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It’s that time of year – back to school time!  It’s a new month, and your kids are sporting new everything – new backpacks, new pencils and pens, new notebooks and folders.  We were a little curious as to the school supplies parents from across the country purchased this year, so we did a little

Did you watch the Green Bay Packers face-off against the New England PAtriots last night? Football is officially BACK.  Even if you’re not all that into the preseason games, the NFL’s regular season is less than a month away.  If that wasn’t enough to look forward to, the 2015 season begins with a bang on

We talk a lot about bowling on this blog. Obviously. You’ve learned much about bowling from the many blog posts we’ve written. There’s still more to be learned, however. And that’s why, this week, we’re filling your brain with 10 interesting bowling facts. 10 Interesting Bowling Facts The maximum number of holes allowed in a

It is Independence Day! Today, we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence for the 239th time. 239 – that’s a pretty big number, but it is not the only number associated with the Fourth. Here are some more numbers to accompany your Fourth of July celebration this weekend. We bet you didn’t know

As of Wednesday this week, you have the chance to attend summer’s – and the world’s – largest music festival right here in Wisconsin! We are, of course, talking about Summerfest in Milwaukee. We’re going to keep talking about it today, too, as we share some tidbits of information about the world’s largest music festival.

On July 19, 1910, Washington State declared the nation’s first Father’s Day, and coming up on Sunday, we’ll celebrate the day for the 105th time.* Of course, it didn’t actually become a national holiday until 1972, but that’s beside the point. What is the point? There are over 70 million fathers in the United States,

On Saturday, June 6, 2015, we remember the 71st anniversary of the beginning of allied invasion of Western Europe on the beaches of Normandy, more commonly known as D-Day. On June 6, 1944, more than 130,000 allies stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, which was codenamed Operation Overlord. Within weeks, 1 million men had

Did you know that more phone calls are made on Mother’s Day than on any other day? Phone traffic spikes by as much as 37% on Mother’s Day! This holiday has certainly come a long way from its humble beginnings in West Virginia. In the years leading up to the Civil War, a woman from

Are you looking for fun things to do in Spring?  It was 65 degrees on your drive into work this morning. The birds were chirping. The sun was shining. The trees were budding. Your nose may have been itchy from all of that pollen! There’s no doubt about it… Spring is here and Summer is right

In the words of Benjamin Franklin, “Lost time is never found again.” Can you believe that Easter is already over?  We’re already in the thick of those “April showers.”  The temperature is almost always at 40 degrees or above. Time marches on. And for those of you with children, time marches on far too quickly. Wasn’t

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