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Articles tagged with 'travel'

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Plan a weekend escape to Viroqua

Published Aug. 30, 2014

Because Viroqua is only three hours west of Milwaukee, Viroqua - the county seat of Vernon County - is a possible destination for an affordable weekend getaway. OnMilwaukee.com's Molly Snyder recently went for a visit and developed this list of local places and spaces to check out.

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Featured bartender: Sabbatic's Gwenn Barker

Published Aug. 24, 2014

We spent too long at Sabbatic on a recent Friday night, chatting with Gwenn Barker about - among other things - motorcycles, hurling, chemistry, Bloody Marys and the time she spent working at the Bomb Shelter for her beloved friend Greg Landig who passed away in 2012.

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5 fun things to do in Knoxville, y'all

Published Aug. 20, 2014

There isn't much that feels as good to me as some good ol' Southern love. Knoxville offers up a mix of the South, the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains and a classic college town.

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What happens in Nashville, stays in Nashville

Published Aug. 12, 2014

Right under our Midwestern noses is a city so full of culture, entertainment, food, sports, art, community and music that it's almost a transgression of good tourism not to visit Nashville.

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New York Times spends "36 Hours in Green Bay"

Published Aug. 1, 2014

The New York Times goes beyond the Packers in its latest "36 Hours" piece - "36 Hours in Green Bay, Wis." - that's now up on nytimes.com. For you paper people, I'm sure it will run in print on Sunday.

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A guide to Wisconsin historical sites

Published June 7, 2014

Discovering Wisconsin history is as easy as hopping in the car and heading to one of these family-friendly historical sites!

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The triumphant return of the baseball trip

Published May 6, 2014

Between graduating and moving and interning and job hunting and occasionally sleeping - eating was off the table - last summer was pretty eventful. But oddly enough, something was missing, one of my fondest family rituals. Something had fallen through the cracks. Lost in all the hubbub was the Mueller boys' annual baseball trip.

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Race to Indy for fab food, urban trails and a run-in with a yeti

Published April 9, 2014

Senior writer Molly Snyder had never been to Indianapolis before, so she really wasn't sure what she'd find, but after a long weekend and a lot of investigating, she came home eager to share what she discovered with Milwaukeeans who might want to take Indy for a spin.

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Were you a hotel kid?

Published March 5, 2014

Growing up in the Tanzilo household was perfect practice for being in a working band. We never flew - always drove - when we'd visit family in North Carolina or Milwaukee. And we never stayed in hotels.