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Marketplace - April 17, 2014
#WeWant: Bridgestone golf balls, Mother's Day tea set, jojoba oil and more
You know your mom deserves the very best, so maybe the Mother's Day tea party set will make sure she fully knows your love. Itching to hit the links? These golf balls should be the ones you tee up. These great wants and more in this week's #WeWant.
Milwaukee Buzz - April 17, 2014
Can we secede from Wisconsin's Tea Party nuts?
Recently, it was news that the state Republican Party is going to vote at its convention on a resolution that says the state party "supports legislation that upholds Wisconsin's right, under extreme circumstances, to secede." Secede? You've got to be kidding me. Maybe we should all find a way to get the Tea Party to secede from the rest of us who have at least a little bit of common sense.
Sports - April 15, 2014
No Tiger, no problem: golf is great without him
Tiger Woods missed the Masters Tournament last week, which was won by Bubba Watson. Waton had to fend off 20-year-old Jordan Spieth to claim his second green jacket, and it proves to me that the game is better off without Woods.
Dining - April 14, 2014
George Webb's takes the high road in Brewers' burger giveaway
You really have to hand it to George Webb, the venerable Milwaukee restaurant chain. There may be a "new" kid on the block, trying to mimic Webb's claim to fame, but the Webb people aren't all that concerned.
Arts & Entertainment - April 13, 2014
Rep's "History of Invulnerability" suffers from an identity crisis
Ever since he made his debut into the American pop culture world, Superman has been a character who made people wonder what he really was. After all, he's technically an alien disguised as a human. That was kind of the way I felt walking out of the opening night of "The History of Invulnerability" at the Milwaukee Rep. I wasn't totally sure what I had just watched, but I knew whatever it was had made me a little uncomfortable.

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