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Published June 16, 2017
The 117th U.S. Open at Erin Hills has looked spectacular. Clear blue skies above vast rolling hills. Unceasing sunshine, picture-perfect weather and meticulously manicured greens. Andrew Johnston's beard. Here are some of the best photos from the first round.
Published Feb. 14, 2016
Recently, Milwaukeeans Eileen Blom and Margaret Muza revived a lost art form of photography and launched a business, Gun Cotton Tintype Photography. Appointments are available now in studio, and next weekend at the Mama Tried motorcycle show.
Published May 21, 2015
On Tuesday night, there were three missing photos on the Wall of Faces list of Wisconsin fallen. But relatives of Carl Leslie Crowley and Rudolph Glenn Valenta have now provided photos that transform their names into something far more memorably human. Now that leaves Willie Bedford, the last man without a photo on the Defense Department's list of 1,161 service members from Wisconsin who died in Vietnam.
Published May 20, 2015
At the end of March, I wrote about the efforts of my UW-Milwaukee journalism students to find missing photos of Wisconsin service members who died in Vietnam. The search is part of a national effort to put a face with every name on the Vietnam Memorial wall in D.C. Our goal - and Johnson's goal - is that, by Memorial Day, Wisconsin will join that list of states and be able to say, "All of ours are found." With only four left, we are close.
Published Jan. 21, 2015
Pride has always been a residual effect of riding, building or promoting Harley-Davidson motorcycles, and once again, the H-D pride is reinforced through the Harley-Davidson Museum's latest exhibit called "(P)ART: Photographs Revealing the Art of Mechanical Form." This new exhibit opened last week and runs through Sunday, May 17.
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