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"HeART & Sole" Sister's EXPO

Attention Milwaukee Ladies, bring your girlfriends, mom, sister & daughter to the 4th annual "HeART & Sole" Sister's Vendor Expo! This event is bigger & better than ever & FREE...

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Way Out West

The right to bear arms is enshrined in the Constitution. It made a great deal of sense, at a time when people were saying “Give me a home where the...

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School Day Off Workshop: Commotion in the Ocean

Monday, November 23 9:00am- 4:00pm Something is bubbling up at Danceworks as we explore our planet’s most mysterious habitat! Come explore the Commotion in the Ocean through movement, music and art. Workshop Pricing: Single...

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DYPC Junior & Senior Company Auditions

DYPC performs at various events in the community. Participating in DYPC is a great opportunity for young dancers to rehearse and train together, while enjoying unique performance experiences! Danceworks Youth Performance...

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The State of Senior Health: Where Wisconsin Made Strides, and Where We Need to Improve

With America’s senior population expected to double in size by 2050, it is important that we ensure seniors in Wisconsin can live full and healthy lives. The America’s Heath Rankings...

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Host Families needed for one month this summer

Whitefish Bay families are needed to host Spanish high school students from Madrid. Is your family looking for a unique experience this summer? Why not open your home to a...

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Newcastle Place staff completes training for Heartfelt Connections Memory Care Program

Newcastle Place, a full-service senior living community in Mequon, is proud to announce that 26 staff members have completed requirements for the Heartfelt Connections Memory Care Program, a trademark program...

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Stars and Stripes Honor Flight-The Final Thank You

As they stepped off the plane at General Mitchell Airport, a dull roaring sound from the terminal reached their ears. Some thought it was perhaps a protest while others...

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Waukesha South graduate grows science community into Internet's largest

While attending Waukesha South Greg Bernhardt learned the necessary skills to turn his, at the time, small online science community, https://www.physicsforums.com (PF), into the internet's largest and most prestigious. PF offers...

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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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Community Watch

» What residents in Southeast Wisconsin need to know to prevent the spread of Zika virus 2/10

» Shorewood girls basketball team closing in on third straight Woodland title 2/10

» Homestead's Millard to be inducted into WBCA Hall 2/10

» Whitefish Bay boys basketball team stays in NSC race with rally past Nicolet 2/10

» Shorewood boys swimming team uses depth to win fourth league title 2/10

» SPORTS SHORTS: Feb. 11 2/10

» Mequon council votes down subdivision proposal at Oldenburg Farm 2/10

» Germantown boys basketball team overpowers Whitefish Bay, 101-74 2/9

» Apartment building, assisted living center approved in Mequon 2/9

» Shorewood approves beekeeping ordinance 2/9

» St. Monica Parish hosts first "wine and art" winter social 2/8

» Updated rankings of area prep boys and girls basketball teams and players 2/8

» Whitefish Bay orchestra presents Music for Munchkins children's concert 2/8

» Cedarburg girls basketball team beats Homestead, ties for NSC lead 2/6

» Whitefish Bay boys basketball team rallies past Nicolet, 79-74 2/5

» Meet and greet the Mequon-Thiensville School Board candidates Feb. 10 2/5

» Video: DOT proposes 'Michigan left' intersection at Brown Deer, Green Bay roads Updated:  2/5

» Young Brown Deer boys fearless in face of intense schedule 2/3

» Mistaken gun reports caused hourlong I-43 shutdown 2/3

» Area swim teams perform well at State Small Schools 2/3

» Master Greg Chay talks discipline, respect at new Mequon Chay's Tae Kwon Do location 2/3

» Glendale hotel could be flipped into apartment complex 2/3

» Revamped Chekouras tourney a tribute to late Homestead basketball coach 2/3

» Brown Deer boys basketball team knock off unbeaten Eisenhower 2/3

» Shorewood girls basketball team roars past Tosa West, keeps Woodland lead 2/3

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