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This is a story of a Milwaukee man, an extremely talented sculptor whose works are found all over the world and who, in fact, is rated Number One in his genre.
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Every single time I write a column in which I discuss Social Security maximizing strategies, as I did for the umpteenth time several weeks ago, my inbox is flooded with emails from readers who are trying to squeeze every last nickel out of their Social Security benefits.
Throughout history, there are often instances of marvelously skilled artists and craftsmen who should have but never attained fame or fortune during their lifetimes.
Who has not been through periods when nothing goes right? Conflicts at work, conflicts with family, disappointments or actions toward you that are devastatingly hurtful. The world seems dark, the sky black, the silver lining almost invisible and the future bleak.
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Once upon a time, the popular question of the day may have been, “After they’ve seen Paree, how do you keep them down on the farm?”
The new state income-tax deduction for parents of private school children is the most generous in the nation, according to Governing Magazine, a respected national publication covering state and local government.
Frank Tenfel of West Bend is an amazing fellow in a number of ways. As a golfer, the 87-year-old Tenfel has won more tournaments in Wisconsin (amateur, he was never a pro) than anyone other than Archie Dadian and Mark Bemowski, yet he has never been elected to the Wisconsin State Golf Hall of Fame.
Sharon Sprewer was overwhelmingly named this year’s Milwaukee County Department on Aging Golden Idol among the 10 entertaining finalists from throughout the county in the sixth annual competition. The annual event was again held at Serb Hall on June 11. Sprewer, a golden voiced singer who moved about the stage, was sponsored by Washington Park Senior Center.