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Kallas Honey sweetens local business

Published Oct. 25, 2014

In 1941, John P. Kallas started Kallas Honey, a local business that will soon turn 75. The company launched in the Kallas' Glendale home and later moved to a larger facility, also in Glendale. In 1999, Kallas Honey moved to its current facility at 5500 W. Douglas Ave.

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Dabble into the potentially exciting unknown

Published Jan. 30, 2012

Starting a new hobby or learning a new skill is a big commitment and most people just don't have the time or the energy. With this in mind, a new website, dabble.co, allows Milwaukee residents to try one-time classes to decide if it's something they want to pursue further.

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City folk keep chickens, bees

Published July 22, 2011

Last March, beekeeping became legal in Milwaukee, and on July 28, residents can apply for a permit to keep chickens, too. In this article, meet Milwaukeeans who have already opened their yards to birds or bees.

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Honey of a Museum shares a bee-licious history

Published Oct. 7, 2002

Located just 10 minutes north of Oconomowoc, one of the country's top honey producers, Honey Acres -- a family-run company for five generations -- houses a museum that traces the history of beekeeping around the world and much more.

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