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  • Door County’s Haunted Lighthouses

    Last Updated: 7/9/2014

    Usually it’s just the sound of a house settling, or perhaps a raccoon or squirrel in the attic. But in Door County, three of the peninsula’s lighthouses are said to be haunted.

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  • 5 Cities for Spring

    Last Updated: 3/24/2015

    Blooming flowers, migrating birds, splashing waterfalls, even a 100-mile garage sale – these are just a few reasons why you should visit one of these five destinations this spring.

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  • March Madness in Madison

    Last Updated: 10/22/2014

    If you’re heading to Madison for the State high school tournaments, you should at least have a list of local options in your pocket.

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  • Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 1/2/2014

    Wear your green (and gold, if you want) Wisconsin-style to this line-up of St. Patrick’s Day parades and authentic Irish pubs.

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  • Wisconsin Food & Wine Festivals

    Last Updated: 9/6/2014

    Wisconsin’s wineries, restaurants and chefs team up to bring the ultimate food experiences. Many of the top festivals and events take place in the fall when grapes are harvested.

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  • Searching for Green in the Concrete Jungle

    Last Updated: 12/10/2014

    You may not think urban can be green but think again because many businesses, hotels and attractions in Wisconsin’s city centers are employing sustainable practices, local foods, energy efficient equipment and more.

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  • Paintball to Ping-Pong: Indoor Activities Beyond the Indoor Waterpark

    Last Updated: 1/3/2015

    Paintball, ping-pong, archery and arcades; think outside the box of indoor waterparks to keep the fun fresh when you can’t get outside.

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  • Wisconsin's Best Sports Bars

    Last Updated: 3/10/2015

    As one might expect in a state where church services get moved to accommodate the Packer schedule and pre-game tailgate parties are considered an art form, Wisconsin boasts some of the largest and liveliest sports bars in the country.

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  • The Seduction of Speed: Iceboating on Lake Geneva

    Last Updated: 10/22/2014

    Known as the iceboating capital of the world, Lake Geneva sits in the Ice Belt – a band that wraps around the earth between the 40th and 50th parallels. Temperatures along the belt are cold enough to freeze bodies of water, but temperate enough not to produce piles of snow.

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  • Big Shopping in Small Towns

    Last Updated: 11/25/2014

    Some cities feel pretty much the same because of their similarities in retail offerings, but that’s less the case in small towns where merchants think creatively and a strong sense of community identity reigns.

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