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1:00 am
Mon August 12, 2013

Milwaukee's Tattoo History on Display at Art Museum

Dietzel, early and late

The Milwaukee Art Museum planned an exhibit – with Harley-Davidson in mind. When thousands of riders celebrate its 110th anniversary this month, they can see the museum’s first-ever display of tattoo art.

Two Milwaukee men made it possible - both tattoo artists.  One arrived a long time ago – in 1913, Amund Dietzel. It’s his story, the museum chronicles. There are photographs of him, tattooed from neck to ankle.

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Regional
5:31 pm
Fri August 9, 2013

Iraq War Veteran Sentenced for Killing His Wife

A judge on Friday handed Benjamin Sebena a life sentence, with no parole for 35 years. He pleaded guilty to killing 30-year-old Jennifer Sebena, a Wauwatosa police officer.

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Economy & Business
12:42 pm
Fri August 9, 2013

Triathletes Arrive In Milwaukee

Part of Milwaukee's downtown skyline frames the finish line awaiting racers in this weekend's USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships.

Thousands of athletes, family members and spectators will flock to Milwaukee's lakefront this weekend for national competitions.

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Regional
11:51 am
Fri August 9, 2013

Milwaukee's Internationally-Acclaimed Luthier Continues His Craft

Denny Rauen, Riverwest's Luthier, is known nationwide.
Credit rauenguitars.com

Lake Effect's Bonnie North speaks with luthier Denny Rauen on his 30 years of restoring and repairing guitars.

It’s been 30 years since Denny Rauen set up shop, first in the Chicago-area and then in the Milwaukee's Riverwest. Since then, he’s become an internationally-acclaimed luthier.

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Economy & Business
11:29 am
Fri August 9, 2013

Location is a Big Factor of the Wealth Gap

Families have to consider the location of where they live in proximity to their place of employment.
Credit davereid2, flickr

Lake Effect's Stephanie Lecci speaks with Dave Pate and Anne Price.

Milwaukee is known nationwide as being one of the most segregated cities in the country; segregated both racially and economically.

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