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Domes' light show melts away winter blahs

Published Jan. 10, 2017

Baby, it's cold outside, but even in the depths of a Wisconsin winter overlaid with a polar vortex, it's always warm in the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, 524 S. Layton Blvd., which launches its annual train show and a stellar Thursday night light show.


Purple House razed but not forgotten

Published Jan. 13, 2014

Last summer, reported on the "purple house," a controversial residential home located on 43rd and Howard that was both loved and hated for its bright purple exterior. The house was razed but the former owners had one small request.


Riverwest Food Pantry features unique offerings

Published Aug. 22, 2013

The Riverwest Food Pantry began in the late '70s and has operated out of Our Lady of Divine Providence and MPS' Gaenslen School for decades. The pantry's mission is to alleviate food insecurity, which means a lack of consistent access to adequate food.


Scooter's Garden of Hope brightened my day

Published Aug. 25, 2012

I found Scooter's Garden of Hope on accident. I saw the colorful, totem pole-like pillars on Buffum Street and drove toward them, only to find a beautiful garden with handmade peace flags, sculpture, painted benches and an abundant garden.


Squirrels are evil

Published Feb. 27, 2012

Although I love my house and have had no issues with crime, I still have one major beef: the squirrel situation.

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Make Walkway Look Beautiful

A walkway can help define your garden, demarcate flowerbeds, and bring definition to your outdoor landscape. A walkway can lead your guests to an outdoor feature like a water fountain, a sit out or an entertainment area or just work as a border for various areas like between a kitchen garden, a p...

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