10 of the Best Supper Clubs in Wisconsin

Praise be to the Wisconsin Supper Club! Where a juicy steak or Friday night fish fry await and the (brandy) Old Fashioned is king! Lawrence Frank, a Milwaukee native, is credited with opening the first supper club in California in the 1930s,…

Do You Know Wisconsin's Conservation Legend?

Aldo Leopold is one of the most respected conservationists of the 20th century. He was one of the first foresters trained in the United States and a wildlife ecologist. He was a writer, especially later in his life, and a philosopher who thought…

IRONMAN WISCONSIN: Spectate the Right Way on Race Day

  Triathlon is a rapidly growing sport in the state of Wisconsin. Google will tell you that there are nearly 30 triathlon races in Wisconsin in the month of August alone. Every year new races pop and established ones fill quicker than…

9 Wisconsin Beaches to Visit This Summer

Summer in Wisconsin seems to be one of the most cherished and plan-packed seasons of the year. Sometimes, there’s just not enough of it. (I guess the same could be said about spring and fall, too.) To take advantage of the sunny weather…

Drive In to These 9 Outdoor Movie Theaters in Wisconsin!

Summer loving had me a blast! You are guaranteed to fall (back) in love with these beloved drive-in movie theaters. There are only nine of these unique hot spots in Wisconsin and I highly recommend you grab your own parking spot for a lovely…

Best Places To Get Handmade, Unique Soaps In Wisconsin

Wisconsin is known for dairy products such as cheese and milk, which is usually associated with our mouth-watering food. However, Wisconsin uses dairy products in more ways than just one. Handmade soaps in Wisconsin not only encompass many…
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11 Things To Do in Manitowoc & Two Rivers

When's the last time you made your way to Manitowoc and Two Rivers? Plan your trip now and enjoy 20 miles of spectacular Lake Michigan shoreline plus a plethora of exciting destinations and events. Here are a few of our favorite spots to discover…

24 Things To Do in Wisconsin...for FREE!

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  Let's be honest...we all enjoy free things. And, free, fun things are even better yet! There are umpteen ways to enjoy Wisconsin without breaking the bank. Here’s my quick list of just a few of the state’s top destinations where…

Flowers from Kathy’s 2nd Chance Plants

Yarn, Roving, and Fleece from Rush River Fiber

Tea of the Month Club from Urbal Tea

Guitar from Vesper Guitars

Candies from Cream City Caramels & Confections

Sunnyview Orchard Blush from Northleaf Winery

A beautiful cake from The Looking Glass Bakery

Rose Fragrance Oil from Aurora’s Apothecary

Sea Salt Caramel Coffee from Berres Brothers Coffee Roasters

Gardenia Goat Milk Soap from Lucy’s Soap

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