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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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  • Wisconsin Architecture’s Unique Appeal

    Last Updated: 3/21/2013

    Wisconsin is known nationally for its state parks, lakes, and rolling hills. But the state’s man-made beauty is just as fascinating. From grandiose to off-the-wall, Wisconsin architecture has something to capture every visitor’s interest. Here’s a sampling of our favorites!

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  • The Luck of the Draw: Wisconsin Casinos

    Last Updated: 3/19/2013

    Step into a Wisconsin casino and the atmosphere is magic. The bright lights, the sounds, the excitement that spreads across game floor – there’s nothing like it. With 23 million visits each year, Wisconsin casinos are some of the hottest spots in the state. But what makes ours unique is that our 28 casinos are owned by 11 Wisconsin American Indian Tribes. If you love rolling the dice as much as we do, don’t leave these places off your list.

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  • Fan Favorites: Wisconsin Indoor Activities

    Last Updated: 2/18/2013

    Getting out doesn't have to mean staying outside. Wisconsin has an endless supply of fun indoor activities. From historic theaters to downtown galleries, our Facebook fans and Twitter followers put in heir two cents. If you’re getting cabin fever, check out some of these suggestions:

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  • Fan Favorites: Best Soup and Chili in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 1/28/2013

    Nothing warms the body and soul like a hot bowl or hearty cup of chili midwinter. And our Facebook fans couldn’t agree more. When we asked them which restaurant serves the best bowl, answers spanned the state.

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  • Wisconsin’s Off-The-Beaten-Track Destinations Part Two

    Last Updated: 1/25/2013

    If you’ve never tasted a Door County fish boil, biked through a mile-long pitch dark tunnel, or visited a mustard museum, this list is for you. Wisconsin’s off-the-beaten-track destinations offer delicious food, fun outdoor sports and fascinating history. Here are some personal favorites from the law firm of DeWitt Ross & Stevens and friends.

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  • Where to Stay: B&B’s in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 1/24/2013

    There’s no better time to trek out to a cozy oasis than in the still of winter — especially with Valentine’s Day right around the corner. Not only are Wisconsin’s bed and breakfasts less crowded this time of year, but there’s no better place to watch the snow fall as you sip on a steaming mug of hot cocoa or coffee and leave the rest of the world behind.

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  • Wisconsin's Native American Hidden Gems

    Last Updated: 11/18/2012

    Drums pound, feet stomp and colors swirl. Wisconsin’s rich Native American culture is matched only by the beauty of its stunningly preserved tribal lands and waters.

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  • Around the World at the West Allis Holiday Folk Fair

    Last Updated: 11/6/2012

    Experience a whole world of culture in one place, in one day. (Or three days, if you’d like.) This year’s Holiday Folk Fair International in West Allis is November 16th through the 18th. The country’s premier cultural festival has it all: Music. Dance. Food. Arts. Explore the customs and traditions of a variety of cultures, taste regional cuisine, and enjoy art and entertainment from across the globe at this family friendly festival.

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  • Wisconsin Coffee Shops: Make it a Day Trip

    Last Updated: 11/1/2012

    There’s nothing like a good cup of coffee during Wisconsin’s chilly months. We've put together some of our favorite coffee shops and cafes in the state so you can stay energized as you check out all the activities and attractions nearby!

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