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Lindsay Garric's Articles
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Milwaukee Buzz - Sept. 28, 2015
Water and laptops don't compute
In an age of Apple Watches and Google Glass, shouldn't laptops be impervious to water damage?
Milwaukee Buzz - Sept. 9, 2015
First garden reaps food and thought
Today, as I pull out the remnants, I remember the crazy outburst of my very first garden and all of its significance gets etched into the big picture of food production.
Living - Aug. 24, 2015
Blue moon magic
The Blue Moon rose on July 31, 2015. This astrological wonder hadn't occurred since 2012 and won't varnish the sky with its indigo face again until 2018. To my delight, the early hours of the "morning after" presented a celestial show that will have to sustain me until I can witness it again.
Tagged with: blue moon, magic, peace, calm
Music - Aug. 5, 2015
5 questions for Alice Cooper
Lindsay Garric gets personal with Alice Cooper - her husband, Chuck, is Cooper's bassist - and asks him five great questions. Cooper gigs in Milwaukee on Friday, Aug. 7.
Living - July 19, 2015
CJ Lomas Foundation brings hope to heroin epidemic
In addition to the hefty work it does through the family support group, the CJ Lomas Foundation has hosted The CJ Lomas Recovery Foundation Golf Outing each year to raise money for opiate recovery organizations and to provide financial assistance for those in need to get help. This year, the event takes place on Friday July 24.
Living - June 30, 2015
"Salad Shaming" happens
Sluts can relax. There's yet another demographic being shamed.
Marketplace - June 17, 2015
Minimize with Bedrock Sandals
The breeze cools the tops of my feet and sneaks between my toes as my soles deftly navigate every detail of the varied terrain through the most minimal athletic shoe I have ever invested in - Bedrock Sandals.
Dining - June 1, 2015
Scotch Hill Farm trailblazes CSA path
If farming had professional athletes, Dela Ends of Scotch Hill Farm would be an all-star. Her certified organic, family-run farm located in Broadhead, Wis. has provided nourishment through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) to Milwaukee and neighboring cities since 1994.
Living - May 20, 2015
A potential clear skin solution
Penelope Shihab, founder of biotech company MONOJO and CEO of Milwaukee's Columbia Biotech USA has an innovative take on creating and maintaining clear skin.
Movies & TV - May 6, 2015
Ready-to-rock Roush returns to Milwaukee
Scott Roush is the drummer for Rossonian, a "hot pop, garage soul, electro-sensual rock & roll" band returning to the area to appear at The Jazz Estate on Thursday, May 7.
Living - April 24, 2015
Grow a butt
It would seem that Sir Mix-a-Lot was ahead of the curve(s) when he confessed, "when a girl walks in with an itty bitty waist and a round thing in your face, I get sprung." Milwaukee-area fitness professional Angelina D'Amico is taking full figured advantage of the bodacious booty trend.
Marketplace - April 13, 2015
Natural beauty found through "Lost"
This is what happens when someone who writes a blog "with a polished finger on the pulse of beauty, fashion, fitness and nutrition trends" binge watches the first season of "Lost."
Music - March 26, 2015
Talking jazz with Andy Milne
Lindsay Garric chats with jazz pianist Andy Milne about his band Dapp Theory, the details of his Shatner collaboration, Milwaukee's vegetarian culinary fare and more. Dapp Theory gigs at the Jazz Estate on Friday, March 27.
Kids & Family - March 18, 2015
Can dogs suffer from mental illness?
The question of weather a dog can actually be mentally ill is a controversial topic in veterinary medicine, but one that blogger Lindsay Garric asks anyway.
Travel & Visitors Guide - March 2, 2015
My personal travel hell
There are some things that no human, no matter how much grace, patience or tolerance they possess can abide. There are some things that get the goat of even the Mother Theresa of airline passengers.
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.
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