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Visitors kick the tires at Auto Show

The Greater Milwaukee Auto Show returned to The Wisconsin Center on February 20, giving the public a chance to view the latest production models of sedans, SUV’s, crossovers and sports cars from over thirty manufacturers. Attendees have the opportunity to inspect and test-drive over forty vehicles models from Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, FIAT, Toyota, Mazda, KIA, and Chevrolet. More than four hundred vehicles are on display, from family mini-vans to exotic sports cars. “There is a strong correlation between the event visitors, and the number of cars bought after the show,” said Jim Tolkin, President of the Automotive Dealers...

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Video: Steve Daily on 1920s Pharmacies

Steve Daily, Executive Director of the Chudnow Museum of Yesteryear gives a brief introduction to the massive historic collection on display, and some of its more unusual relics. Like the the tonics and elixirs from the 1920s that contained high doses of alcohol or cocaine.

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Redmon’s Transcendent

A painting exhibition by Jeff Redmon Gallery 2622 will host a solo exhibition by Jeff Redmon, a Milwaukee-based artist focused on creating abstract paintings and drawings. Redmon explores the depths of his subconscious, creating bold abstractions through the use of expressive line, vibrant color, pattern and composition. His distinct visual style engages the imagination of the viewer, which creates a dialogue based on their unique interpretations, insights and connections to the art. The exhibition features abstract oil paintings on canvas, found object, and framed works done on paper and magazine covers. Also a member of Made In Milwaukee, Redmon...

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Victory Garden Initiative Celebrates Urban Orchards

The annual Fruity Nutty Affair will be held on February 20, and is the sixth year for the Victory Garden Initiative (VGI) to organize the gala. Over two hundred of Milwaukee’s most generous community members will celebrate with the winners of five community orchards, who were selected in VGI’s Fruity Nutty 5 Contest. Fruit and nut trees provide nutritious food, serve as a source of oxygen, protect against soil erosion, and keep neighborhoods cool in the summer. Planting trees strengthens relationships between neighbors, which encourages community. The Fruity Nutty Affair will be held again this year at Villa Filomena,...

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