Last Friday, Molly Snyder rode the skyglider from open to close in 95-degree heat. Here's why she did it and what she talked about with the brave souls who rode along with her.
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Sarah Knowles claimed a Guinness Book record running her very first half marathon. And that accomplishment was secondary, almost an afterthought, easily surpassed by her son's smile. She walked to support the horse-riding therapy program at LifeStriders in Delafield, which has greatly benefited her son, Matthew.
Orville Lemke answered the call of duty in 1944 at the age of 20. Sixty-six years later, he saw the monument built in his honor by a grateful nation. His story and those of fellow Wisconsin veterans will be featured in Freethink Media's new documentary, "Honor Flight," which premiers at Miller Park this Saturday at the Field of Honor event.
Before you join the throngs of revelers this St. Patrick's Day, take a second to RSVP to the biggest party of them all: Guinness' global St. Patrick's Day party and world record attempt. OnMilwaukee.com and Guinness have teamed up to get you in, and all it costs is a few clicks and a glass of Guinness. (And, let's face it, you were going to drink one anyway. Why not make it count?)
With one week left until the big green party that is St. Patrick's Day, you may or may not already have your itinerary of Irish cheer in place. Either way, you can still sign up for the biggest St. Paddy's Day celebration on earth.
It's not quite March yet, but it's never too early to starting making plans for St. Patrick's Day. This year, OnMilwaukee.com and Guinness have partnered to get you in to the largest St. Patrick's Day celebration ever - and into the Guinness Book of World Records.
Born and raised in Delavan, Bobby Gleason started out as a valet, then a bar back and is now master mixologist for Beam Global Spirits and Wine. Not only that, but he's the national ambassador for the Bartenders Guild, hosting trainings all over the world, including here in Milwaukee.
The 15,014 fans that braved the elements to attend the Bucks game Saturday night got the chance to make history, Guinness Book of World Records style.
He Pingping from Inner Mongolia, the world's smallest man, recently met with Svetlana Pankratova from Russia, the Queen of Longest Legs, for a photo shoot at Trafalgar Square in London.
Fond du Lac got to salute italargest-in-the-world fondue pot in today's Christmas parade.