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Archive | December 2003

A View from the Future: How We Changed the World

by Jan Christensen In the end, the Resistance was known for one thing — they simply would not participate. Not in the 24-hour economy, the 60-hour work week, the flag-waving parades, the media manias, the permanent fear, the cheers for the troops. And then there was their mark, of course. It crept into daily life, […]

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David Riemer for County Executive Fundraiser

David Riemer for County Executive Show your support! Monday, Dec. 1 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Long Wong’s 5230 W. Bluemound Rd. Have a beer, have a snack. Help preserve parks, transit, and Milwaukee County. All contributions gratefully accepted. Paid for by Riemer for County Executive, David C. Swanson, Treasurer, Box 511147, Milwaukee WI […]

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December

Thru December 7 CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Jane and Donald Doud’s collection of work by Wisconsin artists. Thru December 11 UWM UNION ART GALLERY: Fourth Annual Juried Show. 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd. December 5-december 20 UWM INOVA GALLERY THREE: Fall Thesis Exhibition. 2400 E. Kenwood Blvd. December 14-JANUARY 25 CHARLES ALLIS ART MUSEUM: Ruth Grotenrath’s […]

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Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits

by Jeff Johnson High school theatre productions provide the seasoned theatre-goer with the opportunity to observe fledgling actors in their inaugural roles. Occasionally a deeper talent will reveal itself for the first time under such a proscenium. Such was the case with the recent performance of Shakespeare’s Greatest Hits by William Shakespeare at Riverside University […]

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Health, Nutrition, and Weight

by Kanika Ward, Life Science Practitioner and Natural Health Consultant The answer to the state of your health lies within what you eat. More than 85% of all women have the “orange peel” look, also known as cellulite. Over half of all Americans are overweight. Our lifestyles have made us accustomed to eating fast foods. […]

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