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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014

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Milwaukee Buzz - Aug. 14, 2014
Urban spelunking: Downtown steam tunnels
Milwaukee's got a knack for putting waste to good use. Consider Milorganite or, less obviously to those of us up here on the surface, the city steam system. Follow Bobby Tanzilo as he goes down into two We Energies steam tunnels beneath the streets of Downtown.
Milwaukee Buzz - May 6, 2014
"Hidden History" goes urban spelunking with's Tanzilo's managing editor Bobby Tanzilo has been exploring Milwaukee in-depth and behind the scenes via his ongoing Urban Spelunking series for a few years now, and he's written more than 70 articles and blog posts. A number of them appear in a new book, "Hidden History of Milwaukee," published by The History Press.
Living - May 3, 2014
Melinda Myers' eco-friendly tips for weed control in your lawn
Don't let lawn weeds get the best of you. These opportunistic plants find a weak spot in the lawn, infiltrate and begin the take over your grass. Take back the lawn with proper care. Your lawn will not only be greener and healthier, but good for the environment.
Marketplace - Sept. 28, 2012
Urban spelunking: Brewing up Milorganite
Let's get this straight from the get-go. Despite what you've heard, Milorganite is not made out of human feces. When I took a tour of the Jones Island plant recently, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District agency services director Jeff Spence and public information manager Bill Graffin wanted to dispel that myth at the start. It is sorta true, however, if you believe that you are what you eat. Let me explain.
Travel & Visitors Guide - Sept. 11, 2012
Tell me where to go, Milwaukee
We've climbed wooden ladders up into dark spaces to reach the top of the St. Josaphat dome, walked countless spiral staircase to get to the peak of the City Hall tower, we've explored boiler rooms in old schools and in a few days you'll read about a visit to the Eschweiler buildings on the County Grounds. Where to next, folks?