Results tagged with 'women'
Published March 8, 2017
Many Milwaukee women are major contributors to local business, so in honor of International Women's Day, here are eight who are providing life-enhancing outlets for Brew City shoppers and, in many cases, building community at the same time.
Published Aug. 17, 2016
Beginning Friday night, the inaugural Milwaukee Women's Film Festival will present a three-day big screen showcase for women's stories. The project, created by Andrea Thompson, started with a simple question: What are you doing?
Published March 5, 2014
Whoever came up with the saying, "You can never have too much of a good thing," obviously had never been on the Internet. In all of its glory, the Web has many addictive qualities to it. From its anonymity and endless outlets for just about any and every fantasy and desire known, its alluring appeal can be difficult to ignore.
Published Feb. 17, 2014
OnMilwaukee.com is proud to a be a sponsor of TEMPO Milwaukee's 24th annual Mentor Awards this Thursday, Feb. 20 at The Pfister Hotel. In preparation for the event, I asked them all some questions about mentoring.
Published July 14, 2013
Niki Johnson, the artist who created the controversial pope portrait made from condoms, has another intriguing piece at the Portrait Society Gallery, 207. E. Buffalo Ave. This one's called "A Vision in White" and it's a glass sculpture of Michelle Obama's arms.
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Sunday January 19th, 2014 – Gurnee, IL Today happens to be the birthday of not one but a nefarious pair of women that managed to get where few ever have and slither their way into my heart only to stomp on it like a bushel of wine grapes. I don’t know if I believe in a...
Monday December 2nd, 2013 – Island Lake, IL One of the cruelest and most vicious jokes life plays that I fail to find the least bit funny or can ever begin to figure out is why every woman I am even the least bit attracted to likes “bad boys”. I have never been, ...
Bloated and swollen stomach aching for a few salty chips. Streaks of mascara tears sliding down hot cheeks. The emotional light switch goes on and off rapidly. Perfectly fine one minute and then full of gloom the next. Sure not many women openly discuss PMS.
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Decades are often defined by a cultural statements. The 1960's were depicted as suburban life and fallen heroes. The groovey 1970's were about revolt, free love and peace. The 1980's was an era of standing out and being unique. Normal didn't include cookie cutter appearances. Musi...
A college chum recently noticed how long my brown hair has become. My hair grows painfully slow and it felt nice to feel the soft mane hang down to the middle of my back. A woman's hair is as important as the polish on her nails and the shoes on her feet. It makes the package complete. As lit...
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