Monthly Archives: May 2014

Bitty Homes And Gardens

This Saturday and Sunday, Shake Rag Alley is hosting its 3rd Annual Tour of Fairy Homes. Stop by and check out this curious event, which draws hundreds of people from all over the Midwest. New this year are fairy gardens, … Continue reading

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Top 10 Cheese Eats

An embarrassment of riches… yes, it’s all in the cheesy goodness that is Mineral Point. TOP 10 CHEESE EATS AROUND TOWN: With a reputation that precedes them, the home made Mozzie Sticks at Tony’s Tap have lovers of fried cheese … Continue reading

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Photographic Memories and Mysteries

Over the weekend, former Wisconsin Governor Patrick Lucey died at the age of 96. He served as governor from 1971-77, Ambassador to Mexico and later ran as John Anderson’s Vice President in the 1980 Presidential Election. It caused us to … Continue reading

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Katie Burns: ‘All Grown Up Now’

Local musician Katie Burns returns to Brewery Pottery on Saturday, May 10, at 7 p.m. to celebrate the release of her second album, Throw the Flowers Down. In her new album Katie revisits themes she explored on her first CD, … Continue reading

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From Funky to Fine

Are you looking for a unique Mother’s Day gift?  What if you were able to give your mom a “priceless,” one-of-a kind, handmade piece of jewelry? Consider enrolling her in the upcoming Shake Rag Alley Beads and Bangles weekend. During … Continue reading

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