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Greek Fest Plus Celebrates Food, Community & Heritage

On Madison’s near east side, the final weekend in July is rung in with bouzouki music and baklava-fueled joy. Assumption ...

“Wave Parties” Bid Goodbye To Summer, Tourists

As summer comes to an end, tourists begin to leave Wisconsin’s northwoods. Every year on Labor Day, people line Highway ...

Canning The Delights Of Summer

The detritus of a beach day lies strewn about me like so many artifacts, jutting half in and half out ...

Mexican Couple Grow Corn, Make Authentic Tortillas

Angel Flores grew up on a farm in Mexico with the familiar smell of home cooked tortillas wafting through the ...

Crandon Hosts Third Generation Builders Of Trolleys Buses

Trolleys are fun. Kristina Pence-Dunow understands that. “It's an American history for one thing. Trolleys are an iconic form of ...

Motorcycle Gang Holds Bi-Annual Bike Showcase In Pine Bluff

Pine Bluff, ten miles west of Madison, is a typical rural Wisconsin community. It has a church, a couple of ...

Young Farmers Grow and Sell Produce in Sherman Park

On a recent hot and sunny afternoon on the north side of Milwaukee, about half a dozen Young Farmers are ...

How Two Rivers Invented The Ice Cream Sundae

Wisconsin is home to many firsts. The first blender, the first typewriter, and even malted milk was developed and introduced ...

Grandmother Recalled In The Earthy Smell Of Beets

Araceli Esparza’s grandmother picked vegetables for canning factories in Wisconsin. Among the vegetables she picked were beets, which stained her ...

Cream Puffs And Corn Dogs: A History Of The Wisconsin State Fair

People are flocking from across the state to West Allis this week for the Wisconsin State Fair. The best in ...

Wood Tick Races: A Smashing Time

When most people hear the words “wood tick”, they usually run in the other direction.  But there’s a place in ...

Oneida Man And His Mobile Farmers Market Grows, Sells Native American-Produced Goods

For Dan Cornelius, food has always been an important influence in his life. As a member of the Oneida Nation, ...

Princeton Flea Market: 4:00 AM

On any given weekend, bargain hunters, treasure seekers, and curious consumers are lured into one of the many flea markets in ...

Volunteers Make Lake Michigan Trail Bloom

Mariners Trail is a public recreational path that runs between Manitowoc and Two Rivers. The five and a half miles ...

Milwaukee’s Long History of Cultural Festivals

Festival season unofficially kicks off in Milwaukee this weekend. Thousands of people will flock to the Henry Maier Festival Park ...