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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Monday, April 21, 2014

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Articles tagged with 'travel'


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.


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.


Featured bartender: Sabbatic's Devon Weisend

Published Jan. 18, 2014

When Devon Wiesend is behind the bar, she owns it. Her quick wit, sassy-yet-warm personality and infectious laugh create a vibe that is only present at Sabbatic when she's pouring the goods.


Three things former residents miss about Milwaukee

Published Jan. 13, 2014

Focusing on the positive, because it's a fresh New Year and all, here are the top three things numerous ex-pats miss about Milwaukee - along with a thing or two they don't yearn for.


How to road trip like a boss

Published Nov. 8, 2013

After driving my 12-year-old front wheel drive SUV 2241 miles in three days through a nasty autumn storm system, I consider myself fit to give a bit of advice on how to road trip like a boss.


Iron Horse Hotel named one of the best in the Midwest

Published Oct. 16, 2013

The award-winning Iron Horse Hotel, located at 500 W. Florida St., claimed a 86.5 score in the Conde Nast Traveler's readers survey, good enough to earn the No. 3 spot on the magazine's list of the best hotels in the Midwest.


A guide to Wisconsin historical sites

Published July 20, 2013

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


Our dream vacations

Published July 16, 2013

It's summer vacation season, and for many of us, that doesn't include international travel. However, if time and money were not an object, where would you like to travel? The editorial staffers weigh in with their desired destinations.


Barenz's art reflects on home and travel

Published June 30, 2013

Stephanie Barenz is the current artist-in-residence at The Pfister Hotel. Her work features Milwaukee imagery including the Allen Bradley clock tower, highway signage, the Marquette interchange, lighthouses, the Hoan Bridge, Bay View bungalows and more. But these local images are mixed in with faraway places where she has traveled.


Taking back Lake Geneva

Published June 22, 2013

With all that Lake Geneva offers less than an hour away from the city, maybe it's time for Milwaukeeans to look south for their "up north" vacation.


Multi-generational Facebook friendship translates to real world

Published June 1, 2013

Social media has changed everything about the way we interact. No one knows that better than Milwaukeean Christina Wright - through social media she not only became friends with a 103-year-old woman in Germany, but she won a trip to go see her this past April.


Hawai'i with the kids: A Toy Tips guide

Published May 25, 2013

Oahu is the third largest of the Hawaiian Islands and by far the one with the most to do for families with children. On a recent visit with my two children, our goal was to soak in some Vitamin D and enjoy the beauty of the island, skyscrapers of Waikiki, the ocean and all the sites that we could visit over nine days.