Results tagged with 'Wisconsin Dells'
Published March 20, 2014
Joni Clare is an interesting Milwaukeean. She sings and plays piano with multiple bands, works as a bartender and is studying to be an instructor of a form of relaxation called The Alexander Technique. After a self-described sheltered life in a Baptist family, she is trailblazing a new path.
Published March 4, 2014
Because it's Hotel Week on OnMilwaukee.com this week, senior writer Molly Snyder revisits some of her favorite hotel-related articles from the past.
Published Feb. 28, 2014
Barely three months after opening Double Cut Charcoal Grill, the Kalahari Resorts in the Wisconsin Dells is opening another new restaurant today: Wisconsin Brew Pub.
Published Nov. 20, 2013
Double Cut Charcoal Grill, a steak and seafood bistro, opens today at the Kalahari Resorts in Wisconsin Dells. The restaurant was created via a partnership with Minneapolis-based Parasole Restaurant Holdings and replaces the resort's Kahunaville Restaurant.
Published Oct. 23, 2013
I'm turning 26 and wanted to do something special. I wasn't looking for an average birthday celebration. I wanted to go out of town, maybe get crazy in Las Vegas, something new and exciting. However, it proved to be a bit difficult to coordinate my group of friends and get everyone on board for a vacation. Instead, I thought why not run 26 miles for my 26th birthday?
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Thursday July 15th, 2010 - Wisconsin Dells, WI Last minute fallouts have saved my day for almost as long as I’ve been a comedian. One of the few smart things I’ve done is to cultivate a reputation with most of the bookers I’ve ever worked for that I am available and ...
Friday January 8th, 2010 - Hartford, WI I finally got my car situation taken care of. I hope. I was wrong about the fuel pump, it’s the distributor, wires and plugs. Apparently that’s one of the few things that seem to be an issue with Toyota Camry models from 1993, or at ...
Thursday January 7th, 2010 - Wisconsin Dells, WI A road comic has to learn to improvise and adapt in order to survive. We’re kind of like the Marines or Navy Seals of show business. Bands usually have tour buses or at least are able to travel as a unit so there are familiar peop...
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