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Rock the Green fills out its 2017 lineup

Published July 20, 2017

This morning, Rock the Green, the one-day sustainability festival headed to Walker's Point on Saturday, Sept. 9, announced the rest of its lineup, featuring an impressive combination of big national names and beloved local acts.

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Milwaukee free summer music series guide

Published July 19, 2017

Summerfest may have come to a close, but you can still get your fill of live music all summer long - and for free. From jazz to rock and an array of local and national bands in between, Milwaukee's weekly concert series offer something for everyone.

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Washington County Fair, July 25-30

Published July 19, 2017

A lot has changed since the first Washington County Fair was held in 1858 at Courthouse Square in West Bend, but the mission has stayed the same: to enrich life in the local community through educational, cultural, economic and social opportunities.

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Armenian Fest: July 23

Published July 19, 2017

Family fun, reasonable prices and delicious food like the pictured lamajoun, a pizza-ish meat dish served on thin tortilla-like dough, await visitors at Armenian Fest, which will be held rain or shine from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on the grounds of St. John the Baptist Armenian Orthodox Church, 7825 W. Layton Ave.

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Country Thunder flies in with a bang

Published July 18, 2017

It's Country Thunder time, friends! The lineup is packed to the busting point with outstanding talent - established, new, classic, dance, pop, all of it country! Here's everything you need to know before you head out to camp.

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Do you know how lucky you are?!

For those of us who reside in the metro-Milwaukee area and love to complain about the sparse parking, the overnight parking restrictions, the higher cost of living and the traffic, I have a wake up call for you! Hey, I get it, small talk usually relates to something annoying - weath...

A Brady Street Festival Frenzy

I had never been to the Brady Street Fest, but after last Saturday's bash on Brady, I'll never miss another one. Down the city's most hip and diverse street in all of the land, the scene looked more like a brochure of "Visit New Orleans" than Milwaukee on Saturday. There was a sk...

How I spent opening day in the kids' area (and survived)

When I was younger, I didn't spend a lot of time at Summerfest. Or rather - I didn't spend a lot of time in the kids' area. By the time I started going to Summerfest, it was mostly to drag a very harassed parent to a stage for a band that I had to see. Unfortunately for me, the kids' area was s...

Juneteenth Not The Same Anymore

Back in the day as a kid, I enjoyed going to the Juneteenth festival in the 1980's.  It was not as crazy as it is now.You had your usual drunks talking nonsense when you walked past them. I remembered Juneteenth staying open until midnight.  Somewhere along the way, other people had to ...

Delafield - Close to it all. Far from expected.

Peaceful trails, pure lakes, trendy shopping & dining... As spring rolls into Wisconsin, bringing with it longer, sun-filled days, it's a great time to shake off winter with a visit to Delafield, Wisconsin. It's a welcoming city in an exquisite outdoor setting known as Lake Country, and just ...

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