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what else (alternatives)

Musical cup of comfort
By Ashley Voss
Bremen Cafe hidden entertainment gemm of Milwaukee's Riverwest

Museum Throwdown
By Joe Hasler
Head under the big top, don't pass the mustard; Wisconsin historical collections face off

Calling all gym-phobics
By Stephanie Lehrman
Don't fancy dumbells and treadmills? Try getting your fitness fix with these alternatives


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what if (fulfillment)

Hyden speak
By Anna Becklund
How a sassy columnist went from the Fox River to the big time

Born for a reason
By Felicia Hudson
Hip Hop group Figureheads perform with purpose

Training to race and fighting to live
By Anna Schroeder
Lisa Drew beat cancer and trained for a triathalon while she was at it.

Pure pleasure
By Jenna Sachs
Passion Parties spice up relationships with sensual products for him and her

what's next (life change)

New face of farming
By Erica Janik
Don't tell Kristin Kordet there's no future in agriculture

Under new management
By Molly Greer
A longtime Wisconsin favorite gets a facelift from new owners

A two-wheeled existance
By Joe Hasler
Jon Kendziera combined a background in mechanics with a love for bikes to become one of the hottest bike builders in the country

Homegrown hero
By Laura Kalinowski
Kimberly native Mike Verstegen traded pro gridiron glory for a storybook life closer to his Wisconsin roots

Get a roll on
By Margo Broeren
A roller derby revival touches down in the capital city

what's up (climate)

Hudson splits its seams
By Amanda Buhman
Why everyone wants to live in a small town--until the small town gets big

An a-maize-ing energy alternative
By Laura-Claire Corson
Corn comes off the cob and into your fuel tank

Got grapes?
By Kelly Doyle
Meet two Wisconsin residents who have entered the international wine scene without leaving the state

The story of one man, the face of two million
By Clarissa Driban
Wrongly convicted in 1973, Maurice Carter passed decades confined to a prison cell--nearly 29 years later, the Wisconsin Innocence Project helped set him free

Welcome to Hollywood, Wisconsin
By Laura Ferguson
New bill creates incentives for filmmakers to capture life and scenery in the Dairy State

Ahead of the curve
By Anne Shapiro
Learning Laboratory Institute broadens educational horizons for Milwaukee youth

what now (lifestyle)

Fantasy becomes virtual reality
By Dave McGrath has ridden the wave of fantasy football, watching the sport they helped nurture explode nationally

Bargain taste of Chicago
By Ashley Voss
Empty nesters and young professionals finding condos to call home in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward

Professional help
By Matt Lewis
Former refugee part of search to improve aid

May dating rest in peace
By Paige Paulson
Why post-college singles are choosing hook-ups over saying 'I do'

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