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Our earliest childhood memories

Published June 13, 2014

Some people can recollect events that happened decades ago, others can't remember what they ate for breakfast. In any case, memories are an interesting aspect of being human and, if you don't think about them too often or for too long, they can add an emotional richness to your life.


Featured bartender: Holler House's Kris Stuckert

Published June 3, 2014

Kris Stuckert represents the fourth generation to work in his family's business, Holler House, which is a tavern and the oldest certified bowling alley in the United States. We recently stopped in on a Tuesday night to chat with Stuckert about cribbage, family, why there are so many bras hanging from the ceiling and, of course, bowling.


Multi-generational households work for Milwaukee families

Published Oct. 15, 2012

Multi-generational households - which usually means grandparents, parents and grandchildren living under the same roof - are spanning demographics, in part, due to challenging economy, job loss and / or decreased services for the elderly.


Dining with a kid ain't always easy

Published Oct. 3, 2012

I have a 4-year-old grandson named Alex. He is a wonderful and slightly mysterious little boy. And I'm facing an incredible dilemma about our breakfast outings.


Playshore: simple and friendly

Published Oct. 26, 2011

To prove that "never the twain shall meet" is wrong, just take a morning trip to Playshore, the free kids' play area in Bayshore Town Center.

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