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March 1979 – Top News Events

“All in the Family” one of America’s highest rated TV shows broadcasts its 200 episode Voyager I’s closest approach to Jupiter (172,000 miles) Bowie Kuhn, MLB commissioner orders baseball teams to give equal access to female reporters U.S. House of Representatives begins live TV broadcasts via C-SPAN The space shuttle, Columbia is transported on top … Continue reading March 1979 – Top News Events

40 Words that Didn’t Exist 40 Years Ago

It’s weird to think about, but behind every word, there’s a person who decided that a specific string of letters was going to refer to a certain action or thing. And while the English language already has more than 171,000 word in it, folks still conjure up new phrases every day to refer to specific … Continue reading 40 Words that Didn’t Exist 40 Years Ago

Milwaukee Beaches: The Ultimate Guide

Unlike other coastal cities like Chicago, Los Angeles and Honolulu, it’s totally free to park alongside the Lake Michigan shoreline in Milwaukee County. From South Milwaukee to Fox Point—and plenty of spots between, including downtown Milwaukee—there are opportunities to swim in the water or simply lounge on the beach, or maybe hike alongside a pretty … Continue reading Milwaukee Beaches: The Ultimate Guide

20 Great Places in Wisconsin to Have a Great Time!

Whether you’re looking for cosmopolitan flair, small-town fun or outdoors adventures, you’ll find it in Wisconsin. The Apostle Islands, Cave of the Mounds, the State Capitol in Madison, water parks in the Wisconsin Dells and Frank Lloyd Wright buildings are just a few of the state’s highlights. See it all here.

20 Slang Terms from the 60s No One Uses Anymore

Ah, the 60s. It was a decade that gave us JFK, Vietnam, the Beatles, and hippies. It also gave us some of the best slang of the 20th century. Can you dig it? If your knowledge of 60s slang is limited to what you remember from Austin Powers movies, it’s time to give yourself a refresher … Continue reading 20 Slang Terms from the 60s No One Uses Anymore

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