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UPAF Events in February…
Monday, March 2nd at the BMO Harris Bradley Center
A Milwaukee favorite returns March 4-8 at the Wisconsin Expo Center at State Fair Park…
The Waukesha-Ozaukee-Washington Workforce Development Board (WOW WDB) is currently offering FREE Financial Literacy workshops across the three-county area on Dec 11, Jan 8, Jan 29, Feb 19 and March 5.
Build a brighter financial future with budget basics and development; use of checking, savings and payment cards; second chance bank accounts; differences between and use of secured and unsecured credit cards; credit basics including how to read a credit report and build, manage and repair credit; fixed income management and more.
Register for “Steps to Financial Freedom” at greenpath.org/WDCregistration or contact Jennifer Aldrich at 262-695-7989.
Also available: FREE one-on-one financial counseling sessions at Waukesha County Workforce Development Center – 892 Main St in Pewaukee on Dec 11, Dec 18, Jan 8, Jan 29, Feb 5, Feb 19, March 5 and March 19.
Participants will have an opportunity to discuss their financial goals, review their credit report, create a detailed budget and more. To schedule your appointment, please contact Jennifer Aldrich at 262-695-7989 or via email at email@example.com.
The incredible Peter Gabriel era Genesis tribute ‘The Musical Box’ returns for a full recreation of the classic 1972 ‘Foxtrot’ tour. Don’t miss the incredible spectacle and theatrics that you remember of classic lineup Genesis.
Tickets are on sale now for $39.50 at PabstTheater.org and the Pabst Theater Box Office (fees may apply).
Labrador retrievers reigned as the nation's top dog for the 24th year.
What if cauliflower got the same type of marketing firepower as candy bars and potato chips?
The use of emojis has become universal — but their look hasn't.
Japanese brands took four of the top five places in the annual "report card."
A look at some of the biggest plays and best shots in sports this week.
Come summer 2016, when the best of the best athletes climb podiums wearing gold, silver and bronze medals, Las Vegas gamblers could very well be counting their green.
Some of the headlines coming out of spring training today, Friday, Feb. 27.
A look back on this week's biggest stories and the headlines you may have missed.
Investigators say the attacks took place in multiple locations.
Cuban and U.S. officials meet in Washington on Friday for a second round of talks aimed at restoring diplomatic relations.
The temporary funding extension is aimed at allowing Republicans to continue their fight against President Barack Obama's immigration orders.
Llama I'm coming home! Two llamas making a therapy visit to an Arizona retirement community escaped, sparking a hilarious chase caught live on TV.
Kentucky Fried Chicken is testing edible coffee cups in some of its stores. Maybe next they'll try edible chicken.
Today in Rock History
2/28/1942: Born on this day, Brian Jones, multi-instrumentalist and founding member of The Rolling Stones. Originally the leader of the group, Jones placed an ad in Jazz News inviting musicians to audition for a new R&B group. Jones came up with the name the Rollin’ Stones after hearing Muddy Waters Rollin’ Stone Blues. Jones died on July 3rd 1969.
Adorable Trent Harris singing the "Star Spangled Banner" before the start of a high school basketball game will make you proud to be an American.
A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
A new study shows almost half of all 12 to 35-year-olds listen to unsafe levels of music on their personal audio devices or cellphones.
The "great dress debate" has been dividing the Internet. Are you team #WhiteandGold or team #BlueandBlack?
Although he capped his "Star Trek" run with a notable career as both an actor and director, in the public's mind he will always be Spock.
The world famous Mr. Spock has passed away.
A new tree tribute to the late George Harrison has been planted in a Los Angeles park after a beetle infestation killed off the last pine.
Just because you have a family and a mortgage doesn't mean you can't rock and roll.
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