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New Details about Scott Walkers John Doe Investigation Emerge in Censored Court Documents By Lisa KaiserCiting the secrecy of the John Doe investigation, the state Supreme Court decided to cancel oral arguments that had been scheduled for April 17 and 20 and allow the eight plaintiffs to remain anonymous. Instead, the justices will decide the
Shepherd-Express | May 21, 2015 05:00 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend article from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Marijuana Ordinance Still in Play By Lisa KaiserTo alleviate concerns about a too-low penalty, Alderman Nik Kovac raised it to up to $50 and took it to the full council. Combined with court costs, Kovac estimated that those cited for possessing less than 25 grams of cannabis in Milwaukeew
Shepherd-Express | May 21, 2015 05:00 AM [GMT] | comment? | recommend article from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The Republican Plan for Other Peoples Schools By Joel McNallyRegardless of what anyone thinks of Abele, whos elected not just by city voters but also by suburban voters, many of whom have nothing but contempt for city schools and the children who attend them, there is no conceivable logic to giving A
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Issue Of The Week If Gov. Scott Walker were the chairman of the board of a multimillion-dollar company, hed have been fired by now for his failure to be a good steward of his investors money.
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Heroes of the Week Launched in 2014 by Coors Light, the Full Court Refresh program helps restore local basketball courts in cities across the country. Last year, four cities received court upgrades and this year, eight cities were part of the program, including Milwaukee fo
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From Pasta To Pizza FROM PASTA TO PIZZABy LACEY MUSZYNKSIAs youd expect, the menus focus is pasta. Dishes range from traditional walnut basil pesto ($11) to arrabiata The menu also includes a long list of starters with Scardina chorizo and shrimp in a spicy and salads. A num
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Coffee And More On East Wisconsin COFFEE AND MORE ON EAST WISCONSINBy LACEY MUSZYNKSIA large space occupying the corner of Jackson and Wisconsin, near the Federal Building, the Pfister and U.S. Bank, 600 East Caf (600 E. Wisconsin Ave.) is an attractively rehabbed space.
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Jens Sweetens up Packard Avenue Jens Sweetens up Packard AvenueBy SHEILA JULSONAfter Lopez Bakery closed its Packard Avenue location, Cudahys main drag has suffered for several years without a retail bakery. Luckily, baker Jennifer Clark stepped in to fill the void and opened Jens Sweet
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Beethovens Fifth at the MSO Beethovens Fifth at the MSOBy Steve SpiceLudwig van Beethovens Fifth Symphony is an angry work, heralded as a cry for freedom in the heroic mode. The unforgettable four-note beginning identifies what may well be the most famous symphony ever written.
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This Week In Milwaukee THIS WEEK IN MILWAUKEEAt the risk of perpetuating a silly stereotype, well offer the preface that not all musicians from Australia play the didgeridoo, but Xavier Rudd happens to. Then again, this Australian roots rock musician plays all sorts of instrume
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