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Published June 6, 2016
Autograph collectors - or "graphers" as they are called in the field - are a weird, fascinating and often misunderstood group. There are five or six diehards in Milwaukee, a few who sell the autographs for money, but others, like Julie Thorsen, who do it solely for fun.
Published April 26, 2016
While touring about Milwaukee, author and generally beloved nerd queen Felicia Day noticed the Usinger's "vaginal sausage." And that got our inner 12-year-olds thinking about other sexy-looking Milwaukee landmarks.
Published March 8, 2016
The weekly grind hardly allows time for a.m. bacon, eggs and hash browns, and if there is time to whip 'em up, they're usually scarfed down fast. That's why weekend brunches are such a relaxing treat. Check out our list of the local Sunday morning hot spots and take some time to savor simple and elaborate breakfast treats.
Published Oct. 2, 2015
Milwaukee is a city rife with associations, from beer to brats, Hogs to "Happy Days." But for devoted fans of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Milwaukee means only one thing: the bomb scare show - that Thursday night in October 1975 when the band's Cream City concert was halted by a bomb threat and resumed three hours later, resulting in a high-energy show unlike any other the band would ever perform. Are you loose?!
Published April 28, 2015
The Milwaukee Public Museum's beloved Streets of Old Milwaukee exhibit will be livelier than usual this weekend, as interactive activities and costumed actors take to the streets for guests' education and entertainment.
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