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  • Mixed Bag of Flags

    The North American Vexillology Association recently conducted a survey, grading flags from cities and towns around the country. The good news for Wisconsin is that Madison got an A.

    Published On: January 14, 2023Categories: Articles
  • Go Donuts Go!

    If the machines ever do rise up at some point in the future and wrest control of Earth from us humans, they'll be wise to take a cue from their compatriots currently toiling at Lambeau Field and give away free donuts.

    Published On: January 7, 2023Categories: Articles
  • All Santa, No Sleigh

    The holiday season shifts into overdrive next Saturday (12/3) when the Wisconsin Bike Fed's Santa Cycle Rampage takes to the streets of Milwaukee.

    Published On: November 26, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Ruff Landing

    A crisis was narrowly averted when an airplane carrying three people and 53 dogs crashed on a golf course in Delafield on Tuesday. Thankfully, all the people and the pups were okay.

    Published On: November 19, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Jerk Steals Coach’s Car

    In news that sent palms hurtling toward faces all over the state, Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer had his car stolen on Tuesday night in Milwaukee. Police said his car was parked near Second and Florida streets in Walker's Point when it was taken. It was discovered a couple of

    Published On: November 5, 2022Categories: Articles
  • New, Nameless Soccer Franchise

    It was announced this week that there's another reason to tailgate coming to Wisconsin. Milwaukee has been awarded a United Soccer League franchise to begin play in 2025. The professional team will play in the Iron District, a new development coming to downtown Milwaukee that features an 8,000-seat outdoor soccer

    Published On: October 22, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Bobby Portis Rolls for Charity

    A sellout crowd at Landmark Lanes in Milwaukee was treated to a high-stakes bowl-off last night. Bucks forward and unofficial mayor of Milwaukee, Bobby Portis, squared off against Drink Wisconsinbly's accountant, Al, in a long-awaited grudge match. While we're not one hundred percent sure how these two developed a grudge,

    Published On: October 15, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Das Beste Oktoberfest

    The fall harvest fest known as Das Beste is underway in La Crosse. Oktoberfest USA is the longest-running event of its kind in the midwest and expects to host over 150,000 visitors over the course of its run. So what makes it Das Beste? They have all the usual Oktoberfesty

    Published On: October 1, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Shipping off to Boston

    The tall ship Denis Sullivan is setting sail for Boston in October. Unfortunately, it's not coming back. No, we didn't have a premonition about an ill-fated excursion led by a maniacal captain hellbent on revenge against the whale who bit off his leg on a previous voyage, the vessel has

    Published On: September 17, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Milwaukee: Global Destination

    The Old Farmer's Almanac is predicting colder temperatures and more snow in Wisconsin. And, according to National Geographic, you can also expect a noticeable increase in roving groups of people with fanny packs and cameras in the eastern part of the state next year. The publication named Milwaukee as one

    Published On: October 29, 2022Categories: Articles
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  • Wisconsin Pocket Jackpot

    Wait! Before you drop that quarter into that pinball machine, take a close look at the back. It could be worth several hundred additional credits. A TikTok video making the rounds has brought attention to an error on the 2004 Wisconsin quarter from the US Mint's 50 State Quarters Program,

    Published On: September 10, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Wisconsin Guy Leads Leeds

    A Wisconsin man is causing a commotion in Europe. And, we're happy to report, it's the good kind. Jesse Marsch from Racine is the manager of the English Premier League club Leeds United, that is currently the surprise story of the season. The team has started hot with two wins

    Published On: August 27, 2022Categories: Articles
  • CYOF the BYOB of Gardening

    The Drink Wisconsinbly Week in Review Editorial Board has a reputation for being a rather rough and tumble operation. With its regular output of articles on topics such as beer drinking, ice fishing, and meat eating, it's natural to imagine it as the organizational equivalent of Dalton from Roadhouse driving

    Published On: August 13, 2022Categories: Articles
  • But will there be enough beer?

    Don't get enough snow and ice in the wintertime? Viking Cruises announced a new voyage from Wisconsin to Antarctica, departing in September 2023. The ship Viking Octantis will travel from Milwaukee to Ushuaia, Argentina, the southernmost city in the world, before spending five days getting an early taste of winter

    Published On: August 6, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Virginia dogs find a better life in Wisconsin

    Wisconsin got 62 adorable new residents this past week after a large-scale rescue of beagles from a facility in Virginia brought the dogs here. They are just a few of nearly 4,000 taken from the shady breeder. Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS) helped find fosters for nine mothers and 53 puppies.

    Published On: July 30, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Underwater Book Club: Walleye Edition

    A man hailing from Wisconsin has written a book about walleye, which, well, seems about right. It's natural to assume it's a noir thriller about a streetwise walleye detective who, after taking on a beautiful Bluegill with a dark secret as a client, gets caught up in a series of

    Published On: July 16, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Floating Watering Hole

    If you've ever wondered what would happen if you combined a pontoon with a corner bar, you can find the answer along the Wisconsin River near Plover. The Sandbar is a floating watering hole docked at Ridgewood on the River, an RV camping resort on the Biron Flowage. The 35-seat

    Published On: July 9, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Aged Meats

    This week, we are celebrating a very special birthday. No, not America's. But this honoree is nearly as beloved around these parts, The Old Wisconsin sausage company is turning 75. The Sheboygan-based business has been producing cased meats since the Truman administration. Since then, their products have satisfied travelers on long drives, silenced

    Published On: July 2, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Asian Carp Glow-up

    A PR campaign began this week with the aim of rebranding Asian Carp with a more appetizing name in the hope that people will be more inclined to eat the invasive fish. The test program will measure whether calling them "Copi" will lure diners into choosing them over entrees with

    Published On: June 25, 2022Categories: Articles
  • Big Letters Come Home

    The giant letters that once hung outside Milwaukee County Stadium were purchased by the Milwaukee Brewers recently. The 22 eight-foot letters had been in the hands of collectors since the team made the move to Miller Park in 2001. The Milwaukee Brewers say they aren't sure what they will be

    Published On: June 18, 2022Categories: Articles