The Downtown Racine Corporation’s 18th annual public art project of benches with celebrating, “Racine’s Past, Present & Future,” has officially been unveiled to the public. To make this year’s public art as interactive as possible, a free self-paced scavenger hunt called “Bench Marks The … [Read More...]
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Photo courtesy Racine Heritage Museum BY MARGO DRUMMOND “Girls don’t do those things,” was the response Ann Batikis received from her father when she told him that she wanted to try out for the American Association of Girl’s Professional Baseball Team. As a Greek immigrant, her father’s dream … [Read More...]
ART-chitecturally Strong! is one 33 benches displayed throughout downtown for Downtown Racine Corporation’s 18th annual public art project. Submitted photo. BY KELLY KRUSE The Downtown Racine Corporation’s 18th annual public art project of benches with celebrating, “Racine’s Past, Present … [Read More...]
BY JIM MERCIER When you think of the many different products that were once made in Racine, it’s easy to understand how our city was once considered to be an industrial powerhouse. Besides products for industry, the automotive market and agriculture, Racine also manufactured a variety of … [Read More...]
Dionte Dyess with Mrs. Betty’s Butter Burger and shrimp & grits Carl Matteson photos. Restaurant Name: Mrs. Betty’s Kitchen Owners’ Names: Ki’Myron Bonner Dionte Dyess Established: April 2018 Location and Contact Info: 327 Main St., Racine WI 53403 (262) … [Read More...]
BY DAN BUHLER Submitted photo. Overtraining is defined by a series of emotional, behavioral and physical symptoms and can otherwise be known as the “burnout” stage. This is different from the day-to-day variation in one’s performance and post-exercise tiredness that is common. Overtraining is … [Read More...]
Submitted photo. Submitted photo. BY DAVE BLANK Summer has finally come to Racine County! It’s time to put some air in the bicycle tires, get that kayak that you got for Christmas out of the garage and dust off those hiking boots/ jogging shoes. Wisconsin has a multitude of opportunities … [Read More...]