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Lecture on Increase Lapham, Mapmaker at UWM

Martha Bergland and Paul G. Hayes, co-authors of a recently published biography of Wisconsin’s first scientist, Increase Lapham (1811-1875), offer a presentation on Lapham’s remarkable life and achievements, focusing on...

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Open Up Your Heart And Home

Can't get overseas this year? Instead, bring a cultural experience into your own home! Nathip from Thailand plays the piano, ukulele, and guitar. She is fun-loving and hardworking. Lara is from...

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Antiques Show Returns to Waukesha Expo Feb. 6 & 7

Form and function are always important when selecting decorative objects for your home. Add authenticity, condition and rarity of time-tested antiques and you have the makings of a very...

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Daddy & Daughter Dance Party

Recommended for Dads or Grandfathers with daughters/granddaughters ages 6-10 Spend Valentine’s Day with your best guy and learn a dance that you can share with everyone at your next family gathering. Participants...

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Local Girl Wins Miss Wisconsin Collegiate Title

On Saturday, January 3rd, 2015, Heidi Lorenzen of Wauwatosa was crowned Miss Wisconsin Collegiate America 2015 at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. Lorenzen will represent the Dairy State at the national...

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“Battle of the Bays” Getaway winner announced by BloodCenter of WI

Blood donor will attend Green Bay vs. Tampa Bay game December 21 Milwaukee, Wis. — December 16, 2014 — BloodCenter of Wisconsin has selected a Pewaukee blood donor and his guest...

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Local historian presents Milwaukee's surprising political history at Newcastle Place

With the election season still fresh in our minds, local residents might be interested to learn that Milwaukee has a unique political history, at least according to local historian John...

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Noted Jewish Argentine Writer To Read at UWM Oct. 23

Noted Jewish Argentine writer Ana María Shua will offer a bilingual reading of her short fiction, followed by a discussion of her work in the Fourth Floor Conference Center of...

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Noted Jewish Argentine Writer To Read at UWM Oct. 23

Noted Jewish Argentine writer Ana María Shua will offer a bilingual reading of her short fiction, followed by a discussion of her work in the Fourth Floor Conference Center of...

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Massachusetts Book Artist To Speak at UWM Oct. 21

Book artist, sculptor, book binder and teacher Daniel Kelm presents a talk about his work on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 7 p.m. in the Fourth Floor Conference Center of...

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Massachusetts Book Artist To Speak at UWM Oct. 21

Book artist, sculptor, book binder and teacher Daniel Kelm presents a talk about his work on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 7 p.m. in the Fourth Floor Conference Center of...

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Don't Fall Forward: Maintain Your Hearing to Reduce the Risk of Falls

By Lisa Smarzinski, hearing health professional, hi HealthInnovations of Wisconsin Tuesday, Sept. 23 marked the beginning of Fall, which also served as National Falls Prevention Awareness Day. There were educational events...

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SPROCKET ROCKETS Named Gold Spokes Team for 2014 Bike MS Fundraising Efforts

The 58 members of the SPROCKET ROCKETS, led by team captains Dennis Christiansen and his daughter Elizabeth of Whitefish Bay and daughter Amy Rowell of Muskego, rode in this year’s...

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DHS Throws Disabled Under the Bus

The Department of Health Services (DHS) is making changes that will adversely affect your most vulnerable citizens. Their phasing out funding for prevocational services and day services at Curative...

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Local Garden Club Recognized

Elm Grove, WI July 13, 2014 Elm Grove Garden Club has been designated the Garden Club of the Year by Wisconsin Garden Club Federation. Elm...

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Summer Travel Health Tips: Staying Healthy on Vacation

Summer is here and for many in Wisconsin, that means getting out of town to escape the heat. According to Airlines for America, air travel is expected to hit its...

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Memories In The Making® Program Comes To Newcastle Place

Signature art program of the Alzheimer’s Association expands to Ozaukee County Mequon, Wis. – Newcastle Place, a full-service senior living community in Mequon, is pleased to announce that it is now...

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Grow Your Own Backyard Paradise in a Pot

Create a backyard escape with the help of container gardens. Whether you’re looking for a visit to the desert, an English garden or tropical paradise, a few planters can help...

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May 29, "Get Aboard the Agape: Richard R. Pieper, Sr. & Friends Share Stories of their Voyage Around the Globe!"

Richard R. Pieper, Sr., Board Chair of PPC Partners, Inc. (which includes Milwaukee’s PIEPERPOWER), and several of his friends who accompanied him on his sailboat as he circumnavigated the world...

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Newcastle Place completes 1,449.6 miles of cardiovascular activity as part of nationwide challenge for seniors

Residents join national effort to surpass 1,310 miles of cardiovascular activity Mequon, WI – Residents of Newcastle Place, a senior living community in Mequon, recently participated in a nationwide challenge to...

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Community Watch

» Mequon-Thiensville speaks out against Gov. Walker's proposed budget 3/30

» North Shore couple probed for collecting state aid 3/27

» Whitefish Bay School Board: Radio station would be better suited for community use 3/27

» DSW shoe store opens in Mequon 3/27

» Crews clear crash that closed right lane of NB I-43 at Brown Deer Road Updated:  3/27

» West Allis-West Milwaukee taps Shorewood superintendent for top spot 3/27

» Burglary suspects flee police in Brown Deer, crash car in Whitefish Bay 3/25

» Whitefish Bay hires John Edlebeck as public works director 3/25

» Glendale mayoral candidates will debate city issues tonight 3/24

» Initial Reaction Podcast: Is Diamond Stone the greatest ever? 3/24

» The Sprint Episode Three: WIAA state basketball tournament retrospective 3/23

» Whitefish Bay native finishes 46th in Iditarod 3/23

» New bus route running through Brown Deer 3/23

» Proud Brown Deer boys basketbal team claims second state title 3/21

» Brown Deer boys basketball team heads back to state title game 3/20

» Dominican overwhelms Regis in state semifinal 3/19

» Truck being hauled by military convoy strikes overpass in Mequon 3/18

» Atwater Park is getting new playground equipment this year 3/17

» Mequon police identify woman killed in grocery lot as driver's wife 3/17

» Mequon-Thiensville hires new bus company 3/17

» Pedestrian killed by elderly driver in Sendik's parking lot 3/16

» Woman, 85, killed by vehicle at Mequon Sendik's store 3/16

» Homestead High School reverses decision to restructure final exams 3/16

» The Sprint Episode Two: local teams look to defend state basketball titles this week 3/16

» Marshalls opens in Mequon on March 26 3/13

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