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Saturday, December 03, 2022

Anthony Cefali


Step back, take time to recognize the earth
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Step back, take time to recognize the earth

Aldo Leopold's ""A Sand County Almanac"" seems to pride itself in being unapologetically divisive. Leopold wrote, ""A thing is right when it tends to preserve integrity, stability and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise."" This is as bold a statement now as it was back then, even after decades of environmentalism and green consciousness.

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Saturday: a day to revere records

Perhaps the whole musical experience can be summed up in one scene from the film ""High Fidelity."" Championship Vinyl owner Rob Gordon is violently reorganizing his personal music collection. Walls and walls of old vinyl records are scattered haphazardly across the floors, leaving nowhere to walk between the stacks of records and Rob's bitter nostalgia. Rob is organizing the records autobiographically, picking up his memories and slotting them back in place.

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New Beer Thursday--Oskar Blues Brewery Rocky Mountain Pale Ale

Oskar Blues Brewery's American pale ale had us guessing all sorts of wrong. Dale's Pale Ale, as it's known, hales from Lyon, Colorado. It comes in a can, draped in red, white and blue with hint of Buffalo Bill Cody on the label. We always knew we weren't supposed to judge a book by its cover, lest we be humiliated, but we couldn't help ourselves; Dale's Pale Ale looked like a great American train wreck. All those preconceived notions changed upon first pour.

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New Beer Thursday--Rocky Mountain Pale Ale

Oskar Blues Brewery's American pale ale had us guessing all sorts of wrong. Dale's Pale Ale, as it's known, hales from Lyon, Colorado. It comes in a can, draped in red, white and blue with hint of Buffalo Bill Cody on the label. We always knew we weren't supposed to judge a book by its cover, lest we be humiliated, but we couldn't help ourselves; Dale's Pale Ale looked like a great American train wreck. All those preconceived notions changed upon first pour.

New Beer Thursday--Moon Man No Coast Pale Ale
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New Beer Thursday--Moon Man No Coast Pale Ale

There's an old Groucho Marx joke about expectations. ""I've had a perfectly wonderful evening,"" Marx said, raising his brow. ""But this wasn't it."" At first glance, we had every hope in the world for New Glarus' Moon Man No Coast Pale Ale. The name is just weird enough to create curiosity. It even pulls at our heartstrings by making a beer that we as Midwesterners can identify with, sandwiched between New Glarus' stronger seasonal offerings. Unfortunately for New Glarus, Moon Man never finds its own complex identity.

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The proposed Natatorium project's halt due to the Wisconsin State Building Commission's lack of approval could result in serious consequences.

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