Morning Links for June 16, 2016

Morning Links for June 16, 2016

Reading is fundamental:   Dustin Diamond, the “Saved by the Bell” TV actor who was convicted in connection with a stabbing in Ozaukee County, owes the state of Wisconsin $93,768 in taxes.     Polish Fest — in its 35th year — begins its three-day run on Friday, June 17.     Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke doesn’t hold back in expressing his support of Donald Trump for president.   The Fondy Market hosts its opening day celebration and annual BBQ Cookoff this Sunday, June 18.   A new senior living center is set to open in Brown Deer in early August. Comments…

Reading is fundamental:

 

Dustin Diamond, the “Saved by the Bell” TV actor who was convicted in connection with a stabbing in Ozaukee County, owes the state of Wisconsin $93,768 in taxes.

 

 

Polish Fest — in its 35th year — begins its three-day run on Friday, June 17.

 

 

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke doesn’t hold back in expressing his support of Donald Trump for president.

 

The Fondy Market hosts its opening day celebration and annual BBQ Cookoff this Sunday, June 18.

 

A new senior living center is set to open in Brown Deer in early August.

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Ann Christenson has covered dining for Milwaukee Magazine since 1997. She was raised on a diet of casseroles that started with a pound of ground beef and a can of Campbell's soup. Feel free to share any casserole recipes with her.