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Fredrich's "Milwaukee Food" explores the recipe for Cream City's culinary succes

Published Oct. 2, 2015

With such a burgeoning dining scene, it can sometimes take some effort to keep up, much less think back about how Milwaukee has become such a diners' delight. But OnMilwaukee's own dining guru, Lori Fredrich, has made it easy. Fredrich has written the first real in-depth book about Milwaukee's exciting dining scene and how it got that way.


Lapham lands on MPL wall of fame

Published Sept. 16, 2015

Last night, Milwaukee Public Library upped the number of Wisconsin Writers Wall of Fame inductees when it added Increase Lapham to the Badger State pantheon.


Author Kagen's "The Resurrection of Tess Blessing" comes to life

Published Dec. 6, 2014

In late July, Wisconsin-based author Lesley Kagen released the e-novella "The Undertaking of Tess." The brief story played the role of a charming and intriguing little introduction to the young Finley sisters Tessie and Birdie. That e-novella was merely the appetizer, however; "The Resurrection of Tess Blessing" serves as the full course.


Mozina's "Quality Snacks" are Milwaukee-flavored

Published July 16, 2014

You can take the boy out of Milwaukee, but Andy Mozina's new collection of short stories proves you can't take the Milwaukee out of the boy. As Mozina prepares to return home to make a bookshop appearance, we caught up with him to ask about the Milwaukee influences in his work in general and in "Quality Snacks" specifically.


Janik traces modern medicine's roots amid 19th century outcasts

Published Feb. 13, 2014

There's no doubt about it, medicine has come a long way over the past century. But, ask Wisconsin historian and author Erika Janik and she'll tell you, medicine in the 19th century wasn't all snake oil and trickery. While Publisher's Weekly says Janik's "Marketplace of the Marvelous: The Strange Origins of Modern Medicine," is "a must-read for medical history buffs," the book is, in fact, a fascinating and readable look into the roots of modern medicine, with some bonus ties to Wisconsin for hometown readers.

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