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April 1997
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April 1997

Volume 22

Number 4

 

Features

How They Do It

What’s done is done. But how? We asked local people from prominent and less conspicuous circles to share their modus operandi – for things like writing a novel or smoking a cigar. Here’s what they said.

By The Editors

 

A Question of Style

Who is Mequon Mayor James Moriarty and why does this vocal advocate of slow growth rub so many people the wrong way?

By Jennifer L. Irsfeld

 

Camp Classics

It’s almost summer vacation. Do you know where your kids are? They could be at one of the top 20 in-state camps we’ve profiled, eating s’mores and catching muskies.

Edited by Stephen Filmanowicz

 

At Home: Spring

The Victorians knew how to plot a garden so well that today’s designers are putting age-old techniques to use in modern spaces.

By Mary Alice Koehne

 

Departments

Outfront

Stop here before you pass go.

By John Fennell

 

Letters

Our turn to be scrutinized.

 

The Insider

An agency in arrears, funds in the funk, cops in new duds.

Edited by Stephen Filmanowicz

 

Pressroom Confidential

Pressure tactics and prolific freelancers.

By Peter Robertson

 

City Slants

A man who tells a good story and a couple that build UFOs.

Edited by Bruce Murphy

 

Dining Etcetera

Two Sicilian émigrés who cook like mama.

By Ann Christenson

 

Endgame

Wisconsin’s new school aid formula helps the rich by taking from the poor.

By Bruce Murphy

 

On the Cover

Photograph by Chris Corsmeier.





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