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Holiday campaign gives back in a big way for 3rd straight year. MILWAUKEE (PRWEB) December 17, 2014 From December 1st to December 12th, 2014, Kohl’s
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By DUANE DUDEK Journal Sentinel film critic "Miracle at St. Anna" is Spike Lee's film but James McBride's story.
By JOHN FAUBER Adults with higher levels of the common chemical bisphenol A in their urine had significantly increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and liver abnormalities, according to the first large study of human exposure to the substance.
Program raises questions While I was pleased to hear that the Kern Family Foundation was planning on contributing $1 million to introduce Teach for America to Milwaukee Public Schools, I was disappointed that the Journal Sentinel didn't focus on any significant criticisms of the program ("MPS gets grant, hope," Sept.
By DUANE DUDEK Fall is a season of transition, between the heat of summer and the chill of winter, with sunshine and falling leaves mingling along the way. At the movies, it's the season between blockbuster and Oscar contender, with crowd-pleasers rubbing elbows with Serious Drama.
By DANI MCCLAIN A new group calling itself the Milwaukee Quality Education Initiative has joined the accelerating, behind-the-scenes conversations about the future of the city's schools, and is hosting a retreat this weekend at the Wingspread Conference Center in Racine.
By ERICA PEREZ The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Real Estate Foundation on Monday released a list of eight proposed locations for the school's new dorm in Milwaukee's east side and Riverwest neighborhoods, with sites as far west as the Holton Terrace apartments and as far east as the old Prospect Mall.
By TOM DAYKIN Midwest Airlines pilot Gerald Earwood was flying about 100 miles west of New York when he first noticed what seemed like wisps of smoke coming off the World Trade Center.