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Innovator in Academia: David Garman

The Dean of The School of Freshwater Sciences, David Garman, is the recipient of British Consulate's Brit Weeks's Innovation in Academia award. Garman has been the Dean of The School of Freshwater Sciences for about four years. His previous jobs have dealt with all different aspects of environmental management of water resources. The School of [...] The post Innovator in Academia: David Garman appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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It's true. Buckley's Restaurant and Bar will be nearly tripling its size starting next summer. But, in the meantime, there's plenty to enjoy about this intimate restaurant, including some new delicacies being rolled out by executive chef Christian Schroeder and a few changes to the bar menu as well.
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Milwaukee is filled with amazing people. And some of those people are wild about food. 8 Questions is a series that focuses on the food lovers in our midst. This week, I chat with Shary Tran, director of diversity and inclusion at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin.
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Miguel Mayoral - Zarletti
Miguel Mayoral is a loyal guy. He's been working with Brian Zarletti as head chef at Zarletti's Restaurant downtown for the past 10 years. And, although he specializes in Italian cuisine these days, he has a world of experience with other cuisines. After hearing his story, I sat down with Mayoral to find out a bit more about him and his passion for food.
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Lizard Mound County Park
One of the Milwaukee area's most interesting parks is a bit off the beaten path, but it's worth making tracks to Lizard Mound County Park in Farmington, just north of West Bend in Washington County. A wooded path twists and turns through 28 Native American effigy mounds, including the one shaped like a huge lizard which gives the park its name.