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  • Pabst and Milwaukee Becoming Synonymous Again

    Last Updated: 4/4/2013

    As the fortunes of the Pabst Beer brand declined, so did the site of the former brewery. Abandoned for a decade, it was not until 2006, when Milwaukee philanthropist Joseph Zilber set out to create an entire community at the Pabst complex, one built with sustainable building practices, which would save and repurpose as many of the historic buildings as possible.

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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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  • Win a Wisconsin Skiing Getaway to Granite Peak

    Last Updated: 12/19/2012

    How would you like to spend your season at one of Wisconsin’s premier skiing destinations without spending a cent? Granite Peak in Wausau boasts 75 runs over 400 acres, and the Midwest’s longest and highest ski lift. And with the Wisconsin Skiing Sweepstakes from Travel Wisconsin and our friends at Discover Wisconsin, you can scope out the slopes for yourself.

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  • Fan Favorites: Wisconsin Sports Bars

    Last Updated: 11/30/2012

    The beer’s always flowing, the food’s always filling, and you can bet your bottom dollar the TVs are tuned to the big game. If you can’t snag tickets for your favorite team, a sports bar is the next best thing and Wisconsin boasts some of the largest and liveliest in the country.

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  • Tempt Your Taste Buds: Wisconsin Dessert Trail

    Last Updated: 11/20/2012

    With award-winning bakeries, ice creameries and chocolatiers across the state, we’ve got a lot to be thankful for! What better way to explore them all than with a food tour? If you love sweets as much as we do, then this dessert trail is for you.

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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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  • Packers Dream Draft Sweepstakes Winner Announcement

    Last Updated: 11/15/2012

    Never question the dedication of Packers nation. We’re not just talking about the 16,826 entries that flooded in from all 50 states for our Dream Draft Sweepstakes. We’re referring to our Grand Prize winner: The very enthusiastic, very pregnant Nikki L. from South Dakota.

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  • Rest, Relax and Rejuvenate at a Wisconsin Spa

    Last Updated: 11/15/2012

    Take a deep breath. Close your eyes, and imagine calming music in the distance. Smell the vanilla, and lavender candles wafting your way. And feel your troubles, like the candles, melt away.

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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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