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March 2014: For Love & Money

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For Love & Money
Same-sex couples from Wisconsin need only hop the border to neighboring states to legally wed. Considering economic ramifications alone, can our state afford not to legalize same-sex marriage?
By Abby Callard

The Importance of Being Brenner
It means dressing in costume, opening a gallery, ticking people off, and brewing beer. Have we left anything out?
By Howie Magner

Raw Deal
Got raw milk? It’s not legal to sell unpasteurized moo juice in our Dairy State. But that hasn’t stopped an underground raw market from thriving.
By Erik Gunn

INSIDER

Blooper Reel
There are no second takes in public life. Just ask Joel Kleefisch.
By Claire Hanan

Hold Fire
Republicans are playing it safe as they wind down another year in control of the state Legislature.
By Matt Hrodey

Fashionably Fit
How to turn a dull storefront into the workplace of your dreams.
By Rick Romano 

Signs & Portents
Is someone, somewhere building a massive collection of stolen parking signs.
By Sarah Butler 

Double Byline
A cozy partnership between the Journal Sentinel and Marquette spawns award-winning journalism and street-wise students.
By Jane Hampden 

The Doctor Will Write You Now
A Columbia St. Mary’s program gives patients access to all – not some – of their medical records.
By Carolyn Kott Washburne

Layer It On
Layer for the weather, mix and match prints because it adds delightful dimension.
By Claire Hanan / Styled by Lizzy Lovas

PERSPECTIVE

The Piano Lesson
How 88 old keys found one new purpose.
By Kurt Chandler

EVENTS

Earthen Exploration
This month, clay and its sandy brethren will make the local art world spin.
By Debra Brehmer 

DINING

Bowls of Broth
Is ramen all the rage? Shorewood’s Tochi makes Asian noodles seem as commonplace as spaghetti.
By Ann Christenson

Stilt House Rules
A new gastrobar injects quiet downtown Cedarburg with beer-fueled energy.
By Ann Christenson

Chefrigerator: Peter Sandroni
La Merenda’s Peter Sandroni brings his work home with him. The icebox reflects that — and the bounty of his family’s treks to wife Sonia’s native Colombia.
By Ann Christenson

POINT OF VIEW

Nikiya Harris
Talking topics with Nikiya Harris, a Democrat wading through the Repub-led state Senate.
By Barbara Miner

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