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Times have changed for athletes in social situations

Published Feb. 20, 2013

Depending how old you are and where you go in Milwaukee, you'll hear stories about members of the Milwaukee Brewers and Bucks pulling up a bar stool and having a beer and sharing a story with the locals. But as time has gone on and technology has advanced, the city's athletes are less likely to be part of the bar scene.

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We love our overpaid athletes

Published Feb. 19, 2013

When it comes to the money athletes make, our hands are tied. Athletes can take performance enhancing drugs, they can commit all sorts of mayhem, but as long as they can still run, jump, swing and hit harder than any of us, we will continue to flock to watch them do all this.

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Where our professional athletes dine out

Published Oct. 12, 2012

One of the best parts of being a Milwaukee sports fan is that chances are, you're going to see your favorite athletes out and about and dining at the same establishments you frequent. OnMilwaukee.com caught up with members of the Green Bay Packers, Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Bucks and others to see where they like to eat in honor of Dining Month on OnMilwaukee.com, presented by Concordia University.

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One local organization, thousands of kids can win with "100 Cars for Good"

Published July 20, 2011

"100 Cars for Good" will award vehicles to 100 nonprofit organizations based on votes from the public in one day, one vote campaigns through Facebook. There's only one local group on the ballot and it's Wauwatosa-based The Ability Center. And, it needs your vote on July 27.

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Morality in sports? Begel says yes

Published Jan. 11, 2011

At almost all levels, from pee wees up to the pros, almost all athletes and coaches play by the rules of their sport. The tales of cheating in sports are almost nonexistent. I guess I might say that playing by the rules, telling the truth if you will, may be one of the highest acts of moral behavior there is. It's something that every kid ought to learn.

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