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Temperatures might be dropping, but plenty in Milwaukee remains hot, hot, hot!

Heat Index: October 2011

The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are dropping, but the Brewers and the Packers couldn't be hotter right now.

The Brew Crew has clinched its first division title since mustaches weren't considered ironic (and before most hipsters sporting beards were even born). And the Super Bowl champion Packers are 3-0 and on a roll.

On the other hand, politics keeps getting uglier, and there's no end in sight for the NBA lockout. Does anyone even care, though? And a little north of Brew City, the ongoing drama with Sheboygan Mayor Bob Ryan continues.

Sorry, we're speechless on that one.

As we enter October, here's our light-hearted look at what's hot – and what's not this month in Milwaukee.

Brewers – Party like it's 1982! {#emotions_dlg.arrowup}
Packers – Undefeated and on a roll
Milwaukee Film Festival – Putting Milwaukee's best foot forward

Brewers fans – set an attendance record
Warm days and cold nights – good sleepin' weather Dining Monthmmm, mmm good! {#emotions_dlg.arrowup}

New impressionism exhibit at MAM – coming mid-October
Winterfest – cool retro idea, but will it work?

Casey McGehee – great guy, but the best option at third? {#emotions_dlg.arrowdown}
Frontier Airlines Milwaukee layoffsThe recession rolls on?

Assorted John Doe investigations – could Wisconsin politics be any uglier? {#emotions_dlg.arrowdown}
NBA lockout – losing interest rapidly

Food assistance fraud – sad and wrong
Sheboygan Mayor Bob Ryan – sorry, we're speechless


devidia | Sept. 27, 2011 at 1:19 p.m. (report)

Boy, you guys sure like that picture of that thermometer!!!

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