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Plenty of sizzle at Baconfest on Valentine’s Day

Patrick Cudahy knows just how much Milwaukee residents love bacon. The bacon producer joined with 102.9 The HOG to present the fifth-annual Baconfest Milwaukee. Held on February 14, the Valentine’s Day celebration the perfect combination of love and bacon. Held inside Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, all things bacon were offered for sampling to the public. Thousands of visitors devoured these unique bacon creations. This year delivered on its promise to be bigger, bolder, and tastier than ever before. Festival attendees delighted in bacon-inspired creations from Milwaukee’s best chefs and a seemingly endless supply of bacon. Radio 102.9 The HOG’s...

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Steve Teague: Having Faith in Milwaukee

Father Steve Teague has been leading the congregation of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church for almost ten years, with a career in the clergy stretching back four decades. As an advocate for social justice, personal faith, and religious tolerance, he shares a lifetime of spiritual insight about Christianity in the community. | Q&A with Father Steve Teague Q: Society has expectations of you as a church leader, which can be a lonely position. When people have a crisis of faith, they turn to a priest. Who do you turn to? A: I turn to my wife Karen, to other family...

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Op Ed: Will Milwaukee ever value its cultural treasures?

Concern over falling concrete and safety issues prompted Milwaukee County Parks officials on February 5 to close the Mitchell Park Domes until further notice. Yet another landmark has potentially reached the end of its useful life due to Milwaukee’s pattern of cultural neglect. Unwilling to pay for the protection of civic assets, the public should not be surprised when infrastructure collapses. The deterioration of the Mitchell Domes is a reflection of the post-WW2 indifference that much of Milwaukee has shown towards its historic institutions. One of the six original Milwaukee parks created by the first park commission, the core...

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Video: Equal Justice

Spending her legal career to help and provide equal justice, Hannah Dugan continues to use the law to remove class barriers and advance social change for those who are most vulnerable in our community.

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Hannah Dugan: Transformational Law

Spending her legal career to help and provide equal justice, Hannah Dugan continues to use the law to remove class barriers and advance social change for those who are most vulnerable in our community. | Q&A Q: What do you enjoy most about the law? A: Justice is hard work. I love the challenge of such hard work. The rule of law and precedential law is meant to provide consistency and predictably to create order and safety. And yet the law also offers the capacity to transform people’s lives and evolve with changing times and circumstances. I love the...

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