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Articles tagged with 'Living'

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"The Immortalists" finds cinematic life in the search for eternal life

Published Sept. 29, 2014

No matter how much you try to dodge or avoid or fend it off, age comes for us all. But what if it ... didn't? That's the obvious yet unanswerable essential question driving Bill Andrews and Aubrey de Gray, the two scientists at the center of "The Immortalists," the thoroughly compelling new doc currently showing at the Milwaukee Film Festival.

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OnMilwaukee.com recommends, Oct. 26, 2013

Published Oct. 26, 2013

Halloween is right around the corner, but there's nothing scary about these recommendations from your pals at OnMilwaukee.com. Well ... one of them is a little scary. A lot scary, actually.

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A different way to look at health care

Published Oct. 18, 2013

I must make a confession. At the risk of being labeled a RINO, I need to express my support for universal health care. Before being trashed by my fellow fiscal conservatives and being hailed by hapless progressives, let me explain.

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Here's to long hellos and goodbyes

Published July 19, 2013

Mike Lescarbeau, CEO of Carmichael Lynch, a branding and creative agency in Minneapolis, had a great piece last week on Huffington Post.

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Holiday etiquette: Everything you need to know

Published Dec. 12, 2012

The holidays can be a landmine of awkward social situations. How do you stay poised amid a flurry of parties, gift-giving and indelicate relatives? Milwaukee-area etiquette expert and author Margery Sinclair has the answers.

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When OPO attacks

Published Dec. 11, 2012

The effect of other people's opinions (OPO) can be extremely powerful. Input from a collective group can be helpful, valuable and quite constructive. On the flipside, there are times when unsolicited OPO makes its way into your life.

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Give "Dining-at-home" Month a try

Published Oct. 23, 2012

All this talk of food during OnMilwaukee.com's Dining Month has me fantasizing about my favorite places to go OUT to eat. But, frequent eating out wreaks havoc on my waistline and makes a major dent in my wallet, so I choose to cook at home.

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The bird catcher

Published Aug. 21, 2012

What do you do after the bird you captured in your garage escapes? Why, buy another bird, of course.

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It's so hard to say goodbye

Published Aug. 9, 2012

I hate goodbyes. Even when the exit is desired from a specific situation, relationship, job or even a dinner party - uttering the words that traditionally signal "aufedersein" to people that I have a connection with is hard for me.

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Rogue facial hair and "stupid charges"

Published July 13, 2012

Recently while getting my hair cut, I had some pretty hysterical conversations. The kind of verbal exchanges that leave you needing to whiz in your drawers, give you a belly ache from a much-needed laughing fit, or allow you to voice a hearty "hell yes" out loud.

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Just do it

Published Feb. 22, 2012

This isn't one of your typical rants about the Bucks are in peril or how the Brewers will miss Prince Fielder. Rather than opine in this space as I normally do about who will play quarterback next year for the Badgers or left tackle next year for the Packers, I want to use this space for something entirely different, if you guys will indulge me. Cancer.

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A change of course

Published Jan. 20, 2012

I had all of these fitness resolution blogs planned for the month of January, but a repeated message from the universe is making my fingers redirect their path across the landscape of my keyboard.