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  • Fan Favorites: Vegetarian Restaurants in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 11/7/2014

    When we wanted to write about the best vegetarian restaurants in the state, we took it to Facebook and asked our fans for their favorites. We got a lot of delicious suggestions from all over the state; here are some of the top spots you shared.

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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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  • Wisconsin’s Schoolhouse Destinations

    Last Updated: 9/8/2013

    Return to the classroom for all of the fun, with none of the homework. Across the state, Wisconsin’s historic schoolhouses have been transformed into A+ attractions. Read on for our picks for fun schoolhouse destinations, whether your favorite subject these days is shopping, eating, or history!

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  • Wisconsin Getaway Idea: New Glarus

    Last Updated: 6/13/2013

    In the rolling hills of southern Wisconsin, you’ll find a pretty little town where the Alpine-style buildings are adorned with flower-filled window boxes. The breeze might carry the sound of yodeling, or the scent of sausage smoking. You’re in New Glarus, America’s Little Switzerland.

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  • Raising a Mai Tai to Wisconsin’s Tiki Bars

    Last Updated: 5/23/2013

    Dreaming of warm weather and tiny-umbrella-clad cocktails? The tiki bar phenomenon is a fun, kitschy American take on tropical style. You can relax with exotic drinks among palm tress, volcanoes, hula girls, fish traps, torches, and wood carvings. Plenty a Wisconsin tiki bar can make those dreams come true.

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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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  • 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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  • And on That Farm, He Had a Wooly Mammoth

    Last Updated: 4/21/2013

    It’s 1964, and a man cutting a drainage ditch through Kenosha farmer Frank Schaefer’s field hits something. Something that knocks him clean off his feet.

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  • Unique Charms: Wisconsin’s Boutique Hotels

    Last Updated: 4/18/2013

    In Wisconsin, boutique means unique. We’ve rounded up some of Wisconsin’s favorite boutique hotels, so that whether you’re visiting from afar or looking for an escape that’s close to home, you can find the brand of “unique” that fits your perfect getaway.

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  • Wisconsin Getaway Ideas: Oshkosh

    Last Updated: 4/14/2013

    “Wisconsin’s Event City,” Oshkosh is home to over 1,000 events and festivals, including the famous EAA AirVenture and the Country USA music festival. The city on the western shore of Lake Winnebago also has more than its share of year-round fun. Check out our top picks for an Oshkosh weekend getaway, any time of year.

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