Trevor Kupfer

Trevor started contributing to Volume One in 2005 as a writer for the cinema section, doing snarky previews and the like. That is, until June 2008 when he became the Special Projects Editor, heading up all special sections, guides, and Downtown Ink. Later that year he moved up to Managing Editor, and currently heads up most everything you see in print. He previously worked for Capital Newspapers (Wisconsin Dells Events), Tribune Media Services (Cable Channel Guide), and The Spectator. If you disagree with something he wrote, or just want to say hey, e-mail him at trevor@volumeone.org.

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Along for the Ride

With the lack of snowfall these past few winters, many outdoor hounds have had to keep their skis, snowshoes, and snowmobiles in storage, praying that in nine months we’ll see powder again. But one group you won’t hear complaining is the Chippewa ...

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Get ‘Em Hooked On WInter

If you have kids (or plan to in the future), get them outside and having fun in winter. Because according to loads of officials* around the country, they’re more likely to grow up an environmental steward with physical and emotional well-being ...

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Skating Through Your Holidays

Have you ever noticed that every musical, movie, or TV show with a kidsy angle is made that much more awesome by adding the phrase “on ice?” Think about it. Disney On Ice: genius. Sesame Street On Ice: brilliant.

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“Where the deer at?”

Maybe it’s just me, but the vast majority of my family, friends, and acquaintances who hunt tend to do so “up north.” I don’t know if it’s because they know someone with land “up there,” or if it’s become a tradition...

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Snowcial Winteraction

Winter After Hours is a social get-together that offers ice skating, kubb, snowshoeing, snow sculpting, hot beverages, a fire pit, and wintry music under the pristine and festively lit Boyd Park.

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The Parks Guru

Public spaces define areas in a community, and each of those areas is better because of them.

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Bump, Set, Dome!

“It has been unbelievable. Everybody walks in the door and says, ‘Wow.’" – Bill “Loopy” Kleitch

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