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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Monday, Sept. 22, 2014

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Milwaukee Area Event Calendar

Today's featured events
2 p.m. at Various Locations
Westmoor Country Club
8 p.m. at Beulah Brinton Recreation Center

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kickstarter Project: Rockwell Razors

[UPDATE: Rockwell Razors met their initial funding goal on it's first day on Kickstarter!] Sharpologist likes to publicize shaving-related funding projects.  For example, we've previously showcased Dave's Shower Shave and BornSharp.  Here's a new one: Rockwell Razors.  Rockwell has some interesting attributes-an all stainless steel razor with a price point far below other stainless steel razors, and a set of reversible, interchangeable base plates. A Chance Meeting Morgan Nordstrom, 20, is an engineering student and Gareth Everard, 21, is an environmental sciences student at Western University. Both Morgan and Gareth, who met at a business pitch competition, have been working on Rockwell...

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Kenza Dawn
Milwaukee's Kenza Dawn has a new record out called "Feminetics." We asked her about that and more...
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Widen's rock & roll book
Milwaukee Renaissance man Larry Widen combines many of his passions in his latest book, "Milwaukee Rock and Roll," published by Arcadia Press as part of its ongoing "Images of Modern America" series of illustrated paperbacks.
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"Temporary Saints"
Milwaukee writer Mark Warhus has a diverse biblography, having written non-fiction books about relics of the saints and Native American maps, as well as novels set in the world of opera and, now, in his latest, "Temporary Saints," in the Catholic Church.
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Murder of Officer Kossow
Today marks the 115th anniversary of the day Big John Kossow was bludgeoned to death on Milwaukee's South Side, making him the second police officer murdered on the job in the city.

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