Things to anticipate.
By John Fennell
The sounding board makes some noise.
Art, music, theater, Scandinavia. Scandinavia?
Edited by Charlene Mills
Three aspiring Latinos, a Milwaukee band (what’s that?) and a lummox, plain and simple.
Edited by Natalie Dorman
How sewer problems have stunk up the JS newsroom.
By Peter Robertson
Q & A
Talking about savory kitchen smells.
By Wendy Huber-Wichelt
Sweets for the sweet, a bar named Circle A, a pretty school fence….
Edited by Ann Christenson
Cool escapes that aren’t far away.
By Mario Quadracci
The comforts of friend food and a bar where you can get whatever you want – for a price.
By Ann Christenson
The zap that stops sudden cardiac death.
By Carolyn B. Alfvin
Oh, the places you’ll go – if you check out our ever-expanding restaurant listings.
Ulice Payne, Ben Barkin, Herb Kohl. Mind if we name-drop?
By Bruce Murphy
On the Cover
Photograph by Kevin J. Miyazaki at Tim and Leslie Dixon’s home.
The Perfect Party
“Perfect” is subjective, sure. But certain hosts have skills the party-challenged don’t. Be a fly on the wall while we see who’s lighting up the social circuit and how they’re doing it.
By Julie Mautner
I am a Child Molester
Randy Kellner is a sex offender. He’s spent time behind bars for his offenses – longer than expected because of a new law called 980. Will it make people like Kellner model citizens?
By Pegi Taylor
Ever use Dr. Bronner’s Magic Soaps? Ralph, who co-runs the “cruelty-free,” hippie-lovin’ soap company founded by his pop, has a million colorful stories to tell about hemp oil and Lord knows what else.
By Kurt Chandler