Harley Davidson Despite The Winter Snow

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I know, we gotta pack the Harley Davidson up every winter and leave it be in the garage.  But you can still stop by the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee in the winter and get your fix.  Here’s a few cool shots from last year. * * *   * * *

The Legendary Mable Tainter Theatre In Menomonie

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I had the pleasure of shooting a wedding at the Mable Tainter Theatre in Menomonie a while back and am just now getting around to posting the photos from this classic building which is now an historical landmark and (I lbelieve) on the national registry of historical sites.  It can also be rented for weddings … Continue reading

Four Weeks Away From Lambeau, Then & Now

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Lambeau Field then and now.  The photos tell it all…  GO PACK GO… * * * LAMBEAU FIELD WHEN I WAS I CHILD… LAMBEAU FIELD AS OF THIS WEEK… Photos (C) Green Bay Packers – http://www.packers.com

Recently Discovered 40-Year-Old Wisconsin Cheddar

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  When Edward Zahn decided in May to close his cheese shop in Oconto, he made a discovery that is going to drive cheese lovers more bonkers than the 15-year-old cheddar released by Hook’s Cheese in Mineral Point in 2009. In the back of his walk-in cooler, Zahn, 73, found several wooden boxes of cheddar … Continue reading

Packers Hall-Of-Fame Kicker CHESTER MARCOL (Interview Clip)

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Former Packers Kicker and Hall Of Famer player CHESTER MARCOL talks about his appreciation of the fans over the years for “CHEESEHEADS: The Documentary”, and other elements about his book “ALIVE AND KICKING” (check it out).  We have so much more from Chester about his career with the Packers, but wanted to share this about … Continue reading

The Hideout: Al Capone’s Northwoods Retreat Photos

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Several years ago I had a chance to got to Al Capone’s Northwoods Retreat with my brother and mother (before it closed down) and was able to get some photos of the place.  It’s interesting to know that so much of the Chicago gang activity of the 1920′s had a sort of silent existence in … Continue reading

Seymour Wisconsin: The Original Home Of The Hamburger

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In case you didn’t know it, the hamburger originated in Wisconsin and is now, much like the Green Bay Packers are to football, one of the most famous food items in the world.  We’ll be covering that fact in the documentary.  In the meantime, the below statement is the official Wisconsin state legislation statement declaring … Continue reading

Into The Record Books For A Storied Franchise

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In commenoration of the Green Bay Packers winning their 14th game this season, the first time in team history, it only seemed fitting to post a few photos from ever so long ago.  These are a few photos we shot along our journey this past year, one of which appears to be (or so we … Continue reading

Vintage Painter Christine Mount Kapp & Her Wisconsin Connection

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We first met Christine Mount Kapp, Professional Oil Painter of Vintage and Americana styles of painting, at the Mitchell Park Domes in Milwaukee last August during their summer arts festival.  Immediately drawn to her work as for its evident Wisconsin and Midwest depictions, we were able to secure an interview with her a couple of months … Continue reading

A Shareholder For Life, And More…

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Since some of us working on the documentary are proud shareholders of the Green Bay Packers, we thought it well suited to post evidence of that and share how we feel about such a thing.  Interestingly enough a fellow Cheesehead by the name of Ryan Glasspiegel who writes for the Sports Rapport wrote a far better summation on … Continue reading

The Lombardi Legacy: Dave Robinson & Royce Boyles

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To honor the Green Bay Packers still undefeated 12 and 0 record, we thought we’d dig into a bit of the Packers past for this posting…  We had the great fortune of running into “The Lombardi Legacy” and “The Lombardi Impact” authors Dave Robinson, former Packers “Lombardi Era” legendary linebacker, and Royce Boyles during a … Continue reading

The Hidden History Of Ten Chimneys & America’s Greatest Acting Team

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While in the Milwaukee area we had the great pleasure of interview Sean Malone, the President of Ten Chimneys Foundation in Genesee Depot where we discovered many wonderful and amazing things about a history within the state that few know about, though if we have anything to say about it, everyone will soon.  The photos … Continue reading

The Tailgate Tour At East High School: Way Too Awesome…

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Okay, so we’re posting this one a bit late but this, just as most everything is about our beloved Packers, is timeless.  Courtesy of the Green Bay Packers (thanks Aaron), we had the luxury of shooting at the event and getting some amazing coverage for the documentary as well as these terrific photos. It was … Continue reading

Red Barns Across The Wisconsin Landscape

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During one of our interviews about Frank Lloyd Wright we learned that he was in love with the Red Barns that scattered the scenic landscape throughout Wisconsin.  Rumor has it he even wanted to get the Wisconsin legislature to pass a law stating that all barns in Wisconsin should be painted red.  To that end, … Continue reading

Northern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetary

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This posting is not fully in the same realm as most of our listings which generally target the many fun and exciting aspects of Wisconsin, but it is important to pay tribute to those who have honored our country (and Wisconsin) with their service to it (our father included).  Considering that the Medal Of Honor … Continue reading

Houdini At A Castle In Appleton: Fitting For Sure

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While we covered a number of things previously about how terrific the Museum At The Castle In Appleton was, we aslo promised to post some of the Harry Houdini related photos from the exhibit the we took.  Again, thanks to Matthew and everyone else there for giving us a terrific interview and a great day … Continue reading

Give The Legand A Break & Check Out His Awesome Steakhouse

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Whatever your opinion of the now retired Brett Favre is for the past three years of drama, he is one of the greatest players to ever play the game and for 16 hard-core years he was all ours.  We all know he’ll be back one day for that one day signing and retirement that will … Continue reading

Oneida Casino Tribute Statues Are Everywhere In Green Bay

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As we drove around Green Bay this past May, there seemed to be a new Oneida Casino Tribue Statue or granite plackard popping up every day.  Of course that’s an exageration considering how incredibly intricate and awesome these things are.  We don’t know if statue is the correct term, but they are memorials to the … Continue reading

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    The Wisconsin Capital Building in Madison

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