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Lindsay Garric's Articles
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Living - April 14, 2014
Get out your crystals and buckle your celestial seatbelts
The nighttime sky will reveal the "blood moon" or orange "pink full moon" on April 15. This visual phenomenon can be attributed to the beginning of a series of eclipses, each six months apart that will go on through 2015.
Living - March 31, 2014
Don't send me that in a text
Shirtless? Sexy. Full frontal? I'll pass.
Tagged with: Brett Favre, sext, texts
Dining - March 16, 2014
Get saucy in the kitchen
Nothing compares to the health and satisfaction of a home cooked meal prepared with wisely chosen ingredients. Does it take some planning? Yes. Does it take some organized shopping? Yes. Does it take a lot of time? Nope.
Sports - March 5, 2014
An open letter to Brett Favre
Brett Favre, I've got one word for your spring 2014 look - dayuuuuuuuuuum!
Dining - Feb. 13, 2014
Get raw
The Raw I am about to discuss has nothing to do with Monday nights, carpaccio or Eddie Murphy. The "Raw" I am referring to indicates a dietary lifestyle choice gaining popularity from its reported health benefits, celebrity endorsers and more recent mainstream availability.
Living - Feb. 6, 2014
Heroin is hell
I really hate heroin. I do. There is no other way to say it. And the vendetta is personal.
Living - Jan. 23, 2014
The accidental fundraiser
Patrick Reilly has been "around" in Milwaukee. He was a staple on the East Side bar scene for years, helming and indulging in the wildest party spots on hot blocks like North Avenue. And then, he decided to get sober.
Marketplace - Jan. 16, 2014
And the color of the year is ...
Fashion fans and insiders, makeup artists and enthusiasts, design professionals and amateur aficionados, along with style experts and trend watchers alike, patiently await the announcement of Pantone's Color of the Year so they can gear their purchases and creations to an on-trend color scheme.
Holiday Guide - Dec. 31, 2013
Ring it in, hug it out
When it comes down to it, isn't the heart of all resolutions really about loving ourselves more?
Marketplace - Dec. 20, 2013
Mayana Chocolate brings a sweet spot to Spooner
Life without chocolate? Not sure that is a scenario Lindsay Garric's willing to negotiate. And now, Mayana Chocolate is local to Spooner. Situated in the upper northwest corner of Wisconsin, almost five hours from Milwaukee, a road trip may be in order.
Holiday Guide - Dec. 5, 2013
There are no shopping "quickies" this time of year
As if it weren't enough that retailers went into Christmas mode while most of us were still trick or treating, I was also still really reeling from the notion that Thanksgiving Eve has now been christened "Brown Thursday." And then there's Cyber Monday. And don't forget #GivingTuesday ...
Living - Nov. 20, 2013
Movember's mustaches - not just for men anymore?
My hair-brained mind cannot help but wonder if any chicks literally embracing Movember? Are there any women growing out their mustaches (gasp!) all November long?
Travel & Visitors Guide - Nov. 8, 2013
How to road trip like a boss
After driving my 12-year-old front wheel drive SUV 2241 miles in three days through a nasty autumn storm system, I consider myself fit to give a bit of advice on how to road trip like a boss.
Movies & TV - Oct. 24, 2013
Coping with scary movies
While it may seem natural that the horror film genre would appeal to what may appear to be my edgier tastes, I am really just a quivering baby when it comes to scary stuff, so I use the wussy technique of avoidance to cope.
Kids & Family - Oct. 9, 2013
Bringing art and music back into the classroom
Lloyd Barbee Montessori school's compromised arts programming captured Lindsay Garric's attention earlier this year and she and her husband, along with friends, decided to do something to help.
Marketplace - Sept. 24, 2013
Five favorites for fall
I can no longer deny that autumn is really here. The equinox has passed and although oddly warm temperatures may be trying to fool summer-loving souls, the scenery of changing leaves and the certainty of chilly nights are shoving the reality of this season in my face. So, in the spirit of having a "polished finger on beauty, fashion, fitness and nutrition trends," here are my five favorites for fall.
Living - Sept. 11, 2013
The ballad of the hotel washcloth
Lindsay was hoping for a relaxing day with her husband in a poolside cabana. What she got instead was a bizarre performance that led her to pose this question: just how much is a decent person supposed to do in a pool shower?
Living - Aug. 28, 2013
Make like a butterfly and change
I've always wanted to be one of those people who don't take everything so seriously; who isn't so affected by what other people do and say; who doesn't feel quite so deeply about everything. I consciously work on building a thicker skin, but alas - some personality traits die hard.
Music - Aug. 5, 2013
Seabrook rocks for human rights
If you are professional musician who marries a girl from Milwaukee, expect to spend more than a little of your time in her beloved hometown. That's the case for singer-songwriter Wil Seabrook, reality star, musician and human rights activist, who is returning to his wife's hometown on Aug. 8 for an intimate show at Sugar Maple.
Living - July 23, 2013
Got Wanderlust?
I'd never been to Wanderlust, the festival that celebrates the union of yoga, music and nature until this past weekend. I journeyed to Wanderlust California for the fifth anniversary of the festival held at beautiful Squaw Valley Ski Resort in Olympic Valley, Calif. (home of the 1960 Winter Olympics), near Lake Tahoe.
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