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Kooky Cooky House returns

Published Oct. 22, 2014

Many Milwaukeeans who grew up in the `60s, `70s and `80s remember the Kooky Cooky House - an electronic gingerbread cookie factory that featured dozens of moving parts - that was located in the now defunct Capitol Court Mall. This year, an updated Kooky Cooky House returns to Discovery World.

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Framing the Future Gala celebrates 30 years of Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity

Published Oct. 15, 2014

Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity will celebrate its 30th anniversary at the Framing the Future Gala with presenting sponsor, the Helen Bader Foundation. The organization invites all members of the public to support Habitat's mission at the Gala on Saturday, Oct. 25, at Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin.

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Kidd beginning to discover Milwaukee

Published Sept. 8, 2014

New Milwaukee Bucks head coach Jason Kidd was at Miller Park over the weekend to take in a Brewers game, and he spent the night before Downtown. He's settling in, and learning some new things about the Cream City.

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Bublr Bikes rolls out 10 new Milwaukee bike-share stations

Published Aug. 6, 2014

This afternoon, Bublr Bikes announced and began installing the first of its 10 inaugural bike-share stations in downtown Milwaukee. The first station, set at Red Arrow Park, marks the first step in an extended launch that is expected to grow up to 40 more similar stations throughout Milwaukee in 2015 - with the goal of hitting 100 stations and 1,000 shareable bikes within the next few years.

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Discovery World Summer Camps and Teen Workshops Smashing Expectations

The talent and potential of students within the Greater Milwaukee Area is undeniable. Much like the long line of past innovators that includes visionaries such as John Cudahay, Les Paul, and Samuel Curtis Johnson, today's youth has a host of available resources capable of offering opportunities u...

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