New Glarus Brewing Company: Only In Wisconsin

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We had the great pleasure of inteviewing New Glarus Brewing Company Co-Founder and proud Wisconsinite Deb Carey while visiting them in New Glarus.  Not only were we taken aback by how similar we are as fellow cheeseheads, but were also blown away by what a magnificent brewery they have put together.  A state of the … Continue reading

Sturgeon Bay: The Jewel Of Door County

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As a quick follow up to our Door County posting, here are some terrific shots of Sturgeon Bay, the center of Door County culture with its many painted Sturgeons about town (much like the painted steers in New Glarus), it’s Old Bridge, one of the few remaining iron bridges of its kind at the center … Continue reading

The Chiefs, The Owner, And A First Game At Lambeau!

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Despite it being a pre-season game, it was the first time documentary producer John Mitchell got a chance to see a real game at Lambeau Field when his good friend and Super Fan – Steve “The Owner” Tate – took him to the Packers-Chiefs final pre-season game of the 2011 season.  Note that in some … Continue reading

The Painted Steers Of New Glarus…

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When visiting New Glarus Brewery a while back (photos of the brewery coming soon), it was evident thay they love their steers, likely because of the Swiss heritage the town relishes, being known as Little Switzerland.  Further, our Minong friend Jack Link’s Beef Jerky also has a factory in New Glarus.  Whatever their reasons for … Continue reading

“Lombardi” Benifit Show Scheduled At The Milwaukee Rep

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“We are excited to announce this very special benefit performance to help support the fight against cancer.  While we are unable to exchange previously purchased Lombardi tickets for this event, as a loyal supporter of The Rep we wanted to provide you the first opportunity to purchase a ticket and add your support to the Vince Lombardi … Continue reading

A Bluegrass Festival In Mondovi

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And so you don’t think we are ignoring rural Wisconsin in the least, we went to a Bluegrass festival on a farm just outside Mondovi a while back and found that, despite the humidty, the horse flies, and heat, it was quite a bit of fun Wisconsin country style.  We also got to meet up … Continue reading

Wisco Hotel Group’s Original Location Is A Charming Place To Stay…

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Staying at the Wisco Hotel Group’s original Holdiay Inn location in Fon Du Lac was such a pleasure as it’s a charming hotel with a sense of history to it.  One of our favorite parts about being there was the Holidome (see photos), an indoor pool and gaming area that seems to be the originator … Continue reading

The Titletown Clown, Just Clowning Around For Charity…

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In an email to us, The Titletown Clown noted the following regarding his August 2nd event at Lambeau Field in which he got to go to yet another part of the stadium that few of us ever wil: “I had the privilege of Rappelling down 8 stories of Lambeau Field today for Special Olympics!  And … 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

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

Lakefront Brewery In Milwaukee: Now That’s A Place To Spend A Friday Night!

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On our last day in Milwaukee, literally our last few hours before heading north to Green Bay, we stopped by Lakefront Brewery for an interview with Brewmaster Russ Klisch and a tour of the brewery and attached restaurant.  It was Fish Fry Friday so their were plenty of people there for the beer, the fish … 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

Laona, Wisconsin – Home of the Lumberjack Steam Train

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A newly acquired friend of ours at www.mustardgirl.com let us know about the small town of Laona that has a lot of big things to offer including the 1880”s Lumberjack Steam Train.  This looks like one amazing place to visit in the north woods area of Wisconsin and we certainly hope we’ll get the chance to … Continue reading

The Cheese & Burger Society, With A Side Helping Of Cheese Humor…

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You really must check this site out if you don’t already know about it.  The Cheese & Burger Society puts a whole new spin on what these two delicious items put together can become.  Lots of great burger recipes and some good humor.  And if I’m not mistaken, the funny lines voiced throughout the site … Continue reading

Protest Coverage Via Channel 3000 In Madison (Link)

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While the concept of “Cheeseheads: The Documentary” has little to do with politics short of perhaps Wisconsin’s historically progressive record of social, civil, and political change, the protests in Madison are certainly worthy of a posting here if only for the sake of bringing more light to what is taking place, especially since our documentary … Continue reading

Super Bowl XLV – One Final Post: A Photo Tribute To Cheeseheads Everywhere!

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No words needed here, just enjoy the pictures.  We’ll be moving onto other Cheeseheads topics at this point, but we’ll never forget the amazing time we had in Arlington for Super Bowl XLV with all of our fellow Cheeseheads, nor the fact that the Green Bay Packers are, at least for the next year, THE … Continue reading

Super Bowl XLV – Tundra Adventures In The PackerMobile

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We met up with fellow Cheeseheads, Wisconsinites Mark “The IceMan” Madson and Dieter “The SnowMan” Sturm, shortly after their arrival in the then Frozen Tundra of Arlington Texas for their storied 1300 mile trip all the way from Lambeau Field to support the Green Bay Packers to victory at Super Bowl XLV.  They gave us some terrific interviews for … Continue reading

Super Bowl XLV – Aaron Rodgers Gracing The Dallas Skyline…

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Here’s a magnificent shot of Aaron Rodgers (and some Pittsburgh player) gracing the exterior of a building in Dallas, Texas, well a work in progress as the weather here seems to be getting in the way.  We’ve always known that Aaron was larger than life as a Packers quarterback, but this is proof positive. Photos … Continue reading

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