May 2019

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Feel Great!
The mind-body benefits of tai chi, a trio of popular diets, Wisconsin CSAs tailor-made for busy lifestyles and other stories that can help you live your healthiest life.
By Lindsey Anderson, Ann Christenson, Patricia McKnight, Adam Rogan and Rich Rovito

Milwaukee’s Most Fit
From a 45-year-old dentist who surfs in Lake Michigan to a nonagenarian who logs a 90-minute workout almost every day, these seven exemplars view fitness as the key to enhancing their lives.
By Arlene Becker and Adam Rogan

The Long Run
Ashley Schneider had never even trained for a marathon when she decided she’d run across the country. Now, her achievement is duplicated annually by teams of runners, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars in relief of multiple sclerosis.
By Dan Simmons


Your 414

Trunk Show
New to the Milwaukee County Zoo – a gargantuan exhibit sized to suit its largest residents
By Lindsey Anderson

Curtain Call
A pair of artistic directors are planning their next act together.
By Lindsey Anderson

Keeping Time
Present Music founder Kevin Stalheim reflects on the group’s past as he prepares to retire.
By Lindsey Anderson

The Culture Cosmos
The newest MKE-area barcade, a creepy-cool art exhibit and much more

The Top 10
It’s gotta be May.

Sneak Attack
Sneakers worth waiting in line for
By Lindsey Anderson



The Babies and the Buses
Bus drivers seem to be rescuing wandering babies with alarming regularity. The cases are often much more than they seem.
By Matt Hrodey

Breaking New Ground
We chat with Jay Goldberg, a Marquette biomedical engineer, about inventing and teaching.
By Catherine Jozwik



Meatless Marvels
Expand your plant-based cooking horizons with these healthy, easy-to-make dishes from the chef/co-owner of Strange Town.
By Ann Christenson


A Global Gallery
Perhaps the world’s biggest golf event is coming to Wisconsin in 2020.
By Rich Rovito

Beyond the Game
It’s chips and drives, but much more – and it’s coming to metro Milwaukee.
By Matthew Piper

Wisconsin to the World
We catch up with Jordan Niebrugge, a Mequon Homestead High grad working to crack the PGA Tour.
By Rich Rovito

Why I Love Golf: The Great Game
An ode to a game both democratic and humbling. And oh, the people you’ll meet.
By Doug Moe



Vast and Varied
Milwaukee County’s golf operation – an expansive and diverse group of courses touching all corners of the urbanized county – is a hidden treasure under our noses.
By Doug Moe

Great Wisconsin Holes
From Erin Hills to Sand Valley, we dive into four of the Badger State’s most memorable golf holes.
By Doug Moe

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