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May 2007 Volume 32 Issue 5 Features New Kids in Town What’s here and what’s hot right now.  In our annual dining feature, we look at 25 new restaurants – casual ethnics, stylish high-enders and those seductive upscale chains. By Ann Christenson   Big Money Everybody knows you can save big money at Menards.  But […]

May 2007

Volume 32

Issue 5


Features

New Kids in Town

What’s here and what’s hot right now.  In our annual dining feature, we look at 25 new restaurants – casual ethnics, stylish high-enders and those seductive upscale chains.

By Ann Christenson

 

Big Money

Everybody knows you can save big money at Menards.  But the story of founder and CEO John Menard is a much hazier topic.  Learn what it took for the 67-year-old entrepreneur and auto racing enthusiast to make Forbes’ list of the world’s billionaires.

By Mary Van de Kamp Nohl

 

Best Schools

The most well-to-do districts don’t necessarily have the best schools.  Read about the surpring high- and low-performing districts in the area.

By Matthew Hrodey

 

Departments

Outfront

Stories that get you thinking.

By Bruce Murphy

 

Mail

Feedback is a beautiful thing.

 

Events

A queen worth rockabillions, emotionally loaded images, Wild Space in a wild space.

 

Insider

Is Northwestern Mutual committing mayhem? Also: the city’s literary lushness and an underground Nazi.

First Person

Band of Brothers

 

Pressroom

The Journal Sentinel’s high-profile hire.

 

Reviews

African coffee, Irish moonshine, Carlos Santana’s guitar.

 

The Mil

Notable names.

 

Savvy City

Style

Made in the shade.

 

Where to Shop

From pampered pups to pretty painted purses.

 

Real Estate

The top returns on your remodeling investment.

 

Health

Sports medicine gurus now say activity, not rest, may be the best way to heal an injury.

By Stefanie Ramp

 

Travel

Minneapolis has 57 museums. Weekend of culture, anyone?

By Mario Quadracci

 

Theatre

What UW-Milwaukee’s changes to its theater program could mean for Milwaukee.

By Paul Kosidowski

 

Dining

Like a good friend, this handy resource will get you out of many a restaurant jam. Need a fish fry, brunch, steak joint or plate of pad thai?

 

Endgame

Wake up and smell The Onion. How the satirical weekly newspaper blurred the line between real and fake.

By Bruce Murphy

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Outfront Stories that get you thinking. Mail Feedback is a beautiful thing. Events A queen worth rockabillions, emotionally loaded images, Wild Space in a wild space. Insider Is Northwestern Mutual committing mayhem? Also: the city’s literary lushness and an underground Nazi. First Person Band of Brothers. Pressroom The Journal Sentinel’s high-profile hire. Reviews African coffee, […]

Outfront Stories that get you thinking.
Mail Feedback is a beautiful thing.
Events A queen worth rockabillions, emotionally loaded images, Wild Space in a wild space. Insider Is Northwestern Mutual committing mayhem? Also: the city’s literary lushness and an underground Nazi.
First Person Band of Brothers.
Pressroom The Journal Sentinel’s high-profile hire.
Reviews African coffee, Irish moonshine, Carlos Santana’s guitar.
The Mil Notable names.
Savvy City
Style Made in the shades.
Where to Shop From pampered pups to pretty printed purses.
Real Estate The top returns on your remodeling investment.
Health Sports medicine gurus now say activity, not rest, may be the best way to heal an injury.
Travel Minneapolis has 57 museums. Weekend of culture, anyone?
Theatre What UW-Milwaukee’s changes to its theater program could mean for Milwaukee.
Dining Like a good friend, this handy resource will get you out of many a restaurant jam. Need a fish fry, brunch, steak joint or plate of pad thai?
Endgame Wake up and smell The Onion. How the satirical weekly newspaper blurred the line between real and fake.

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