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  • Searching for Green in the Concrete Jungle

    Last Updated: 2/17/2011

    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: 2/15/2011

    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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  • Pets Welcome in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 2/10/2011

    Wisconsin’s hospitality extends to pets and the people traveling with them. Here are our insider tips on finding the best places to stay, visit and play with your pet.

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  • Come Fry With Me: The Wisconsin Fish Fry

    Last Updated: 2/8/2011

    The Friday night fish fry is a Wisconsin tradition. One state insider shares the history behind it – and better yet – the spots the locals go for this culinary favorite.

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  • Wisconsin's Best Sports Bars

    Last Updated: 1/27/2011

    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 Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help

    Last Updated: 1/10/2011

    In a small rural town 15 miles northeast of the hustle and bustle of Green Bay you’ll find yourself in a peaceful surrounding of dairy farms and fields. Then, on a small road in New Franken, you’ll come across a heavenly site... The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help.

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  • Wisconsin Winter Camping: A Snowy Delight

    Last Updated: 12/20/2010

    Winter camping may not be for everyone. But if you consider yourself a hardy soul who enjoys the snowy season and likes to get away from the maddening crowd, this recreational activity may be for you.

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  • The Seduction of Speed: Iceboating on Lake Geneva

    Last Updated: 12/16/2010

    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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  • Away for the Holidays

    Last Updated: 11/24/2010

    Maybe the best gift to seek this holiday season is an opportunity to temporarily escape the stress, fatigue, isolation or uncertainties of daily living. Consider the abundance of options Wisconsin has to offer.

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  • Skiing and Snowboarding Rock in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 11/16/2010

    Snowboarders and skiers from throughout the country are dreaming of cold temperatures, big snowstorms, doing tricks off terrain features and carving turns down freshly groomed slopes. And those snow lovers are in luck.

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