The Milwaukee Domes Art Festival 2011

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While a bit late in posting these, art is far more long lasting than travel so we’re sure having these up at any time is a good thing.  The pictures speak for themselves so we’ll leave it at that… * * * * * *

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

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

Lots Of Local History At The Castle In Appleton

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We had a terrific shoot and interview at The History Museum At The Castle in Appleton in mid-May.  Museum Curator of Collections Matthew Carpenter gave us one of more in depth interviews on the broader aspects of Wisconsin history, particularly as it related to the Appleton area.  He also gave some terrific insight into Harry … Continue reading

Google Pays Homage To Les Paul With A Killer Doodle

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For the second time this year (the first being Harry Houdini on his birthday) Google is honoring a fellow Cheesehead of historic significance with their very own doodle on their birthday.  Today Google paid homage to The Wirard of Waukasha, Wisconsin’s very own Les Paul on what would have been his 96th birthday.  For that … Continue reading

Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit At The Milwaukee Art Museum: What A Treasure

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We were lucky enough on the shooting schedule in May to get access to the Frank Lloyd Wright exhibit at the Milwaukee Art Museum before it went away mid month.  Fortunately for us and thus you, we got plenty of terrific footage of some of FLW’s greatest designs and displays.  Not only that, we did … Continue reading

Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibit At The Milwaukee Art Museum

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See scale models, furniture, newly discovered video footage, and more than thirty rare drawings never before seen by the public from nearly every project Frank Lloyd Wright designed. Because the celebrated architect allowed the latest available technologies, the building site, and the accessible local materials to drive each project, his designs could look radically different. … Continue reading

‘Badger Boys’ Exhibit Commemorates Wisconsinites’ Role In The Civil War

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Neville Public Museum of Brown County is commemorating the 150th anniversary of Wisconsin’s inclusion into the Civil War with a special exhibit titled “Badger Boys: Northeast Wisconsin and the Civil War” that will be on display at the museum until Nov. 6.  For more info go to: ‘Badger Boys’ commemorates Wisconsinites’ role in Civil War | … Continue reading

Battle Flags From Wisconsin Have Colorful History

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Wisconsin Veterans Museum registrar Kristine Zickuhr (left) and collections manager Andrea Hoffman unroll a Civil War flag in the basement of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum in Madison. This flag belonged to the 32nd Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. The museum has 180 flags, about 100 of which have been conserved. Click the link below (or the photo) … Continue reading

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