Archives: May 2022

Evening of Excellence

Posted on May. 1, 2022 by Grace Olson

NARI Honors Transformational Remodeling Projects National Home Improvement Month is here, and that means the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) is celebrating.  Nari of Northeastern Wisconsin—NEW NARI—is one of three chapters in the state that serve homeowners by forging connections with home improvement contractors, various trade professionals, suppliers and retailers who uphold their READ MORE

Pet-Friendly Patios

Posted on May. 1, 2022 by Andy Draheim

Man’s Best Friend Is Invited To These Local Hotspots   Bare Bones Brewery 4362 County Hwy S, Oshkosh Bare Bones is all about the dogs, down to its dog bone tap handles and a wall mural of dogs sitting at the bar. It’s a short distance from highways 41 or 45, but it feels like READ MORE

If These Walls Could Talk

Posted on May. 1, 2022 by Grace Olson

Area Architecture Speaks to Rich History Architecture is a large part of the narrative in discussing history—a way to understand trends and priorities of the time. It’s a direct link to putting ourselves in the mindset of people of the past, and allows us to explore their tastes and literal capabilities. Once you dive into READ MORE

Growing Up with Appleton

Posted on May. 1, 2022 by Grace Olson

Celebrating Lawrence University’s 175-Year Anniversary When you think of your childhood, there are major memories: the likely mixed emotions of a sibling being born, the sad reality of losing a loved one, schoolyard firsts and the somehow still vivid interactions with friends and family.  It’s impossible to be remiss about who we grew up with READ MORE