Pantry raid!Nov 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Unexpectedly delicious, creamy and freaky good for you! Seriously? You can see why our pantries are all in a tizzy over this whole nuts-in-a-jar thing.
From the EditorOct 9th, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
You have within you the power to accomplish more than you may even imagine, and each act you undertake undoubtedly has untold and unforeseen consequences.
Oct 8th, 2009 by Jeramey Jannene
Yesterday it was announced that prominent East Side development Park Lafayette is being foreclosed on by Anglamated Bank of New York, the primary lender on the project. Not surprising to those who have seen the massive towers, Anglamated Bank is claiming they are owed nearly $100 million by Renaissant Lafayette LLC, an affiliate of Renaissant Development Group. Renaissant Development Group is led by prominent Chicago developer Warren Barr. Park Lafayette was Barr's first entry into the Milwaukee market. While the foreclosure is certainly bad news for Barr and the bank, it's not necessarily all bad news for Milwaukee.
BoomerangOct 2nd, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Autumn brings with it fantastic smells, and new and familiar flavors and ingredients.
Urban AlmanacOct 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
This is a great time to listen for birds practicing their calls (and often failing miserably).
Oct 1st, 2009 by Liz Setterfield
Great. But would you be annoyed to find out that it came from a factory farm?
Simply HealthOct 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
It's a relief to know that a diagnosis of pre-diabetes does not mean you will get diabetes.
Baloney on WryOct 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
"I know that this moment … and this … are all we are assured of. For each, I am deeply and sincerely thankful."
Pantry RaidOct 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Rice is said to calm the nervous system and strengthen internal organs.
Oct 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Local book co-ops find success in the communities that help to sustain them.
Outpost ExchangeSep 30th, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
We are growing ever more concerned about our food, where it comes from and how it's made.
Pantry raidSep 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
If you think we like to cook, you should see us dance; it’s not just salt and pepper shakin’ in our kitchens! Our mad dance skills are perfectly complemented by all things local, too. Check out Local Live on WMSE every Tuesday night from 8-9 on the Midnight Radio show.