Milwaukee

What is Milwaukee known for?


time wrestling

aired on WWF Prime Time Wrestling on November 12 (taped October 12 at the Boston Garden), Paul Orndorff pinned The Missing Link in less than five minutes with a high knee after the Link was distracted by his manager, Jimmy Hart, shouting into his megaphone on the ring apron; this was a $50,000 bounty match (Heenan would have paid the Link the bounty if the Link had put Orndorff out of action). In January 2002, John Prassas asked Earl


cover international

and educational services. History In 1977 Kelly Warnken published the first fee-based information directory, which continues to be published and has expanded to cover international concerns. The Association of Independent Information Professionals, the first professional association devoted to information brokers, was formed in Milwaukee in 1987. The profession has its roots in 1937 when librarians and other information professionals formed an organization called the American Society for Information Science and Technology in an attempt to establish their professional identity separate from public libraries (library). Milwaukee, back at home, still needed one win to sew up their second consecutive championship. Two future Hall-Of-Famers, Whitey Ford, and Warren Spahn, started for New York and Milwaukee. right thumb Dave Penkalski (Image:David Penkalski.jpg) '''David Penkalski''' (born 1962) USCF (United States Chess Federation) Chess Senior Chess Master and Life Master, rated 2414, U.S. Open Blitz chess Champion (1994) and in the top fifty Professional American chess players in 2000, ratings as well as the Wisconsin State Champion (1991), Badger Open Winner (29th), http: www.waukeshachessclub.org badgeropen.html and Milwaukee City Champion. He has beat such notables as FIDE Master Michael A. Brooks, Master Roman Levit, and Master Curt Brasket and drew (draw (chess)) against Grandmaster (Grandmaster (chess)) Arthur Bisguier and FIDE Master Albert Chow. Chow Currently, he is an instructor at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


teaching stint

presidential election . Franchise swap with Arizona Wranglers This resulted in one of the most unusual transactions in sports history. Diethrich and his group sold the Blitz to Milwaukee heart surgeon James Hoffman. The Diethrich


winning television

and the musical director from the American Soundtrack series played tenor sax in the band. DATE OF BIRTH January 19, 1952 PLACE OF BIRTH Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. (United States) DATE OF DEATH He then moved on to Milwaukee station WTMJ-TV where he served as a political and investigative reporter. In January 1981, he served as co-host and reporter for "EXTRA," an award winning television program at KTVI-TV in St. Louis (St. Louis, Missouri). From 1981 to 1982, Bury was a reporter with KPRC-TV in Houston. Early career McNeill was born in Galena, Illinois, the son of Harry T. McNeill and Luella R. Weinberger, but the family soon moved to Wisconsin, where McNeill graduated from Marquette University in Milwaukee (Milwaukee, Wisconsin). He was a first cousin of United States Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger, for their mothers were sisters-in-law. (McNeills' mother Luella Weinberger was the older sister of Caspar Weinberger's father.) McNeill began his radio career in Milwaukee in 1928, first as a script editor and announcer at station WISN (WISN (AM)), and later working for the station owned by ''The Milwaukee Journal''. McNeill moved on to Kentucky, working for the ''Louisville (Louisville, Kentucky) Courier-Journal'''s station, WHAS (WHAS (AM)) then a stint in San Francisco as a comedy act with singer Van Fleming, called "The Two Professors," and finally, following a failed career move to New York City, McNeill wound up back in Illinois in 1933. Since 1979 Shakespeare has been an honorary member of the board of trustees for The Heritage Foundation, a Washington, D.C. based public policy research institute. WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


short position

&ved 0CB8Q6AEwAQ#v onepage&q %22intensive%20research%22%20chanos%20-wikipedia&f false ISBN 0471433470, 9780471433477 looking for fundamental and large market failures in valuation, typically based on underestimated or previously unreported failings in the business or market of a stock. Followed by committing to a (usually large) short-position which he is willing to hold for long period of time—almost the mirror image of Warren Buffett's reputed "fundamentals


work performing

Ward and remained there until its collapse. The group was founded in 1974 by Conrad Bishop and Elizabeth Fuller (Elizabeth Fuller (actor)), who were then performing with Theatre X in Milwaukee and had helped to found that group. Bishop and Fuller moved to Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) and began writing and producing their own work, performing sometimes as a duo and sometimes with a small core of collaborators. The group was later established as a regional theatre (Regional theatre in the United States) in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), before moving to Sebastopol in 1999. It has toured throughout the United States and Europe, and has created numerous works for radio. Its current public radio series ''Hitchhiking off the Map'' has won a Silver Reel Award from the National Federation of Community Broadcasters. Consolidation and Early Years By the late 1880's, there were some thirty-four foundries in the United States and in 1892 twenty-three foundries were brought together to form the American Type Founders Company Consuegra, David, ''American Type Design & Designers,'' Allworth Press, New York City, p. 263. . Key to the success of this merger was the inclusion of MacKellar, Smiths, & Jordan Co. of Philadelphia, with assets of over six million dollars, the Cincinnati Type Foundry of Henry Barth, which brought with it the patents to his Barth Typecaster, and Benton, Waldo Foundry of Milwaukee, which included Linn Boyd Benton and his all important Benton Pantograph which engraved type matrices directly instead of using punches and allowed the optical scaling of type. With the inclusion of the Barth Caster and the Benton Pantograph, ATF immediately became not only the largest, but also the most technologically advanced foundry in the world. Graebner's most significant title was probably the men's doubles title at the 1966 French Championships (French Open), where he and Dennis Ralston beat Ion Ţiriac and Ilie Năstase in the final. He also won the 1968 U.S. Men's Clay Court singles Championship in Milwaukee, the 1969 and 1970 U.S. Men's Clay Court doubles Championship (with William Bowrey and Ashe, respectively), and the 1963 doubles title at Cincinnati (Cincinnati Masters). Markham was born in Wilmington, New York. During the Civil War (American Civil War), Markham enlisted as a private in Company G, 32nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment; he was promoted to second lieutenant and after the war returned to Wisconsin and settled in Milwaukee. He died in Pasadena, California. As the war ended, GE X-Ray Corporation’s growth did not; it soon became evident that more space was needed and it was time to leave Jackson Blvd. Chicago. In Milwaukee was a WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


largest working

area, is served by Sawyer International Airport with trips to Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis. Montague is home to the "World's Largest Working Weathervane" which was constructed in part by local manufacturer Whitehall Metal Studios. The weathervane is topped by the Ella Ellenwood, a lumbering Schooner that frequented White Lake (White Lake (Michigan)) transporting lumber from Montague to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The ship became infamous


playing shows

changes, Hamilton was forced to cancel many shows scheduled for late 2006 in the U.S. (United States) and Europe. Helmet opened up for Guns N' Roses for the remaining dates of their tour in December 2006. The band toured Australia in April and May 2008, playing shows throughout the eastern and southern coasts. The Ice Age Trail was established by Act of Congress in 1980 due in large part to the efforts of Wisconsin Congressman Henry S. Reuss, who in 1976 authored the book ''On the Trail of the Ice Age.'' The Trail's origins, however, date to the 1950s with the dream of Milwaukee native Ray Zillmer, who in 1958 founded the Ice Age Park & Trail Foundation (now the Ice Age Trail Alliance, Inc.) with the goal of establishing a National Park in Wisconsin running the route of the last glaciation. Ice Age Trail Alliance History According to Henry S. Reuss's book, the first person to backpack the entire length of the Ice Age Trail was 20 year old James J. Staudacher of Shorewood, Wisconsin during the summer of 1979. '''Green Bay''' is a city in and the county seat of Brown County (Brown County, Wisconsin) in the U.S. state of Wisconsin, WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin


weekly special

downtown Chicago Union Station. $23. The '''Empire Builder''' has 1 daily round trip from Chicago through Milwaukee to Seattle Portland, via Central Wisconsin, Minneapolis, Fargo, Spokane and many other smaller cities. The Empire Builder only stops at the Milwaukee Intermodal Station. Passengers wishing to reach Mitchell Airport must change trains to the Hiawatha at Milwaukee Intermodal Station. 'Weekly Special' Internet fares can be found for $120 to Portland and $40 from the Twin Cities


version including

, and Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania). *'''New England''' — an expanded version including not only Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut (although omitting the Connecticut suburbs of New York City), but also the Canadian Atlantic (Atlantic Canada) provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador. Capital: Boston. *'''The Foundry''' — the by-then-declining industrial

Milwaukee

'''Milwaukee''' ( ; Hoocąk (Winnebago language): ''Tešišik'' title Locations work Hoocąk Waaziija Haci Language Division, A Division of The Ho-Chunk Nation accessdate 2014-04-06 url http: hocak.info mysite HTM%20All Locations.htm ) is the largest city in the State (U.S. state) of Wisconsin, the 31st most populous (List of United States cities by population) city in the United States, and 39th most populous (Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas) region in the United States. It is the county seat of Milwaukee County (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin) and is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. According to 2010 census data, the City of Milwaukee has a population of

The first Europeans to pass through the area were French (France) Catholic (Catholic Church) missionaries and fur traders. In 1818, the French-Canadian (French Canadian) explorer Solomon Juneau settled in the area, and in 1846 Juneau's town combined with two neighboring towns to incorporate as the City of Milwaukee. Large numbers of German (German people) and other immigrants helped increase the city's population during the 1840s and the following decades.

Known for its brewing traditions, major new additions to the city include the Milwaukee Riverwalk, the Wisconsin Center, Miller Park (Miller Park (Milwaukee)), an internationally renowned addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and Pier Wisconsin, as well as major renovations to the U.S. Cellular Arena. In addition, many new skyscrapers, condos, lofts and apartments have been constructed in neighborhoods (Neighborhoods of Milwaukee) on and near the lakefront and riverbanks.

There have been five ships (USS Milwaukee) of the United States Navy named after the city, including USS ''Milwaukee'' (LCS-5) (USS Milwaukee (LCS-5)).

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