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February 2014

A Full Life Lived
How do we fittingly describe our late matriarch Betty Quadracci's impact on the community, publishing, us? Hand the podium over to friends and family, colleagues and power players.
Top Dentists
The cream of the crop in seven categories, plus many other nuggets of pearly white wisdom.

Making Waves
Business exec Rich Meeusen doesn't hang in the weeds. He's out there treading on shrubs to further the goals of the Milwaukee Water Council. Thorns, be damned.

The Art of Antiquities
How do you live with cool, old, antiquey stuff? Weave in a modern backdrop, fabrics and window treatments included, and voila.

While You Were Sleeping
Bad things might be happening. Sleep apnea's close kinship with stroke, high blood pressure, even early death.

Moving Target
The quest to end sexual abuse in prisons is either chasing a paper tiger -- or fighting an uphill battle.

Love Stinks
Rising fees, declining rates of wedlock. Our brief review of matrimony in the metro area will break your heart.

Russian Roulette
Round and round, the speedskaters go. Where they stop, nobody knows. 

More Manure, More Problems
Factory farms are on the rise, along with the waste they produce.

TV News is a Phony Wasteland to the Digital Generation
A new voice picks up a familiar beat.

Leather Weather
Kick some proverbial butt in these black boots.

I'll Take Manhattan, and Milwaukee
A returning native finds riches beyond beer, brats and cheese curds. 

A New Project
Miranda Levy made a national name for herself on "Project Runway." Now, she's back to win over Milwaukee

Churned Memories
Our publisher's untimely passing puts me in a burger -- Solly's burger -- frame of mind.

Morning After
May the wind be ever at your back, and your stomach never a stranger from a good pub brunch.

Chefrigerator: Cameryne Roberts
Opening up her stainless steel, double-door icebox is Cameryne Roberts, co-owner of Bay View's LuLu Cafe & Bar and North Avenue's Juniper 61.
Point of View

Lyle Balistreri
Union boss Lyle Balistreri was always ready to rumble when negotiating for tradesmen. But as he retires, he admits confrontation is doomed to fail.
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