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June 2006 Volume 31 Number 6   Departments Outfront A guide, our 16th, to the cream of Cream City. By Bruce Murphy   Events To call this “Info Central” is no understatement. It’s the resource for planning summer fun.   Insider Custard Culture Simple, lickable fun. By Katie Pelech   Sex in the City People […]

June 2006

Volume 31

Number 6

 

Departments

Outfront

A guide, our 16th, to the cream of Cream City.

By Bruce Murphy

 

Events

To call this “Info Central” is no understatement. It’s the resource for planning summer fun.

 

Insider

Custard Culture

Simple, lickable fun.

By Katie Pelech

 

Sex in the City

People are really doing that where?

By Kurt Chandler

 

Gossip

Read it and spread it.

 

Summer Reading

Ten books you should have in your beachbag.

By Ann Christenson

 

Column: Health

Three months of free or low-cost classes, therapies and screenings.

By Scott R. Weinberger

 

Dining Guide

Easier than lugging the Yellow Pages with you.

 

Endgame

Milwaukee has cool attractions everyone’s gotta experience.

In theory, anyway.

By Rick Horowitz

 

Features

City Stories

The Regulars

By Tom Bamberger

 

Under the Viaduct

By John Koethe

 

The Immigrants

By Kurt Chandler

 

Mall Walkers

By Mario Quadracci

 

Ultimate Guide to Shopping

Love retail? Have we got the guide – 150 stores wide – for you.

By Colleen Heather Rogan

 

Photo Essay: The New City

As our Downtown grows, so do the opportunities to seize its remarkable revisions.

By Pete DiAntoni

 

Where the Wild Things Are

Put Monsters Inc. on pause and ditch the Game Boy. “Fun with kids” has a new definition.

By Paul Kosidowski

 

Door County Dreams

The promised land. We’re gonna let these enamored vacationers tell you about it.

By Frank Bures

 

Mixed Drinks

Opt for a twist of diversity in your cocktail at these integrated local bars and nightclubs.

By Vinnie Holly

 

Last of the Jukes

Remember when you’d slip a coin in a behemoth of a music machine and a song that made your hearts swell would pump out? Relive the nostalgia.

By Jim Hazard

 

Love Between Slices

Magical things happen when you put a little (or a lotta) somethin’ between two slices of bread.

By Ann Christenson

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