In Wisconsin, fish and fry go together like Dickey and Lofton. Join
us on rollicking ride through the land of beer tents, bars and supper clubs for the real scoop on the state's fish
Cheerless: Down and Out
on Green Bay Road Old Route 41 Diner, Neenah
Making your way in the world today takes everything you've got. Taking a
break from all your worries sure would help a lot. Wouldn't you like to
get away? Sometimes you want to go where nobody knows your name.
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The Damned and the Defunct
Classic Wisconsin was checking the fish fry listings -- that's what Classic Wisconsin does for you, dear subscriber, checks the fish fry listings -- when Classic Wisconsin came across a story about Appleton Xavier High School re-naming its stadium to honor local football great Rocky Bleier.
Wisconsin's Friday Night Fish Fry Tradition
UW-Madison folklorist Dr.
Janet Gilmore explores Wisconsinís greatest tradition and asks you,
dear subscriber, for your input. Know a good fish fry? Classic
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The Little Nut Hut
Little Nut Huts are nut dispensers that look like miniature two-stall boathouses. If your tavern is on top of things, its Little Nut Hut will contain a working light bulb.