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While filming in Kenosha last summer, our crew discovered this city is all about unexpected fun. But that's not all we learned. The locals taught us a few things about "K-Town," too... It hasn't always been "Kenosha." The Potawotomi first…
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“You must travel an awful lot!” That’s what most of our viewers say upon meeting us in person, and they’re absolutely right. Buckle up and join us during a month on the road with Discover Wisconsin.
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A German History of Wisconsin Compelled to leave their homeland due to crop failures and periodic epidemics, German immigrants settled the rich prairies and wooded lands of Wisconsin. The abundance of cheap farmland and a similar climate…
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It’s Friday afternoon in a typical Wisconsin workplace, and you and your co-workers are discussing weekend plans. Someone says they’re going “up north,” and immediately, everyone has a general sense of what that means. It doesn’t matter…
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This month marks not only the premiere of our 400th episode (Ahem...watch "A Northwoods Neighborhood" this weekend. Check our broadcast guide.) but it also marks Discover Wisconsin's 28th birthday! (*Sigh* We don't feel a day over 20...) What…
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Wisconsin families love a good tradition. For many it’s the annual pilgrimage to Deer Camp. Or it’s opening day tailgating at Miller Park. Traditions abound in this state—especially around the holidays—which is why this year, I decided…
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Our crew has been daydreaming about Wausau ever since we started filming our latest episode in central Wisconsin's Winter Wonderland. In light of our fondness for the area, we're revealing our list of the top 10 things we betcha didn't know about Wisconsin's "Best Place to Play in the Snow."
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2014 marks the 100th anniversary of Cheese Days. We're celebrating a little early with 100 facts about this signature Wisconsin event, Green County and Swiss Heritage.
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We’re returning to the time of stagecoach travel in a community where Yankee refinement met the Wisconsin wilderness. Here’s David Simmons, Site Director for Wade House in Greenbush, Wis.: Tell us about Wade House. Why is this historic site special?