completion until I was opening another document and stumbled upon "Blog Memory."
Living - Jan. 8, 2015
Farewell, Facebook!
I'm going to tell you how I really feel and then, I'm going to actually do something about it
Kids & Family - Nov. 24, 2014
Local photographer offers Flashes of Hope for kids with cancer
For families dealing with childhood cancer, the moments captured by photographers like Whitefish Bay's Ellen Cook through the organization Flashes of Hope at in-hospital photo shoots provide forever precious memories. Cook is hosting a benefit for the program on Sunday, Dec. 7.
Dining - Nov. 12, 2014
Give yourself the gift of smart eating
It's a given that this time of year includes an inevitable packing on of the pounds, but I am certain this is not just happening from a single meal at Thanksgiving or one Christmas dinner.
Sports - Oct. 27, 2014
Zen and the art of longboarding
What exactly is a longboard? Well, it sure looks like a skateboard. But, it's longer and wider with larger wheels.
Dining - Oct. 9, 2014
"The Soberhead Challenge"
Lindsay Garric reports on what it's like for a caffeine lover to go a month without drinking coffee.
Sports - Sept. 26, 2014
What's BJJ?
Nova Gyms in Oak Creek just happens to specialize in this martial art.
Living - Sept. 10, 2014
Schaefer paves roads to recovery
September is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month and in an effort to gain more of an understanding about addiction and recovery, Lindsay Garric sat down with recorvery expert Kevin Schaefer to shatter some of the stereotypes about the disease.
Dining - Aug. 26, 2014
Tweet at your latte
The Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL) has its own official Twitter account @TheRealPSL. L to the OL.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Aug. 12, 2014
What happens in Nashville, stays in Nashville
Right under our Midwestern noses is a city so full of culture, entertainment, food, sports, art, community and music that it's almost a transgression of good tourism not to visit Nashville.
Living - July 25, 2014
Someone please take the scissors out of my snip-happy hands
In my eternal battle of "Bangs or Botox," bangs won yet again after months of growing out my fringe through every stage of awkwardness.
Tagged with: haircut, siblings, fashion, Botox
Living - July 15, 2014
How to change your birthday
Over the weekend, a friend posted a picture on social media that was taken at her birthday dinner with the caption "Birthday drinks with the birthday girls." I was tagged in this photo on Facebook and it has resulted in yet another episode of "everything happens for a reason."
Music - July 3, 2014
Gretchen and the Pickpockets on tap at Jazz Estate
Gretchen and the Pickpockets will play the Jazz Estate tonight at 9:30 p.m.
Milwaukee Buzz - June 23, 2014
Do you wear shorts?
Try even saying the word "shorts" without the corners of your lips curling downwards and nostrils flaring. Will the weather get hot enough for you to wear shorts?
Sports - June 5, 2014
Train like a Milwaukee Brewers prospect, part 2
In this installment, Lindsay Garric gets to the specific details included in the daily training regime of a professional baseball player prepping to one day play at Miller Park.
Living - May 28, 2014
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.
Sports - May 21, 2014
Train like a prospective Milwaukee Brewer, part 1
This is the first in minimum two-part series that will give you access into how an athlete, like a prospective Milwaukee Brewer stays strong and healthy during a rigorous schedule that often demands just one day off per month.
Kids & Family - May 11, 2014
Nicolet's Miller moves on to life's next act
Since 1982, Kenn Miller has dazzled audiences as head of the Nicolet Theatre Department. He's the king of orchestrating every detail, so when the Nicolet High School Administration and Performing Arts Committee plotted to surprise Miller with a tribute to honor his retirement following the curtain call of his final staging of a "Midsummer Night's Dream" on Saturday, May 10, the challenge was steep.
Milwaukee Buzz - May 7, 2014
Does the Itsy belong on you?
The back cover of "Bring on Summer - Swim 2014" edition of the Victori'as Secret catalog brought on a whole new inner dialog for Lindsay Garric.
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