Results tagged with 'Fireworks'
Published June 25, 2013
It was the feeling of being less important as the world seems to be growing beyond our reach and control that fueled the story behind 1956's "The Shrinking Man" written by Richard Matheson. The sci-fi author died this week. He was 87.
Published July 10, 2012
We all have our dirty little secrets. Here's mine: I have lived in Milwaukee all my life and have only been to Summerfest once before this year. I know. I get it. That's bad. Here are a few of the more memorable moments from my first real Summerfest.
Published June 30, 2011
Fireworks aren't legal in Milwaukee, but it doesn't stop people from driving beyond the city to buy them. This week, our Facebook likers and Twitter followers told us what they think about buying personal stashes of big bangs.
Published June 1, 2011
Sazama's Lakeside Grille, the sit-down eatery with dining service that's located on the south end of the Summerfest grounds - adjacent to the Classic Rock Stage - will return for a second year.
Published June 23, 2010
Not sure which of the many fireworks displays to go to on July 4? Then head Downtown because the Hyatt will re-open Polaris from 7 p.m. until midnight on Sunday, July 4, offering a 360-degree, rotating view of fireworks for as far as the eye can see.
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Being a homosexual is exhausting. Seriously. I'm just off three days of Wisconsin PrideFest; both as a proud sponsor and representing my nonprofit, Public Allies.
So, three very full days.
The gay "culture," so to speak, is very active. First, you need to plan three days of...
Milwaukee!Happy Independence Day!from Walter Rhett and Southern Perloin Charleston, SCJuly 4, 2009
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