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Brain Power

Here is the Dalai Lama, his body swathed in red cloth and his head closely shaved, leaning forward eagerly to clasp hands with University of Wisconsin-Madiso...
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Miracle Homes

There are but three destination spots in southern Washington County that would make a passerby turn off the ignition. Two of them were built by Tom Hignite, own...
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Tax Exempt

Nestled at the far northwestern edge of Milwaukee, protected by forest and grasslands, the 30-acre Trinity Court development feels as if it should be in Brook...
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Gang Wars

Officer Mark Harms slides out his wallet and passes a couple of $20s to the hooded man in the backseat. Harms’ car for the night is a two-door Monte Car...
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Knight Errant

Aytan Luck is something of a legendary figure in Milwaukee bike culture. These days, he rides a yellow Eddy Merckx, a fine bike shop bike, but back in 2005, w...
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Sizable Concern

On the day Timothy Dolan was installed as new archbishop here, joyful music filled St. John the Evangelist Cathedral and live media coverage captured the uplift...
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A Cozy Conflict

Shortly after becoming the Milwaukee Brewers' new president and CEO, Ulice Payne Jr. quit his plum job as managing director at Foley & Lardner law firm to p...
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Free ride

To prepare for duty as embedded journalists during the war in Iraq, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporters Katherine Skiba and Nahal Toosi received thousands of d...
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The Bikini Bungle

Acting on a tip, Journal Sentinel editors accused Fitzpatrick of insufficient attribution - a.k.a. plagiarism. The newspaper's ethics policy says of plagiarism:...
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The Greater of Two Evils

Guilty of plagiarism, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Catherine Fitzpatrick was forced out of her job at the newspaper and dumped from her teaching position...