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  • Wisconsin Boutique Shopping

    Last Updated: 11/29/2011

    Tired of the same old shopping experience at your local mall or big-box store? This holiday season hit the road to experience Wisconsin's unique, eclectic, high-end and absolutely amazing boutique shopping destinations.

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  • Explore Milwaukee

    Last Updated: 9/29/2011

    Whether you’re in Milwaukee to root for the Brewers or the opposing team, this city offers visitors a wide variety of things to do and see. So make your trip count by checking out these “must visit” places.

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  • Explore Lake Geneva

    Last Updated: 9/6/2011

    This resort city on the lake offers gorgeous scenery, exciting activities and culinary discoveries for a unique escape.

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  • Five Towns Terrific for Fall

    Last Updated: 8/30/2011

    From cranberries to Dracula, wine to ATV-ing, these five Wisconsin towns are celebrating fall in a big way. These are five towns you are not going to want to miss out on this fall.

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  • Fall Into Cable

    Last Updated: 8/30/2011

    Learn all about one of Wisconsin’s hidden gems – Cable, WI including gorgeous fall color, rich history and delicious dining.

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  • Door County’s Haunted Lighthouses

    Last Updated: 5/13/2011

    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 that peninsula’s lighthouses are said to be haunted.

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  • March Madness in Madison

    Last Updated: 3/1/2011

    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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  • 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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  • Bayfield Apple Fest Goes Red…and Green

    Last Updated: 8/18/2010

    Bayfield’s annual homage to this humblest of fruits also celebrates the joys of eating, traveling and living green.

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  • Mineral Point: Where Wisconsin Began

    Last Updated: 7/7/2010

    Lying amid the mineral-rich coulees of the Driftless area in the southwestern corner of the state, Mineral Point has been dubbed the “place where Wisconsin began.”

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