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For many people, Green Bay = the Packers. Yes, the fabled citizen-owned football team is a huge part of the community’s identity. But the city of 100,000 that hugs...

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The lush rolling hills southwest of Madison originally attracted dairy farmers and craftspeople like brewers and cheese makers. Recently joined by an infusion of artists and chefs, they all make this...
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Even if you’re missing the neon Pabst sign and vat of frying oil, you can channel a Wisconsin fish fry at home with the essential starter: a traditional relish tray.
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As the week draws to a close, Wisconsin’s restaurants and bars fire up their fryers for a ritual drawing on century-old food traditions.
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“Free” is such a beautiful word. Especially when it’s paired with something really cool to see or do. My hometown of Madison offers a wealth of free or low-cost...

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Think winter in Wisconsin Dells means rocketing down indoor waterslides while the snow piles up outside? Well, it does. But it also means so much more. You don't...

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Some invitations you just accept on the spot. Among those are ones like, “Want to ride a tour bus around Wisconsin, meeting top cheesemakers and sampling their work...

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Midwesterners are fortunate to have two of America's elite National Scenic Trails: the North Country Trail, which stretches from New York to North Dakota, passing...

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Bundle up for a 120-mile journey along the Mississippi, where a string of Wisconsin and Minnesota towns promise winter fireworks, eggnog custard pie and a weekend full of other holiday discoveries.
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Wisconsin's landscape bursts into a fiery palette come fall. And the best way to enjoy it, I've discovered, is by hiking the state's 1,100-mile...

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