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Summer, Volume One Style

    Earlier this week, everyone at Volume One was busy slathering on a fifth layer of SPF 180 sunscreen lotion so we could walk out the front door and get the mail. Why all the sunscreen? Because we’re usually locked indoors all day making a magazine, and our pale skin bursts into flames upon contact with natural light. Why do we get the mail as a group? Not sure. But while we were applying the life-saving lotion, we reflected on how wonderful summer in Wisconsin can be.

    Speaking of summer, our annual guide to summer in the Chippewa Valley – Hot Spots – will be delicately tucked into next week’s issue of Volume One. In it, you’ll find lots of info about local parks, trails, spectator sports, beaches, attractions, and a huge summer events calendar. There’s also an all-new spread on the Valley’s grilling scene. Yes, we said “grilling scene.” Check it out.

– Volume One

    P.S. If you’re not a dork and you love free movie tickets, check out our Free Flick Frenzy.
 

Latest News

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Wis. man is set to sell his 110-issue comic collection for $500,000 and laugh maniacally.

Today’s Best Headline: “Gun-friendly picnic planned”

Onalaska dude puts on BYOHG picnic. (Bring Your Own Handgun)

From the Magazine

Questioning the Locals | Herby Radmann

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Feeling the Blues in Owen Park

blues society starts summer concert series

Watching Monsters

model builder scores major YouTube viewership

New Eatery: The Livery

new downtown eatery focuses on unexpected fare

Parallel Life

honking a metaphorical horn at all you horrible parkers

ARTS & THE ECONOMY:
Keeping the Art Pulse Beating

countless local artists and venues are finding they aren’t immune to recent economic woes

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