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July 2014: Salons


Mane Attractions
Our collection of the area’s salons and stylists are a cut above the rest.
By Sara Rae Lancaster

A Study In Contrasts
Democratic challenger Mary Burke couldn’t be more different than Scott Walker. That’s why she wants his job.
By Claire Hanan

Comfort Zones
Pushing the boundaries of diversity, more racial and ethnic minorities are moving to the suburbs.
By Larry Sussman

On Common Grounds
On a street where Milwaukee once condemned war, warriors now gather to bind up unseen wounds inside a caffeinated oasis called Dryhootch.
By Howie Magner


And The Thunder Rolls
How to chase tornadoes without a pair of ruby slippers.
By Tim McCormick

Winning On A Peel
Walter G. Bohrer Jr. took on state regulators when they decreed his vending machine business an illegal gambling operation – and he triumphed.
By James Card

Hail To The Chief
Is the police department’s whiz-bang website more than a PR venue?
By Jane Hampden

Scholars’ Row
Once a collegiate free-for-all, the neighborhoods around UWM are growing up.
By Kristine Hansen


Tippling Point
When a sister is arrested for drunk driving, the consequences are eye-opening.
By Corrinne Hess


A Brighter Future
Synth-pop act Bright Kind takes another stab at reinvention, and this time, they’ve hit the mark.
By Kevin Mueller 


Lazy Nights
The mantra at Bay View’s Lazy Susan is to slow down, disconnect from the outside world and share a meal with friends. Sounds like the prescription for summer.
By Ann Christenson

Coming Home
Its name inspired by the Italian word for “living room,” Salotto Zarletti is “from-scratch” happy.
By Ann Christenson


Frank Gimbel
In his 50-year career, attorney Frank Gimbel has prosecuted the mafia and overseen the city’s arenas and convention center. He’s used to the hot seat.
By Kurt Chandler