One hundred years ago our Milwaukee River was a recreation destination – complete with swimming beaches, water slides, ice hockey in the winter, and summer cruises upstream to beer gardens and amusement parks. Fifty years ago the same river was an economic engine for the region, a commodity producer for the world, and a dammed […]
Archive | March, 2010
by Jessica Wineberg Binder and Kevin Luecke Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin To many, crocuses and other flowersare the first sign of spring. To Jacob Newborn of the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin, more crowded bike lanes indicate that winter is over.
Aaron Rasmussen, General Manager, Chris Kreidl, Service Shop Mangager, John Hines, Assistant Manger in the spacious new Dream Bikes store on MLK Dr.
Walk for Water Sunday April 18, Gordon Park (2800 block of Humboldt Blvd) on the Milwaukee River Register 1pm – 3pm ~ Approximately a 2 mile hike FREE!
“Don’t Quit Your Day Job” • Local Farming Needs Infrastructure Support •by Suzanne Zipperer There’s a lot of talk about local food production. We need to move from a global food system with marginal profits for farmers and retailers both, to a new system that guarantees consumers the volume and assortment of food they want, all […]