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Miramar Open Mic Host Has Underground Life

by Jean Scherwenka Folk singer and guitarist Sandy Weisto and her three-woman band Sweet Diversity released their second CD, “They Get That Way Underground,” on October 14. Band members Weisto, Carrie Sanders, and Ann Elizabeth- Nagel are known for their acappella singing, as well as their guitar, piano, and percussion. The new release, their second […]

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Hotch-A-Do: A Family Affair

Story and photos by Laura Richard David Storm would be very proud of his children. On November 10, 2006 from 5 to 10 pm, his second oldest, Angie, is honoring his memory with a fundraiser for the Wisconsin Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society at the grand opening of her new restaurant, Hotch-A-Do, an […]

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Harambee Connection

Stories and pictures by Charlesetta Thompson Martin Luther King Elementary School Celebrates Grandparents’ Day Grandparents visited classrooms, had lunch and took pictures with their grandchildren on Thursday, September 27. The children serenaded those in attendance with a very entertaining program. The highlight of the visit was the school’s world class computer lab, which has teleconference […]

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Garden of the Month

by Jackie Reid Dettloff This month’s garden is a tiny jewel. Pat Buckett’s front yard at 3053 North Pierce St. is a miniature work of art. Five years ago when Pat moved here from Wauwatosa, she inherited a steeply-sloped yard with grass and a clump of day lilies. What she wanted for herself was a […]

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Brady Street News

by Tim Lambrecht The weather on October 2 was perfect, which led to a large turnout for the Brady Street’s Doggie Parade and Pet Blessing. The parade of dogs, and a few other pets, many in costumes, started out on Brady Street and ended up in front of St. Rita’s Church for Fr. Tim’s blessing… […]

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