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5:26 pm
Tue April 30, 2013

Milwaukee's First TEDx Conference Will Feature Local Technology and Arts Gurus

Ted events showcase local dynamic speakers

Next week, Milwaukee will host its first TEDx event – TED, standing for technology, entertainment and design. TED conferences are motivational gatherings that have been taking place across the country since 1990, but seem to be growing in popularity, lately.

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Education
11:09 am
Tue April 30, 2013

Wisconsin Not Alone in Spotting Perceived "Surplus" in University System

Analysts say there is a need to understand university budgeting

Wisconsin is not the first state to question its universities’ books according to Kevin Kiley, a reporter with the online publication Inside Higher Education. Kiley says other states have also assumed they’ve stumbled upon a surplus, then learned otherwise.

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Regional
4:20 pm
Mon April 29, 2013

$14.6 Million in Milwaukee County Parks Improvements Underway

A new picnic shelter will be built this summer at Johnsons Park on Milwaukee's north side.

You will soon see a lot of yellow in Milwaukee County Parks. Dandelions sure, but also a whole bunch of construction equipment. Dump trucks and graders are just some of the gear workers will use to make much-needed repairs. The county plans to spend $14.6 million this year improving its parks, chipping away at a list of deferred maintenance needs totaling $300 million.

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Politics & Government
3:42 pm
Mon April 29, 2013

State Lawmakers Grapple With Huge Transportation Deficit

The Joint Finance committee will take up the state transportation budget on Tuesday.
Credit Ann Althouse, Flickr

One of the big budget items coming before the Legislature’s Joint Finance committee Tuesday will be transportation.

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Arts & Culture
10:37 am
Sun April 28, 2013

Paint By Nature: Capturing Door County's Beauty

"Autumn Twilight," Alaniz's piece that is part of the Channel 10 auction.
Credit Courtesy of Arnold Alaniz

Lake Effect's Bonnie North interviews artist Arnold Alaniz.

Wisconsin has picturesque scenery - rolling hills and pastures, farmland, Lake Michigan, and the North Woods. So it makes sense that they'd be painted.

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