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  • Best Bets for October Fests

    Last Updated: 10/4/2013

    Wisconsin’s festival calendar is full of fun, year-round. This October, it features everything from fermentation to film. We’ve rounded up some of the best bets for big fun, so get out there, enjoy the fall colors, and celebrate with us.

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  • Adventure Abounds on Apostle Islands Sailing Trip

    Last Updated: 7/11/2013

    Brian Clark remembers his family's adventures sailing around the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, hiking in Frog Bay Tribal National Park, and touring the Raspberry Island Lighthouse.

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  • 10 Things Wisconsinites Don't Know About Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 6/8/2013

    Whether you’re a lifelong cheesehead or a weekend visitor, trust us, you have a lot left to discover when it comes to the wonders of Wisconsin. Let us give you a head start, with 10 amazing Wisconsin facts to add to your list.

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  • Places of ‘Superior’ History

    Last Updated: 6/6/2013

    Traces of the Chequamegon Bay region’s rich past are evident in the craftsmanship of Bayfield’s enduring hillside mansions and in the names of the city’s founding figures still visible in the sandstone blocks on historic downtown buildings. But beyond such incidental evidence there are a number of places dedicated to the important work of preserving stories of the past.

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  • Wisconsin Getaway Ideas: Exploring Wisconsin’s Great River Road in Summer

    Last Updated: 5/16/2013

    It starts in Prescott and flows south through Kieler. While the Mississippi River stretches far beyond the state line, Wisconsin’s Great River Road covers 250 miles and 33 charming river towns. Tackle the route for a road trip and you’ll encounter some of the state’s best hiking, biking, and bird watching, along with quaint farm-towns, museums, and more.

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  • Discovering Wisconsin’s History: Burial Mounds

    Last Updated: 5/14/2013

    Between 800 BC and 1200 AD, Native Americans built over fifteen thousand burial mounds in Wisconsin. That’s more than anywhere else on the continent.

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  • The A-Z of Wisconsin Cheese Curds

    Last Updated: 5/7/2013

    Yellow or white, fried or fresh, seasoned or plain, but always a tasty treat. Wisconsin Cheese curds are usually made from fresh cheddar, mozzarella, or Colby, and yes, they really do squeak when you eat them!

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  • Indulging Mom: Mother’s Day Ideas Across Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 5/6/2013

    Whether it’s treating Mom to an extra mimosa at brunch, or taking her to a concert in a beautiful flower garden, we’ve got your plans covered for Mother's Day.

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  • The Roads to Wellness: Wisconsin Hiking Trails

    Last Updated: 4/28/2013

    Wisconsin’s hiking trails can lead you to places of amazing hidden beauty. They can also lead you to new levels of wellness, giving you a physical workout along with the chance to clear your mind and get away from it all. Why kill time on a treadmill when you can get a great workout in the great outdoors? We’ve rounded up some of Wisconsin’s tougher trails, so even if you’re fit as a fiddle, these should be a fun challenge.

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  • Find a Warm Welcome at Wisconsin's Pow-Wows

    Last Updated: 4/23/2013

    Have you ever heard of a Native American pow-wow, but weren’t quite sure what it was? Maybe you’ve wondered if you can visit a pow-wow, or if it’s a sacred ceremony not open to the public. Read on for a few things you need to know about Native American pow-wows in Wisconsin.

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