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Politics & Government
4:19 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

PSC: City of Milwaukee Must Pay to Move Utility Lines for Streetcar

The Wisconsin Public Service Commission ruled Wednesday that WE Energies does not have to cover the cost of relocating downtown power lines.

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Environment
11:30 am
Wed April 23, 2014

Sustainability Focus at UW-Milwaukee Has Wide-Reaching Effects

Kate Nelson hopes students and faculty alike rally around UWM's sustainability initiatives.

This week, UWM is holding a sustainability symposium.

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Commentary
11:09 am
Wed April 23, 2014

Commentary: In Ukraine Crisis, the Role of Germany is Key

Listen to Art Cyr's essay.

‘To jaw-jaw is better than to war-war,’ said Winston Churchill in 1954, supporting the principle of nations negotiating. Those wise words from a great leader who understood war should be kept in mind regarding the Geneva accord on the crisis in Ukraine.

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Arts & Culture
11:03 am
Wed April 23, 2014

The Story of Motherhood, Told to an Audience That "Gets It"

The full cast for Listen To Your Mother Milwaukee 2014.
Credit Courtesy of Listen To Your Mother Milwaukee

Lake Effect's Mitch Teich speaks with essayist Lane Pierce and Listen To Your Mother co-organizer (and essayist) Alexandra Rosas.

Nearly a dozen storytellers will gather in front of an audience at Alverno College’s Wehr Theater on Sunday to speak to the experience of motherhood.  

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Environment
7:58 am
Wed April 23, 2014

Hartland Family Business Fashioned from Love of Sailing & Repurposing

Olli and Melissa Marban in their new space in Hartland.
Credit S Bence

Olli and Melissa Marban’s Hartland business revolves around sailing - particularly using old sailcloth to make items ranging from bags to iPad cases.

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