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CP Rail announces 2018 Holiday Train schedule

Published Oct. 12, 2018

Once again the CP Rail Holiday Train will roll through the Milwaukee area this December, with stops in Sturtevant, Downtown, Tosa, Hartland and Oconomowoc over two days. And this time, our own Willy Porter will be on board.

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The weirdest national days in the month of October

Published Oct. 1, 2018

Ever feel like there's a random national day for every single day of the year. Well, that's because, according to the National Day Calendar website, there is. Here are the ten goofiest ones in October.

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The weirdest national days in the month of September

Published Sept. 3, 2018

Ever feel like there's a random national day for every single day of the year. Well, that's because, according to the National Day Calendar website, there is. Here are the ten goofiest ones in September.

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The weirdest national days in the month of August

Published Aug. 1, 2018

Ever feel like there's a random national day for every single day of the year? Well, that's because, according to the National Day Calendar website, there is - and here are the ten weirdest ones you can technically celebrate in August.

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Tuesday April 1st, 2008 - Lake Villa, IL I never liked April Fool’s Day. It’s probably the little brother in me. I’m not for a day of ‘fun’ where it’s ok for every idiot who has seen a Three Stooges movie to go hog wild for a day and try to wreak havoc...

St. Patrick's Day

Monday March 17th, 2008 - Chicago, IL I’ve always thought St. Patrick’s Day was a great marketing concept. It’s not really a full holiday but it’s got all the ingredients of one and more. First, it has a great location on the calendar. Everyone knows the exact date of it. ...


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