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The swings are back!

Published July 23, 2014

At 11 a.m. today, Mayor Tom Barrett - along with a group of city officials, designers, organizers and citizens - cut the ribbon on the new swings at the Marsupial Bridge.

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Milwaukee County Parks pools guide, 2014

Published July 3, 2014

It's a good time to remind you that the Milwaukee County Parks System has a great selection of water-based recreational opportunities, including public pools. And whether you test the waters first or jump right in, check out our public pool guide.

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"Pop-up park" swings back into action

Published May 30, 2014

Last fall, the park underneath the Holton Street bridge, often referred to as the "pop-up park," "swing park" or "marsupial swing park," was dismantled. Recently, one of the swings returned and soon the park will be completely back in action.

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Ross Lodge ... who knew?

Published May 19, 2014

I don't pretend to know everything about this town, but after more than 30 years here, I admit I was a little surprised I'd never heard of Ross Lodge before yesterday.

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Save the swings!

Published Nov. 4, 2013

In September 2012, swings of various sizes were installed underneath the Holton Street Viaduct. Last month, it was determined the swings were in need of repair and removed. In an effort to raise funds, beintween - along with MKE BKE, the Makerspace, the City of Milwaukee and NEWaukee - launched a "Save Our Swings" initiative.

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Back by the Butter

I don't live in a small town.  Born in the 46th most populous city and raised in the 23rd I've spent the majority of my life managing the great urban sprawl and so when I tally 1,000 miles a week of windshield time traveling the expanse of my wonderful state I'm bound to get a different view...


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