Results tagged with 'fireworks'
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.
Published June 22, 2016
Fireworks offer explosive fun for family gatherings, especially around the Fourth of July. But you might want to think twice once you read on about legality, liability and what fireworks might actually cost you after the smoke clears.
Published July 9, 2015
Sparklers and roasted marshmallows - two steadfast Independence Day traditions. Why not combine them?
Published June 25, 2013
It was the feeling of being less important as the world seems to be growing beyond our reach and control that fueled the story behind 1956's "The Shrinking Man" written by Richard Matheson. The sci-fi author died this week. He was 87.
Published June 30, 2011
Fireworks aren't legal in Milwaukee, but it doesn't stop people from driving beyond the city to buy them. This week, our Facebook likers and Twitter followers told us what they think about buying personal stashes of big bangs.
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Being a homosexual is exhausting. Seriously. I'm just off three days of Wisconsin PrideFest; both as a proud sponsor and representing my nonprofit, Public Allies.
So, three very full days.
The gay "culture," so to speak, is very active. First, you need to plan three days of...
Milwaukee!Happy Independence Day!from Walter Rhett and Southern Perloin Charleston, SCJuly 4, 2009
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