It’s a links collection full of good vibrations, from vibrant predictions to vibrant basketball players to vibrating Harley-Davidsons.
- So when you think of Milwaukee, do you think of a city that’s “poised for vibrancy?” Virginia Carlson, research director at the Milwaukee-based Public Policy Forum, says she does. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel profiles the homegrown business leader who recently returned home full time after spending much of her career commuting to high-profile jobs in Chicago.
- If you long for the days when basketball was played on a work of art, well, here’s your chance to score some new memories. The MECCA floor, that popular and pragmatic creation of artist Robert Indiana, is coming back to life for a one-night show. The floor is being exhibited Friday night at the U.S. Cellular Arena, and the $10 ticket price benefits the MECCA Exhibition Project. WTMJ-AM 620’s Doug Russell has audio interviews with the organizers, and Jenna Kashou’s milwaukeemag.com story includes photos of the organizers with pieces of the floor.
- And finally, when in Rome, ride a Harley-Davidson. And when you can’t get to Italy, do it in Rome, Wis. FOX6 has the story of some Harley-Davidson riders getting an early start on the 110th Anniversary party.