The cover of Milwaukee Magazine’s March issue features a photo of two brides in the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Windhover Hall, to promotes a story on same-sex marriage in Wisconsin.

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When you hear the words "ramen noodles," your mind may turn to those 39-cent friends to both college students and the thrifty alike. But the ones you’ll find at Milwaukee area restaurants these days are a cut above.

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Once upon a time, the rock group Badfinger was seen as the heirs apparent to the Beatles.  


The iconic 1989 romantic comedy “When Harry Met Sally," starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan, asked a pretty adult question: “Can a man and a woman be just friends?”

Twenty-five years later, a new novel for young adult is trying tries to take on that very same premise. 

The American Civil Liberties Union wants a federal court to prohibit Wisconsin from enforcing its ban, while the courts determine its constitutionality.

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Every month we talk with Lake Effect contributor Kyle Cherek about Milwaukee’s, and the rest of Wisconsin’s, great food traditions. Over the last year we’ve covered farmers markets, new restaurants, James Beard nominations and awards that recognize Milwaukee chefs, and more.

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Among the myriad of topics organic farmers are discussing at the MOSES conference in La Crosse, Wisconsin is how to stay small and make a profit.

John Holman

Eric (Red) Schafer opened his Mixed Martial Arts Academy, in 2010, to teach fighting and self-defense, but he says his ultimate goal, runs deeper.

A few states have passed such legislation, now Democratic Rep. Mandela Barnes says he wants Wisconsin to protect children's health.

Susan Bence

We’ve been experiencing one of our coldest winters, in decades. Maybe you’ve added your voice to the chorus of complaints.