Although we didn't end up getting the first 10 or so reservations of our choice, Mrs. Sconz and I had a very pleasant lunch at Johnny Delmonico's the other day, where I had this plate of mussels.
John Blotz drops out of the mayor's race, citing the futility of competing now that Soglin's in the field. He doesn't endorse anyone.
Lin Weeks gives us a glimpse into the Isthmus Beer and Cheese Fest.
I wouldn't be too shocked by the headline. 135 lawyers in Wisconsin practice law despite convictions. What better way to demonstrate to clients that you can strike a good deal?
A publicly-owned football team giving special deals to public officials. Where's the Tea Party on this one?
Walker's accomplishments. A lot of politics. Very little policy.
Ashwaubenon deals with its own biomass controversy.
Dang, Vang Pao meant a lot to the Hmong community.
A New Yorker with a New York sense of humor takes over as Dane County medical examiner. "I expect a lot fewer subway deaths," he quips.
Are the Packers built to last or is this the last hurrah (for a while)?
Something tells me Lee Holloway is going down.
Health care reform could save Wisconsin $500 million between 2014 and 2019.
The Club for Growth will be targeting Sen. Orrin Hatch in the Republican primary next year.
Mike McCabe: "Scott Walker, the plagiarist."
The bad news: Number of unhappy college freshman at all time high. The good news: It looks like they're seeking help at UW.
Unions are worried about Walker. How serious is the guv about exploring public worker union decertification?
Taxing cars to fund public transit? The GOP's not going to like that. At least the buses Milwaukee County is seeking to fund burn gas though.